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  • CHAPTER 12 The French Revolution and Napoléon Section 1: The Roots of Revolution Section 2: The French Revolution Section 3: The French Republic Section 4: The Napoléonic Era Section 5: A Return to Peace
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era Bell Ringer 12.4: What were some of the accomplishments of Napoléon’s government? Napoléon’s Government Complete a bubble map.
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era 1799-1814 The Napoléonic Era Age of Napoléon
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era Let’s back up a little . . . How did Napoleon take power? What was the situation in France? • Foreign alliance threatened France. • many favored a return to monarchy why would that be a bad thing?
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era Sooo . . . Concoct a plan to overthrow the gov’t and put Napoleon in charge . . . COUP D’ETAT
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era The Consulate • France accepted his dictatorship • Wanted stability; others were afraid • Respected the ideals of the Revolution • Allowed freedom of opportunity
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era Napoléon had complete power … He put the constitution of his gov’t before the people for a vote . . . A plebiscite . . . Yes or No vote. It was overwhelmingly approved.
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era In what ways was Napoléon’s government successful? • Napoléonic Code • Economy • Education • Religion • Foreign policy • Meritocracy • Ideals of the Revolution • Nationalism
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era Another Plebiscite 1804 This time he wants to be EMPEROR!
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era 1800
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era Napoleon aimed to defeat the British Navy and invade Great Britain. Horatio Nelson Battle of Trafalgar 1805
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era Napoléon’s Continental System Blockade Great Britain and stop its trade
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era Puppet Rulers Louis Napoléon Bonaparte , King of Holland Joseph-Napoléon Bonaparte, Jérôme –Napoléon King of Naples and Sicily, Bonaparte, King of Spain King of Westphalia Elisa Bonaparte, Grand Duchess of Tuscany
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era Nationalism Love of one’s country … People began to think of their country and ideals as things worth fighting for …
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era Czar Alexander I the Grande Armée of 690,000 men, the largest army assembled up to that point in European history On June 24, 1812, ignoring the advice of his closest advisors, Napoleon invaded Russia.
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era Scorched Earth Policy
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era Retreat from Russia …
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era Estimates vary . . . Approximately 27,000 fit soldiers would make it back to France.
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era Sensing this was the opportunity to defeat Napoleon . . . Austria, Prussia, Russia and Great Britain will form a coalition to crush Napoleon --
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era Napoleon will meet this army at Liepzig in Saxony. Napoleon will be defeated forced to abdicate his throne.
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era
  • Political Cartoon The Napoléonic Era
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era The 100 Days
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era 18 June 1815 Waterloo Duke of Wellington
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era Exiled to St. Helena In 1821 Napoleon died there and was buried on the island.
  • Visual Source The Napoléonic Era
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era His remains were returned to France in 1840 where he rests today.
  • Political Cartoon The Napoléonic Era Blinding his people with the smoke of military victory, Napoleon Bonaparte has them believe that his way is the only way. He rests his hand upon revolutionary ideas but, is covering them from view with his body.
  • Political Cartoon The Napoléonic Era
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era Close your book! Quiz Time!
  • SECTION 4 The Napoléonic Era Bank of France Napoléonic public code education Napoléon’s Government undid Concordat alliance of France’s foreign enemies