western civ terms - Napoleon Bonaparte ◙ gave the people...

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Napoleon Bonaparte gave the people a new constitution head of government (centralized the govt) - handpicked his consul 1793-gained a french port from the British 1797-attacks British interests in the Mediterranean discovers the Roseta Stone 1804-crowns himself emperor Horatio Nelson english general stopped Napoleon in Egypt by cutting off their fleet and making them stuck there The Second Coalition Russian, Austrian, Ottomans, and British Empires teamed up to march on France The First Consul Napoleon (head of govt) hand picked his consul consul or state make the laws of France The Consulate the government of France Napoleon Bonaparte, as First Consul, established himself as the head of a more liberal, authoritarian, autocratic, and centralized republican government in France while not declaring himself head of state. The Grand Army Napoleons army Battle of Borodino war with Russia- mass casualties Russia lost the war lasted two days Russia burned 2/3 of Moscow The Hundred Days last 100 days Napoleon had as a leader in France from leaving Elba to his final defeat in the Battle of Waterloo Battle of Waterloo beaten by Duke Wellington Napoleon is put on an island called St Helena off the cost of Africa he died in 1821 Congress of Vienna (1814-1815) tried to get all the leaders of Europe to agree on post war stability established peace for about 50 years, restored legit rulers, no mini rebellions ideology is a coherent set of beliefs about the way a society's political and social order should be organized conservatism a political philosophy based on tradition and social stability, favoring obedience to political authority and organized religion.
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