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Unformatted text preview: He rose in rank quite quickly, due to his initial success. Eventually he rose to power and was appointed commander of the French army. He defeated several armies larger than his with his revolutionary and new tactics. He turned warfare at the time from a gentlemans game into a mission and defeated the old strategies numerous times. His philosophy was to divide and conquer and to travel apart but fight together. He married Josephine, a woman whos numerous infidelities would eventually begin to distract him from his campaign. He is responsible for leading the French army across Europe. He was later overthrown and exiled with only 1000 men. He later returned from exile to lead the army once again. He was viewed as a hero until his final defeat at Waterloo. He ended his life in exile on St. Helena....
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