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Unformatted text preview: S. NAPOLEON ALEXANDER THE 1805 WAR (England, Russia, THE Sweden, Austria vs. France) December 2, 1805 December (AUSTERLITZ) THE 1806-07 WAR (Prussia and THE Russia vs. France) THE TILSIT PEACE (June 28, THE 1807) GRAND ARMEÉ (420,000 to GRAND (420,000 600,000 TROOPS) JUNE 12 (24), 1812 JUNE MICHAEL KUTUZOV’S ARMY MICHAEL (120,000 TROOPS) BORODINO (August 26, 1812) BORODINO CAPTURE OF MOSCOW CAPTURE (September 2, 1812) RETREAT (END OF NOVEMBER RETREAT 1812) 30,000 to 50,000 TROOPS 30,000 THE FATHERLAND WAR THE WAR IN EUROPE • ENTRY TO PARIS (March 31, 1814) • NAPOLEON’S ABDICATION (April 11, 1814) • ELBA • LANDING OF NAPOLEON IN FRANCE (March 1, 1815) • THE HUNDRED DAYS OF NAPOLEON (March 20 – June 22, 1815) FROM LIBERALISM TO FROM CONSERVATISM _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ THE CONGRESS OF VIENNA (1814-15) ANNEXATION OF POLAND THE HOLY ALLIANCE (September 26, 1815) PRINCIPLE OF LIGITIMACY 1820 (PRINCIPLE OF INTERVENTION) GREEK WAR OF INDEPENDENCE (1821-31) ALEXANDER HYPSILANTI COUNT CAPO D’ISTRIA ALEXIS ARAKCHEEV’S MILITARY SETTLEMENTS MYSTERIOUS DEATH (THEODORE) CONSTANTINE AND NICHOLAS NICHOLAS ST. PETERSBURG...
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