Napoleons Europe

Napoleons Europe - a. Napoleon in Berlin Napoleon marched...

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Napoleons Europe I. Napoleons Hubris Puts his relatives on thrones of other nations Crowns himself king of the French, King of Italy, and would have crowned himself Holy Roman Emporer Divores Josephine de Beauharnais in 1810 so that he can marry Marie Louise, Archduchess of Austria War with England, and with Russia (visions of Alexander the Great) Belief in French cultural as well as military and economic superiority II. Napoleon, Emporer of the French, hero of Liberal Europe Crowned himself Dec. 2, 1804 Beethoven’s “Eroica” III. Battle of Austerlitz, Jena Napoleons defeat of the Austrian and Prussian armies
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Unformatted text preview: a. Napoleon in Berlin Napoleon marched through Berlkn, greeted by crowds Afterwards Napoleon takes the Quadriga from Berlin to Paris From 1807 Prussia begins series of reforms to win back the population IV. Resistance to Napoleon Englsh intransigence, war declared again in 1803 The continental System Spain 1808 Growing resistance in central Europe Origins of nationalism V. Invasion of Russia VI. Battle of the Nations VII. The Hundred Days VIII. Waterloo IX. Congress of Vienna...
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