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HST112.1.31.11 - Bonaparte in Egypt(1798-99 Napoleon and...

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The Napoleonic Era, 1799-1815 Part I: Napoleon the Administrator
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Napoleon: heir or undertaker of the French Revolution?
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The Directory (1794-1799) Stability Repression of Jacobins / Sans-culotte Return of high society Domestic Foreign The Army
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The Rise of Napoleon Buonaparte Buonaparte as a young man b. Corsica, 1769 military education (artillery) Jacobin 1795 monarchist uprising
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General Bonaparte, 1796 Commander of French Army of Italy Military strategies Rapport with soldiers Treaty of Campo Formio (1797)
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General Bonaparte, 1797
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“I realized that I was a superior being and conceived the ambition of performing great things, which hitherto had filled my thoughts only as a fantastic dream. I saw the world flee beneath me, as if I were transported in air.” - Bonaparte on victory over Austrians
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Unformatted text preview: Bonaparte in Egypt (1798-99) Napoleon and “the Savants” Description of Egypt The “Rosetta Stone” Bonaparte as First Consul, 1799 • Coup of 18th Brumaire • ‘The Consulate’ (1799-1804) • “plebiscites” • 1802: 1st Consul for life • 1804: Emperor Bonaparte’s Seizure of Power Abbé Sieyès Emperor Napoleon I Napoleon, Imperial Coronation, 1804 Napoleon the Administrator • Concordat (1801) • Napoleonic Code (1804) • Administration – “prefect” – tax code • Education • Public Works • “Legion of Honor” (1802) Napoleon the Administrator • Education • Public Works • “Legion of Honor” (1802) • The Police State Joseph Fouch é Conclusion • Populist dictatorship • Institutionalization of Revolution • Stability and Order...
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