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Napoleon Bonaparte,I15 August 1769 – 5 May 1821) was a military and political leader of France and Emperor of the French as Napoleon I, whose actions shaped European politics in the early 19th century.
He completed a year for three yearsunder military school,with troopsstationed in the country, he read the writings of many enlightenmentthinkers, including Rousseau's thoughts on his influence is very great.In 1789, after the outbreak of the French Revolution, Napoleon returned to Corsica. Atthat time Corsica is the three forces - the revolutionary, royalistsand independents - the contested field, Napoleon joined the support ofthe revolutionary .Kwame Paou in conflict with the family ofNapoleon in June 1793 was forced to flee to mainland France.
Napoleonwas a great military strategist, the military at that time had deepknowledge of research, adept at a variety of military tactics beingused in combat . He in Italy is starting to show his extraordinary military talent. Hiscommand of the Italian Army was defeated continuous strong Austrian andSardinia composed of the first Coalition forces, Meanwhile, he also North Italy abolished the feudal law, and established similar to the French republican system.
Napoleon'sexpeditionary force, in addition to two thousand cannon, but also withthe one hundred seventy-five scholars of various industries andhundreds of boxes of books and research equipment. Napoleonin the expedition had been issued a famous order: "Let the donkey walkin the ranks of the middle and scholars." Napoleon himself proficientin mathematics and astronomy, but also very much love for literatureand religion, by the impact of the Enlightenment.
In 1840, the French dynasty of Louis Philippe of Orleans sent his son to pick up the remains of Napoleon. December15 the same year, Napoleon's coffin was transported back to Paris,after the Arc de Triomphe Seine River was buried to honor the militaryhospital.