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The French Revolution and Napoleon
Napoleon’s Europe
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• Main Idea / Reading Focus
• Napoleon’s Rise to Power
• Emperor Napoleon
• Faces of History: Napoleon Bonaparte
• Map: Napoleon’s Empire
• Napoleon’s Policies
Section 3
The French Revolution and Napoleon
Section 3
Napoleon’s Europe
Main Idea
Napoleon Bonaparte rose through military ranks to become
emperor over France and much of Europe.
Reading Focus
• How did Napoleon rise to power?
• How did Emperor Napoleon come to dominate Europe?
• What were Napoleon’s most important policies?
The French Revolution and Napoleon
Section 3
Napoleon’s Rise to Power
Napoleon Bonaparte, ruthlessly ambitious, rose from army captain to
ruler of France in a very short time. He took advantage of the turmoil of
the French Revolution.
Opportunities for Glory
• Napoleon, brilliant military leader
• In charge of French interior at 26
• Invaded Italy and Egypt
• Defeat by Admiral Horatio Nelson
kept from newspapers
• Became national hero
Napoleon Seizes Power
• Directory weak and ineffective
• Fear of royalists and of European
opposition
• November 1799 coup d’état
• France to be led by Consulate
• Napoleon voted first consul, in
effect a dictator
Napoleon promised order and stability, pledging to uphold key reforms.
The French gave up some freedoms for peace and prosperity.
The French Revolution and Napoleon
Section 3
Summarize
What events led to Napoleon’s rise
to power?
Answer(s): stopped royalists from regaining
power, defended French interior, won battles in
Italy, kept borders secure, won territory for France,
covered up Battle of Nile, coup d'Г©tat
The French Revolution and Napoleon
Section 3
Emperor Napoleon
Once France under control, Napoleon turned to Europe
• Napoleon crowns himself
– Submitted a plebiscite before voters
– Emperor Napoleon I
• Desire for empire
– Wanted to rule Europe and the Americas
– French expedition to Saint Domingue (Haiti today)
failed
– Napoleon sold Louisiana Territory and turned his
focus to Europe
The French Revolution and Napoleon
Section 3
Quest to Conquer Europe
Napoleonic Wars Begin
• Extension of wars fought during the French Revolution,
would last a decade
• France dominant power in Europe
• French empire grew rapidly, but fell apart more quickly
• Nelson and British navy won Battle of Trafalgar off
coast of Spain
• Napoleon defeated Russian and Austrian troops at
Austerlitz
The French Revolution and Napoleon
Continental System
• “Nation of shopkeepers,” Great
Britain continued to defy
Napoleon
• Blockade prohibited French or
allied ships from trade with
Britain
• Britain required ships from
neutral countries to stop in
British ports
• War of 1812 one result
Section 3
The Peninsular War
• Troops to Portugal and Spain
• Spanish people revolted in
1808
• Great Britain stepped in to help
• Guerrilla war with Spanish kept
French busy
• Napoleon finally pulled out of
Spain
The French Revolution and Napoleon
Section 3
Napoleon Dominates Europe
Mastered Most of Europe
• Through treaties, alliances, and victories in battle
• Controlled much of Europe by 1812
Free of Control
• Great Britain remained an enemy
• Sweden, Portugal, and the Ottoman Empire escaped Bonaparte’s grip
Rewarded Relatives
• Relatives put in power; brothers on thrones of Holland, Naples, and Sicily
• Sisters and stepson held powerful positions
The French Revolution and Napoleon
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The French Revolution and Napoleon
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The French Revolution and Napoleon
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Summarizing
What regions of Europe did
Napoleon dominate?
Answer(s): all nations except Great Britain,
Sweden, and the Ottoman Empire
The French Revolution and Napoleon
Section 3
Napoleon’s Policies
Church-State Relations
Economic Reforms
• Antireligious nature of French
Revolution over
• Established the Bank of France
to regulate economy
• Concordat recognized influence
of Roman Catholic Church
• More efficient tax-collection
system
Legal and Educational
• Napoleonic Code developed
• Order and authority over
individual rights
• Schools for government and
military positions
Legacy—Age of Napoleon
• Democratic ideas
• Equality before law,
representative system
• Spread of nationalism
The French Revolution and Napoleon
Section 3
Identify Cause and Effect
How did Napoleon’s reforms affect
French society?
Answer(s): Napoleon made some basic
revolutionary ideas part of the French
government.
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