Having concluded treaties that left europe at peace bonaparte began working on france, reforming the economy, legal system (the famous and enduring code napoleon), church, military, education, and government. It's a moot question whether the rest of europe wants to be on the receiving end of german enlightenment germany's chorus of i-want-to-teach-the-world-to-sing doesn't play too well in tring or. France was not friendlier to europe under the committee of public safety or the directory than it proved to be under the consulate or empire napoleon's initial achievements are a remarkable compromise with revolutionary ideals and the requirements of a country bled white by the excesses of failed governments. Hold a final vote to establish whether the class believes napoleon was a hero or a tyrant compare contemporaneous views of napoleon with what historians think today.
Q when is a player's turn finished this came up because 'the empress is ill' card was drawn in a battle it was the last battle to be fought in the player's turn (and the last player to move in the month of february) so the drawing of the cards was the last action to be done in february. The question would be better if it was whether napoleon changed the world for better or for worse aside from the previously mentioned reforms, napoleon heavily influenced the new world. Napoleon was an obvious failure—bad for france and the rest of europe when he was shown the door, france was isolated, beaten, occupied, dominated, hated and smaller than before what's more, napoleon smothered the forces of emancipation awakened by the french and american revolutions and enabled the survival and restoration of monarchies. Chapter 6, language, the law, and the legal profession under napoleon covers the french judicial system, one of the most important parts of revolutionary france - the napoleonic code being high among its enduring legacies.
Standard grade english to take all bad views off napoleon, history 10 -1: why napoleon was a bad leader napoleon may have done some good things for france but he was a bad leader who only thought about himself. With much of napoleon's army decimated from the invasion in russia, the rest of europe now turned on france despite winning a few victories, napoleon had too small an army and soon was forced into exile on the island of elba in 1814. A great source of historical debate exists over whether napoleon was an heir or a traitor to the french revolution napoleon sought a clear division or distinction between himself and the revolution, declaring that the revolution itself was finished, and that a new order had begun in france.
Best answer: he's sometime seen as good cause as the man who saved the french revolution after 1792 and fall of the monarchy, france became a republic but cause of the war against europe, there were great economic and politic problems so the republic, unsettled, changed the constitution in 1792, 1793,1795 and 1799. It is easy to put this down to france being a bad loser easy, but wrong the plain fact is that france still has a complex and uneasy relationship with napoleon bonaparte and his legacy, and with good reason. Napoleon then took control of the rest of western europe, the iberian peninsula and the north of italy his attempt at russia failed and he was constantly at war with great br itain. Napoleon was treated like a villian by europeans for a long time, eventually even by the french the hate is likely due to how invincible france seemed to be, and the fact that all of europe was either at war with them or their puppet i view power hungry dictators quite negatively myself.
Napoleon bonaparte, also known as emperor of france, or napoleon the 1 st was brought into this world an august 15, 1769 that was the day the world changed that was the day the world changed napoleon was not born of french blood, but only of a minor, insignificant, noble italian blood. He says napoleon was an obvious failure—bad for france and the rest of europe when he was shown the door, france was isolated, beaten, occupied, dominated, hated and smaller than before. Napoleon changed the legal system in france and this code has influenced law in many other countries in europe and latin america in 1799, napoleon took power in france and provided them with a strong centralized government. I am intrigued by the gap between the glory of napoleon and the actual results he delivered in france and europe, jospin tells newsweek he says napoleon was an obvious failure—bad for france and the rest of europe. France endured multiple constitutions, the heads of heads of state literally rolled, and then they ended up with a megalomaniacal little emperor by the name of napoleon.
During the years 1809-1812, napoleon dominated europe from the atlantic ocean to the borders of russia spain, northern italy and naples were ruled by his relatives or generals part of poland and the confederation of the rhine, an organization of west german states, were under his rule. Within two years napoleon as first consul restored religious peace in france and in europe once he became first consul, he declared the revolution ended but promised to guarantee its conquests, such as liberty of opinion and of belief, equality among religions, and the sale of religious property. The primary foreign minister of austria who renews good relations with france between 1809-1811, works towards the preservation of the balance of power after napoleon marie louise member of the habsburg family who marries napoleon and bears him a son, dubbed by him the 'king of rome. After taking power in 1799, french leader napoleon bonaparte won a string of military victories that gave him control over most of europe he annexed present-day belgium and holland, along with.
In my mind, napoleon, is the very definition of a 'beneficial dictator' he was unquestionably good for france he brought security, peace and even prosperity to france after a decade of revolution and upheaval and introduced a code of laws that is - for the most part - still used by many nations around the world. Napoleon believed in the principles of the french revolution and governed accordingly, abolishing serfdom, protecting religious freedom, instituting universal education, establishing the bank of france and ensuring bread prices were kept low.
Waterloo finishes any hopes of france's rivaling britain as the dominant power in the world napoleon was an extraordinary warlord and a great strategist wellington was the same age as napoleon. Within the small groups, each student should state whether he or she would welcome napoleon back to the position of emperor in france each student must also give reasons for holding his or her opinion on napoleon's return. Napoleon's strategy there are in europe many good generals, but they see too many things at once - napoleon in the 16th and 17th century and for much of 18th as well the conduct of war was rather formal and stylized. The real question is whether napoleon was the legitimate heir to the visions of the french revolution napoleon was in essence a very powerful man that took control of france but threw out many of the ideals of the french revolution.