• To what extent was Napoleon III a liberal and enlightened political leader?
    To what extent was Napoleon III a liberal and enlightened political leader? Napoleon III, or Louis Napoleon prior to 1852, is a confusing and divisive figure for historians across the globe. While not enjoying a good press from the largely partisan historians of France, partly due to his...
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  • Napoleon Iii
    greatly changed the course of French and European life. Napoleon Bonaparte and Louis Napoleon, also referred to as Napoleon III, each directed France through many reforms under their rule. However, the leader with the more significant reforms and impact on France was Napoleon III. Napoleon III had...
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  • “Evaluate the Comparison Between Thutmose Iii and Napoleon I.”
    “Evaluate the comparison between Thutmose III and Napoleon I.” James Henry Breasted, an American archaeologist and historian, described Thutmose III as “the Napoleon of Egypt”. [1] Today this association of the Egyptian Pharaoh to Napoleon I, ‘Emperor of the French’, persists among modern...
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  • Louis Napoleon Bonaparte
    freely on issues. However the ‘Authoritarian Empire’ did not last forever. In the 1860’s Napolèon III relaxed on press censorship, he allowed open debates in Parliament, he promoted economic growth and urban rebuilding projects, he constructed more railways which benefited the poor. He expanded...
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  • Napoleon and Italian Unification
    To what extent was Napoleon III responsible for the unification of Italy? Napoleon III's contribution to the unification of Italy was decisive but inadvertent. He and Cavour had no intention of unifying Italy; Cavour was interested in Piedmontese augmentation, while Napoleon was concerned to...
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  • How was successful was napoleon III's domestic policy?
    . Therefore, Napoleon III’s domestic policy was flawed, as his achievements were not long lasting. Politically, Napoleon III became progressively weaker and was forced to make heavy concessions to his opposition though he had aimed to remain authoritarian. Through his 1852 constitution he set...
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  • Cavour
    . Firstly is Napoleon Bonaparte III. D.M.Smith: “Designs of Louis Napoleon Bonaparte”. Here, Smith believed that Napoleon Bonaparte was the man architect of Italian unification, not Cavour. This was because there was evidence that Napoleon organized the meeting at Plombieres, and organised the...
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  • Cavour and Garibaldi
    4) In order to expand Piedmont he had to make an agreement with Napoleon III to protect Piedmont Ideology: Nationalism and Liberalism Allies: France and Britain Action Steps: 1) Strengthened Piedmont's economy (reorganizing currency, taxes, and national debt; improved agricultural...
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  • Napoleon
    Napoleon Ш April 20th, 1808 - January 9th, 1873 Napoleon III was better known as Charles Louis - Napoleon Bonaparte born April 20, 1808. He was the son of King Louis Bonaparte and Queen Hortense de Beauharnais; both monarchs of the Kingdom of Holland. The Nephew...
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  • Maximilian and Carlota in Mexico
    a cruel death for one, and a life-long commitment to a mental institution for the other. The story starts in 1864 when Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian and Archduchess Maria Charlotte, both of royal blood, were appointed Emperor and Empress of Mexico by Napoleon III of France. Ferdinand was the son...
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  • Unification of Italy
    war broke out, Sardinia joined France and Britain against Russia – On the Paris conference Sardinia drew the attention to Italy and for the French support. 8) Napoleon III – king of France, agrees to help Cavour drive out the Austrians in return for two small territories, Nice and Savoy. He had...
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  • World History Outline
    1. Discuss the congress of Vienna. Who were the leaders? - To rebuild Ausstria after Napoleon had destroyed it. i. Austria: Prince Metternich ii. Russia: Alexander I iii. Prussia: King Frederick William III iv. England: George III, but by then he was insane, so Lord Castleregh filled in v...
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  • Franco-Prussian War
    that this would cause war but Bismarck knew that Prussia was prepared. Bismarck’s intentions were to motivate and rally the south German troops to Prussia’s cause to accomplish the final phase of unifying Germany. Napoleon III was heavily influenced by his public on entering and winning this war...
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  • The Danger of Ignorance
    story of corruption and lies during the Russian Revolution. In the book, Napoleon represents Joseph Stalin. Stalin brutally takes control of Russia after the death of Nicolai Lenin, who led the Bolshevik Revolution to oust the corrupt regime of Czar Nicholas III. The farm animals take the farm from Mr...
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  • Kaylisha's
    Important People Napoleon III (French) Napoleon III, also known as Louis Napoleon, Emperor of France from 1852-1870. Born on April 20th of 1808. Napoleon III was the third son of Louis Bonaparte, who was Napoleon I Bonapartes brother. Napoleon came to throne when Duke of Reichstadt died in...
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  • THE INFLUENCES OF BARON HAUSSMANN ON CONTEMPORARY CITIES
    Planet, Pg 76. The Paris of Napoleon III and the appointment of Haussmann Paris during the early 19th century was booming, and over the period from 1815 and when Napoleon III’s reign as emperor began in 1852 the population had doubled. During Napoleon’s III reign between 1852 and 1870, the...
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  • Animal Farm - 26
    Lenox Academy Pelham Van Cooten III Class 802 3-24-12 Prompt: Comparative essay for novel and movie of Animal Farm. Animal Farm is an allegorical satire written by George Orwell. A movie was adapted from the novel in 1954. The movie is animated, and depicts events in the novel...
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  • Alexander the Great vs Napoleon Bonaparte, What I Got so Far
    When we think of Alexander the Great, we think of an outstanding war hero. When we think of Napoleon Bonaparte, we think, again, of an outstanding war hero. If a random person were asked who either of these rulers was, their first response would be a fact about war. Alexander and Napoleon share...
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  • Cavour
    accomplished without excessive planning and through the recruitment of outside aid. Among those which are most important was Cavour’s negotiation on terms and conditions with the French Emperor Napoleon III, with whom he would form a conditional alliance. This essay will discuss his efforts to...
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  • The Importance of Napoleon the Iii and the Franco-Prussian War of 1870
    The Importance of Napoleon the III and the Franco-Prussian War of 1870 France in the 19th century was a country that was in trouble. In the beginning of the century its people were picking up the pieces from overthrowing a powerful and well established monarch. The people had to weather a...
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