To What Extent Did Napoleon Enter Military School In France

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Napoleon entered military school in Paris at the age of 15 during the year of 1784. French Revolution started five years after. Four years later, he was promoted to brigadier general. During 1796, he was appointed to command army of Italy and at the same time, his marriage with Josephine was held. Many years later, in 1799, Napoleon returned from Egypt and became First Consul of France. France then controlled most of continental Europe during the year of 1807. Three years later, Napoleon got divorced with Josephine and married Marie-Louise who was the daughter of Austrian emperor at that time. Napoleon and his army were forced to retreat from Russia in 1812; two years after he exiled to island of Elba. During the same year of 1814, he and his

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