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Bonaparte, and the French people under his consulate

by Schlabrendorf, Gustav graf von

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Published by Isaac Collins and son in New York .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsDC203 .S325 1804b
The Physical Object
Pagination4 p. l., 379 p. ;
Number of Pages379
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Open LibraryOL24343413M
LC Control Number44045849

Napoleon Bonaparte was born on August 15 in Ajaccio, Corsica, the second oldest of 8 siblings. His birth occurred just 3 months after the French took over Corsica. As a child, he hated France. His father, Carlo, on the other hand, was a poor French aristocrat. Napoleon didn’t like his father for taking the French side instead of the Corsican. CHAPTER VII THE CONSULATE. Bonaparte had very definite opinions concerning the Revolution, concerning the French people, and concerning his own ambitions. These opinions constituted the most important single factor in the life of France after None of these men could have possibly become a marshal under the Old Regime, nor could.

Becoming First Consul at 30 years of age, Napoleon now cut his hair short. The French people quickly forgot about his disastrous Egyptian campaign and remembered his stunning victories in the Italian one. In December of , Napoleon pushed for peace, but England and Austria rejected his proposals. So in , Napoleon did the unexpected. The Constitution of the Year VIII. Despite the failures in Egypt (), Napoleon arrived in France to a hero’s welcome. He drew together an alliance with director Emmanuel Joseph Sieyès, his brother Lucien, speaker of the Council of Five Hundred Roger Ducos, director Joseph Fouché, and Talleyrand, and they overthrew the Directory by a coup d’état on November 9, (the Coup of

Bonaparte, and the French people under his Consulate by: Schlabrendorf, Gustav, Graf von, Published: () Napoleon in captivity: the reports of Count Balmain, Russian commissioner on the island of St. Helena, / by: Balmain, Aleksandr Antonovich, Graf, d. Napoleon Bonaparte: The French Empire. A.D. It is difficult to say anything new about Napoleon Bonaparte, either in reference to his genius, his character, or his deeds. His genius is universally admitted, both as a general and an administrator. No general so great has appeared in .


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The first edition in English of this fascinating book on Napoleon and the condition of the French people during his reign Bonaparte, and the French People under his Consulate; together with, Napoleon, and the French People under his Empire.

Napoleon and the French People Under His Empire, by the Author of Bonaparte and the French People Under His Consulate. from the Germ, ISBNISBNLike New Used, Free shipping in the USSeller Rating: % positive. Bonaparte had many different persona: the Jacobin, the Republican, the reformer of the Consulate, the consolidator of the Empire and the 'liberal' of the Hundred Days.

The emphasis here will be on Napoleon as the heir and executor of the French Revolution, rather than on his role as the liquidator of revolutionary by: Internet Archive BookReader Bonaparte, and the French people under his consulate.

Bonaparte, and the French people under his consulate. London: Tipper and Richards, (OCoLC) Named Person: Napoleon, Emperor of the French; Napoleon, Emperor of the French: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gustav Schlabrendorf, Graf von.

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1st American ed.4 p. l., p Topics: Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, France--History--Consulate and First Empire, Author: Graf von Gustav Schlabrendorf. Bonaparte and the french people under his consulate பதிப்பாளர்: London: Tipper and Richards, வடிவ விளக்கம்: [xi], p.

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Consulate, (–) French government established after the Coup of 18–19 Brumaire (Nov. 9–10, ), during the French Revolution. The Constitution of the Year VIII created an executive consisting of three consuls, but the First Consul, Napoleon Bonaparte, wielded all real power, while the other two, Emmanuel-Joseph Sieyès and Pierre-Roger Ducos (–), were figureheads.

Bonaparte, and the French people under his consulate. New York: Issac Collins and Son, (OCoLC) Named Person: Napoleon, Emperor of the French; Napoleon, Emperor of the French: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gustav Schlabrendorf, Graf von.

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Bonaparte, and the French People Under His Consulate por Gustav Graf Von] [Schlabrendorf,disponible en Book Depository con envío gratis. Napoleon Bonaparte (), also known as Napoleon I, was a French military leader and emperor who conquered much of Europe in the early 19th century.

After seizing political power in France. It was the first French Republic, under its "consulate" period. The consulate was a comittee headed by Napoleon Bonaparte. The Consulate, and the first Republic ended in with the crowning of.

Gustav von Schlabrendorf's best known work, which appeared - initially without attribution - in was entitled "Napoleon Buonaparte and the French People under his Consulate" ("Napoleon Bonaparte und das französische Volk unter seinem Konsulate").Died: 21 AugustBatignolles (Paris), France.

While Napoleon Bonaparte's rule brought about positive change for the French people in the form of new technologies and improved economic conditions for the peasantry and middle class, his disastrous campaign against Russia cost the lives of aboutmen and forced him to raise taxes while France was also caught up in an industrial and agricultural crisis.

Chapters of Napoleon's biography: [Youth] [Campaigns in Italy and Egypt] [The Consulate] [The Rise of the Empire] [The Peak of the Empire] [The Fall of the Empire] [Napoleon jailed!] Immediately after his arrival in Paris, Napoleon began preparations for the coup conceived by Emmanuel-Joseph Sieyes and held on November 9th (18 Brumaire).

La Consultation Summary Library of Congress Control Number Reproduction Number LC-USZ (b&w film copy neg.) Rights Advisory Bonaparte, and the French people under his consulate. Also available in digital form. Filed under: France -- History -- Consulate and First Empire, The Genesis of Napoleonic Propaganda, (c), by Wayne Hanley (illustrated HTML and.

The Napoleonic era The Consulate. The revisionists who engineered the Brumaire coup intended to create a strong, elitist government that would curb the republic’s political turmoil and guarantee the conquests of They had in mind what might be called a senatorial oligarchy rather than a personal dictatorship.

General Bonaparte, however, advocated a more drastic concentration of power. Napoleon Bonaparte Under the Directory, ongoing wars with Great Britain, Austria, and Sardinia offered opportunities for able military leaders. Between and a young general named Napoleon Bonaparte came to the public's attention.

Born in on the French island of Corsica, Napoleon attended military school in France.Presented here is an English translation of a study that was part of a distinguished French series on the country's post-Revolution history. Unlike much Napoleonic literature that features the personality and foreign policy of the Emperor, it describes the condition of France and the French people during the fifteen years immediately following their great revolution.Napoleon Bonaparte was born on Aug in the city of Ajaccio on the island of Corsica.

His father was Carlo Buonaparte, an important attorney who represented Corsica at the court of the French King. He had four brothers and three sisters including an older brother named Joseph. Early Life.