Napoleon and the Awakening of Europe Epub à Napoleon

Napoleon and the Awakening of Europe Epub à Napoleon



10 thoughts on “Napoleon and the Awakening of Europe

  1. Ivan Ewert Ivan Ewert says:

    An excellent high level overview of how Napoleon and his battles helped shape nationalist identity in Europe Written for the layperson and not academics, an excellent introduction to the Corsican Ogre s life, career, and ambitions I particularly enjoyed the final chapters regarding his exile, return, and repeated exile.


  2. Bagus Anugerah Yoga Bagus Anugerah Yoga says:

    The first half of the book is really slow paced,like a bunch of facts about Napoleon Bonaparte splashed together The story began to get interesting in the middle as Napoleon experienced several crisis beginning with his losses first in cold winter Russia and then in Leipzig Frankly speaking, this islike a collection of general facts about Napoleon because it doesn t really touch deeply the day to day affairs of Napoleon This book will besuitable for people who want to get a The first half of the book is really slow paced,like a bunch of facts about Napoleon Bonaparte splashed together The story began to get interesting in the middle as Napoleon experienced several crisis beginning with his losses first in cold winter Russia and then in Leipzig Frankly speaking, this islike a collection of general facts about Napoleon because it doesn t really touch deeply the day to day affairs of Napoleon This book will besuitable for people who want to get a general understanding about the life of Napoleon Bonaparte and don t want to be bothered by unnecessary details One thing to note is that this book touched deeply about the turmoil of the late 18th century Europe Europe at that time was divided between several countries which shared alliances and broke alliances because of ample reasons This will then pave the way for Napoleon to rise into power and spread the spirit of the French Revolution throughout Europe until his fall starting with the active resistance from the British against the imposition of the Continental System However the consequence of this was the rising of nationalism among several states that existed in Europe around that period They became aware of their common identity and the need to repel the foreign invaders, something which will then lead to the current state of modern Europe which has been united by the same spirit This book included several maps regarding important battles which Napoleon has fought in Europe, but it only covered small regions which became important battlefields For this kind of history book which contains many military combat descriptions, it would be better if the author could includerelevant maps of Europe during that period


  3. Naeem Sharif Naeem Sharif says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Napoleon and the Awakening of Europe is a concise history of the phenomenon that Napoleon Bonaparte was It starts with the life of Carlo Bonaparte, Napoleon s father, who was influential in Corsica and who took the decision of sending his son Napoleon to a military school at Brienne Thus begins the military career followed by his rise to power over the French and the Europeans Napoleon was witness to the French Revolution and he, by the will of destiny as well as his cunning decisions, gradua Napoleon and the Awakening of Europe is a concise history of the phenomenon that Napoleon Bonaparte was It starts with the life of Carlo Bonaparte, Napoleon s father, who was influential in Corsica and who took the decision of sending his son Napoleon to a military school at Brienne Thus begins the military career followed by his rise to power over the French and the Europeans Napoleon was witness to the French Revolution and he, by the will of destiny as well as his cunning decisions, gradually ascended the heights of power From a soldier to a general, a democratic leader to a dictator and emperor, Napoleon introduced many administrative changes across France and its vassal states that it influenced the culture of Europe as as whole Due to Napoleon, France developed a high culture.Bonaparte derived his power mainly from military conquests, which in itself and coupled with his ambition of world domination led to his ultimate doom at the Battle of Waterloo Napoleon died at the island of St Helena under the oversight of the English.To sum up, Napoleon s success or failure depended upon the balance or imbalance between his romanticism and realism


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10 thoughts on “Napoleon and the Awakening of Europe

  1. Ivan Ewert Ivan Ewert says:

    An excellent high level overview of how Napoleon and his battles helped shape nationalist identity in Europe Written for the layperson and not academics, an excellent introduction to the Corsican Ogre s life, career, and ambitions I particularly enjoyed the final chapters regarding his exile, return, and repeated exile.

  2. Bagus Anugerah Yoga Bagus Anugerah Yoga says:

    The first half of the book is really slow paced,like a bunch of facts about Napoleon Bonaparte splashed together The story began to get interesting in the middle as Napoleon experienced several crisis beginning with his losses first in cold winter Russia and then in Leipzig Frankly speaking, this islike a collection of general facts about Napoleon because it doesn t really touch deeply the day to day affairs of Napoleon This book will besuitable for people who want to get a The first half of the book is really slow paced,like a bunch of facts about Napoleon Bonaparte splashed together The story began to get interesting in the middle as Napoleon experienced several crisis beginning with his losses first in cold winter Russia and then in Leipzig Frankly speaking, this islike a collection of general facts about Napoleon because it doesn t really touch deeply the day to day affairs of Napoleon This book will besuitable for people who want to get a general understanding about the life of Napoleon Bonaparte and don t want to be bothered by unnecessary details One thing to note is that this book touched deeply about the turmoil of the late 18th century Europe Europe at that time was divided between several countries which shared alliances and broke alliances because of ample reasons This will then pave the way for Napoleon to rise into power and spread the spirit of the French Revolution throughout Europe until his fall starting with the active resistance from the British against the imposition of the Continental System However the consequence of this was the rising of nationalism among several states that existed in Europe around that period They became aware of their common identity and the need to repel the foreign invaders, something which will then lead to the current state of modern Europe which has been united by the same spirit This book included several maps regarding important battles which Napoleon has fought in Europe, but it only covered small regions which became important battlefields For this kind of history book which contains many military combat descriptions, it would be better if the author could includerelevant maps of Europe during that period

  3. Naeem Sharif Naeem Sharif says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Napoleon and the Awakening of Europe is a concise history of the phenomenon that Napoleon Bonaparte was It starts with the life of Carlo Bonaparte, Napoleon s father, who was influential in Corsica and who took the decision of sending his son Napoleon to a military school at Brienne Thus begins the military career followed by his rise to power over the French and the Europeans Napoleon was witness to the French Revolution and he, by the will of destiny as well as his cunning decisions, gradua Napoleon and the Awakening of Europe is a concise history of the phenomenon that Napoleon Bonaparte was It starts with the life of Carlo Bonaparte, Napoleon s father, who was influential in Corsica and who took the decision of sending his son Napoleon to a military school at Brienne Thus begins the military career followed by his rise to power over the French and the Europeans Napoleon was witness to the French Revolution and he, by the will of destiny as well as his cunning decisions, gradually ascended the heights of power From a soldier to a general, a democratic leader to a dictator and emperor, Napoleon introduced many administrative changes across France and its vassal states that it influenced the culture of Europe as as whole Due to Napoleon, France developed a high culture.Bonaparte derived his power mainly from military conquests, which in itself and coupled with his ambition of world domination led to his ultimate doom at the Battle of Waterloo Napoleon died at the island of St Helena under the oversight of the English.To sum up, Napoleon s success or failure depended upon the balance or imbalance between his romanticism and realism

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