Napoleon Bonaparte

Basic data

  1. Napoleon I., Kaiser von Frankreich Alternative Names
  2. August 15, 1769 in Ajaccio auf Korsika
  3. May 5, 1821 in St. Helena
  4. General, Staatsmann
  5. Paris

Iconography

(Source: Wikimedia)
Napoleon's father, Italian nobleman Carlo Buonaparte, was Corsica's representative to the court of Louis XVI. (Source: Wikimedia)
Napoleon Bonaparte, aged 23, lieutenant-colonel of a battalion of Corsican Republican volunteers. Portrait by Henri Félix Emmanuel Philippoteaux. (Source: Wikimedia)
Bonaparte at the Siege of Toulon (Source: Wikimedia)
Journée du 13 Vendémiaire, artillery fire in front of the Church of Saint-Roch, Paris, Rue Saint-Honoré (Source: Wikimedia)
Bonaparte at the Pont d'Arcole, by Baron Antoine-Jean Gros, (c. 1801), Musée du Louvre, Paris (Source: Wikimedia)
Bonaparte during the Italian campaign in 1797 (Source: Wikimedia)
Bonaparte Before the Sphinx, (c. 1868) by Jean-Léon Gérôme, Hearst Castle (Source: Wikimedia)
Battle of the Pyramids on 21 July 1798 by Louis-François, Baron Lejeune, 1808 (Source: Wikimedia)
General Bonaparte surrounded by members of the Council of Five Hundred during the Coup of 18 Brumaire, by François Bouchot (Source: Wikimedia)
Bonaparte, First Consul, by Ingres. Posing the hand inside the waistcoat was often used in portraits of rulers to indicate calm and stable leadership. (Source: Wikimedia)
The battle of Marengo was Napoleon's first great victory as head of state. (Source: Wikimedia)
The 1803 Louisiana Purchase totalled 827,987 square miles (2,144,480 square kilometres), doubling the size of the United States. (Source: Wikimedia)
The Coronation of Napoleon by Jacques-Louis David (1804) (Source: Wikimedia)
Napoleon's throne room at Fontainebleau (Source: Wikimedia)
Napoleon and the Grande Armée receive the surrender of Austrian General Mack after the Battle of Ulm in October 1805. The decisive finale of the Ulm Campaign raised the tally of captured Austrian soldiers to 60,000. With the Austrian army destroyed, Vienna would fall to the French in November. (Source: Wikimedia)
Napoleon at the Battle of Austerlitz, by François Gérard 1805. The Battle of Austerlitz, also known as the Battle of the Three Emperors, was one of Napoleon's many victories, where the French Empire defeated the Third Coalition. (Source: Wikimedia)
Napoleon I, miniature painting made in 1807 by Jean Baptiste Isabey. (Source: Wikimedia)
The Iranian envoy Mirza Mohammed Reza-Qazvini meeting with Napoleon I at the Finckenstein Palace in West Prussia, 27 April 1807, to sign the Treaty of Finckenstein. (Source: Wikimedia)
Napoleon reviews the Imperial Guard before the Battle of Jena. (Source: Wikimedia)
The Treaties of Tilsit: Napoleon meeting with Alexander I of Russia on a raft in the middle of the Neman River (Source: Wikimedia)
Joseph Bonaparte, Napoleon's brother, as King of Spain (Source: Wikimedia)
Napoleon accepts the surrender of Madrid, 4 December 1808 (Source: Wikimedia)
Napoleon at the Battle of Wagram, painted by Horace Vernet (Source: Wikimedia)
The entry of Bonaparte in Schönbrunn, Vienna (Source: Wikimedia)
First French Empire at its greatest extent in 1811  French Empire  French satellite states  Allied states (Source: Wikimedia)
Engraving of 'Napoleon le Grand', ca 1810 from a portrait by Noël François Bertrand (Source: Wikimedia)
The Moscow fire depicted by an unknown German artist (Source: Wikimedia)
Napoleon's withdrawal from Russia, painting by Adolph Northen (Source: Wikimedia)
Napoleon's farewell to his Imperial Guard, 20 April 1814 (Source: Wikimedia)

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