The Napoleonic Era: The Decline of Napoleon Video

Video title: The Decline of Napoleon

Watch this 19th Century World History and Napoleonic Era video entitled The Decline of Napoleon to study the reasons for Napoleon's ultimate loss of command, his rapid downfall and final defeat at Waterloo and his banishment for life to the remote island of St. Helena. Learn about Napoléon's personification of the Romantic hero and his accomplishments and setbacks as a military strategist and conqueror, emperor and dictator. Discover important battles that occurred during Napoléon's quest to control all of Europe.

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  • The Fall of Napoleon. Learn about The Decline and Fall of Napoleon. Learn how Napoleon came to control most of Europe as a liberal and enlightened leader, but was banished as a dictator little more than a decade later.
  • Trace Napoleon's heroic and swift rise to power in the events that followed the French Revolution, from his role as first consul to his rule as the crowned emperor of France.
  • Examine how Napoleon's dreams of empire helped forge a new national spirit in France. Survey key political and social changes resulting from Napoleon's reign, and discuss the significance of the Code Napoleon and the centralization of the French government.
  • Gain an understanding of Napoleon's personification of the Romantic hero and his accomplishments and setbacks as a military strategist and conqueror, emperor and dictator.
  • Identify important battles that occurred during Napoleon's quest to control all of Europe. Explore the reasons for Napoleon's ultimate loss of command, his rapid downfall and final defeat at Waterloo and his banishment for life to the remote island of Saint Helena.
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