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Use this History and Western Heritage video entitled The Age of Napoleon and The Triumph of Romanticism to study how in 1799, as prominent army general, Napoleon Bonaparte led a military coup and established himself as the leader of France, and five years later he was crowned Emperor Napoleon I. Between his coronation as emperor and his last military defeat in 1815, Napoleon conquered most of Europe. For over a decade Napoleon and the armed forces he led dominated most of Europe, and the repercussions of his actions are still felt today.

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