Napoleon as greatest reformers in the world how?
Well he revolutionized how war was waged, troop tactics and brought a focus to artillery, code napoleon "As a result of the Napoleonic conquests, the Code Napoleon was introduced into a number of European countries, notably Belgium, where it is still in force. It also became the model for the civil codes of Quebec Province, Canada, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain, some Latin American republics, and the state of Louisiana." (Encarta Encyclopedia.Code Napoleon). he brought the ideals of the revolution to other countries and ended slavery in europe, and he also brought efficiency to administration in france, made cars drive on the right side of the road, nationally adopted the metric system, and brought meritocracy in place of patronage or seniority.
His nephew, Napoleon III, emperor of the sencond empire did way more to focus on reforms, he made france an industial giant from which it spang up as a prominent europeon power. He also rebuilt paris and it became the capital of europe again.
Napoleon Bonaparte was an amazing general because he got everyone moralized and happy. Napoleon also had a photographic memory and could see things on the battle field and remember them. He also used topographical maps to his advantage, knowing where fog built up and where he could hide reinforcements over a ridge or such. Robert, Age 14
I suppose the longest range accomplishment of Napoleon was his arrival in the Russian city of Moscow in 1812, only to find they had all gone & left for St Petersburg, and Moscow was in flames. & then it started to snow..... The Code Napoleon is still the basis of Law in France. Napoleons civil reforms are still in practice in France. And he rates as one of the greatest military commanders in History.
"It is said that a few months before Napoleon suffered the defeat of Waterloo, a Continental journalist - thinking no doubt in political terms - asked the Little Frenchman what he considered the greatest day in his life. "Was it your victory, Sir, at Berlin? or at Warsaw?or at St. Petersburg? or Vienna?or Austerlitz?" Napoleon left the interviewer speechless with his retort? "The greatest day in my life, Sir, was the day of my first…
The French Revolution in 1789 deposed the King, Louis XVI. Subsequently Napoleon Bonaparte became 1st Consul & later Emporer of France. Napoleon must rate as one of the greatest military leaders in History. He led the Grande Armee through Europe on campains of great distinction, fighting the Austrians , Russians & Prussians at various times in great set piece battles. Napoleon established France as the greatest European power. His two principal defeats were at Leipzig…
If Napoleon had won then France would have continued to be the greatest power in Europe, and would not have been eclipsed by England: France would have become a large and wealthy country that dominated Europe. The 'what ifs' would go on forever about what MIGHT have happened or what COULD have happened if this HAD happened but it didn't. The European Union would have formed much more earlier.
He was a soldier and then became Emperor of France. He was a leader of France who conquered most of Europe until he was a great leader and the French loved him even till this day. He rarely lost battles, he was one of the greatest military leaders of all time and strongest. He was also a inspiration for Hitler and world domination.
Anti-slavery reformers used a variety of methods to help bring an end to slavery. First of all, Anti-slavery newspapers, books, and speaking engagements were used to educate the public about the horrors of slavery. More radical reformers established and ran the Underground Railroad, helping many slaves to escape forced servitude. Reformers also sought to bring an end to slavery via political reform, anti-slavery Whigs split from their party to form the Republican Party which held…