Was Louis Napoleon Bonaparte the nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte?
Yes, he was.
nephew, and heir
Louis Bonaparte was Napoleon's brother. Charles Louis Napoleon Bonoparte who became Emperor Napoleon III was Napoleon Bonaparte's nephew.
There have been several people in history who were called Louis Napoleon Bonaparte: Louis Bonaparte or Louis Napoleon Bonaparte (born Luigi Buonaparte in Ajaccio, Corsica ), was a brother of Napoleon Bonaparte, became King Louis I of Holland Napoleon Louis Bonaparte, second son of Louis Bonaparte and Napoleon Bonaparte's nephew, was King Louis II of Holland. Napoleon III, was christened Charles Louis Napoleon Bonaparte but usually called Louis Napoleon, was the third son of Louis… Read More
Louis-Napoleon, known later as Napoleon III, was Napoleon's Nephew.
Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte, nephew of Napoleon, was emperor under the name of Napoleon III in 1853.
Louis Napoleon was a nephew oh Napoleon Bonaparte. France thinks that the French were instable, so they think that Louis Napoleon will help bring peace to France, which he did with real prosperity & a better enlightment.
Napoleon I was Napoleon Bonaparte. Napoleon II was the son of Napoleon Bonaparte. Napoleon III was the Nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte, the son of Napoleon's younger brother who had been made the King of Holland.
France established its second republic in 1848. Louis Napoleon, the nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte, was elected as President of the 2nd republic.
Lucien Louis Joseph Napoleon Bonaparte was born in 1828.
Lucien Louis Joseph Napoleon Bonaparte died in 1895.
Louis was a younger brother.
Napoleon III was emperor of France from 1852 to 1870. He was born Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte, nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte, and was President of the Second French Republic from 1848 until he seized power in December, 1851.
There were three of them as follows: Napoleon I (Bonaparte) from 1804 - 1814 Napoleon II (Son of Napoleon I) ruled for one month in 1815 Napoleon III (Nephew of Napoleon I) ruled from 1852 - 1870. also known as Louis Napoleon
There has been one Napoleon Bonaparte. We use the family name Bonaparte when speaking about his early years under the French revolution, and his first name from 1799 onwards, for his period as emperor. His nephew Louis-NapolÃ©on Bonaparte was emperor under the Second Empire, between 1852 and 1870.
He was the nephew and heir of Napoleon Bonaparte. He was elected President of France in 1848 before conducting a coup d'etat and becoming Emperor Napoleon III until his capture by the Prussians at Sedan in 1870.
Napoleon Bonaparte, after his exile, overthrough Louis the 18th. The lawful French government called the Directory.
Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte, great-Nephew of Napoléon I and President of the Second Republic, became Emperor as Napoléon III in 1852.
He was Napoleon's younger brother.
Napoleon opposed King Louis XVI, but he also had no involvement in beheading the King. Louis was beheaded by the National Assembly. Bonaparte came into power later
Napoleon III (Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte, nephew of Napoléon I, being the son of the latter's brother Louis and Hortense de Beauharnais, Joséphine's daughter by her first marriage)
He was sent to Mexico by Louis Napoleon Bonaparte.
Louis Napoleon Bonaparte
Yes, but so did Napoleon Bonaparte and Napoleon III.
There was no president in France in 1847. France was then a monarchy under the king Louis-Philippe. He was ousted in 1848 and the 2nd Republic was proclaimed. The next elected president (in 1848) was Louis-NapolÃ©on Bonaparte, nephew of Napoleon.
A moderate constitution was drawn up in 1848. It called for a parliament and a strong president to be elected by the people. France accepted a strong ruler. In December 1848, Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte, the nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte, won the presidential election. However, the people of France had wanted a generous democratic republic, but instead the Constituent Assembly completed a constitution featuring a strong executive. Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte then declared himself Emperor Napoleon III of France… Read More
Napoleon Bonaparte's brothers were: Jerome Bonaparte (King of Westphalia) Joseph Bonaparte (King of Spain) Louis Bonaparte (King of Holland) Lucien Bonaparte (Politician).
Louis Napoleon Bonaparte
He is known for painting Napoleon Bonaparte.
No. Though they were both emperors, they were 2 different people. Napoleon Bonaparte (1769 - 1821) was the first emperor of France, and Napoleon III (1808 - 1873) was his alleged nephew.
Of a sort, as the little brother of Napoleon Bonaparte, the Emperor of France, as the husband of Hortense de Beauharnais who was the daughter of Empress Josephine and as the former King of Holland. Further, he was the father of Napoleon III the Emperor of France and 1st President of the French Republic in the future, he had adequate credentials to be considered as famous. --- I think the above answer confuses Louis Napoleon… Read More
Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte became Napoleon III
Napoleon Bonaparte was born on August 15, 1769.
No, Napoleon Bonaparte was never a Prussian officer.
Napoleon Bonaparte Brown was born in 1834.
Jérôme Napoleon Bonaparte died in 1870.
Napoleon Bonaparte Buford died in 1883.
It was Napoleon Bonaparte II, born as Napoleon Francois Joseph Charles Bonaparte.
Napoleon Bonaparte was a great leader and ran his country under a code
Napoleon Bonaparte was born on 15 August 1769.
Napoleon Bonaparte is remembered because he defeated the Austrians.
I would like to point out that correct title of Napoleon the Great was "Emperor of the French" and not "Emperor of France". He wasn't the only Emperor to rule the French but the first one. The second and last one was his nephew and heir Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte (1808-1873). After a coup d'état he become Napoleon III Emperor of the French, from 1852 to 1870.