The French supported Napoleon as an emblematic symbol of their country due to his consistent and tireless efforts in the defense of the Republic of France, such as his brilliant recapture of Toulon from French traitors and British occupiers during the First French Revolutionary War. He was successful leading the French "Army of Italy". He also had none of the bloody legacy that came from the political battles between Gironidists and Jacobins that had led to the Reign of Terror, conversely he brought peace to the city of Paris after its convulsions following the death of Maximilien Robespierre. He was also young and vivacious, which was another reason he was successful.
Most importantly, though, he spoke the language of the Revolution, abolishing the estates, promoting individual freedoms, and elevating the bourgeoisie to the same place in the economy as the nobility. Since Napoleon was not of royal blood, his rule was an affirmation of the principle that all Frenchmen, regardless of origin should be permitted to have any rank they could achieve on their own merit.
Because they wanted a monarch
Why do you think it was important for Napoleon to obtain the support of the French people before he took power?
Napoleon III's being captured by Otto von Bismarck on battlefield in Sédan in 1870 may be one of main reasons for his loss of support among the French.
Because he gave them better government then they had under the Monarchy or the Republic.
After his escape from Elba he was accepted back as the Emperor of France.
In the late 18th and early 19th centuries, French citizens supported Napoleon initially because of one fundamental benefit: he maintained control and enforced discipline upon a French society that for years prior had hovered on the edge of chaos. As years passed and his military victories accumulated, Napoleon enjoyed even greater support from the French, who took pride in his (and their) accomplishments in diplomacy and on the battlefield.
The French generally supported Napoleon.
Napoleon the great was a French Empreror.
Je suis Napoleon
No, Napoleon was not an Italian since he was French.
Napoleon marks the end of the French Revolution.
Napoleon was French emperior in 19th cntury.
Napoleon was born on Corsica.
No, Napoleon was drafted by the French Military. The cause for it was a protest for Democracy, not Monarchy
His creation of the legion of honor.
Because Napoleon needed the money to support his war. Also, he saw no future in it.
Napoleon became Emperor of the French (Napoleon I) on 2 December 1804.
If this question intended to ask about why the French supported Napoleon, please see this question.However, the question as worded speaks about the Neapolitans, i.e. the people of Naples, and the French did support the Parthenopean Republic in 1799. The reason for this support was primarily to secure French military gains elsewhere in northern and central Italy. It had very little to do with the Neapolitans themselves.
Napoleon or also known as Napoleon Bonaparte is a French military and a leader of politics. During the French revolution, He lived in Paris, France.
NO, he was French.
napoleon was deafeted in Waterloo and "the french invade Russian war" in which the french did not fully recover
French and Italian.French
Napoleon became an emperor after the French Revolution