Napoleon Bonaparte was known as a "Fearless Warrior." By the age of 9 years old he was accepted and received a scholarship of one of the finest schools in New York. Napoleon was very intelligent and at 15 years of age he moved to France to go to another school and by 16 he became an officer. He succeeded and at 24 became general and then was given command over the army. He gave troops the feeling of confidence and courage. He wins the key battler to save the French Republic. Napoleon goes to France and meets his wife to be, Josephine.

He begins to rule France. Napoleon changes government, he makes 1 st council of French of the French republic. He gave France order and stability and gave equal opportunity public education system, Napoleon established a Napoleonic code which was a uniform from set of laws for France limited freedom of speech and individual rights. He crowned himself emperor of France, in November 2, 1808.

Napoleon was now so powerful he wanted a son, so that if he died and his son would still inherit would inherit his powers. Josephine didn't was too old to have his child so he asked her for a divorce. On December 15, 1809, Napoleon and Josephine divorce. Now Napoleon meets and marries Mary Louis, she gave birth to his son in 1811. Napoleon made 3 major mistakes. One, he unsuccessfully attempts to cut off trade between Great Britain and other European countries with his Continental System.

Secondly, the peninsular was in Spain inflames Spanish nationalism and weakens France. Last, The French invasion of Russia fails with a terrible loss of life. Napoleon keeps falling from his mistakes. All the other major powers of Europe unite against the weakened Napoleon. His army is defeated and the enemies march through Paris. There is nothing more for Napoleon to do, so he surrenders and it vanished to Elba at 45.

This is not the end for Napoleon Bonaparte; he comes back to France and marches to Paris as other men join to march with him. Napoleon takes over France again and he tries to make peaceful gestures but war is started again and Prussian and British forces at Waterloo defeat Napoleon. Napoleon is exiled to St. Helen in the south Atlantic and dies on May 5, 1821..