Phase four the final phase is The Age of Napoleon this phase went from 1799 to 1815. Napoleon emerged as the first counsel of France. Napoleon promised the nation everything they wanted and with the help of his brother, Napoleon overthrew the government and they set up Napoleon as the First Consul. By 1802 he had accumulated enough power to declare himself the emperor of France. France received new laws called the Code of Napoleon allowing Freedom of worship.
To what factors do you attribute Napoleon’s victory at Austerlitz ‘We are babies in the hands of a giant’ claimed Russian Tsar after the defeat of Austro-Russian forces against the Grande Armée, in the Battle of Austerlitz on 2 December 1805 (Fisher, 2001 p. 42). Indeed, the ‘sun of Austerlitz’ illuminated Na-poleon’s one of the most perfectly orchestrated battle and the Grande Armée’s first full appearance (McLynn, 1998 pp. 345-347). Consequently, France and Austria signed the Treaty of Pressburg. The Austrians exited the war and Russians agreed to withdraw home (Rothenberg, 1980 p. 46).
Naturally, at the beginning of his career, Napoleon focused mainly on French public opinion, but since his coronation and massive expansion of the French Empire in the first decade of the 19th century, the necessity to spread the positive image of the Emperor outside the French borderline was increased. Governments established on newly acquired territories (Duchy of Warsaw, Kingdom of Westphalia, Kingdom of Naples etc.) have been instructed to persuade local inhabitants of the positive effects of the French
War and Peace alternates between periods of war and peace in Russia during the first two decades of the nineteenth century. Tolstoy intended to write the story of a man returning home after having been exiled to Siberia in 1856. The man had been a Decembrist, a member of an enlightened revolutionary movement seeking constitutional reforms in Russia before the Czarist forces suppressed the movement in December, 1825. In order to understand his hero, Tolstoy decided that he first had to write about the man’s youth: thus the story starts in July, 1805. History affects individual lives.
I.5.2 Ironclad Battleships ‘The Napoleon’, commissioned by France in 1850, was the first steam-powered battleship in the world. The first ironclad battleship ‘La Glorie’ was launched by the French Navy in 1859. The British Royal Navy developed its ironclad battleships 'Black Prince' and ‘Warrior’ in 1861 and 1862. Ironclad ships were first utilized in the Crimean War and it transpired that they were formidable adversaries for traditional wooden warships of that time. With the beginning of civil war in America both the belligerent sides developed a steam-powered ironclad warships – ‘CSS Virginia’ by Confederate States Navy, and ‘USS Monitor’ by the United States Navy.
The Cold War a time of political tension between the United States and Russia. The Western and Eastern fronts have different ideologies and since, “The West tended to overate Soviet power and hostility, which created hysteria, NATO was set up as a defense gesture by the Western Powers based on the fear of Russian aggression. In the States, President Truman initiated a document to stop the spread of Communism” (Knudtzon, “Eastern Europe: 1945-1989). The Western front was afraid of the Soviet Union because they were Communists. The democratic countries did not want Communism to spread to their countries and threaten their democracy.
This period created many big and small revolutions, such as new inventions and scientific discoveries, along with new laws and a French Revolution war. The French Revolution occurred in 1789, with the aim to get rid of the old authorities, such as the aristocratic Count of The Marriage of Figaro, to make a more harmonious society throughout the nation. However, this led to a bloody
The French revolution lasted from 1789 until 1799 which was carried onward by Napoleon. It inspired a number of revolutionary movements of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries that made the final end to institutions such as absolutism, feudalism, class privilege and legal inequality, and spread the principles of natural right, equality and freedom throughout the world. This revolution was a fight for liberal democracy where French experienced violent political periods. Finally monarch was over thrown and republic was established. Again, republic was overthrown and dictatorship under Napoleon came to power.
The United States envisioned to avoid soviet expansion, but democratic idealism instead. The United States gave military aid to prevent soviet expansion. Each thought that their own language, views, and ideologies were the only valuable and worthy visions. Initially, the United States mistrusted the Soviet Union after World War I for taking Russia out of the war, opposed of a communist driven state, and did not trust the soviets as an ally of Nazi Germany. Soviets distrusted Americans because of the delayed attack on Germany.
Was in the 1700s a removed glass painting from the Middle Ages, which was replaced with plain glass. During the Revolution of 1789 was Notre Dame looted, and statues were destroyed, the revolutionary government banned Christianity, and the Cathedral and many other churches were used as storage. Napoleon. 1. reintroduced Christianity, and December 2, 1804 he crowned himself emperor in Notre Dame, where the Pope attended the ceremony. In 1841 it was decided to restore Notre Dame, including as a result of the author Victor Hugo had made a campaign that His book "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" had also given a lot of attention around the Cathedral.