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).
Napoleon Bonaparte has always been seen as a tyrant, but he has made many positive impacts on the world. Napoleon rose to power after the French Revolution. There, Napoleon would become a genius general and later he would appoint himself Emperor of France. Napoleon Bonaparte used his power to impact the modern world through the Napoleonic Wars, the sale of Louisiana Purchase to the United States of America, and the Napoleonic Code. Napoleon Bonaparte emerged from the chaos that divided France and threw much of Europe into turmoil.
During this period, the terrorist policy send counter-revolutionaries to the guillotine, but they also made some contribution to the history of France, such as the promotion of education, the abolition of Slavery in French colonies and so on Oscar Wilde Oscar Wilde, he is one of the greatest writers and artists who borned in England. He is an aestheticist representative. His fairy tale also won the favor of the majority of readers, and Wilde known as the "fairy tale prince." Peterloo Massacre The Pearro massacre was a demonstration of the crackdown on England 's England on August 16, 1819. It was one of the most influential events of the time.
American forces suffered a devastating defeat during the War of 1812 attempting to annex Canada by ignoring various strategic principles. Many Americans believed the assault would be a cakewalk due to Britain being so distracted by the Napoleonic Wars in Europe. President Thomas Jefferson stated “The acquisition of Canada this year, as far as the neighborhood of Quebec, will be a mere matter of marching.” The overconfidence of Jefferson and his generals violated the principles of mass, security, and economy of force. What went wrong? A number of realities were overlooked; terrain, weather, and the general overall physical vastness of Canada.
He expressed his feelings of horror and hope for Russia's victory against the Nazi power in his symphonies. Although, his seventh symphony was the most significant to all globally in this time of war. It brought allied forces together to defeat the Nazi power. M.T. Anderson argued that Russia's dedication in music and nationalist feelings was prominent in obtaining and battling for its own country during
His methods in this procedure were highly controversial, and included half-truths In this way, he “greatly influenced the romantic view of Beethoven”, to the delight of the incoming Romantic composers who probably accepted Schindler’s writings and did not question its validity It will come as little surprise then that Beethoven might not have particularly appreciated Napoleon Bonaparte and his conquests (Perhaps a case could be made for the Emperor concerto as a protest against Bonaparte’s conquest or even for the concerto as demonstrating the valor of Austrian resistance — also an empire at the time — due to its heroic theme.) In a letter to his editors, Beethoven recounts how these events affected him: "During this time we lived in a really oppressive embarrassment [...] The course of events on the whole has had at home its repercussions physically and morally I still can not even enjoy this life in the country so indispensable to me [...] What an exhausting and devastating life around me; Nothing but drums, cannon, human miseries of all kinds." 3 At this moment in time, it is clear to even a casual observer that whatever respect the composer once held for Napoleon, if it had not already dissipated, was blasted away by the cannons invading the
Jefferson was scared of the British but he hoped that it would have an effect on Napoleon. If Jefferson was actually serious and if the US actually allied with the British, then history would have changed forever. On October 1802 Spanish again closes the ports to the Americans. The Americans get mad and assume that French are behind the embargo. The war finally ends in 1802 and France actually ends up losing at Saint-Domingue.
Napoleon Bonaparte is arguably one of the most influential rulers in recent human history. Beginning with his first military campaign (which took place in Italy in 1796), and ending with Napoleon’s defeat at Waterloo in 1815, Napoleon grew the French Empire with an unwavering thirst for expansion. During his reign, the French Empire expanded into Spain, Italy, Austria, and modern-day Poland. While expanding the French Empire to this size, approximately 500,000 to 700,000 French soldiers died under Napoleon’s rule. To an average person, this high number of casualties might lead them to believe that Napoleon should have been overthrown in order to stop further tragedy from occurring.
The Romantic period music was more expressive and emotional, expanding to encompass literary, artistic, and philosophical themes. A famous early Romantic composer was Robert Schumann while a late 19th century romantic composer would be Johann Strauss. Robert Schumann was a German composer, born June 8, 1810 and died July 29, 1856. He was acknowledged as one of the greatest composers of the Romantic era. Schumann began studying law but then changed his study, to pursue a career as a pianist.
Above all, classical music is the genre of music with the utmost superiority in regard to the beginning of classical music era that started in the early 500 AD. From the founder of Gregorian chant (using only voice in the music), Pope Gregory I, to the famous classical music prodigies such as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Frederic Chopin; moreover, the ingenious Franz Liszt who created the Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2, S.244/2. Furthermore, classical music have refined its genre to such a finest extent that most countries are now acknowledging its magnificent component. Research have also been initiated to find whether classical music truly has remarkable benefits.