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  1. History of the Modern World Napoleon The Revolution Exported Mrs. McArthur Walsingham Academy Room 111 Napoleon at the Bridge of Arcole

  2. Napoleon Reforms France Napoleon’s government valued order and authority. He made reforms to improve the economy and made peace with the Catholic Church. He also instituted a new code of laws that recognized the equality of all citizens under the law. Napoleon Rises to Power Napoleon was a military hero to the French and moved from being a general to being a member of a three-man Consulate who ruled France. Through votes by French citizens, he then rose to First Consul and eventually to Emperor. Witness History Audio: The British Against Napoleon Witness History Audio: Enter Napoleon Bonaparte The French Revolution and Napoleon Section 4: The Age of Napoleon, pp 592-600 1 of 11

  3. Color Transparency 108: Bonaparte Crossing the Alps at the Grand-St.-Bernard, by Jacques Louis David Note Taking Transparency 78 Section 4: The Age of Napoleon Coronation! 2 of 11

  4. Section 4: The Age of Napoleon Napoleon’s armies invaded and annexed the Netherlands, Belgium, and parts of Italy and Germany. In lands he didn’t control militarily, he tried to place friends and relatives in positions of power. Britain, however, successfully resisted Napoleon’s actions through the force of its navy. Napoleon as Emperor Geography Interactive: Napoleon’s Power in Europe, 1812 Napoleon Builds an Empire 3 of 11

  5. Napoleon’s Empire Faces Challenges Napoleon Falls from Power When Napoleon invaded Russia in 1812, other countries began to revolt against French occupation and culture. There were not enough soldiers to secure each territory and strike at Russia. To make matters worse, Russian troops had burned crops and villages along the French route, leaving them without food or shelter during the brutal winter. France’s Russian disaster gave birth to the alliance of Russia, Britain, Austria, and Prussia. They defeated France in 1813. Napoleon was sent into exile on the island of Elba, and the monarchy was restored in France. Napoleon then escaped Elba and returned to rule for a short time, until his troops were beaten again in battle. He died while in exile on the island of St. Helena, but his conquests helped to spread the ideas of the French revolution throughout Europe and Russia. Witness History Video: Napoleon’s Lost Army Color Transparency 111: Two Kings of Terror Section 4: The Age of Napoleon 4 of 11

  6. 1 Section 4: The Age of Napoleon dan verliere ich meine Krone Vater, wo bist du? In der Tinte 5 of 11

  7. Leaders Meet at the Congress of Vienna At the Congress of Vienna, European leaders tried to create a lasting peace by placing strong countries around France and by protecting the system of monarchy. Austria, Russia, Prussia, and Great Britain maintained their alliance. Nationalism, however, would come back to haunt Europe soon enough. Color Transparency 112: Europe After the Congress of Vienna Geography Interactive: Europe After the Congress of Vienna, 1815 QuickTake Section Quiz Progress Monitoring Transparency The French Revolution and Napoleon Section 4: The Age of Napoleon 6 of 11

  8. The French Revolution and Napoleon: Section 4 Color Transparency 108: Bonaparte Crossing the Alps at the Grand-St.-Bernard, by Jacques Louis David 7 of 11

  9. 1807 Treaty of Tilsit Signed on a raft in middle of Neman River Eerily repeated in 1939 with Nazi-Soviet Pact

  10. 2 The French Revolution and Napoleon: Section 4 Note Taking Transparency 78 8 of 11

  11. The French Revolution and Napoleon: Section 4 Color Transparency 111: The Two Kings of Terror Battle of Nations Where was this battle? 9 of 11

  12. Color Transparency 112: Europe After the Congress of Vienna 10 of 11

  13. The French Revolution and Napoleon: Section 4 Progress Monitoring Transparency 11 of 11

  14. I. The Reign of Napoleon, 1799–1815 A. Bonaparte Seizes Power Directory Napoleon to Italy, Egypt, Syria First Consul Concordat of 1801 1802 - Consul for Life B. Napoleon at War with the European Powers War, ca. 1803-1814 Austria, 1805 Prussia, 1806 Russia, 1807 Spain, 1808 Continental System Britain, naval blockade Napoleon’s Empire

  15. I. The Reign of Napoleon, 1799–1815C. The First Empire and Domestic Reforms Emperor, December 1804 Science and Economic Reforms New Legal System Napoleonic Code Plebiscites D. Decline and Fall The Peninsular War (1808–14) Invasion of Russia, 1812 Battle of Nations at Leipzig Prussia, Britain, Sweden, Russia, Austria 1814, Exile to Elba 1815, 100 Days Waterloo, June 1815

  16. Napoleonic Europe 1798-1815 Plot events from Chapter 18 and Lecture Notes

  17. Assignments 1&3 • Homework due for Thurs’ class (10/1/) • Read text, pp 592-600 • Identify 10 blue-bold terms • Answer 6 Checkpoint questions • Complete 2 Map Skills Activities, pp 595 and 599 • Reminders: • Chapter 18 Test: Tues. Oct. 5 • North & South or Black Potatoes… Read by October 25

  18. Assignment 2 Louis XVI Stands Trial: Simulation You are responsible for: a script detailing expected participation, due at the beginning of the simulation your actual oral participation. • Reminders: • Chapter 18 Test: Tues. Oct. 5 • North & South or Black Potatoes… Read by October 25

  19. Assignments 4/5 • Take Stock: Chapter Test Scheduled for next Week! • Check out pp. 602-603 • Reminders: • Chapter 18 Test: Tues. Oct. 5 • North & South or Black Potatoes… Read by October 25

  20. Extra-Credit Choose either caricature 1 (slide 6) or 2 (slide 9) and translate and explain the meaning. Due, by email, by Sat. 10/2

  21. Knowledge-Based Format: (18 pts) Multiple Choice/Matching (10 pts) Map Identifications: where and what (8 pts) Critical Thinking Format: (12 or 24 pts) Essay (12 pts) Chapter 18 Test: Overview

  22. Chapter 18, text, and readings Class and lecture notes Practice quizzes Graphic organizers and study aids Maps and visuals What to Review?