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Europe and the French imperium, 1799-1814

Autor: Geoffrey Bruun
Editora: New York ; London : Harper & Bros., 1938.
Séries: Rise of modern Europe.
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Formato Físico Adicional: Online version:
Bruun, Geoffrey, 1898-1988.
Europe and the French imperium, 1799-1814.
New York, London, Harper & Bros., 1938
(OCoLC)558241281
Pessoa Denominada: Napoleon, Emperor of the French; Napoléon, empereur des Français
Tipo de Documento: Livro
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Geoffrey Bruun
Número OCLC: 396191
Notas: The plates, which precede t.p., have half-title: Sixty-two illustrations drawn from unusual sources and specially chosen by the author.
"First edition."
Descrição: xiv, 280 pages, [32] pages of plates : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 23 cm.
Conteúdos: Prelude to Caesarism --
France and the consulate: the restoration of order and authority --
Europe and the revolution: compromise --
Imperial France: the revolution disciplined --
The economic conflict: France and Great Britain --
The failure to check the expansion of French influence in Europe --
European society under the international empire --
The spread of nationalist revolts against the French domination --
Europe casts off the French hegemony --
European thought and culture in the Napoleonic era --
The revolutionary testament. Prelude to Caesarism. Introduction ; The heritage of philosophy ; The revolutionary deviation ; The search for stability --
France and the consulate: the restoration of order and authority (1799-1804). The constitution of the year VIII ; The pacification of the west ; Fiscal reform ; The legal codes ; The concordat ; The pattern of the centralized nation state --
Europe and the Revolution: compromise (1799-1804). The aims of the second coalition ; The withdrawal of Russia ; The defeat of Austria ; The truce with Great Britain ; The European balance of power --
Imperial France: the Revolution disciplined. "The government of the republic is confided to an emperor" ; Administration ; The army ; Finance and taxation ; Agriculture, industry and commerce ; Transport and communication --
The economic conflict: France and Great Britain. French colonial aspirations ; British maritime strength ; The battle for markets ; The continental system ; British financial stability ; The results of the revolutionary wars for the world outside Europe --
The failure to check the expansion of French influence in Europe. The reconstruction of Italy ; The revolution on the Rhine ; The Franco-Russian alliance of 1807 ; The international empire --
European society under the international empire. The extension of the revolutionary reforms outside France ; The emergence of the bourgeoisie ; Education and public opinion ; The liberty of the individual ; Social and family life --
The spread of nationalist revolts against the French domination (1808-1812). The awakening of nationalities ; The Spanish conflict ; The Austrian war of 1809 ; The ferment in the Germanies ; The defection of the Belgians, the Dutch and the Swedes --
Europe casts off the French hegemony. The Oriental mirage ; The invasion of Russia ; The war of liberation ; The Bourbon restoration and the hundred days ; The Vienna settlement ; The rebuke to national and liberal aspirations --
European thought and culture in the Napoleonic era. The revolt against the philosophy of reason ; Classical and Romantic influences in literature and art ; The sciences ; The religious revival --
The revolutionary testament. The republican tradition ; The secular society ; The canons of patriotism ; The Napoleonic legend.
Título da Série: Rise of modern Europe.
Responsabilidade: by Geoffrey Bruun.

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