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Napoleon : from 18 Brumaire to Tilsit, 1799-1807

Autor: Georges Lefebvre
Editorial: New York, Columbia University Press, 1969.
Edición/Formato:   Libro impreso : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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At the time when Napoleon Bonaparte assumed control of France, Europe and the French Revolution had been at war for over seven years, and except for a brief interruption, this conflict was to last until 1815. The 18 Brumaire did not in itself mark the end of an epoch. It might be more logical to say that the period of peace which followed the Treaty of Amiens was the dividing point between two eras. True, when  Leer más
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Género/Forma: History
Military history
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Formato físico adicional: Online version:
Lefebvre, Georges, 1874-1959.
Napoleon, from 18 Brumaire to Tilsit, 1799-1807.
New York, Columbia University Press, 1969
(OCoLC)655736045
Persona designada: Napoleon, Emperor of the French; Napoléon, empereur des Français; Napoleon, Emperor of the French
Tipo de documento Libro
Todos autores / colaboradores: Georges Lefebvre
Número OCLC: 849778
Notas: "Translation of the first three parts of Napoléon ... published in 1936 ... this translation is based on the fifth (1965) edition."
Descripción: x, 337 pages 22 cm
Contenido: [v.1] From 18 Brumaire to Tilsit, 1799-1897. --
[v.2] From Tilsit to Waterloo, 1807-1815. Translator's foreword --
Introduction --
Part one : The legacy of the Revolution. The conflict between the old regime and the Revolution --
The consequences of the war and the terms of the peace --
The coming of Napoleon Bonaparte --
Part two : The pacification of France and Europe (1799-1802). The organization of the dictatorship in France --
The pacification of Europe --
Bonaparte Consul for life --
Part three : Imperial conquest to the Treaty of Tilsit (1802-1807). France and England : the struggle renewed (1802-1805) --
Napoleon's army --
The formation of the Grand Empire (1805-1807).
Otros títulos: Napoléon.
Responsabilidad: by Georges Lefebvre ; translated from the French by Henry F. Stockhold.

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At the time when Napoleon Bonaparte assumed control of France, Europe and the French Revolution had been at war for over seven years, and except for a brief interruption, this conflict was to last until 1815. The 18 Brumaire did not in itself mark the end of an epoch. It might be more logical to say that the period of peace which followed the Treaty of Amiens was the dividing point between two eras. True, when considering the internal history of France, one sees that the coup d'état of Brumaire opened the way for the restoration of personal power. In this respect, the contrast between the Napoleonic and Revolutionary periods is well defined, but their essential unity cannot be ignored. It was to the Revolution that Bonaparte owed his marvellous destiny. He was able to force himself upon republican France precisely because an internal necessity fated that country to dictatorship as long as the partisans of the Old Regime strove to re-establish the monarchy with the help of foreign powers. - Introduction.

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