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Napoleon and his conspirators overthrow the directory
Napoloeon and Pope Pius sign the Concordat of 1801
The Treaty of Luneville is signed in which Austria accepted the loss of Italy and the German territory on the west bank of the Rhine was incorperated into France.
The Treaty of Amiens was signed allowing France to control the formerly British Dutch Republic.
Napoleon's navy was destroyed by Lord Nelson British) at the Battle of Trafalgar.
The Battle of Austerlitz, won by Napoleon rightened Austri and Russia.
Napoleonic Cod is put into place.
Napoleon crowns himself Emperor of France
Napoleon redraws the map of Europe in the Treaties of Tilsit
Napoleon dethroned Spanish king Ferdinand VII and replaced him with his own brother Joseph Bonaparte, but the Spanish rebelled and France was not able to conquer Spain.
Napoleon invades Russia, then, in late 1812, he makes a disasterous retreat from Russia.
Russia , Prussia, Austria, and Britain sign the Treaty of Chaumont, pledging to defeat Napoleon.
Napoleon abdicates and is exciled to Elba; Louis XVIII restored to constituional monarchy
Napoleon escapes Elba, but is defeated at the Battle of Waterloo.
Louis Blan published "The Organization of Work"
Anarchist Pierre-Joeseph Proudhon publishes "What Is Property?"
France invades Algeria
Charles X repudiates the Constitutional Charter
Republican army defeats "June Days" workers' uprising in Paris
Louis Pateur develops pasteurization
Napoleon escapes Elba, but is defeated at the Battle of Waterloo; Louis XVIII is restored for the second time
Reign of Charles X
Reign of Louis Felipe (July Monarchy)
Reign of Louis XVIII
Reign of Napoleon III
Haussman redesigns Paris
Second Republic under Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte
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