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Napoleon: Saviour of the French Revolution

Summary: Explores the career and rule of French emperor Napoleon. Examines the aftermath of the French Revolution and details how Napoleon affected the nation's post revolution growth.


When one looks at France after Napoleon's reign, it is very clear that he brought order and stability to a country that so desperately needed it. The French Revolution had decreased in speed, and all gains from the revolution were in danger of being lost. Napoleon consolidated and solidified the gains of the revolution, and spread the ideals throughout Europe, ensuring that not only French people, but also everyone experienced the revolution's rights and freedoms. Napoleon Bonaparte came to power, rescuing the revolution from the brink of obscurity, becoming the saviour of the revolution.

In order to correctly determine whether Napoleon was in fact the revolution's saviour, it is necessary to define what is meant by the French Revolution. It was never simply one revolution, but instead a series of smaller revolutions. Between the period of 1787 and 1800 there was a total of five regimes, as France struggled to...

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