Napoleon was a French military leader conquered much of Europe and he came into power after seizing France in a coup d'état and a plebiscite made Napoleon emperor.
How did Napoleon try to create an empire?
Now its time to build my empire
Napoleon produce lycées government officials who were loyal and patriotic to France and the Napoleonic Code made the authority of men over their families stronger, deprived women of rights, and reduced the rights of children.
What costly mistakes did Napoleon make?
Napoleon showed that he would not be controlled by Rome or any power other than himself. Both shows strength to reassure his allies and he proclaimed himself the highest authority in France.
How did Napoleon lose power? Describe his final days.
Napoleon won the war against European nations and expanded his empire, France acquired Louisiana from the Louisiana purchase from Spain and took possession allowed Britain to become the world's largest sea power for 100 years in the Battle of Trafalgar
Napoleon made costly mistakes that led to his downfall like The Invasion of Russia. Napoleon led his army into Russia and The Russians, adopted a scorched-earth policy: whenever they retreated, they burned the places they left behind and proclaimed a blockade: neutrals and French allies were not to trade with the British.
Napoleon abdicated the throne two years later and was exiled to the island of Elba. He briefly returned to power in his Hundred Days campaign. The Battle of Waterloo marked the final defeat of Napoleon.