Why Did Napoleon Sell Louisiana?

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Napoleon sold Louisiana because he lacked money and funds to use in the fight against Great Britain. Though was a brilliant diplomatic coup, but it didn't happen without intrigue and dogged persistence. Louisiana later became part of the United States.
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Napoleon Bonaparte sold the Louisiana Territory to the United States after he lost thousands of troops to yellow fever and needed the money to keep up the war in Europe.
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lack of soldiers, and money.
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True, in a nutshell, Napoleon needed the cash to fund his military ambitions in Europe and his advisors told him the Louisiana territory was mainly "a great desert". While
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