Why was Napoleon Bonaparte important?

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Napoleon Bonaparte is important because he brought democracy to France. He was born on 15th August 1769 in Corsica and was the first consul of France and one of the greatest military commanders.
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BECAUSE HE INTRODUCED DEMOCRACY TO FRANCE
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He is best known for attempting to conquer and unify Europe, which he was fairly close to accomplishing. Following the Napoleonic Wars, the geopolitical landscape of Europe was drastically
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Napoleon Bonaparte
Napoleon is the most charismatic general in French history, famed for his military successes and (at the same time) for not quite conquering Europe. Starting as a second lieutenant in the French artillery, he rose quickly through the ranks until he staged... More »
Name at Birth: Napoleon Buonaparte
Born: August 15, 1769, Ajaccio, Corsica
Died: May 5, 1821
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