Napoleon Bonaparte The Age of Napoleon Bonaparte has its roots in the French Revolution. The chaos, fragmented power, and instability of that time created the conditions that allowed Napoleon to rise to absolute power in France and begin a wave of conquests across Europe. Napoleon accomplished some of the aims of the French Revolution and also wiped out some of its reforms. The impact on Europe resulting from his actions and the conditions that he
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