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Alyssa Hendrixson
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Western Civilization Since 1648
Charles Clark

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Western Civilization Since 1648
Charles Clark
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Alyssa Hendrixson on Friday February 13, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to HY 102 at University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa taught by Charles Clark in Winter2015. Since its upload, it has received 149 views. For similar materials see Western Civilization Since 1648 in History at University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa.


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Date Created: 02/13/15
HY 12 Lecture Notes Thursday February 12 2015 From the Revolution to Napoleon Conservative reaction 179499 0 The rise of a certain Corsican artilleryman Napoleon Overthrew directory in 1799 1796 0 Sent to Italy as part of the French army Conquered northern Italy then moved on to Egypt 0 Gave us the chance to learn how to read hieroglyphics 1799 0 directory overthrown sets up government based on Ancient Rome 0 claims himself as First Consul Napoleon as First Consul 17991804 0 Legal consolidation Write up everything that has changed since the revolution Make complex issue into a version the average educated man can read and t in his pocket Code Napoleon o More stuff about tax collection Moved tax rolls to Paris Make French system ef cient Seen over by central staff chosen by Napoleon Designed to make France as stable and powerful as possible 0 Dictator or demagogue Believed in his own destiny Acts in our eyes as a dictator Only allowed to write positive things about Napoleon in newspapers or else you will die More of a demagogue Able to get population to sign off on what he does 0 The French Empire 0 Napoleon crowns himself Pope anointed Napoleon Napoleon took the crown turned back on Pope and crowned himself Emperor of France 0 Victories on land frustration at sea With victory on land no one could challenge Napoleon and win 0 Army was motivated 0 Get power if they win 0 The continental system Brought Poland back into existence 1808 HY 12 Lecture Notes Abolished Holy Roman Empire 0 Created German Confederation 0 Consolidated all German States 0 Wrenches in the gears Spain and Russia Allied with Russia 0 Alexander I will not let Napoleon into Russia nor will he leave 0 Problems 0 Alexander I threatens to leaves Continental system 0 Napoleon marches into Russia in 1812 0 600000 troops with allied troops headed to Moscow 0 Population of Moscow ed Burned Moscow not long after Napoleon arrived 0 Don t invade Russia from the west 0 60000 troops when army left Russia Puts brother on throne of Spain Detested by Spanish population 0 British aid Spanish rebels Guerilla warfare A quotlesson of historyquot 0 Defeat and exile 1814 and again in 1815 Battle of the Nations 0 Napoleon defeated Emperor of Elba o Exile Louis XVIII back on throne of France 1815 0 Napoleon convinced French guard to take him back to France Started army again and tried to take down Louis XVIII Napoleon surrendered to British at Waterloo Sent to exile to Helena in south Atlantic Key Words 0 Directory 0 5 man committee Placeholder until gure out what to do after revolution Calm in ation after revolution Issued certi cates for people to buy church lands at a later date Withdrew certi cates from circulation Creates economic chaos Stabilize French currency 0 Napoleon Bonaparte Concordat 0 Agreement made with Catholic Church 000 HY 12 Lecture Notes 1801 French government hold on to church lands and will pay salaries of priests Napoleon proposes list of possible priests and Pope chooses When agreement breaks down French army moves from northern Italy down closer to Rome 0 Code Napoleon Code Civil 0 Basis of law for most of Europe and Louisiana 0 Abolished old restrictions on trades Children did not have to follow father39s trade o Moved to suppress the idea that women were citizens Moving to restore political sphere for men 0 Consolidates and makes changes from revolution permanent Austerlitz Dec 1805 0 Battle on land Marched toward Vienna Napoleon was outnumbered yet won lmposed a peace treaty on Russia Bene tted by military reforms from revolution Britain has no allies on land Trafalgar Oct 1805 0 Battle at sea 0 Combined French and Spanish eet headed to England 0 English ships show up at all French ports and refused trade 0 French and Spanish lost 23 of ships 0 English captured more ships then they sunk Berlin and Milan decrees 0 Illegal for Napoleon states or allies to trade with England or its empire 0 1806 0 Continental System 0 Alexander I 0 Russia 0 Allies with Napoleon o Meets him at sea to sign treaty Guerilla o Asymmetrical warfare lsolate and destroy small attachments of Spanish army 0 Duke of Wellington 0 British Army 0 Stopped Napoleon Waterloo 0 Louis XVI OOOOO


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