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In which year was Napoleon born?1769Napoleon was born in Corsica, a small island in the Mediterranean Sea in the year 1769.
In which year was Napoleon made the Emperor of France?1804Napoleon was made the First Consul of France and later in 1804 he became the Emperor of France.
By which year did Napoleon's armies conquer almost the whole of Europe?1807In 1807, Napoleon's armies had conquered almost the whole of Europe except England.
In which year was Napoleon taken prisoner by the English armies?1814Napoleon set out for a war with Russia as the Russian Emperor did not seem to be helping him conquer England. In doing so, Napoleon lost thousands and more of his soldiers. The Russians by then had abandoned the city of Moscow. Napoleon then thought of returning to France. It was winter then and there was thick snow all over. The wounded soldiers died in the snow and some died of starvation. Thus the people of Europe defied Napoleon and he was defeated at a battle fought near Leipzig. In March 1814, English armies marched to Paris and took Napoleon prisoner.
When did the people of Paris attack the Prison of Bastille?14th July 1789The laws in France were not fair and favored only the rich. The poor were heavily taxed due to which they ended up starving. On 14th July 1789 the people of Paris revolted and attacked the famous prison of Bastille. Here the prisoners whom the king did not like were kept. Thus the people of France set up a republic and their cry was "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity".
During the war between France and Britain, the fleet of British ships were commanded by:Admiral NelsonBritain fought the French not only on land but also with a large fleet of ships which were commanded by a famous admiral called Nelson.
Where was Napoleon born?CorsicaNapoleon was born in Corsica, a small island in the Mediterranean Sea in the year 1769.
Who was the English general who defeated Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo?Duke of Wellington
Napoleon was sent as a prisoner to the island of _______ in March 1814.ElbaNapoleon was sent as a prisoner to Elba, a tiny island between Corsica and Italy, in March 1814.
Napoleon became an officer in the French army at the age of _______.fifteenNapoleon always wanted to be a soldier. He used to read as much as he could about soldiers and battles fought long ago.
When Napoleon was born, Corsica had already been conquered by _______.FranceCorsica, a small island in the Mediterranean Sea had been conquered by France by the time Napoleon was born. Earlier it used to be an independent island.
Napoleon went to a military school in _______.FranceNapoleon was sent to France to be educated in a military school since he had always wanted to be a soldier.
"Liberty, Equality, Fraternity" was the cry of the people of which country?FranceThe laws in France were not fair and favored only the rich. The poor were heavily taxed due to which they ended up starving. Thus the people of France set up a republic and their cry was "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity".
For which Government did Napoleon's father work?French
Napoleon was sent to a military school because _______.he wanted to be a soldier
Whom did Napoleon marry?JosephineJosephine was rich and beautiful. She introduced Napoleon to several rich individuals who could help him.
Napoleon realized that Britain's strength came from its _______.Mediterranean and Eastern tradeNapoleon believed that real fame could be won only in the east because Europe was too small. He realized that Britain's strength came from its Mediterranean and Eastern trade.
What was Napoleon's full name?Napoleon Bonaparte
From where did Napoleon control the whole country?ParisNapoleon made many changes in the country. He introduced new taxes and started a national bank. The Catholic religion was made the official religion, and he controlled the whole country from Paris.
After his defeat in the Battle of Waterloo, Napoleon was imprisoned on the island of _______.St. HelenaAfter his defeat in the Battle of Waterloo, Napoleon was imprisoned on the island of St. Helena. He died there six years later.
Napoleon was a hero of the French people and was known as the _______.terror of EuropeNapoleon proved himself to be a very efficient general. He fought the battles in his own unconventional ways. He attacked the enemy when they least expected and always kept some of his troops in reserve to fight the enemy when both sides were tired. Hence, he was victorious all over Europe. He thus became the hero of the French people and the terror of Europe.
Whom did Napoleon invite to crown him Emperor?the Pope from RomeNapoleon invited the Pope from Rome to crown him Emperor. He had also invited all the Governors of the provinces and the important people of Paris.
In 1815 Napoleon was defeated at the Battle of _______.WaterlooIn 1815, Napoleon was defeated at the Battle of Waterloo by the Duke of Wellington, a famous English general. The loser in the Battle of Waterloo was France, and the victors were Britain, Holland, Belgium and Prussia.

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