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Emperor of France during the French Revolution?

France did not have an Emperor during the French Revolution, Napoleon became the Emperor of the French in 1804.


Why were other countries opposed to the French Revolution?

After the revolution overthrew the King of France and set up the Republic, other European kings and emperors became worried that the revolution would spread- that their own people would want to overthrow them too. Additionally, the Holy Roman Emperor was the brother of Queen Marie Antoinette; he issued a declaration that he would punish the French people if they harmed the French King or Queen. French Republican leaders believed that the declaration was a threat. After the Emperor made his declaration, the French Republic declared war on him and Austria; Austria was ruled by the Emperor's family and also happened to control Belgium, which is right next to France; a lot of French refugees lived in Belgium and the Republic wanted to capture them. Soon thereafter, the Republic executed the king and queen- at which point, pretty much every other country in Europe turned against France.


What continent did the french revolution occur?

Europe. France is in Europe.


Who took power when the French Revolution ended?

Napoleon Bonaparte as the First Consul, then as First Consul for Life and finally as the Emperor of the French.


Who was the powerful emperor that came to power near the end of the French Revolution?

Napoleon Bonaparte. He came to power in 1799, putting a stop to the French revolution and crowning himself Emperor, and with that, making France an Empire instead of a monarchy.

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Who was the french emperor who dominated Europe in the early 1800?

Napoleon Bonaparte.


Who was the French dictator who the British fought against in Europe from 1801-1815?

He was the French Emperor, Napoleon Bonaparte.


Who was the most influential person in Europe in 1808?

Napoleon Bonaparte. Emperor of the French.


Emperor of France during the French Revolution?

France did not have an Emperor during the French Revolution, Napoleon became the Emperor of the French in 1804.


Did Napoleon bring the Revolution to all of Europe or did he cut it short and become obsessed with power?

Napoleon did bring the Revolution to all of Europe. He became the emperor of the French people from 1804 to 1815.


Who was the leader of the French Conquest of Europe?

Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, who ruled until his final defeat at the battle of Waterloo in 1815


Which french emperor was born in Ajaccio?

Napoleon Bonaparte was the French Emperor who was born in Ajaccio.


How did events in Europe led to revolution in the Spanish colonies?

After Europe was in control, Spanish colonies were encouraged to get their land back and take control. It led to many revolutions like the French Revolution and Ind. Revolution.


What is emperor in French?

Empereur


Who was the emperor of France during 1862?

Napoleon III became Emperor of France in 1852. He was the nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte. He was initially elected President of the French Republic, but when the French Parliament prevented him from running for re-election, he organized a coup d'état and took control of the country.


What was the name of the French emperor when the French were helping Mexico?

'Helping' is not the best word to describe the invasion of Mexico by French forces. The name of the French emperor behind such invasion was Napoleon III.


What was the country or empire Napoleon ruled?

Napoleon was Emperor of the French. Born in 1769 in Ajaccio, Corsica. He dies in 1821 on the Island of St Helena.