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For his first exile he was sent to the island of Elba in 1813 but he would return to France and rule again for about 100 days before he was ultimately defeated again at the Battle of Waterloo sending him into exile a second time in 1815 to the small island of Saint Helena in the Atlantic Ocean where he would live out the rest of his days.

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Under the treaty of fontainebleu, he was exiled to Elba, and named ruler of the small island off the coast of France and Italy in the Mediterranean Sea. After the Hundred Days, he was exiled to St. Helena (1000 miles from Africa and South America in the middle of the Atlantic) where he died of stomach cancer.

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Napoleon was first exiled to Elba, off the Italian coast. After the Hundred Days Campaign he was sent to the British Island of Saint Helena in the Atlantic Ocean.

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