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.
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.
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.
Napoleon Bonaparte or Napoleon I. It was his second time in exile; years before, he had been exiled to the island of Elba, which he proceeded to completely restructure before escaping and making his way back to France. He was later exiled again to St. Helena, where he finally died on 5 May 1821.
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Napoleon III, nephew and heir of Napoleon I, effected stringent censorship and other measures to silence his critics. He later relaxed these measures. He reconstructed Paris, under the authority of Baron Haussmann. He also modernized the French banking system.
Napoleon Bonaparte The Little Corporal was Napolean Bonaparte
Adam and Eve were banished from the Garden of Eden. To be banished is to be exiled. The criminal that wrote this book was banished to Elba with Napolean Bonaparte.
First to Elba, an island in the Mediterranean. Then he escaped. The second and final time, he was exiled to St. Helena, an island off the coast of West Africa.
Napolean Bonaparte was remarkable in that he conquered almost all of Europe and did it within fourteen years, he also came to be a dictator or emporerer legally. then after he was exiled he came back to France and tried to lead again, this period was known as the 100 days becasue that was all he lasted for before he was exiled again. Because of Napolean a congress needed to be made this congress was called the congress of Vienna. they recreated Europes boundaries. and Metternich who was the leaderof Italy and of this congress forgot to take into consideration of nationalism which can be a fator all the way to WWl
Napoleon Bonaparte's allies were Austria, Sweden, Prussia, and Russia
The wars against Napolean Bonaparte
No. When Napolean was exiled he and Josephine had already been divorced for a few years. Josephine wrote Napolean a letter, asking to join him in exile. He was forced to write back and tell her that it could not be arranged; but Josephine had died before the letter reached her (1814).
Toussaint Louverture forced Napolean Bonaparte to abandon plans for an American empire