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Napoleon I

(Fr.: Napoléon Bonaparte; It.: Napoleone Buonaparte; 1769–1821). “le Petit Caporal; the Corsican”; b. Ajaccio, Corsica; Fr. Consul 1799, emp. 1804–09, 1810–14; assumed title of king of It. 1805; became practical master of the Continent; put relatives on Eur. thrones; defeated at Waterloo 1815; d. in exile on St. Helena. See also Concordat 5; France, 5.

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