He was the first non-Habsburg emperor since 1438. 1745 Charles VII died and son-in-law of Charles VI, Francis I, was elected as Holy Roman Emperor. Even though Francis I was the Emperor his wife Maria Theresa ran the Holy Roman Empire. 1756 Prussia invades Saxony to Start the Seven Years’ War. The war ends in 1763 with the treaty of Hubertusburg.
Natasha Daoudi 10B Napoleon Bonaparte: Successes and Failures Why was Napoleon Bonaparte successful in overcoming his opponents, both domestic and foreign up until 1812? Why was he largely unsuccessful after this date? 1,475 words Introduction Napoleon Bonaparte came to power in 1795 but before that he was born on August 15th 1769, in the island of Corsica, France to Italian parents. He went to school and received a high-quality education and by the time 1785 he joined the French army as a second lieutenant. Through his knowledge and experience Napoleon rose from the shadows of France; with the fall of Robespierre and the “Reign of Terror” and became its new emperor.
Alexander Nevsky began the process of making the princes more powerful, and it was finished by Ivan III, who overthrew the Mongols and became Russia's first tzar Tsar: Russian title for monarch to refer Russian Ruler, Ivan III (r. 1462-1505) Teutonic Knights: Order of German Knights founded in Jerusalem who shifted their area of operation in 1211 to eastern Europe to convert non-Christians Places The Ukraine: a country in Eastern Europe Empires / Kingdoms Il-khan Empire: a “secondary” or “peripheral” khan based in Persia. The il-khans’ khanate was founded by Hulegu, a grandson of Genghis Khan, and was based at Tabriz in modern Azerbaijan. It
Under his command soldiers captured the cities of Saratoga in 1777 and Yorktown in 1781. After he and his forces crossed the Delaware River he retook New Jersey. His military experience gained him the privilege of being unanimously elected by the electors in 1788. His military experience helped with the way he ran the country by having first-hand knowledge of the weaknesses of the early American government and the struggles faced by the military of that time. The second president I would like to discuss is Abraham Lincoln.
3- What happened at Waterloo,Belgium? 1- Napoleon won a battle against the Duke of Wellington. 2- Napoleon met a 2-part army of British and Prussian soldiers led by the powerful Duke of Wellington. Napoleon was defeated. 3- Napoleon won a battle against the Native Americans.
When Gustavus was killed at Lutzen in 1632, Oxenstierna assumed supreme command of Sweden’s forces in the Thirty Years War. The imperial army defeated the Swedes at the battle of Nordlingen. Overall the Peace of Westphalia officially ended the war in Germany in 1648 after 5 years of protracted negotiations. The Day of Gustav Adolph is observed each year on November 6 in Sweden. On this day a special pastry, with a chocolate medallion of the king, is sold.
Tensions with Britain rise. 1812 Impressments of Americans by the British, British-encouraged Indian attacks on American settlements, “War Hawk” politicians advocating for war, and American nationalism all lead to the start of the War of 1812. 1814 The Treaty of Ghent is signed, diplomatically ending the War of 1812. American forces led by Andrew Jackson defeat the British in the Battle of New Orleans, which took place after the signing of the treaty. 1817 James Monroe becomes the last “Revolutionary” president, and brings the Era of Good Feelings.
Francisco Solano López Carrillo was the second constitutional president of the Republic of Paraguay between 1862 and 1870 . He served as Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces, president and chief of the Paraguayan nation during the Paraguayan War . He succeeded his father as president Carlos Antonio López , who had left his son a prosperous nation. According to the Constitution of 1844, Congress elected him president for a period of 10 years. In 1853 Francisco Solano López Carrillo was appointed ambassador of Paraguay and made contacts in European countries UK , France , Prussia , Spain and Piedmont-Sardinia in order to obtain recognition of the independence of Paraguay by those countries plus buy weapons, ships and armor for the military.
Born in Corsica, May 15th, 1769; Napoleon grew up with aspirations of a weighted and heroic distinction of himself engraved in the history books of his native land. Napoleon’s aspirations for himself were set in motion October of 1784 when he utilized an earned scholarship to the Royal Military School in Paris, Auxonne. At the age of sixteen, Napoleon earned his first military ranking as sub-lieutenant of artillery. His significant acceptance into the elite artillery fragment of the royal army placed him under pioneering instructional training in artillery formation and guncraft; guided by military figures such as Gribeauval and the Du Teil brothers. Also knowledge of the infantry tactics of mobile warfare was gained from the insight of military innovators Bourcet and Guibert.
(Adler 352) In 1356 Zhu led his army into the city of Jiquing, which is currently Nanjing in Jiangsu Province. He changed the city name to Yingtian and established his own military base there. In 1363 Zhu Yuanzhang eliminated his arch rival and leader of the rebel Han faction Chen Youliang in the Battle of Lake Poyang. The Battle of Lake Poyang was one of the largest naval battles in history. It was known for its ambitious use of fire ships.