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Napoleon Project

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Evan Broom

on 18 April 2010

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Napoleon Boneparte! In June 1815
Napoleon was defeated
in the battle of waterloo.The French army consisted around 69,000 soldiers with 250 guns, 7,000 artilleries, 14,000 cavalries, and 48,000 infantries. Bonaparte’s Army of the Orient was an expeditionary force 54,000 strong. His retinue included 167 engineers, artists, scientists and journalists named the Commission for Arts and Sciences. Their purpose was to catalogue Egypt’s wonders and promote their discoveries through Bonaparte’s propaganda machine.

2. 1. 3. 4. 5. France’s strongest Mediterranean ally was Turkey. Maintaining this relationship in the region was critical as the Ottoman’s weakening hold on Egypt threatened France’s existing Egyptian colonies. The expedition’s multifaceted goals included both the destruction of England via a slow disintegration of her trade through the Suez Canal supported by the colonization of Egypt.

Admiral Nelson’s (1758 1805) British naval forces cut-off French access to the Mediterranean at Aboukir in the 1798 Battle of the Nile. This set-back, along with Turkish political changes, forced Bonaparte’s remaining resources into Upper Egypt.

Egyptians that they were victims of imperial oppression by foreigners fell on deaf ears. Soon thereafter, however, the Christian peoples of the Balkans, stimulated in part by the exposure of community members to European ideas as a consequence of educational or personal contacts outside Ottoman territories, did begin to see themselves as victims of Ottoman domination. 1.This is prescriptive article about napoleons battle at waterloo. It tells of the armies and there weapons.
2.This article shows the ideology of napoleon. It shows how he was going to try to win the battle.
3. It shows the ordinary people who were in the army. It also shows how many there were.
4.Who had the bigger army?
Who do you think will win the battle?
This source gives good info on how napoleon’s army was.
5.Does this army affect his economy in his country?
This source only talks about the army and its positives.
6.There sources are very similar. This article would support the argument.
1. 1.This is prescriptive article about napoleons battle at waterloo. It tells of the how strong his army was.
2.This article shows the ideology and the behavior of napoleon. It shows how he was very smart and his actions reflect it.
3. It shows how napoleon gathered his army and how strong his army was.
4.How many poeple were in his army?
Why was Napoleon considered smart?
This source shows how smart napoleon was.
5.Why does napoleon acted this way?
This source also only talks about the army and its positives.
6.There sources are very similar. This article would be against in the argument.
2. 3. 1.This is descriptive source about the French relationship with other countries. It tells of who they are friends with and who their not friends with.
2.This article shows the Behavior of napoleon. It shows how he wants to get a strong empire.
3. It shows the Elite and how they acted to each other. Which shows the good and bad relationships.
4.What country is an ally to France?
What country is not an ally to France?
This article shows how napoleon could persuade people.
5.Why did Turkey become friends with France?
This source only gives the reader limited amount of information.
6.The articles have similarities. Which this article would most likely support the argument.
4. 1.This is descriptive source about the battle of the nile. It tells of who fought and when it happened.
2.This article shows the Behavior of the french. It shows how they want to expand their land.
3. It shows the ordinary people and how they acted to each other. Which was why the battle occured.
4.Who fought in this battle?
Who won the battle?
This source shows that they wanted Egpyt.
5.Who started the battle?
This source only gives the reader limited amount of information.
6.The articles have simliar ideas but I think that this source would be agaist the argument. 5. 1.This is prescriptive article about napoleon and the egyptians relationship.
2.This article shows the ideology of napoleon. It shows how he was going to try to defeat the egyptians.
3. It shows the ordinary people who were in the army. It also shows how many there were.
4.Who had the bigger army?
Who do you think will win if they fought?
This source gives good info on how napoleon and the egyptians relationship was.
5.Does this army affect his economy in his country?
This source only talks about the army and its positives.
6.There sources are very similar. This article would support the argument.
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