This war revolved around the French empire, led by Napoleon the first, and financed by the UK. There were many disputes that were not resolved, partially related to the French Revolution, as well as five other conflicts that all revolved around fighting Napoleon Bonaparte. He was the leader of what many historians refer to as a chaotic Republic, one that he was able to restore to a large degree. He ended up creating a large army, a strong bureaucracy, and the most stable finances that the country had seen in decades. Once in power, a war was waged against him by Russia and Austria, and Napoleon easily defeated them the same year that they came up against him. Of all of the battles, this was thought to be one of the best, whereas his battle against the British at sea was not considered to be good at all.
Many Battles In A Short Time
There are people that believe that all of these battles that happen with Napoleon under his command extended for years. All of this occurred in a very short period of time. Napoleon had come to power in 1799. It took him only six years to develop a massive army because the first battles were in 1805. After that battle, for the next 10 years, he fought additional ones. The one that caused him to lose, the Seventh Coalition, was involved with defeating him at Waterloo.
The Battle Of Waterloo
This was the final battle for Napoleon, the one that led him to abdicate his powers. He was exiled, and this was made possible by a joint effort between the Prussian army and the Duke of Wellington leading the British. Although it was a very well fought battle, Napoleon’s army was simply exhausted. Despite having an early victory against the seventh coalition, he ended up losing simply because it had gone on for too long.