Napoleon and the french revolution what appealed to him about the french revolution its energy and its forcefulness its ideology of possibility the toughness and hardcore style of the jacobins the revolution glorified war and honored successful soldiers but it also made it possible as never before for a bold soldier to rise through the ranks based on merit lots of elite officers had emigrated leaving openings in the officer corps the army had a new structure more open and . France france the french revolution and napoleon 1789 1815 louis xvis decision to convene the estates general in may 1789 became a turning point in french history when he invited his subjects to express their opinions and grievances in preparation for this event unprecedented in living memory hundreds responded with pamphlets in which the liberal ideology of 1789 gradually began to take shape exactly how the estates general should deliberate proved to be the pivotal . The french revolutionary and napoleonic wars began in 1792 just three years after the beginning of the french revolution quickly becoming a global conflict the french revolutionary wars saw france battling coalitions of european allies this approach continued with the rise of napoleon bonaparte and the start of the napoleonic wars in 1803. After the french revolution transformed france and threatened the old order of europe france fought a series of wars against the monarchies of europe to first protect and spread the revolution and then to conquer territory the later years were dominated by napoleon and frances enemy was seven coalitions of european states
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