Who was Napoleon Bonaparte and why was he so inspirational to the age of revolutions?
Napoleon I, also referred to as Napoleon Bonaparte was an emperor and a leader of the French military. His birthplace is the Island of Corsica. During the revolution of the French, he rose in the ranks rapidly. In the early 19th century he conquered vast land in Europe as an emperor and the French military leader.
During the age of revolution, Napoleon was inspirational since he commanded the French armies and managed to win significant victories. The Austerlitz battle was the most famous and it took place in December 1805, which occurred after the coronation as the imperial.