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How did Napoleon III use nationalism?
Last Updated: 14th January, 2020
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In this regard, how did Napoleon contribute to nationalism?
Napoleon Bonaparte promoted French nationalism based upon the ideals of the French Revolution such as the idea of "liberty, equality, fraternity" and justified French expansionism and French military campaigns on the claim that France had the right to spread the enlightened ideals of the French Revolution across Europe
Also, what is the relationship between Napoleon I and Napoleon III? Napoleon III, born Charles-Louis Napoleon in 1808 (also known as Louis-Napoleon), was nephew of Napoleon I. His father was Louis Bonaparte, younger brother to Napoleon I.
Considering this, how did Napoleon III come to power?
After the Revolution of 1848, in 1850, Napoleon III was elected president of the Second Republic. He served in that position until 1852, when he was made emperor—a position he held until 1870, when the disastrous Franco-Prussian War led to his capture. He was deposed and sent to England, where he died in 1873.
How did Napoleon the third die?