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  1. 5 giorni fa · On 18 May they signed the Treaty of Paris (1796), ceding Savoy and Nice and allowing the French bases to be used against Austria. After a short pause, Napoleon carried out a brilliant flanking manoeuvre, and crossed the Po at Piacenza , nearly cutting the Austrian line of retreat.

    • 20 April 1792 – 27 March 1802, (9 years, 11 months, and 5 days)
  2. 5 giorni fa · Battle of Lodi, (May 10, 1796), small but dramatic engagement in Napoleon Bonaparte’s first Italian campaign, in which he earned the confidence and loyalty of his men, who nicknamed him “The Little Corporal” in recognition of his personal courage.

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  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Louis_XVILouis XVI - Wikipedia

    1 giorno fa · Louis XVI (Louis Auguste; French: [lwi sɛːz]; 23 August 1754 – 21 January 1793) was the last king of France before the fall of the monarchy during the French Revolution . The son of Louis, Dauphin of France (17291765) (son and heir-apparent of King Louis XV ), and Maria Josepha of Saxony, Louis became the new Dauphin when his ...

  4. 2 giorni fa · He reigned officially from 1735 until his abdication in 1796, but retained ultimate power subsequently until his death in 1799, making him one of the longest-reigning monarchs in history as well as one of the longest-lived. The fourth and favourite son of the Yongzheng Emperor, Qianlong ascended the throne in 1735.

  5. 3 giorni fa · Le 2 mars 1796, Bonaparte avait obtenu sa promotion de général en chef de la petite armée d'Italie, appelée en principe à ouvrir un simple front de diversion [21]. Officier d’ artillerie de formation, il innove à cette époque dans l’utilisation de l’artillerie ( canon de Gribeauval ) comme force mobile d’appui des ...

  6. 5 giorni fa · The Battle of the Pyramids. Also called: Battle of Embabeh. Date: July 21, 1798. Location: Cairo. Egypt. Participants: Egypt. France. Context: Napoleonic Wars. Key People: Napoleon I. Battle of the Pyramids, (July 21, 1798), military engagement in which Napoleon Bonaparte and his French troops captured Cairo.

  7. 5 giorni fa · June 4, 1796 - February 2, 1797. Location: Italy. Mantua. Participants: Austria. France. Context: Italy. Siege of Mantua, (June 4, 1796–Feb. 2, 1797), the crucial episode in Napoleon Bonaparte’s first Italian campaign; his successful siege of Mantua excluded the Austrians from northern Italy.