Emperor Napoleon III


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Noun1.Emperor Napoleon III - nephew of Napoleon I and emperor of the French from 1852 to 1871 (1808-1873)Emperor Napoleon III - nephew of Napoleon I and emperor of the French from 1852 to 1871 (1808-1873)
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1870: Emperor Napoleon III, nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte, was deposed and the Third Republic declared in France.
Furniture features a headboard, footboard and a half canopy embellished in the style of the Emperor Napoleon III and the Empress Eugenie at the ChSteau de Saint-Cloud circa 1852-70.
In 1859 Swiss entrepreneur Jean Henri Dunant went in search of French Emperor Napoleon III, whom he hoped would help with a business venture.
HAPPENED ON THIS DAY 1870: Emperor Napoleon III, nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte, was deposed and the Third Republic declared in France, following the country's disastrous defeat in the Franco-Prussian War.
France was defeated and Emperor Napoleon III was captured.
Her attractiveness made French Emperor Napoleon III fall in love with her and marry her in 1853.
Eugenie was the wife of Emperor Napoleon III of France.
No one could have imagined that just three years later, this, and similar weapons, would be turned on France or that its ruler, Emperor Napoleon III, would have to abdicate and seek sanctuary in another exhibiting country, Great Britain.
1870 - Emperor Napoleon III surrenders at Sedan to encircling German troops.
French newspaper Sud Ouest reported they enjoyed a night at the Hotel du Palais in Biarritz which was once the summer palace of 19th century Emperor Napoleon III and his wife Eugenie de Montijo.
For their stay, the royal family chose a luxury five star hotel, which was home to 19th century emperor Napoleon III, according to a latest report.
After the Crimean War, in which Piedmont participated with an army against Russia to win the sympathy of Great Britain and France, fact that brought them a place in the Peace Congress in Paris in 1856, followed the secret meeting in Plombieres from 20 to 21 of July 1858 between the French emperor Napoleon III and the Prime Minister Camillo Benso di Cavour of Piedmont.