exile on Elba

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  • They remained married until his death, though she did not join him in exile on Elba and thereafter never saw her husband again.
  • She was the only Bonaparte sibling to visit her brother during his exile on Elba.
  • During Napoleon's short exile on Elba, he informed Berthier of his projects.
  • With this treaty, the allies ended Napoleon's rule as emperor of France and sent him into exile on Elba.
  • In 1815, war breaks out once more as Napoleon returns to France from exile on Elba.
  • Napoleon learned of her death via a French journal while in exile on Elba, and stayed locked in his room for two days, refusing to see anyone.
  • She married General Bertrand, and they both accompanied Napoleon into exile on Elba and St Helena.
  • During his exile on Elba, the Aleatico wines of the island became a favorite drink of Napoleon.
  • The French Executive Commission of 1815 replaced the French government of the Hundred Days that had been formed by Napoleon after his return from exile on Elba.
  • When the emperor returned from his exile on Elba he confirmed Collin as Minister of State, named him a peer of France and first president of the Court of Accounts.
  • In February, Napoleon had escaped from his exile on Elba; he entered Paris on 20 March, beginning the Hundred Days of his restored rule.
  • Napoleon left his exile on Elba and landed on the mainland near Cannes on 1 March 1815.
  • Defeated at Paris on 6 April 1814, Napoleon was compelled to renounce his throne and sent into exile on Elba.
  • Defeated at Paris on April 6, 1814, Napoleon was compelled to renounce his throne and sent into exile on Elba.
  • In 1814, as a first lieutenant of the, he escorted Napoleon into his exile on Elba, and was one of three officers responsible for the arrangements for the arrival of Napoleon.
  • From exile on Elba twenty years later, Napoleon analyzed the Battle of Stockach and the French defeat: its cause, he concluded, lay in Jourdan's division of force.
  • After Napoleon's defeat in the War of the Sixth Coalition, when Napoleon was forced into exile on Elba, the only unit he was allowed to keep as guards were the Polish Lancers.
  • Allied to an increasingly resurgent European coalition, the British invaded southern France forcing Napoleon to abdicate and go into exile on Elba in 1814.
  • The game would end if France is conquered (Paris captured) twice, as after a first conquest Napoleon is deemed to go into exile on Elba, a die being rolled on each turn thereafter until he returns (there is a slim chance that he may be killed by Royalist French troops on his way back).
  • As the government, was dispersed in the twinkling of an eye, by the intelligence that the Napoleon Bonaparte had returned to France from exile on Elba and was marching rapidly upon Paris.
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