By Alexander Grab
Napoleon and the Transformation of Europe:
- examines the formation of Napoleon's Empire, the Emporer's impression all through Europe, and the way the Continent replied to his policies
- specializes in the imperative advancements and occasions within the ten states that comprised Napoleon's Grand Empire: France itself, Belgium, Germany, the Illyrian Provinces, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain, and Switzerland
- analyses Napoleon's exploitation of occupied Europe
- discusses the wide reform rules Napoleon introduced in Europe, assesses their luck, and argues that the French chief was once an enormous reformer and a catalyst of modernity on a ecu scale
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