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(Louis Napoleon Bonaparte), 1808–73, emperor of the French (1852–70), son of Louis Bonaparte (see under Bonaparte, family), king of Holland. Early Life
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(4.) Charles Louis Napoleon Bonaparte was brought up in exile in Switzerland.
One or more blacks, such as Louis Napoleon, saw something that needed to be done and could be done, and they did it.
Deleage's account of the brief involvement of Louis Napoleon Bonaparte, the Prince Imperial, in England's war against the Zulus is frankly admiring.
Two decades later, it did: President Louis Napoleon became Emperor Napoleon III, and for the second time France found itself in the hands of a Bonaparte dictator.
We found something that the French call Louis Napoleon. That is the last French Emperor, who got thrown out after the French got a kicking in the Franco-Prussian War some time in the 1870s.
Margarine Margarine was invented in 1870 by scientist Hippolyte MAge-Mouriez in response to a directive from Emperor Louis Napoleon III of France, who wanted an alternative to butter.
Louis Napoleon III, emperor of the country known the world over for its rich, buttery dishes, offered a prize to the inventor of a cheap edible fat that could supply the military and the lower classes.
Orsini went to the guillotine in 1858 after hurling his invention at Louis Napoleon. He missed, but he killed eight and injured 156.
Tocqueville's book, written in the aftermath of Louis Napoleon's coup d'etat, was intended to promote a revival of democratic liberalism in France.
Joseph Bonaparte, brother of Napoleon I, took La Peregrina to France and to Prince Louis Napoleon who in 1837 fell upon financial hardship and sold it to the Marquis of Abercorn.
In 1852, it was becoming clear that Louis Napoleon Bonaparte and his henchmen had seized control of the French government in order to create a new French Empire.
He managed to win the vital backing of Louis Napoleon and neutralise the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, but he was never able to convince the British Prime Minister Lord Palmerston who was determined to prevent the canal's completion.