Napoleon Bonaparte As An “enlightened Absolutist” Or As A Power-Hungry Conqueror

Napoleon Bonaparte as an “Enlightened Absolutist” or as a Power-Hungry Conqueror

"Absolutism," a term first came into use in the nineteenth century. It describes a form of government and the government, which turned into the early modern period and dominated the seventeenth and eighteenth century, Central and Western Europe (though not Britain) during the formation of modern states.

The term itself, as well as the period during which he prevailed, is by no means harsh. He was less accepted in France and England than in Germany, where it has also led to problems in the coming decades. Any attempt to define absolutism should ...
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