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Revolution! The American and French Revolutions, c. 1770 - 1804 CE
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The Enlightenment spreads across the West as the American and French Revolutions smash the older monarchies of Europe, and an ambitious young general, Napoleon Bonaparte, seizes power!

Anirudh Kanisetti
BITS Pilani (Goa), history blogger, artist, podcaster.

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To complete the answers. 1) The official title of the painting is Consecration of the Emperor Napoleon I and Coronation of the Empress Josephine in the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris on 2 December 1804. 2) Nelson's Column is a monument in Trafalgar Square in central London built to commemorate Admiral Horatio Nelson, who died at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.
Good job. Lemme bounce a question off of you, Rony: who crowned the Emperor Napoleon?
You told it during the lesson, he crowned himself... Correct me if I'm wrong :)
Thouseef V
3 years ago
“I saw the crown of France laying on the ground, so I picked it up with my sword.”
Hahaha, looks like everyone was paying attention. Cheers, guys. :)
Thouseef V
3 years ago
Thank you Anirudh :)
1. Napoleon on the day of his coronation. 2. Tower of London, Trafalgar Square, dedicated to napoleon.
Priyanshi Jajoo
3 years ago
2. dedicated to British admiral Horatio Nelson*
Well done, Priyanshi! :)
  1. Revolution!

  2. Welcome back! I'm Anirudh. I'm a history blogger, artist and BITS Pilani (Goa) graduate. You can find me at (Top writer on history!)

  3. We, the People The world is shaken by a new idea: democracy

  4. The American Revolution A new state rises

  5. Boston Tea Party: 1773 CE No Taxation Without Representation! The Thirteen Colonies Rebel

  6. Declaration of American Independence: 1776 CE A Chance for Revenge The American colonial militia is saved by French intervention

  7. A New Nation The American consciousness is shaped by Greece, Rome, and democracy

  8. 2 Vive la Revolution! The French Revolution Shakes Europe

  9. French Revolution Begins: 1789 CE France is in Trouble The monarchy is just too unpopular, the economy is in shambles, the Enlightenment has spread A FAUT ESPE

  10. Louis XVI quillotined: 1793 CE To Kill A King All hopes for a Constitutional Monarchy are dashed

  11. The State of the World The ageing monarchies watch France in fear Gr nde-Bretagne- frlande Hanovre fer Baltique Russie in Prusse Saxe Manch Maison d Autriche France Golfe de Gascogne Mer Noire Naples Sardaigne Portu al Espagne Empire Ottoman Alger Tunis Mer M diterran e

  12. A.New Europe Guess what's next!

  13. Thanks! Any questions? You can find me at: @indicusmaximus The Augustan Blog