How They Croaked
By: Izzy Shaw
About Napoleon Bonaparte
Napoleon Bonaparte was born on August 15, 1769 in Corsica, France. He was the emperor of France, because he chose to. The only reason he chose to become emperor of France is because there was nobody ruling after the French Revolution. In many paintings of him, he always had his hand tucked into his shirt or in his jacket pocket. He never knew what he was holding was the area that killed him. He passed away on May 5, 1821.
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Napoleon Bonaparte became leader of France after the French Revolution. Later on, he took over Italy, Prussia (Germany), Austria, and many other countries. He was married twice; his first wife didn't really care much for him. And his second wife was too caught up with Napoleon II. Great Britain, Austria, Prussia, and Russia were getting sick of Napoleon, so they captured him and exiled him to an island by the name of Elba. He wasn't much of an island person. Time went by and later he returned to France and got all the power back that he once had. One hundred days later, Prussian and Britain armies defeated Napoleon and captured him and he was once again exiled to another island called St. Helena.