Effects Of Napoleons Regime In Europe German History Comment

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Napoleon in Europa: Besatzung oder Befreiung?
“Der Export der Revolution nach Europa war und blieb ein ambivalentes Unterfangen das stets zwischen Besatzung und Befreigung oszillierte.”
Napoleons Machteingreif in Europa kann man weder als eindeutige Besatzung noch als eindeutige Befreiung bezeichnen.
Es gab Vorteile zum Geschehen, jedoch war es ins Gesammt weit entfernt von einer Befreiung.
Napoleon wollte ein geeinigtes Europa, etwas wie die Europäische Union heututage, also gleiche Währung und einheitliche MaSSe, für die Napoleon zu bedanken ist.
Das Ziel war ein grosses Staat mit der Hauptstadt in Paris, wobei Import und Export vereinfacht wären und bei Kriegen ein Bündniss.
Er hat ausserdem ungewollt die Gründung des heutigen Deutschlands verursacht, indem der Rheinbund gegründet wurde und das “Heilige römische Reich Deutscher Nationen” von 400 Kleinstaaten bis auf weniger als 30 reduzierte. Und grosse Stätdte gegründet wodurch mehrere Vorteile für Bürger entstand, wie Arbeitsplätze und moderneres Leben und tre4ibt somit die Gesellschaft an.
Ausserdem führte er sein Land aus der französischen Revolution. Er hat Frankreich von der absoluten Monarchie befreit so wie auch von einem privilegiertem Adel. Die Diskrimmination, vor allen von Juden wurde geringer, dieses kenzeichetman wir de Judenemanzipation. Insgesammt kann man hier vom Code Civile reden, was viel Gleichheit brachte zwischen den Bürge...


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