Emperor Napoleon III

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nephew of Napoleon I and emperor of the French from 1852 to 1871 (1808-1873)

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September 4 is the day emperor Napoleon III was deposed in 1870 and the Third French Republic was created.
The success of the house under Pierre-Franoaois peaked in 1853 with the creation of Eau de Cologne Impoyriale which was created for Empress Eugenie, wife of Emperor Napoleon III.
Emperor Napoleon III and Empress Eugenie ruled; Impressionists were painting; Jules Verne was writing, but Thomas Edison and the Statue of Liberty were more popular.
Yet Eugenie was viewed by many as 'an intrigante on the throne', as the British Foreign Secretary sneered, when she married the new Emperor Napoleon III in 1853.
Large scale excavations, carried out in the 1860s at the instigation of the emperor Napoleon III, revealed the Roman siege works around Mont Auxois at Alise-Sainte-Reine in Burgundy, recognised as those of the battle of Alesia, and this identification was fully endorsed by the vast Franco-German campaign of 1991-7 co-directed by Michel Redde and reported in this book.
France's Emperor Napoleon III decided to go a step further, and collect the debt by making Mexico into a French colony.
West Australian proved a disappointing sire and had passed into the ownership of Emperor Napoleon III by the time of his death in France in 1870, aged 20.
The Paris church of Notre-Dame de l'Assomption, donated to the Polish community by 19th century Emperor Napoleon III, is one of the best known.
Among European and American weaponry is an 1865 double-barreled pinfire shotgun given by Emperor Napoleon III to Oliver F.
At Tulane, Van Zante organized many exhibitions, most recently Lost New Orleans: Photographs by Theodore Lilienthal for Emperor Napoleon III, the subject also of a book by Van Zante to be published next year.
The Republic lasted just four years, until the President proclaimed himself Emperor Napoleon III.
September 4, 1962 More than 100 employees of a subsidiary firm of David Brown Tractors in Meltham were told they were being made redundant due to losses 1870: Emperor Napoleon III, nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte, was deposed and the Third Republic declared in France.
Commissions for similar portraits had first been assigned to the celebrated court painter Franz Xaver Winterhalter, who executed the official full-length pendant portraits of Emperor Napoleon III and Empress Eugenie in 1853 (present whereabouts unknown).
PARIS: Thieves broke down the gates of a chateau once used by Emperor Napoleon III yesterday and stole about 20 pieces of art, including vases, a clock and a small marble statue.
A RARE book signed by French Emperor Napoleon III was rediscovered during an ambitious cataloguing of 14,500 artifacts at a museum.