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Published by Hamilton in London .
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French Personalities and Problems () Excerpts; The Era of Franklin D. Roosevelt () The Price of Revolution () Politics in America () The French Nation: from Napoleon to Pétain, () America in the Modern World () American Aspects () Worlds in Conflict () France under the Republic () References.   Napoleon served as first consul of France from to In that time, Napoleon reformed the French educational system, developed a civil code (the Napoleonic Code), and negotiated the Concordat of He also initiated the Napoleonic Wars (c. –15), a series of wars that carried over into his reign as emperor of France (–14/   The outbreak of the French Revolution in resulted from a longer-term transformation of political culture. Central to this was the emergence of a self-conscious public opinion that viewed itself as national and sovereign. The failure of the French monarchy to adapt to this development culminated in its removal. The French nation was now sovereign, and hence able to set . About the Book Author J. David Markham is an internationally acclaimed historian and Napoleonic scholar. His major books include Napoleon’s Road to Glory: Triumphs, Defeats and Immortality (winner of the Napoleonic Society of America Literary Award); Imperial Glory: The Bulletins of Napoleon’s Grande Armée (winner of the International Napoleonic Society’s President’s Choice.