Social Studies 9
posted by Sarah on .
Do you think Napoleon brayed the french revolution when he became emperor. imagine that marat, roberspierre and danton bring napoleon to trail after his defeat at waterloo. make up a list of changes these leaders of the french revoulrion might bring against him. how might he defend his actions ?
my answer: He became much more of a tyrant than any rules of the ancien regime . and he looked back to the roan empire and copied the romans in many ways. like the first consul, which he adopted after he overthew the directory, was really a roman title. he crowned himself as emperor, because he wanted compete control of the country's affairs and he even had a secret police force, which could arrest and detain anyone for almost any reason. and he also knew he had to remain popular with his people in order to suceed and I am not sure if he supported the ordinary people or not . PLEASE CORRECT IT OR ANYTHING. I REALLY NEED HELP.
You're sddressed the first question, but you haven't given your opinion. Note though, that I think you mean "betrayed," not "brayed."
I'll be glad to check your answers to the other two questions.
Thanks for correcting me :P but is this answer right though ?. and i know i havent given my opinion yet. and how would i write one though :P ?
Answer this question to show your opinion.
Do you think Napoleon betrayed the french revolution when he became emperor?
Yes, because with napoleon there was no liberty,equality and brotherhood. He made himself an emperor and made most of his brothers and sisters monarchs of various countries controlled by france . would this be right ?
Now -- what charges might the leaders of the revolution bring against him?
Thanks :) and i guess the charges might bring against him is that, he used roman laws, and was a tyrant leader ? :/ ima not very sure .
* he DID mess with all the neighboring countries and murdered the Prussians