History One-Liners for various competitive examination

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History One-Liners for various competitive examination

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 Maximum questions come from this portion of different competitive exams.

Here are some important History one-liners for students competing for various exams

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1- Napoleon Bonaparte was born on August 15th, 1769 at Ajaccio on the island of Corsica.


2- Napoleon sowed the seeds of nationalism in Italy and made it a prosperous country.


3- Napoleon Bonaparte was educated in Paris. He was fond of studying History, Geography, Politics, Mathematics and Philosophy.


4- Napoleon implemented the Continental System to isolate England and defeat it in an indirect way.


5- In 1813, a fierce battle was fought between the Allied Nations and Napoleon at Leipzeg for three days. This battle was called ‘The Battle of Nations.’


6-The aim of Napoleon was to make France the supreme power in the World.


7-Napoleon was deported to a small island of Elba.


8- Napoleon resisted the English naval fleet from capturing Toulon and forced them to go back. So for his brave effort, he was promoted as Brigadier General.


9-Napoleon was finally defeated in the battle of Waterloo on 18th June 1815.


10-The British Naval commander, Nelson, defeated Napoleon in his battle against Egypt.


11-Napoleon was sent to a rocky island, St. Helena. He died there in 1821.


12- Rousseau was a great thinker and Philosopher of France. Rousseau’s influence was there on Napoleon Bonaparte.


13- The Congress of Viena was held in 1815. Restoration and legitimacy, the balance of power and compensation, rewards and punishments were the guiding principles of the Congress of Viena.


14- The main reasons for the failure of the Congress of Viena were that it ignored the feelings of the common people. The ideas of liberty, equality, and fraternity were not respected.


15- Liberalism and Nationalism were the legacies of the French Revolution.


16-The King of France in 1830 was Louis XVIII.


17- During the French Revolution of 1830, Charles X was the ruler of France.


18-Louis Philipe of France called himself as ‘Peoples King’.


19- Theirs was a historian and a political leader of the Reform party in France.


20- Guizot was the minister of Louis Philipe.


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