Who led the French army during?
French Revolutionary Wars
Hitherto unknown general Napoleon Bonaparte began his first campaign in Italy in April 1796. In less than a year, French armies under Napoleon decimated the Habsburg forces and evicted them from the Italian peninsula, winning almost every battle and capturing 150,000 prisoners.
Who was France’s military leader?
Famous French Military Leaders
|Jean Lafitte||c. 1780–c. 1823||French|
Who led the French army in the Battle of Puebla?
Battle of Puebla, (May 5, 1862), battle fought at Puebla, Mexico, between the army of the liberal government headed by Benito Juárez and the French forces sent by Napoleon III to establish a French satellite state in Mexico.
Who is the famous leader of France?
Napoleon Bonaparte came to prominence during the French Revolution and Revolutionary Wars as a formidable military and political leader. He engineered a coup in November 1799 and became the First Consul of the Republic. Emboldened, he increased his status to the first Emperor of the French in 1804.