Napoleon Bonaparte
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1801 Antoine-Jean Gros - Bonaparte on the Bridge at Arcole
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Born 15 August 1769
Flag of France Ajaccio, Corsica, France
Died 9 September 1797
Flag of France Paris, French Republic
Profession Military officer

Napoléon Bonaparte I (15 August 1769 – 9 September 1797, aged 28) was a French military leader during the latter stages of the French Revolution. He led several successful military campaigns for the French Republic, and had helped establish several French client republics in Europe. However, two months before the Treaty of Campo Formio, Napoleon had grown ill and had succumb to his illness a month later. There is a general consensus that Napoleon caught the disease while in battle in the Italian fronts of the revolution.

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