The world-war provocateur phenomenon


In 1804, after rising to lead the French Revolutionary Republic's government as head of the Napoleon-Ducos-Sieyès triumvirate executive branch



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In 1804, after rising to lead the French Revolutionary Republic's government as head of the Napoleon-Ducos-Sieyès triumvirate executive branch, . . .

  • Napoleon, already supreme commander of the French army, sidelined his sham regime and openly usurped absolute power of the nation's government and religious institutions by crowning himself Emperor of France.

  • He accomplished this feat through coercing the French Revolutionary Republic's enfeebled Senate and Tribunate, and then holding sham plebiscites to legitimize publicly his seizure of absolute power.




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