Napoleonic War


The Napoleonic War was influenced by the French Revolution and began his milatary history. The information is based on internet research.  We hope to continue research and include some helpful references in the future.

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1799 Beginning of the Napoleonic Era
1799 End of the French Revolution History
April 18, 1800 Massena besieged in Genoa.
May 3, 1800 Moreau victor in Battle of Stockach.
May 15-21, 1800 Army of Reserve crosses the Alps.
June 14, 1800 Battle of Marengo.
September 5, 1800 French forced to surrender Malta.
December 5, 1800 Battle of Hohenlinden.
February 9, 1801 Napoleon signs the Treaty of Luneville with Austria.
March 21, 1801 French forces in Egypt capitulate.
March 23, 1801 Tsar Paul murdered; Alexander succeeds.
April 2, 1801 British attack Copenhagen. Nelson’s famous ‘blind eye’.
July 15, 1801 Napoleon signs Concordat with the Pope.
March 27, 1802 Treaty of Amiens signed with Great Britain.
August 2, 1802 Napoleon made Consul for life.
October 15, 1802 France invades Switzerland.
April 30, 1803 Napoleon sells Louisiana to United States.
May 18, 1803 Britain declares war.
June 1, 1803 Napoleon begins to prepare invasion of Britain.
French take Hanover.
March 21. 1804 Duc d’Enghien murdered. Promulgation of the Civil code.
May 18, 1804 Napoleon proclaimed Emperor
May 19, 1804 Marshalate created.
December 2, 1804 Napoleon’s coronation as Emperor.
December 14, 1804 Spain declares war on Britain.
April 11, 1805 Britain and Russia ally (beginning of 3rd Coalition).
May 26, 1805 Napoleon crowned King of Italy.
August 9, 1805 Austria joins 3rd Coalition.
October 20, 1805 Battle of Ulm.
October 21, 1805 Battle of Trafalgar.
November 15, 1805 Napoleon enters Vienna.
December 2, 1805 Battle of Austerlitz.
December 26, 1805 Treaty of Pressburg between Austria and France.
April 1, 1806 Joseph Bonaparte becomes King of Naples.
June 20, 1806 Louis Bonaparte becomes King of Holland.
July 12, 1806 Confederation of the Rhine established.
October 6, 1806 Fourth Coalition (Russia, Prussia, Britain,
and Sweden) formed.
October 14, 1806 Battle of Jena. Battle of Auerstadt.
October 26, 1806 Napoleon enters Berlin.
November 21, 1806 Berlin degree begins the Continental System,
which attempts to reduce Britain by blockade.
December 16, 1806 French enter Warsaw.
February 8, 1807 Battle of Eylau.
March 18, 1807 Seige of Danzig begins.
May 27, 1807 Danzig falls.
June 14, 1807 Battle of Friedland.
July 7, 1807 Treaty of Tilsit between France, Prussia and Russia.
July 19, 1807 Grand Duchy of Warsaw instituted.
September 2-7 , 1807 British attack Copenhagen destroying the Danish fleet.
October 27, 1807 Treaty of Fontainebleu; France and Spain agree to
attack Portugal.
November 30, 1807 Junot occupies Lisbon.
May 2, 1808 Murat suppresses Madrid uprising.
June 6, 1808 Joseph Bonaparte proclaimed King of Spain.
July 22, 1808 Battle of Bailen. Significantly damages French military
reputation.
August 21, 1808 Battle of Vimeiro. Wellington defeats French forces
in Portugal.
November 5, 1808 Napoleon assumes command in Spain.
December 4, 1808 Napoleon enters Madrid.
January 17, 1809 Napoleon returns to France.
April 9, 1809 Austrians invade Bavaria.
April 20, 1809 Battle of Abensburg.
April 21, 1809 Battle of Landshut.
April 22, 1809 Battle of Eckmuhl.
May 21-22, 1809 Battle of Essling.
July 6, 1809 Battle of Wagram.
October 14, 1809 Treaty of Schonbrunn between Austria and France.
December 15, 1809 Napoleon divorces Joesphine.
April 22, 1810 Napoleon marries Marie-Louise of Austria.
July 9, 1810 Messena takes Cuidad Rodrigo.
September 27, 1810 Battle of Bussaco.
October 10, 1810 Wellington retires behind Lines of Torres Verdes.
March 5, 1811 Messena begins withdrawal from Portugal.
March 20, 1811 Marie-Louise bears Napoleon a son, who is given the
title ‘King of Rome’.
May 3-5 , 1811 Battle of Fuentes de Onoro.
May 15, 1811 Battle of Albuera.
December 23, 1811 Napoleon begins preparations to invade Russia.
January 19, 1812 Wellington captures Ciudad Rodrigo.
April 6, 1812 Wellington captures Badajoz.
June 20, 1812 Sixth Coalition formed.
June 24, 1812 Napoleon invades Russia.
July 22, 1812 Battle of Salmanca.
August 17-19 , 1812 Battle of Smolensk.
September 7, 1812 Battle of Borodino.
September 14, 1812 Napoleon enters Moscow.
October 19, 1812 Napoleon leaves Moscow.
October 21, 1812 Wellington repulsed at Burgos.
October 24-25, 1812 Battle of Maloyaroslavets.
November 26-28,  1812 Battle of the Beresina.
December 30, 1812 Yorck signs Convention of Tauroggen by which his
Prussian Corps defects from the French Grande Armee.
March 4, 1813 Russians enter Berlin.
March 16, 1813 Prussia declares war on France.
May 2, 1813 Battle of Lutzen. (Gross-Gorshcen).
May 20-21, 1813 Battle of Bautzen.
May 23, 1813 Wellington advances into Spain.
June 4, 1813 Armistice of Pleichwitz begins.
June 12, 1813 French evacuate Madrid.
June 21, 1813 Battle of Vitoria.
August 12, 1813 Austria declares war on France.
August 17, 1813 Armistice of Pleichwitz ends.
August 23, 1813 Battle of Grossbeeren.
August 26, 1813 Battle of Katzbach.
August 26-27, 1813 Battle of Dresden.
August 30, 1813 Battle of Kulm.
September 6, 1813 Battle of Dennewitz.
October 3, 1813 Battle of Wartenburg.
October 16-19, 1813 Battle of Leipzig.
October 30, 1813 Battle of Hanau.
November 10, 1813 Battle of Nivelle.
January 29, 1814 Battle of Brienne.
February 1, 1814 Battle of La Rothiere.
February 10, 1814 Battle of Champaubert.
February 11, 1814 Battle of Montmirail.
February 14, 1814 Battle of Vauchamps.
March 9, 1814 Battle of Laon.
March 20-21, 1814 Battle of Arcis-sur-Aube.
March 30, 1814 Allies enter Paris.
April 6, 1814 Napoleon abdicates.
April 10, 1814 Battle of Toulouse. Wellington defeats Soult.
February 26, 1815 Napoleon escapes Elba.
March 1, 1815 Napoleon lands in France.
March 20, 1815 Napoleon enters Paris.
June 15, 1815 Napoleon crosses into Belgium.
June 16, 1815 Battle of Ligny. Battle of Quartre Bras.
June 18, 1815 Battle of Waterloo. Battle of Wavre.
June 22, 1815 Napoleon abidicates.