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Emperor Louis-Napoleon Louis Napolean Bonaparte, President of France & Napoleon III Emperor of France

French: Empereur des Français Charles Louis Napoléon Bonaparte, President of France & Napoleon III Emperor of France
Also Known As: "Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte", "Charles Louis Napoléon Bonaparte", "Шарл Луи Наполеон Бонапарт (Наполеон III)", "Carlos Luis Bonaparte", "III", "Emperor of France"
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Birthplace: Paris, Île-de-France, France
Death: January 09, 1873 (64)
Camden Place, Chislehurst, Kent, England (United Kingdom) (Reportedly kidney failure and septicaemia, however, it has long been suspected that his operation was botched resulting in death)
Place of Burial: Farnborough, Hampshire, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:

Son of Louis I Bonaparte King of Holland, Prince of France, Count of Saint-Leu and Hortense de Beauharnais, Duchesse de Saint-Leu, Reine de Hollande
Husband of Eugénie de Montijo, Empress consort of France
Fiancé of Princess Mathilde Bonaparte
Partner of Eleanor Bure; Virginia Oldoini, Countess of Castiglione; Marguerite Bellanger; Louise de Riquet, Comtesse de Caraman; Fanny Valentine Haussmann and 1 other
Ex-partner of Mademoiselle Rachel and Contessa de Beauregard Elizabeth Ann Trelawny
Father of Conte di Orx Eugene Alexandre-Louis Bure, earl of Orx; Alexandre Louis-Ernest Bure, comte Labenne; Conte di Labenne Louis Ernest Bure; Louis Napoléon Bonaparte, prince imperial; Jules Hadot and 3 others
Brother of Napoleon Charles, Prince Royal and Louis II of Holland
Half brother of Luigi Conte di Castelvecchio; Pieter Hofland (Bonaparte) and Duc Charles* Auguste Louis Joseph de Morny

Occupation: Empereur des Français, Empereur Napoléon III
Managed by: Carlos F. Bunge
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About Napoleon III President & Emperor of France, Co-Prince of Andorra

Napoleon III, ne Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte,
born in Paris, France, 20 April 1808,
died 9 January 1873, Chislehurst, Kent, England, age 64.

1st President of the French Second Republic (term 20 December 1848 – 2 December 1852)

Emperor of the Second French Empire (reign 2 December 1852 – 4 September 1870).

Co-Prince of the nation of Andorra (reign 20 December 1848 - 4 September 1870)


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_co-princes_of_Andorra http://www.elysee.fr/la-presidence/louis-napoleon-bonaparte/

Royal house

House of Bonaparte

Family

  1. Spouse Eugénie de Montijo daughter of Cipriano Cyprien and María Manuela Enriqueta Kirkpatrick de Closbourn y Grevigné
    1. Louis Napoléon, Prince Imperial
  2. Mistress Mathilde Bonaparte his cousin and fiancee.
  3. Mistress Maria Anna Schiess of Allensbach (Lake of Constance, Germany), mother of his son Bonaventur Karrer.
    1. Bonaventur Karrer
  4. Mistress Alexandrine Éléonore Vergeot laundress at the prison at Ham, mother of his sons Alexandre Louis Eugène and Louis Ernest Alexandre.
    1. Alexandre Louis Eugène
    2. Louis Ernest Alexandre
  5. Mistress Elisa Rachel Felix, the "most famous actress in Europe".
  6. Mistress Harriet Howard wealthy and a major financial backer.
  7. Mistress Virginia Oldoini, Countess di Castiglione Spy, Artist and famous beauty, sent by Camillo Cavour to influence the Emperor's politics.
  8. Mistress Marie-Anne Waleska, a possible mistress, who was the wife of Count Alexandre Joseph Count Colonna-Walewski, his relative and foreign minister.
  9. Mistress Marguerite Bellange, also known as Justine Marie Le Boeuf actress and acrobatic dancer. Bellanger was falsely rumoured to be the illegitimate daughter of a hangman, and was the most universally loathed of the mistresses, though perhaps his favorite.
  10. Mistress Countess Louise de Mercy-Argenteau, likely a platonic relationship, author of The Last Love of an Emperor, her reminiscences of her association with the emperor.

Napoleon III was the son of Louis I King of Holland and Hortense de Beauharnais

Napoléon III, also known as Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte (full name Charles Louis Napoléon Bonaparte) (20 April 1808 – 9 January 1873) was the first President of the French Republic and the only emperor of the Second French Empire. He holds the unusual distinction of being both the first titular president and the last monarch of France.

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Napoleon III eli Charles Louis Napoléon Bonaparte (20. huhtikuuta 1808 – 9. tammikuuta 1873) oli Ranskan presidentti ja keisari. Hän oli Napoleon Bonaparten veljenpoika.Ludvig Napoleon joutui pakenemaan Ranskasta lapsena heinäkuussa 1815, Napoleonin kukistumisen jälkeen. Hän eli nuoruudessaan Sveitsissä, Saksassa ja Italiassa ja vietti varakasta elämää. Hän päätti jo nuorena tulla Ranskan hallitsijaksi ja olla setänsä veroinen.
Napoleon palasi helmikuun 1848 vallankumouksen jälkeen Ranskaan. Louis Napoléon valittiin kansalliskokoukseen syyskuussa 1848. Hänet valittiin joulukuussa 1848 Ranskan toisen tasavallan presidentiksi. Louis Napoléon sai yli 5 miljoonaa ääntä, kun taas vastustaja Louis Eugène Cavaignac sai yli miljoona ääntä. Louis Napoleon teki vallankaappauksen 1851 ja kruunautti itsensä keisari Napoleon III:ksi 2. joulukuuta 1852. Senaatti oli ehdottanut hänen julistamistaan keisariksi saman vuoden marraskuussa. Ranskaa hänen keisarikaudellaan sanotaan toiseksi keisarikunnaksi (ransk. le Second Empire). Tappiot sodassa Preussia vastaan aiheuttivat syyskuussa 1870 sekä hänen joutumisensa Sedanissa sotavankeuteen, että vallankumouksen ja Kolmannen tasavallan syntymisen.Napoleon III kuoli maanpaossa 9. tammikuuta 1873 Englannissa. Hänellä oli puoliso Eugénie. Napoleon III:n poika Eugene kaatui Etelä-Afrikassa taistellessaan englantilaisten puolella zuluja vastaan.


Napoleon III fornyer Paris

Napoleon hadde store planer for Frankrike og spesielt for hovedstaden Paris. Keiserens visjon var at Paris skulle være Europas midtpunkt og ledende kulturby.

Napoleon hentet inn Eugène Haussmann for å lage et nytt Paris og gjøre den til verdens vakreste by. Haussmann fikk frie hender, og brukte sin makt til å anlegge et storslagent nettverk av brede avenyer tvers igjennom gammel bebyggelse. Det medførte at det meste som var igjen fra middelalderens Paris ble jevnet med jorden. Det gamle Paris med sine små smug og gamle rønner forsvant, og frem vokste det Paris som vi kjenner i dag med sine brede avenyer og bulevarder, store parker og praktbygg.

Det ble gitt strenge regler for byggehøyde og arkitektonisk utforming på nye leiegårder og boliger. Flere praktfulle monumentalbygg ble reist, som operaen, nå kalt Opéra Garnier etter sin arkitekt. Mange akser ble anlagt i den hensikt å fremheve både gamle og nye monumentalbygg.

Byggearbeidene ble svært kostbare; Napoleon III bevilget et beløp på 250 millioner franc i 1865, og nye 260 mill. i 1869. I alt berørte Baron Haussmanns plan 60 % av datidens Paris.

Onde tunger visket at keiseren med sin byfornyelse hadde en skjult agenda. De brede gatene fungerte dårlig til barrikadebygging, så det ville være lett for hæren å slå ned eventuelle fremtidige opprør. Bulevardene ville også lett kunne kontrolleres med artilleri.

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1808
April 20, 1808
Paris, Île-de-France, France
1839
1839
1843
February 25, 1843
Paris, Ile-de-France, France
1845
March 19, 1845
Paris, Ile-de-France, France
1847
January 1847
1848
1848
Age 39
1856
March 16, 1856
Paris, Île-de-France, France
1863
1863
1865
1865