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Napoleonic Wars- Whos Who? Extreme Quiz!

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Last updated: February 6, 2022
First submittedJanuary 16, 2018
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Countries- Major Nations
France
 
Great Britain
 
Austria
 
Russia
 
Prussia
 
Spain
Minor Nations
Portugal
(Minor Role) Mainly 1798-9
Ottoman Empire
 
Sweden
 
Denmark
 
Belgium
 
Netherlands
 
Poland
German State
Saxony
German State
Bavaria
German State
Hessen
Italian State
Naples
Italian State
Papal State
Italian State
Sardinia
Egypt Regime
Mamlukes
Heads of State- Emperor of the French
Napoleon
King of Great Britain
George III
Prince Regent of Great Britain
George IV
Kaiser of Holy Roman Empire/ Austria
Franz II and I
Kaiser of Prussia
Fredrick Wilhelm III
Assasinated Czar of Russia
Paul I
Czar of Russia
Alexander I
King of Spain
Ferdinand VII
Marshal/ King of Sweden
Bernadotte
French Marshals- Iron Marshal
Davout
'Bravest of the Brave'
Ney
Hero of Austerlitz
Soult
'Spoiled Child of Victory'
Massena
Leader of the French Cavalry Reserve
Murat
Napoleon's Chief of Staff
Berthier
Served almost exclusively in Spain
Moncey
'Hero of Flerus'
Jourdan
Major looter
Augereau
Led the National Guard
Brune
Napoleon's professed Best Friend
Lannes
'Organised and led the Young Guard'
Mortier
Old Guard Cavalry
Bessieres
Battle of Vimero
Kellerman
Came out of Retirement to fight on
Lefebvre
Very unexceptional
Perignon
Old School
Serurier
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Made Marshal in 1808
Victor
'For France'
Macdonald
'For the Army'
Oudinot
'For Friendship'
Marmont
Only Marshal made in Spain
Suchet
Only fought with Napoleon once
Saint Cyr
Polish Marshal
Poniatowski
Last Marshal
Grouchy
Napoleon's Rival/ Allied Advisor
Moreau
Austrian Generals- Brother to Kaiser
Archduke Charles
Brother to Kaiser
Archduke John
Led the invasion of Poland 1809
Archduke Ferdinand
The Unfortunate (Battle of Ulm)
Mack
Commander in chief of the Allied armies
Schwarzenberg
Chief of Staff of the Austrian army
Radetzky
Russian Generals- Opted to Abandon Moscow
Kutuzov
Undefeated Commander, died in 1800
Suvorov
Scorched Earth tactics
Barclay de Tolly
Russian Commander in Chief 1806-7
Bennigsen
Died of wounds at Borodino, 1812
Bagration
Russian Commander in Chiefs early 1813
Tormasov/ Miloradovich
Famously scared of Napoleon at the Berezina
Wittgenstein
Russian Admiral
Chichagov
Prussian Generals- Scourge of Napoleon
Blucher
Seven Years War/ Commander in Chief of Prussian Army
Brunswick
Faced Napoleon 1806 at Jena
Hohenlohe
Ordered Retreat to Wavre after battle in 1815
Gneisenau
First Prussian Chief of Staff
Scharnhorst
Wrote his Art of War
Clausewitz
British Generals- Iron Duke
Wellington
Led Spanish Expedition while above was in Court
Moore
Great British Admiral
Nelson
Spanish Generals- Escaped French Navy/ Army
Romana
Surrendered Valanecia
Blake
Spanish General who famously defeated a French Army
Castanos
Diplomats- French Grand Chamberlain
Talleyrand
Austrian Chancellor
Metternich
Prussian Prime Minister
Hardenberg
Russian Progressive Prime Minister
Speransky
French Minister of Police
Fouche
Key Battles, Italy 1796-7
Lodi
 
Arcole
Egypt 1798
Pyramids
 
Acre
Italy 1800
Marengo
Austria 1805
Ulm
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Austerlitz
Germany 1806-7
Jena-Auerstedt
 
Eylau
 
Friedland
Spanish Peninsula 1808-14
Corunna
 
Talavera
 
Salamanca
 
Vitoria
Austria 1809
Aspern-Essling
 
Wagram
Russia 1812
Borodino
Europe 1813-14
Lutzen/ Bautzen
 
Dresden
 
Leipzig
 
Paris
100 Days Campaign 1815
Ligny
 
Waterloo
Napoleon Born on:
Corsica
Exiled:
Elba
 
St. Helena
Peace Treaty after the Napoleonic Wars
Congress of Vienna
Napoleon's Wives
Joséphine
 
Marie Louise
French King who returned to the throne
Louis XVIII
Napoleon's Brothers
Joseph
 
Louis
 
Jerome
 
Lucien
Napoleon's Son in Law
Eugene
Napoleon's Son
Napoleon II
French Legal Code
Code Napoleon
Monument Built in Paris to comemorate Victorys
Arc de Triomphe
Position Napoleon gained after 1799 Coup
First Consul
French Imperial Religion
Catholic
New French Government in 1799
Consulate
Napoleon Crowned Emperor in
1804
French Royalist Region, Pacified
Vendee
First ever Policy of Economic Warfare 1806
Continental System
Policy to make peace with the Church 1801
Concordat
Institution created in 1800 to control inflation
Bank of France
French Ambassador to Russia 1812
Caulaincourt
Period in French History Napoleon Ended
Reign of Terror
Napoleon's Lover
Marie Walewska
Ruler of Second French Empire (Ancestor)
Napoleon III
Name of Project to Unite Germany
Confederation of the Rhine
French General, Later Prime Minister
Gerard
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Level 58
Feb 2, 2018
Please accept "Saint Helena" and "Terror/Terreur". Also, the Code Napoléon is *not* a constitution but a systematic collection of laws! (also accept by the way: Napoleonic Code, Code civil des Français; Code civil; Civil code)
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Level 27
Mar 8, 2018
Done and Done, hope you like the changes. I am quite surprised that anyone actually found this quiz so I hope that you enjoyed it. If you want any further changes I would be happy to be obliged.

Regards

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Level 85
Apr 8, 2018
Tough quiz, thanks for making it. Please consider accepting Battle of the Pyramids and Hesse; tried both of those and then gave up when they didn't work.
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Level 27
Apr 1, 2021
Sorry for the extremely late reply, thanks for using the quiz, the changes have been made!

Regards

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Level 24
Feb 25, 2021
aw man, 91% i got
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Level 27
Apr 1, 2021
So close my friend, did you do it out of your own knowledge by any chance, is there any way I can improve the quiz to make it a fun one to come back to?

Regards