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François Charles Joseph Bonaparte; Duke of Reichstadt, 1811–32, titular king of Rome (son of Napoleon I).
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Words nearby Napoleon II
Napoleon Bonaparte, Napoleon I, Napoleonic, Napoleonic Code, Napoleonic Wars, Napoleon II, Napoleon III, Napoli, nappa, nappe, napper
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How to use Napoleon II in a sentence
The partisans of the regency reproached him for not having proclaimed Napoleon II.
Had they been sensible of their situation, they would spontaneously have proclaimed Napoleon II.
It is besides as advantageous, as it is just and politic, to acknowledge Napoleon II., and to govern in his name.
It was, in favour of his son, that he abdicated: his abdication is void, if Napoleon II.
(p. 248) In the existing state of things there were only two courses to be pursued: either to proclaim Napoleon II.
British Dictionary definitions for Napoleon II
Duke of Reichstadt. 1811–32, son of Napoleon Bonaparte and Marie Louise. He was known as the King of Rome during the first French empire and was entitled Napoleon II by Bonapartists after Napoleon I's death (1821)
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