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the intermittent wars (1796–1815) waged by France principally against England, Prussia, Austria, and Russia.
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Words nearby Napoleonic Wars
napoleon, Napoleon Bonaparte, Napoleon I, Napoleonic, Napoleonic Code, Napoleonic Wars, Napoleon II, Napoleon III, Napoli, nappa, nappe
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How to use Napoleonic Wars in a sentence
He went to the British Museum every day and he read books about the Napoleonic Wars.America’s Cassandra: David Mamet Speaks on the Lies of Obama and War|Lloyd Grove|November 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This condition of affairs lasted till the end of the Napoleonic Wars.
Cowes was destined to become a shipbuilding port of some consequence in the days just prior to and during the Napoleonic Wars.From the North Foreland to Penzance|Clive Holland
The Napoleonic Wars put an end to the office of doge at Genoa.
In more modern days its banks were the scenes of many bloody battles during the Napoleonic Wars.
In our Napoleonic wars the favourite command alike on land and sea was, "Engage the enemy more closely."
British Dictionary definitions for Napoleonic Wars
the series of wars fought between France, under Napoleon Bonaparte, and (principally) Great Britain, Prussia, Russia, and Austria either alone or in alliances (1799–1815)
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