Corsican family of Italian origin that gave rise to the Napoleonic dynasty: see Napoleon I, Napoleon II, and Napoleon III. Others were the brothers and sister of Napoleon I:
Joseph (1768–1844) whom Napoleon made king of Naples 1806 and Spain 1808;
Lucien (1775–1840) whose handling of the Council of Five Hundred on 10 Nov 1799 ensured Napoleon’s future;
Louis (1778–1846) the father of Napoleon III, who was made king of Holland 1806–10;
Caroline (1782–1839) who married Joachim Murat 1800;
Jerome (1784–1860) made king of Westphalia 1807.
(1769-1821) Corsican born emperor of the French (1804-1814) who conquered much of central Europe; battles included Austerlitz and Wagram; abdicated in 1814, returned for 100 days, was defeated by Wellington at Waterloo.
Francuski vojskovođa, osvajač.
"Lav iz doline"; ime velikog i pobedonosnog francuskog cara (1769-1821);