"Napoleon was born in Ajaccio, the capital of the French island Corsica, which has just become a French territory"
"Napoleon graduates from Ecole Militaire with the rank of second lieutenant in the artillery"
"Napoleon puts down a royalist rising during the 13 Vendémiaire and is promoted as Commander of the Interior"
"Napoleon is given command of the French army in Italy. During the next two years, he will win several battles in the campaign against Austria, including the battles of Lodi, Arcole and Rivoli"
"After a failure in Egypt, Napoleon returns to Paris and overthrows the Directory during the Coup of Brumaire"
"Napoleon elected First Consul of the Consulate"
"Napoleon restructures French educational and administrative system and crates the Legion d’Honneur, an honorific French distinction"
"Napoleon sells the Louisiana territory to the U.S.A"
"Introduction of the Civil Code (also known as Napoleon Code)"
"Napoleon crowns himself Emperor, in the company of the Pope."
"Napoleon wins the battle of Austerlitz against Russia and the Holy Roman empire, leading to the disappearing of the Holy Roman empire. The battle is often cited as a tactical masterpiece"
"Napoleon wins the battle of Jena against Prussia and Saxony, despite twice as less troops, leading to Prussia becoming a subjugated state of France"
"Napoleon wins the battle of Friedland against Russia, leading to the peace treaty of Tilsit signed between France and Russia"
"Napoleon wins the battle of Wagram against Austria which led to the breakup of the Fifth Coalition, the Austrian and British-led alliance against France"
"Napoleon’s son born, referred to as the “King of Rome”"
"Napoleon invades Moscow to find the city evacuated and set on fire. 690,000 soldiers were originally part of the Grande Armee that marched over Russia"
"Napoleon loses the battle of Berezina, leaving a dying Grande Armee, deprived of food supplies, in the Russian winter. Only 93,000 French soliders will return home from Russia"
"Faced with more than half million troops of the sixth coallition advancing through Europe towards Paris, and after losing the battle of Paris, Napoleon is forced to abdicate and accept to exile in Elba"
"Napoleons escapes from Elba and returns to Paris to take back the power"
"Napoleon loses the battle of Waterloo against UK, Netherlands, Prussia and other smaller states, leading to the restoration of Louis XVIII and its exile to Saint Helena"
"Napoleon dies in Saint Helena"