A more successful Carolus Rex.
Yeah but at least he died a martyr hear with his legacy cemented as a hero defending France and its soldiers (or at least that's how it is according to the Bourbons).I suppose that makes sense. Though they say, a star that shines twice as bright lasts half as long - the price he might have paid for his successes was an early death.
I'm glad you're enjoying it! I'm working on the latest update right now actually, but I'm currently focusing on the next update for my Eastern Roman timeline and my other asoiaf fics as well.I love this timeline already!
I'm a huge fan of Napoleon!
I can't wait to see Napoleon II being a Alexander to Napoleon I Philip!
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No need to thank me man. You were a great help in terms of helping me draft an outline for this timeline.I didn't notice the little ad you did for my timeline! Thank you very much!
Thanks.Hmm... that’s an interesting one, consider yourself followed.
Yeah that’s what I was intending. France without the extra loss of life and the Hundred Days damaging his legacy means that Napoleon II has more stuff to work with. The Bourbons after France was made to suffer further humiliation and a war indemnity, were welcomed in by the war weary populace who wanted some measure of stability. Though with Napoleon’s legacy being strong and Spain in ruins, let’s just say the Bourbons are in for a rough ahead of them.France will probably suffer less in this peace treaty, without the 1814 and the hundred days campaigns.
You might very well think that, but I couldn't possibly comment.I'd assume that with Charles X alienating everyone else per schedule, but with an young, popular Bonapartist heir available, that we see a Napoleonic restoration years early?
Basically these are the borders of France without the Hundred Days.
Glad you're enjoying it so far!A Basileus_Komnenos timeline? About Napoleon? I'm in.
Charles X: No! It's Absolute Monarchy time!"Vive la France et Vive la République!"