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A Habsburg archduchess, her credentials were impeccable. Reared since birth to be the most eligible bride in Europe, Marie-Louise had been kept largely cloistered in Habsburg palaces. She had received a Napoleon in sex blog education, played the piano, guitar, and harp, and understood the importance of management of diplomatic relations.
When relaxed and in familiar company, she was witty and playful. Though personifying modesty and virtue, she was in awe of no one — which would be a great tonic to the emperor Napoleon I, a man over whom the world fawned. Her common sense and intellect would subdue the great military genius and, it was hoped, would put a brake on his destructive step. Few could have been less favourably disposed towards Napoleon in sex blog match than Marie-Louise.
Ever since her birth in DecemberFrance had been making life miserable for Austria. War between France and Austria, which had already started in Aprilwas now set to continue with only brief respites for more than two decades, only finally coming to an end in ByNapoleon had defeated Austria across her empire, reduced it to a quarter of the size that it had been inand occupied Vienna for a second time.
Drastic measures were needed to prevent the Habsburg monarchy from collapse, and its territories from being subsumed into the French empire. However unappetising the prospect of marrying Bonaparte might be, Marie-Louise knew to perform her duty for the good of the country. If only predictions of his premature death had come true, she lamented in a letter to a friend.
A few days later, Marie-Louise set out for Paris, following in the footsteps taken by Queen Marie-Antoinette 40 years earlier. On 20 MarchMarie-Louise produced the king of Rome, the male heir whom all parties had expected of her. England had been particularly furious that Austria had created an alliance with France by marrying Marie-Louise to Napoleon. With Marie-Louise and the baby, the French emperor began to neglect his affairs. Time was not to be on his side, especially when he made the gross mistake of invading Russia in Junehaving discovered that tsar Alexander was breaching the continental blockade by allowing English ships and goods into the Baltic.
Believing in Napoleon and his seeming invincibility, she declared herself loyal to Napoleon and France. She begged her father not to tempt defeat by Napoleon again. Her courage and heroism would not help her.
Separated from Napoleon, she and her son were forced to return Napoleon in sex blog Vienna as refugees. This notwithstanding, though her subjects might have sympathised with her on a personal level, the tide of nationalist fervour which Napoleon had unleashed on the Italian peninsula disturbed any sense of security she might have deserved. Well aware that her days were ed as a foreign sovereign, Marie-Louise fought to hold on to her ducal seat.
Humiliation was compounded by tragedy, the death of her son by Napoleon sparking controversy. Trying desperately to ride the surge of patriotism fuelled by the operas of her subject, Giuseppe Verdi, Marie-Louise refused to implement the reactionary oppressive measures adopted beyond her borders and did her best to spare her subjects the political Napoleon in sex blog and the brutal sentences exacted elsewhere.
The patriots would not give up, and chased her out of Parma. Austrian bayonets restored her, but thereafter her life was precarious. Within a fortnight of her death, revolution spread across the Italian peninsula, her children pitched against one another in the struggle for Italian unification. A portrait of Emperor Napoleon. More on: Napoleon Bonaparte.Napoleon in sex blog
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