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Napoléon Bonaparte by Andrea Appiani

Napoléon Bonaparte by Andrea Appiani (1754–1817) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Napoleon Bonaparte Quiz Questions

(Napoleon Bonaparte is also known as Napoleon I and Napoleon the Great.)

1) Where was Napoleon born?
a) Ajaccio
b) Naples
c) Mantua
d) Venice

2) To whom was Napoleon engaged in 1794?
a) Desiree Clary
b) Julie Clary
c) Josephine
d) Pauline Foures

3) Who tried to block Napoleon from leaving Egypt?
a) Robert Blake
b) Horatio Nelson
c) Richard Hawkins
d) Godfrey Paine

4) When did Napoleon become the First Consul?
a) 1793
b) 1796
c) 1797
d) 1799

5) Whom did Napoleon marry in 1796?
a) Josephine
b) Marie Louise
c) Marie Antonette
d) Catherine Braganza

6) Which treaty was signed for establishing peace with England?
a) Treaty of Versailles
b) Treaty of Berlin
c) Treaty of Amiens
d) Treaty of Paris

7) Napoleon was the Emperor of France. He was the king of which country?
a) Austria
b) Italy
c) Poland
d) Lithuania

8) Which countries were defeated at Austerlitz?
a) Austria and Russia
b) Prussia and Denmark
c) Norway and Sweden
d) Spain and Portugal

9) Where did Napoleon spend his last years?
a) Isle of Man
b) Malta
c) St. Helena
d) Bermuda

10) What caused Napoleon’s death?
a) Arsenic poisoning
b) Stabbing
c) Drowning
d) Starvation

Napoleon Bonaparte Quiz Questions with Answers

1) Where was Napoleon born?
a) Ajaccio

2) To whom was Napoleon engaged in 1794?
a) Desiree Clary

3) Who tried to block Napoleon from leaving Egypt?
b) Horatio Nelson

4) When did Napoleon become the First Consul?
d) 1799

5) Whom did Napoleon marry in 1796?
a) Josephine

6) Which treaty was signed for establishing peace with England?
c) Treaty of Amiens

7) Napoleon was the Emperor of France. He was the king of which country?
b) Italy

8) Which countries were defeated at Austerlitz?
a) Austria and Russia

9) Where did Napoleon spend his last years?
c) St. Helena

10) What caused Napoleon’s death?
a) Arsenic poisoning

Updated: July 10, 2015 — 10:20 pm

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  1. Napoleon was NOT poisoned. He died of Cancer of the stomach. You do NOT keep up to date!!!

    Respects,

    Victor Blair.

  2. this website rox but i need even answers

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