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Napoleon Bonaparte

Napoleon Bonaparte

Utilizing battlefield tactics still implemented by modern-day commanders, Napoleon Bonaparte's strategic domination of 19th Century Europe earned him the moniker "God of War." Never afraid to fight several nations at once on multiple fronts, Napoleon racked up a major battle record of 18 wins and only 6 losses, and led his armies in killing 2.5 million enemies.


Region: France
Weapons: 8 pound cannon, 1777 Charleville musket, and cavalry saber
Reign: 1804-1815
Key Battles: Napoleon personally commanded 24 battles between 1792 and 1815, of which he lost only six