The First Imperial Act was an act passed by Napoleon I to help turn the French Empire into the colonial, economic, and military power that can take the place of the British Empire. The British Empire was crippled with the loss of the American colonies to the United States and the British Indian Company ruler over India was crippled and eventually dealt with by the Kingdom of Mysore.
The First Imperial Act was passed by Napoleon to improve the infrastructure, rebuild the army and navy, and improve the economy and to create an country that could rival Great Britain. With the support of the French government, Krupp Steel Industries appeared from the Rhine region and is the major producer of steel and naval weaponry for the French Imperial Navy. The French Navy also adopted the amphibious vehicle used by the Americans in the Battle of Quebec City and equipped the French Navy with these new vehicles.