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July 7: Napoleon Bonaparte, First Consul of the French Republic and the greatesf French general, briefly returns to Paris from fighting in Italy and meets with engineer Robert Fulton about possibly creating military technology for the French.
July 9: Fulton shows Napoleon the Nautilus, the first working military submarine, equipped with torpedoes. Napoleon responds very positively and begins to fund Fulton's future projects.
December 3: Austria surrenders and sues for peace following a French advance on Vienna.
December 24: Napoleon narrowly escapes an assassination attempt against him by radical royalists.
July 15: The Concordat of 1801 is signed between France and the Pope, reaffirming the Catholic Church as the majority church of France and re-legitimizing its influence in the nation.
March 25: The Treaty of Amiens officially ends the War of the Second Coalition. The war is a clear French victory.
May 1: Napoleon institutes massive education reforms in French territories to compete with the British system and modernize the nation.
May 19: Napoleon establishes the National Order of the Legion of Honor as a way to honor French soldiers and patriots, gaining him the total respect and support of the French army.
August 2: The position of First Consul of the French Republic is given to Napoleon for life, essentially giving him near absolute power.
January 17: Robert Fulton presents 35 working, battle ready submarines capable of destroying the British fleet with very little resistance.
February 10: Napoleon creates a submarine division of the French navy, preparing to go to war with the United Kingdom.
May 3: France sells the Louisiana territory in North America to the United States, effectively ending the French overseas empire.
May 18: The British declare war on France, although no actions will be taken for months. Meanwhile, in light of this, Napoleon begins to assemble his Grande Armée, which consists of thousands of France's finest soldiers handpicked by Napoleon himself. He intends, at this point, to use this army to invade the United Kingdom.
December 2: Napoleon is crowned Emperor of the French following his designation as Emperor by the Senate a few months earlier, transforming the nation of France and giving him complete control and free reign.