What would the world be like if Napoleon had never lost the war?

What would the world be like if Napoleon had never lost the war?

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Would have been great because once he died, the world would have made the step to democracy faster.

>in before > democracy > good

Which one? If you mean Waterloo, he would have to fight the Austrians and Russians next. The 100 days felt more like the coalition was trying to fight on attrition, knowing that sooner or later, the French would get fed up fighting like they did in 1814.

This, the Sixth or the Seventh Coalition Wars?

Europe would be made up of more or less the same nation states as today, united in some kind of european union/federation led by the french.

Everyone would speak french as a second language.

Colonisation would still have happened, however with the hegemony of a united Europe never being contested, it may have continued unabetted by ideas of decolonisation up to this day.

China would still rise to power eventually.

Something along those lines.

France century instead of Britain
Europe part between France and Russia

>democracy
>good

A world with a new religion with Napoleon as god

After his death, his european feifs collapse into factional fighting, and the ottoman take the opportunity to conquer europe

>19th century Ottomans
>Relevant

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probably better....

cannibalism and savagery. napoleon was no better than a nigger

That future doesn't exist, there's no timeline where Napoleon was able to beat glorious Britain

SOME TALK OF ALEXANDER, AND SOME OF HERCULES
OF HECTOR AND LYSANDER, AND SUCH GREAT NAMES AS THESE

BUT OF ALL THE WORLD'S BRAVE HEROES, THERE'S NONE THAT CAN COMPARE
WITH A TOW ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW, TO THE BRITISH GRENADIERS

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I'm more worried about how the world would be if these guys succeeded.
>1817
>be portugal
>now in a united kingdom with Brazil
>mainland portugal fucked
>spanish america at war
>in brazil
>freemasons, priests and liberals start plotting a independence movement
>wanted to form a goverment aligned to the French
>send a revolutionary with 800 thousand dollars to Philadelhpia to find volunteers for their cause
>make a plan to rescue Napoleon from Santa Helena
>and after that they would proceed to reform the french empire
The madmans would actually have done it if by the time their diplomat arrived in the united states they weren't already being sieged by monarchist troops.

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His puppet states would declare independence because of no strong leadership and France would face a couple of turbulent years. The result would be the same as what we have now.

This is some absolute madman shit right here.

Goddamn aristocrats wouldn't make that retarded 'Concert of Europe' tomfoolery and instead quickly shift to singular hegemony or dual one in international relations. The world would become more stable than what we got in history.

>Colonisation would still have happened, however with the hegemony of a united Europe never being contested
>A people who couldn't hold haiti or Ohio would colonize the world permenantly
Counterfactuals are a mistake

Which war? By the time of the Seventh Coalition he was completely fucked and there was no hope of victory.

absolutely baguette

>By the time of the Seventh Coalition
>Thinking Napoleon could have ever made france into something more than a regional power

By 1810 it was a continental power.