History of Italy
Kingdom of Spain, 1808-1812 The Kingdom of Naples, 1806-1815






Satellite States
The Kingdom of Italy, 1805-1813



The region of Milano-Mantua-Bologna had been fought over constantly in the years 1795-1800 and, while under the protection of French forces alone, has been transformed into the LOMBARDIAN REPUBLIC, renamed the , CISPADAN, CISALPINE respectively ITALIAN REPUBLIC.
In 1805, the Italian Republic was enlaged by VENETIA (with DALMATIA, the IONIAN ISLANDS and ISTRIA) and transformed into the KINGDOM OF ITALY, the king of which was Napoleon Bonaparte himself (thus France and Italy being united in DYNASTIC UNION). The country was administrated by viceroy EUGENE DE BEAUHARNAIS, son of JOSEPHINE. In 1809, Napoleon, as King of Italy, ceded Dalmatia to France
The capital of the kingdom was MILANO. Napoleon himself was rarely present, as Paris was his Imperial residence and he was frequently campaigning.





EXTERNAL
FILES
Entries from Infoplease Encyclopedia on Italy and Eugene de Beauharnais
Kingdom of Italy : the Army, from Histofig; Uniforms, from Histofig
Napoleon Museum, focusses on Italy, has map of kingdom of Italy in 1810, has subfiles on history of Italian army units
DOCUMENTS Bonaparte becomes King of Italy, article from the Evening Fire-Side (Philadelphia), 1805, posted at Napoleon Bonaparte Internet Guide
Proclamation to the Italians by Marshal Murat, March 30th 1815, from Modern Italy at Dickinson College
Medal : Napoleon crowned King of Italy at Milan, 1805, from Prince d'Essling's Catalogue of medals, coins etc., posted by napoleonicwars.com
Napoleon crowned King of Italy, from Bramsen's Napoleonic Medals
Medals : Coronation in Milan, from Napoleonic Medals : Empire by Fortiter, scroll down
Medal : Venice returned to Italy, from Napoleonic Medals : 1st Austrian Campaign by Fortiter, scroll down, and from Prince d'Essling's Catalogue of medals, coins etc., posted by napoleonicwars.com
Coins of Napoleon's Kingdom of Italy : 1807, 1808, 1809, 1810, 1811, 1812, 1813, 1814, from Napoleonic Medals; a number of coins listed for most years
Kingdom of Italy, from warflags.com
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