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Belligerent throughout all warsGeorge III, Did not necessarily see combat in all wars
Third Coalition: Belligerent 1Francis I
Third Coalition: Belligerent 2Alexander I
Third Coalition: Naval Battle21 October 1805, effectively destroyed French Navy
Third Coalition: Decisive Battle2 December 1805, Napoleon's Favorite Victory
Third Coalition: Peace Treaty26 December 1805
Fourth Coalition: Belligerent 1Frederick William III
Fourth Coalition: Belligerent 2Alexander I
Fourth Coalition: Decisive Battle Against Belligerent 114 October 1806, Twin battles, Marshal Davout was the real badass of the day
Fourth Coalition: First Major Battle Against Belligerent 27-8 February 1807, Fought in a blizzard, technical draw
Fourth Coalition: Decisive Battle Against Belligerent 214 June 1807
Fourth Coalition: Peace Treaty7 and 9 July 1807
Peninsula War: Belligerent 1Maria I
Peninsula War: Belligerent 2Carlos/Charles IV
Fifth Coalition: BelligerentFrancis I
Fifth Coalition: Major Battle21-22 May 1809, French loss, Napoleon's first loss (if you don't count his siege of Acre in Egypt in 1799)
PromptAnswerAdditional Clue
Fifth Coalition: Decisive Battle5-6 July 1809
Fifth Coalition: Peace Treaty14 October 1809
Invasion of Eastern Power: Invaded NationAlexander I
Invasion of Eastern Power: Major Battle7 September 1812, Bloodiest day of entire Napoleonic Wars
Sixth Coalition: Belligerent 1Alexander I
Sixth Coalition: Belligerent 2Francis I
Sixth Coalition: Belligerent 3Frederick William III
Sixth Coalition: Belligerent 4Charles XIII and II, Regency under Prince Charles John (aka former Marshal Bernadotte),Was also belligerent in third and fourth but did not see battle
Sixth Coalition: Decisive Battle16-19 October 1813, French loss, only smaller pitched battles until fall of Paris
Sixth Coalition: Peace Treaty11 April 1814, Napoleon's abdication, also ended Peninsula War
Hundred Days: Belligerent 1Frederick William III
Hundred Days: Belligerent 2Alexander I
Hundred Days: Belligerent 3Francis I
Hundred Days: Decisive Battle18 June 1815, French loss, (should have left Ney in Paris and not Davout)
Hundred Days: Peace Treaty20 November 1815, Formally ended Napoleonic Wars

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