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Napoleon (1769–1821) also known as Napoleon Bonaparte or Napoleon I, was a French military leader and emperor.
Napoleon (English) or Napoléon (French) or Napoleón (Spanish) or Napoleone (Italian) may also refer to:
- 1 In people
- 2 In places
- 3 In entertainment and media
- 4 In food and drink
- 5 In transportation
- 6 In nature
- 7 Other uses
- Napoleone, Italian masculine given name
- Napoleon II (1811–1832), son of Napoleon I
- Napoleon III (1808–1873), last monarch and first president of France, son of Napoleon I's brother Louis
- Napoléon Charles Bonaparte (1802–1807), prince of Holland and son of Napoleon I's brother Louis
- Napoléon Louis Bonaparte (1804–1831), King of Holland and son of Napoleon I's brother Louis
- Prince Napoléon Bonaparte (1822–1891), son of Napoleon I's brother Jerome
- Napoléon Charles Bonaparte, 5th Prince of Canino (1839–1899), grandson of Napoleon I's brother Lucien
- Napoléon, Prince Imperial (1856–1879), the only child of Emperor Napoleon III
- Victor, Prince Napoléon, (1862–1929), pretender to the Imperial Throne of France
- Louis, Prince Napoléon (1914–1997), pretender to the Imperial Throne of France
- Charles, Prince Napoléon (born 1950)
- Jean-Christophe, Prince Napoléon (born 1986)
- Napoleón Calzado (born 1977), baseball player from Dominican Republic.
- Napoleon Einstein (born 1989), Indian cricketer
- Napoleon Harris (born 1979), American football player
- Napoleon Kaufman (born 1973), American football player
- Napoleon Lajoie (1874–1959), American baseball player
- Napoleon McCallum (born 1963), American football player
- Napoleon (actor) (born 1963), Tamil film actor
- Napoleon (rapper) (born 1977), American rapper
- Napoleon XIV (born 1938), American singer-songwriter
- Napoleon D'umo (born 1968), American choreographer
- Napoleon Murphy Brock (born 1943), American singer and musician
- Napoleon Orda (1807–1883), Belorussian-Polish musician and artist
- Napoleon Perdis (born 1970), Australian make-up artist
- Napoleon Bonaparte Buford (1807–1883), U.S. Army officer and railroad executive
- Napoleon Collins (1814–1875), U.S. Navy admiral
- Napoleon J.T. Dana (1822–1905), U.S. Army officer
- Napoleon Zervas (1891–1957), Greek general
- Napoleone Orsini (1420–1480), Italian warlord
Politicians and other leaders
- Napoleon B. Broward (1857–1910), American governor of Florida
- Napoleon Bonaparte Brown (1834–1910), American businessman and politician
- José Napoleón Duarte (1925–1990), President of El Salvador
- Napoleon Wapasha (1854–1925), Sioux chief
- Napoleon Chagnon (born 1938), American anthropologist
- Napoleone Orsini Frangipani (1263–1342), Italian cardinal
- Napoleon Hill (1883–1970), American personal-success author
- Napoleon LeBrun (1821–1901), American architect
- Napoléon Peyrat (1809–1881), French author and historian
- Charles, Prince Napoléon (Charles Marie Jérôme Victor Napoléon) (born 19 October 1950)
- Napoléon Coste (1805–1883), French guitarist
- Napoléon Joseph Ney (1803–1857), French politician
- Napoléon, comte Daru (1807–1890), French soldier and politician. godson of Napoléon
- Napoléon La Cécilia (1835–1878), French general
- Napoleone Boni (1863–1927), Italian painter
- Napoleone Nani (1841–1899), Italian painter
- see also Napoleon of India
- P. G. T. Beauregard (1818–93), Confederate general, "Little Napoleon"
- Jean-Martin Charcot (1825–93), neurologist, "Napoleon of the Neuroses"
- Neal Dow (1804–97), temperance activist, "Napoleon of Temperance"
- Toyotomi Hideyoshi (1536/7-98), Japanese general, "Napoleon of Japan"
- Kamehameha I (c.1758-1819), Hawaiian king, "Napoleon of the Pacific"
- Francisco Solano López (1827–70), Paraguayan president, "Napoleon of South America"
- Antonio López de Santa Anna (1794–1876), Mexican president, "Napoleon of the West"
- Toussaint Louverture (c.1743–1803), Haitian revolutionary, "Napoleon of Haiti"
- Douglas MacArthur (1880–1964), U.S. Army general, "Napoleon of Luzon"
- George B. McClellan (1826–85), U.S. Army general, "Young Napoleon"
- John McGraw (1873-1934), U.S. major league baseball player and manager, "Little Napoleon"
- Mirambo (r.1860–84), Nyamwezi warlord, "Napoleon of Central Africa"
- James K. Polk (1795–1849), U.S. president, "Napoleon of the Stump"
- Qin Shi Huang (259–210 BC), Chinese emperor, "Napoleon of China"
- Nader Shah (1688/98–1747), Iranian shah, "Napoleon of Persia"
- Shaka (1787–1828), Zulu king, "Napoleon of Africa"
- Te Rauparaha (1760s–1849), Maori chief, "Napoleon of the South Pacific"
- Thutmose III (1479–1425 BC), Egyptian pharaoh, "Napoleon of Egypt"
- Adam Worth (1844–1902), American criminal, "Napoleon of Crime"
- United States
- Napoleon, Arkansas
- Napoleon, Indiana
- Napoleon, Kentucky
- Napoleon, Michigan
- Napoleon, Mississippi
- Napoleon, Missouri
- Napoleon, North Dakota
- Napoleon, Ohio
In entertainment and media
- Napoleone, a comics series published by Sergio Bonelli Editore
- Napoleon and Uncle Elby, a syndicated comic strip
- Napoleon (Animal Farm), a character in George Orwell's novel
- Napoleon Bonaparte (fictional detective), a character created by Arthur Upfield
- Napoleon Solo, a The Man from U.N.C.L.E. character
- Napoleon and Uncle Elby, a syndicated American comic strip by Clifford McBride
- Napoleone Di Carlo, a detective created by Italian comic book writer Carlo Ambrosini for the series of the same name published by Sergio Bonelli Editore
- Napoleon, a bloodhound in The Aristocats and Aristocats 2
- Napoleon, the protagonist of the novel My Uncle Napoleon
- Napoleon Dynamite, the protagonist of the film Napoleon Dynamite
- Napoleon Wilson, an Assault on Precinct 13 character
- Napoleon (card game)
- Napoleon (game), a classic board game (1974) about the Waterloo campaign
- Age of Napoleon (board game), a board game (2003) about the Napoleonic Wars in Europe
- Napoleon (GBA game)
- Napoleon Gambit, a variation of the Scotch Game chess opening
- Napoleon Opening, a chess opening named for Napoleon I
- Napoleon: Total War, a turn based/real time strategy game for the PC
- Napoleon, a real-time strategy game for Windows
- Napoleon, a video game published by Enix, see List of Enix home computer games
Stage and screen
- Napoleon, the Man of Destiny (1909 film), an American silent film directed by J. Stuart Blackton
- Napoléon (1927 film), a French silent film by Abel Gance
- Napoleon (1951 film), an Italian film by Carlo Borghesio
- Napoléon (1955 film), a French historical epic by Sacha Guitry
- Napoleon (1995 film), an Australian film by Mario Andreacchio
- Napoleon (2007 film), a British made-for-TV film
- Napoléon (miniseries), a 2002 historical miniseries
- Napoleon (musical)
- Napoleon Bunny-Part, a 1956 Looney Tunes animated short featuring Bugs Bunny
In food and drink
- Napoléon (ship), a French ship commissioned in 1850
- Corse (ship), another French ship originally named Napoléon and then renamed
- MV Napoleon, a British ship
- Napoleon fish, another name for humphead wrasse
- Napoléon (coin)
- Napoleon complex, a psychological condition affecting short people
- 12-pounder Napoleon, a cannon
- Napoleonite, a variety of igneous rock
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