Napoleon was a masterful ruler. He established a number of reforms that brought peace and stability back to France. He also rewrote the old French feudal laws, which were confusing, creating a new Napoleonic Code of laws that were much clearer. Many of these laws remain in France to this day.
After bringing economic prosperity and peace to France, Napoleon set out to conquer the remainder of Europe. As a skillful general, he was able to conquer significant tracts of land.
By 1812, Napoleon controlled most of Europe, either directly or indirectly.
What was most significant about the lunar voyage was not that men set foot on the moon but that they set eye on the earth.
The term ''saved by the bell'' originated in England, where a fear of being buried alive, led to the tradition of tying a string to the wrist of the dead that led to a bell. 1 out of 25 people during that time where ''saved by the bell''.