The bicentenary of the Congress of Vienna (1814–1815). Oxford Historical Treaties
The Treaty of Paris was signed on May 30, 1814 which ended the war between France and the Sixth Coalition formed by the United Kingdom, Russia, Austria, Sweden, Portugal and Prussia. It also forced the abdication of Napoleon I, and also restored the Bourbon in the figure of Louis XVIII.
The boundaries set by the Congress of Vienna, 1815.
France also signed by the representative of Louis XVIII, Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord, better known as Talleyrand, accepting all the clauses of the Treaty.
The face of Defeat - Napoleon broods over the fall of Paris at Fontainebleau
The winning coalition (all Europe against Napoleon) ordered the Exile of Napoleon on the island of Elba and reinstated the monarchy in France at the head of Louis XVIII, brother of Louis XVI who was guillotined during the Revolution.
|Map of Europe after the Treaty of Paris 1814|
|Elba is the largest remaining stretch of land from the ancient tract that once connected the Italian peninsula to Corsica.|