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hundred days (March 20–June 28, 1815) Period between the escape of Napoleon I from Elba and the second restoration of Louis XVIII, following the Allied victory at Waterloo. The term has since been applied to other politically signficant periods of about that duration, notably the early months of Franklin Roosevelt's presidency in the USA (1933).

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Hundred Days

Hundred Days, name given to the period after the return of the deposed French emperor, Napoleon I, from Elba. The Hundred Days are counted from Mar. 20, 1815, when Napoleon arrived in Paris, to June 28, 1815, when Louis XVIII was restored for the second time as king, following Napoleon's disastrous Waterloo campaign.

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