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The classic answer in old lore would be the fascinating figure of Napoleon III (Napoleon II only ruled for a couple of days).  Marx wrote of his takeover of France in the Brumaire 'History tends to repeat itself, the first time high tragedy, the second low farce'.    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Napoleon_III

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3 hours ago, Warcradle Stuart said:

An excellent question. Perhaps the Latin Alliance is led by a century-old Napoleon Bonaparte kept alive by super-science and his indomitable will?

That's could be, but it changes a lot of the background for all the european Nation.  In the old lore Napoleon was assassinated in 1804, and even if it seems a little event, his death was a cornerstone for the dystopic history.

I see the fascination on have Napoleon alive and commanding the Latin Alliance, but I suggest to refer at Napoleon as the third (in fact his nephew Luigi Bonaparte), this simplify your works at the background  and helps with the timeline

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