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📒The Life Of Napoleon Bonaparte ✍ Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne
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📒Napoleon An Illustrated Life Vol 4 ✍ Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourienne
✏Napoleon An illustrated life Vol 4 Book Summary : This memoirs of Antoine de Bourrienne are a work which, for deep interest, excitement, and amusement, can scarcely be paralleled by any of the numerous and excellent memoirs for which the large Napoleonic literature is so justly celebrated. In this book de Bourienne shows us the hero of Marengo and Austerlitz in his night-gown and slippers, with a 'trait de plume' he, in a hundred instances, places the real man before us, with all his personal and private habits ! Complete the book a rich and beautiful collection of color plates realized by the French artist Louis Charle Bombled for the Las Cases Memorial of Saint’Hélène, the other great and famous byography of Napoleon! 4th volume of four.
📒Napoleon ✍ Steven Englund
✏Napoleon Book Summary : This sophisticated and masterful biography, written by a respected French history scholar who has taught courses on Napoleon at the University of Paris, brings new and remarkable analysis to the study of modern history's most famous general and statesman. Since boyhood, Steven Englund has been fascinated by the unique force, personality, and political significance of Napoleon Bonaparte, who, in only a decade and a half, changed the face of Europe forever. In Napoleon: A Political Life, Englund harnesses his early passion and intellectual expertise to create a rich and full interpretation of a brilliant but flawed leader. Napoleon believed that war was a means to an end, not the end itself. With this in mind, Steven Englund focuses on the political, rather than the military or personal, aspects of Napoleon's notorious and celebrated life. Doing so permits him to arrive at some original conclusions. For example, where most biographers see this subject as a Corsican patriot who at first detested France, Englund sees a young officer deeply committed to a political event, idea, and opportunity (the French Revolution) -- not to any specific nationality. Indeed, Englund dissects carefully the political use Napoleon made, both as First Consul and as Emperor of the French, of patriotism, or "nation-talk." As Englund charts Napoleon's dramatic rise and fall -- from his Corsican boyhood, his French education, his astonishing military victories and no less astonishing acts of reform as First Consul (1799-1804) to his controversial record as Emperor and, finally, to his exile and death -- he is at particular pains to explore the unprecedented power Napoleon maintained over the popular imagination. Alone among recent biographers, Englund includes a chapter that analyzes the Napoleonic legend over the course of the past two centuries, down to the present-day French Republic, which has its own profound ambivalences toward this man whom it is afraid to recognize yet cannot avoid. Napoleon: A Political Life presents new consideration of Napoleon's adolescent and adult writings, as well as a convincing argument against the recent theory that the Emperor was poisoned at St. Helena. The book also offers an explanation of Napoleon's role as father of the "modern" in politics. What finally emerges from these pages is a vivid and sympathetic portrait that combines youthful enthusiasm and mature scholarly reflection. The result is already regarded by experts as the Napoleonic bicentennial's first major interpretation of this perennial subject.
📒Napoleon Bonaparte His Sayings And His Deeds ✍ André Vieusseux
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📒Napoleon ✍ Munro Price
✏Napoleon Book Summary : The dramatic story of Napoleon's overthrow - focusing not on the battle of Waterloo, whose importance has been overestimated, but on the two years before, from the retreat from Moscow to his first abdication in 1814. This period has been much less studied, but saw Napoleon lose both his European empire and the throne of France. Compared to this, his brief return to France in 1815, ending at Waterloo, was merely an epilogue. The mostremarkable aspect of this story is that at several key moments Napoleon's enemies offered him compromise peace terms which would have maintained him on the French throne. The book uses important new material to explore these and the reasons for their failure, shedding fascinating new light on a crucialperiod in modern history.
📒Napoleon ✍ Frank McLynn
✏Napoleon Book Summary : Documents Napoleon's life and career, from his Corsican roots through the French Revolution and his military victories, to his defeat and imprisonment.
📒The Age Of Napoleon ✍ Susan Punzel Conner
✏The Age of Napoleon Book Summary : Napoleon, from his clannishness to his obsession with detail, is described in his own words and those of his contemporaries.
📒Napoleon ✍ David Avrom Bell
✏Napoleon Book Summary : The Corsican, 1769-1796 -- The general, 1796-1799 -- The First Consul, 1799-1804 -- The emperor, 1804-1812 -- Downfall, 1812-1815 -- Epilogue: 1815-the present
📒Napoleon ✍ Philip G. Dwyer
✏Napoleon Book Summary : An in-depth biography of a young Napoleon Bonaparte describes the evolution of Napoleon as a leader, debunks many myths that are often repeated about him, and sheds new light on his inner life to reveal a ruthless, manipulative, driven man.
📒The History Of Napoleon Bonaparte ✍ John S. C. Abbott
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