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Napoleon Bonaparte

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  • LAMB: Where did the name Napoleon Bonaparte come from?

    Napoleon & Wellington: The Battle of Waterloo and the Great Commanders Who Fought It

  • To a military man by the name of Napoleon Bonaparte.

    Tales of Passion, Tales of Woe

  • “Then a general called Napoleon Bonaparte took over the revolution,” Professor Twillip continued.

    Worldshaker

  • And from the writings of Robert Ingersoll, a popular late-nineteenth-century thinker, he memorized: “I would rather have been a poor French peasant, and worn wooden shoes, and gone down to the tongueless silence of the dreamless dust than to have been that imperial impersonation of force and murder that covered Europe with blood and tears known as Napoleon Bonaparte.”

    Savage Peace

  • Napoleon Bonaparte, which is on an elevated spot, four miles from the town.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, No. CCCXXXVI. October, 1843. Vol. LIV.

  • BRIAN LAMB, host: Dr. Alan Schom, author of "Napoleon Bonaparte," on the back of your book an author by the name of David Chandler writes the following: ` This biography by Alan Schom will shake the Napoleonic clientele and for good reasons, too. '

    Napoleon Bonaparte

  • "Napoleon Bonaparte," supplied Richard with mischievous promptness.

    Rainbow Hill

  • They insisted on the words "Emperor Napoleon" being inserted, but Lowe, with inherent stupid pleasure, would have none other than the words "Napoleon Bonaparte," and the penalty for refusing to sign was banishment from the island.

    The Tragedy of St. Helena

  • "Napoleon Bonaparte," but his followers very properly disdained committing a breach of faith on the dead Emperor, and insisted on having "Napoleon" and nothing else.

    The Tragedy of St. Helena

  • HERBERT ALBERT LAURENS FISHER, Vice Chancellor of Sheffield University, author of "The Mediaeval Empire," "Napoleon Bonaparte," and other historical works.

    New York Times, Current History, Vol 1, Issue 1 From the Beginning to March, 1915 With Index

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