The History and Deeds of Napoleon Bonaparte Third Edition G. Stolyarov II
The History and Deeds of Napoleon Bonaparte
G. Stolyarov II
Written in October 2001
First Edition Published in September 2002
Second Edition Published in June 2007
SETTING THE STAGE Napoleon worded that his vast empire would fall apart unless
he had an heir whose right to succeed him was undisputed, so he decided that he
needed a son. Consequently, he divorced Josephine, who had failed to bear him a
child, and forme
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There is thus no doubt about the interpretation to be given to the historic role of Napoleon Bonaparte.
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