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Napoleon by Ludwig Emil Book Summary:

This classic book is Emil Ludwig’s 1927 biography of Napoleon Bonaparte, “Napoleon”. This fantastic biography continues to be arguably unparalleled in its treatment of the life and mind of Napoleon, and constitutes a must-read for those with an interest in the subject. Contents include: “The Island”, “The Torrent”, “The River”, “The Sea”, “The Rock”, and “Envoy”. Emil Ludwig (1881–1948) was a German writer, most famous for his biographies of great historical figures. Many classic books such as this are becoming increasingly rare and expensive. It is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially commissioned new biography of the author.

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Napoleon by Vincent Cronin Book Summary:

A biography of Napoleon, which attempts to explain the history of this great man in personal terms.

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Napoleon by Bernard Chevallier Book Summary:

Book by Chevallier, Bernard, Pincemaille, Christophe

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Napoleon by David Chandler Book Summary:

David Chandler has long been regarded as the greatest interpreter in modern times of the Napoleonic Era. His studies of the campaigns and tactics of Napoleon Bonaparte have set the standard for all subsequent writers. In Napoleon, Chandler places the emperor's 60 battles in the context of his entire life, beginning with his boyhood in Corsica. All of Napoleon's campaigns and endeavors are covered, with an eye to their influence on the later history of Europe, and with particular attention to Napoleon's characteristic use of commanders from humble backgrounds.

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Napoleon by Emil Ludwig Book Summary:

Napoleon by Emil Ludwig is one of the most acknowledged biographies of Napoleon. It is written as a novel, and became rapidly very popular when it was first publised in the 1920's. It has been republished many times since then, and is now finally available for your device as an ebook.

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Napoleon by Emil Ludwig Book Summary:

Born seven years before the American Revolution, Napoleon Bonaparte changed the face the Europe, and the world. Ludwig's classic biography traces in scrupulous detail the man, the society, and the historical events?writing during the very next era, a proximity that affords both clarity in focus and a refreshing lack of twentieth century misinterpretation.

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Napoleon by Emil Ludwig Book Summary:

This classic book is Emil Ludwig’s 1927 biography of Napoleon Bonaparte, “Napoleon”. This fantastic biography continues to be arguably unparalleled in its treatment of the life and mind of Napoleon, and constitutes a must-read for those with an interest in the subject. Contents include: “The Island”, “The Torrent”, “The River”, “The Sea”, “The Rock”, and “Envoy”. Emil Ludwig (1881–1948) was a German writer, most famous for his biographies of great historical figures. Many classic books such as this are becoming increasingly rare and expensive. It is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially commissioned new biography of the author.

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Napoleon by Manfred Weidhorn Book Summary:

A biography of the military genius who crowned himself Emperor of the French and whose empire covered most of western and central Europe.

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Napoleon by Kim Kennedy Book Summary:

During a rainy day, Napoleon the dog makes the most of having to stay indoors by going up into the attic, where he catches raindrops in tin cups, rummages through his treasure box, and decorates an old coat.

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Napoleon by Abel Gance Book Summary:

This book contains the original text of Abel Gance's Napoleon, the 1927 film which was subsequently lost and reconstructed by Kevin Brownlow 50 years later.

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Napoleon by Alexander Kennedy Book Summary:

The most polarizing man of his era, Napoleon Bonaparte has remained a source of controversy ever since. Did his dictatorship crush the French Revolution, or carry its ideals to their logical conclusion? Was he a conqueror-tyrant who sought war for the sake of glory, or was he forced into conflict to defend his beloved France? Was he a throwback to sixteenth-century “absolute monarchs,” or the great modernizer of nineteenth-century Europe? Or was he all of these things at once? In this compact, highly readable biography, Alexander Kennedy examines these questions and more. He traces Napoleon’s history back to the bloody hillsides of Corsica, from his rise as a young artillery officer to the summit of greatness. We see at how Napoleon’s rule forever changed a continent, but also how his overreach led to his shocking fall from power. To understand the story of Napoleon, Hughes persuasively shows, is to understand Europe itself—both in Napoleon’s era and today. "If you want a thing done well, do it yourself." - Napoleon Bonaparte Buy Now to Discover: Napoleon’s tactics at Austerlitz, Waterloo, and other crucial battles.How the French conquest of Corsica shaped Napoleon’s childhood.Napoleon’s troubled marriage to the faithless Josephine.The French invasion of Egypt and discovery of the Rosetta Stone.The sale of Louisiana to the United States.Napoleon’s 1814 suicide attempt.The daring escape from Elba that allowed Napoleon to make his final stand. Buy Now and Read The True Story of Napoleon Bonaparte... Thank you in advance for buying our book. We know you'll love it!

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Napoleon by Emil Ludwig Book Summary:

A biography of Napoleon with as chapters: The Island, The Torrent, The River, The Sea, The Rock. Hardback, printed in 1926 with illustrations in black and white.

Napoleon On Napoleon

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Napoleon On Napoleon by Somerset De Chair Book Summary:

During his exile on St. Helena, Napoleon dictated memoirs, notes, letters and battle commentaries to the generals who shared his captivity. He then edited the material himself. The result is an account of Napoleon's life in his own words, from his childhood in Corsica to his defeat at Waterloo in 1815. Private concerns, such as feuds with his brothers and divorce from Josephine, are mixed with such matters of state as the rebellion of Toussaint-Louverture and the retreat from Moscow. In this edition, de Chair has incorporated much new material from three further volumes of notes and miscellanies dictated by Napoleon at St. Helena, in addition to the four volumes of memoirs published in 1823.

Napoleon on Napoleon: An Autobiography of the Emperor

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Napoleon on Napoleon: An Autobiography of the Emperor Book Summary:

During his exile on St. Helena, Napoleon dictated memoirs, notes, letters and battle commentaries to the generals who shared his captivity. He then edited the material himself. The result is an account of Napoleon's life in his own words, from his childhood in Corsica to his defeat at Waterloo in 1815. Private concerns, such as feuds with his brothers and divorce from Josephine, are mixed with such matters of state as the rebellion of Toussaint-Louverture and the retreat from Moscow. In this edition, de Chair has incorporated much new material from three further volumes of notes and miscellanies dictated by Napoleon at St. Helena, in addition to the four volumes of memoirs published in 1823.

Napoleon on Napoleon: An Autobiography of the Emperor

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Napoleon on Napoleon: An Autobiography of the Emperor by Napoleon I Book Summary:

This is an illustrated "autobiography" of the Emperor Napoleon compiled from his commentaries and memoirs dictated on St Helena, edited and put into chronological order. The text spans his childhood in Corsica to exile on St Helena and covers family feuds, divorce from Josephine, retreat from Moscow, Waterloo and more - all in his own words. Napoleon was in inveterate writer, he dictated obsessively and edited his own scripts. He was also very aware of his position as one of history's great leaders. The book should be useful to military enthusiasts, historians and writers.