• Biography,  France,  History,  Napoleon

    New letters of Napoleon I, ( 1897) PDF book: omitted from the edition published under the auspices of Napoleon III;

    New letters of Napoleon I, ( 1897) PDF book: omitted from the edition published under the auspices of Napoleon III; New letters of Napoleon I Napoleon Bonaparte, born Napoleone di Buonaparte, byname “Le Corse” or “Le Petit Caporal”, was a French statesman and military leader who became notorious as an artillery commander during the French Revolution [Download This PDF Book ##download##]

  • Biography,  French Revolution,  History,  Napoleon

    Napoleon and the end of the French revolution Free PDF book (1910)

    Napoleon and the end of the French revolution Free PDF book (1910) Author: Warwick, Charles F. Publication Date: 1910  This book is a sequel to my works on Mira- beau, Danton, and Robespierre and their part in the French Revolution. The Revolution made Napoleon. He was its embodiment, its natural sequence; it culminated in him; he stood between its chaos and a Bourbon restoration and through a usurper and a despot he saved the salient principles of that great political upheaval and prevented an immediate and a permanent return to the abuses of the ancient regime. He brought order out of chaos, organized the government upon a stable basis, reestablished the…

  • Biography,  History,  Napoleon,  Travel

    In the footsteps of Napoleon (1915) ( With Illustrations) his life and its famous scenes Free PDF Book

    Download In the footsteps of Napoleon (1915) his life and its famous scenes Free PDF Book By James Morgan One of the best biographies about Napoleon, The author, an American, went to each place Napoleon went, giving a description of what happened there. He is an admirer of Napoleon but he is objective about Napoleon’s flaws and some very bad things he did. Excerpts from the Author’s introduction: Before writing this biography of Napoleon, I made a journey of nearly twenty thousand miles to the famous scenes in his life and along the line of his celebrated marches. The drama of history is as much entitled to its proper stage…