The Age of Napoleon

Susan P. Conner, quot;The Age of Napoleonquot;
Greenwood | 2004 | ISBN: 0313320144, 0313039429 | 256 pages | File type: PDF | 13,5 mb
Hegel called him quot;an idea on horseback,quot; a description that suggests Napoleon Bonaparte's complexity, as well as the extent to which he changed France, Europe, and the world. Napoleon has been called a visionary, a pragmatist, a cynical opportunist, an ogre, and a demigod. Here, he is described in his own words and the words of his contemporaries: from his clannishness to his knack for being at the right place at the right time, and from his genius to his obsession with detail.

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