The Rise and Fall of Napoleon Bonaparte.

The Rise and Fall of Napoleon Bonaparte The celebrated French general and emperor Napoleon I was born in Ajaccio in Corsica in France had acquired Corsica only months before his birth and in his early years Napoleon was a Corsican

  • Title: The Rise and Fall of Napoleon Bonaparte.
  • Author: Robert B. Asprey
  • ISBN: 9780316644693
  • Page: 269
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  • The celebrated French general and emperor Napoleon I was born in Ajaccio in Corsica in 1769 France had acquired Corsica only 15 months before his birth, and in his early years, Napoleon was a Corsican nationalist who considered the French to be oppressors Nevertheless, Napoleon was sent to military academies in France, and when he graduated in 1785 at the age of 16, he bThe celebrated French general and emperor Napoleon I was born in Ajaccio in Corsica in 1769 France had acquired Corsica only 15 months before his birth, and in his early years, Napoleon was a Corsican nationalist who considered the French to be oppressors Nevertheless, Napoleon was sent to military academies in France, and when he graduated in 1785 at the age of 16, he became a second lieutenant in the French army.

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    1. Robert B. Asprey

      Robert Brown Asprey was born in Sioux City, Iowa 1923 January 26, 2009 and was an American military historian and author, noted for his books on military history published between 1959 and 2001.Asprey received a bachelor s degree from the University of Iowa in 1949, after serving in World War II He also studied at New College, Oxford, at the University of Vienna, and at the University of Nice.In World War II, Asprey was a member of the secret Marine Beach Jumper Unit, then joined the 5th Marine Division In the 1950s, he served in U.S Army Intelligence in Austria before returning to the U.S Marine Corps in the Korean War with the rank of captain He received a Purple Heart and a Presidential Unit Citation for his service.

    575 thoughts on “The Rise and Fall of Napoleon Bonaparte.”

    1. A decent work about one of history's greatest megalomaniacs. And no, I am not talking about the inept fool who is giving today his last state of the nation address in his usual form of a litany of lies.


    2. Pretty average popularist biography covering the events in short sharp little bites. I guess for it's purpose it does well but not for anyone who has already read fairly widely into the era




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