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Cellent volume s a must for anyone Buried interestedn the period and s enthusiastically recommended It s a great read and excellent history and the author s "to be greatly commended for both the effort "be greatly commended for both the effort the product This volume s definitely a keeper This s a long book that s because of ts length and weight eminently suited to a Kindle although f you have a tablet as well you will appreciate the fine colour llustrations and get out of the mapsIt s extremely readable and uite often becomes gripping The author s style s distinguished both by clarity of expression and a mastery of the narrative art I found t difficult to put downNot only are Napoleon s battles depicted clearly and with an uncanny sense of the topology of a battlefield but the author A Certain Justice (Adam Dalgliesh, involves usn the Emperor s personal and family life often with amusing or The Shadow Reader interesting anecdotes The book also without ever flagging examines Napoleon s contribution to the fields of law giving and the social reform that was necessary after the stagnation under the Bourbons and the excesses of the French RevolutionI can not recommend this book highly enoug. Allows a complete re evaluation of this exceptional man He overturns many received opinionsncluding the myth of a great romance with Josephine she took *A Lover Immediately After *lover Cinderella Unmasked (Fairytale Fantasies immediately after marriage and as Roberts shows he had three times as many mistresses as he acknowledgedOf the climactic Battle of Leipzign 1813 as the fighting closed around them a French sergeant major wrote 'No one who has not experienced t can have any dea of the enthusiasm that burst forth among the half starved exhausted soldiers when the Emperor was there The Power Of A Choice in person If all were demoralised and he appeared his presence was like an electric shock All shouted Vive l'Empereur and everyone charged blindlynto the fire'The reader of this biography will understand why this was so.
Andrew Roberts Ú 1 CHARACTERSA great book about one the greatest personalities n recent history I always thought he was similar to Hitler but after reading this I see there s no comparison Napoleon was well versed n reading history He lost 6 battles out of about 46 Some of the laws he established n France are
still n use today Unbiased objectivefun and as close to accurate as possible I suppose Napoleon was a product and *anin use today Unbiased objectivefun and as close to accurate as possible I suppose Napoleon was a product and *an of his time 5 million dead can testify to the dangers of revolution combined with an opportunistic boyish *outcome of his time 5 million dead can testify to the dangers of revolution combined with an opportunistic boyish worshipper for ages to come Took me 25 years to finish and I loved every bit of this tale I m a RN but I take great Oh My God, What a Complete Aisling interestn history The point of what I m saying Monsieur Pain is that the author writesn a way that s engaging to anyone with nterest and passion This s a monumental effort by a recognized historian and the result s an excellent biography of Napoleon This s a sympathetic biography of the French Emperor and t ranks right up there with the 1971 biography of Napoleon by Vincent Cronin and the new biography of Napoleon by Michael BroersThe author gives Napoleon what the Emperor deserv. 'A Napoleonic triumph of a book Dare to Lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts. irresistibly galloping with the momentum of a cavalry charge' Simon Sebag Montefiore'Simply dynamite' Bernard CornwellFrom Andrew Roberts author of the bestsellers The Storm of War and Churchill Walking with Destiny thiss the definitive modern biography of NapoleonNapoleon Bonaparte lived one of the most extraordinary of all human lives In the space of just twenty years from October 1795 when as a young artillery captain he cleared the streets of Paris of nsurrectionists to his final defeat at the horribly mismanaged battle of Waterloo n June 1815 Napoleon transformed France and Europe After seizing power n a coup d'état he ended the corruption and ncompetence nto which the Revolution had descended In a series. Es a fair and mpartial look and gives Napoleon his due both militarily and as a civilian head of state The author *definitely demonstrates that Napoleon was neither TYRANT NOR MILITARY DICTATOR AGREEING IN nor military dictator agreeing n with the *demonstrates that Napoleon was neither tyrant nor military dictator agreeing n fact with the French historian Thierry Lentz and also demonstrates that Napoleon was both a lawgiver and a reformer not only for France but for those allies and satellites that either belonged to or were allied to the French EmpireWhat s also uite evident when reading the book that Napoleon as a head of state was vastly superior to his fellow monarchs No other head of state n Europe or Russia guaranteed to his citizens freedom of religion euality before the law basic civil rights and a law code the justly famous Code Civile also known as the Code Napoleon Further none of Napoleon s fellow monarchs even attempted the social and governmental reforms achieved by Napoleon many of them n his first four years as French head of stateAnd even though Napoleon s fantastic career ended n defeat and exile he was still recognized as the best soldier of his age and was recognized as such by WellingtonThis ex. Of dazzling battles he reinvented the art of warfare; Globalization: A Multi-Dimensional System, Third Edition in peace he completely remade the laws of France modernised her systems of education and administration and presided over a flourishing of the beautiful 'Empire style'n the arts The Billionaires Contract Engagement (Kings of the Boardroom impossibility of defeating his most persistent enemy Great Britain led him to make draining and ultimately fatal expeditionsnto Spain and Russia where half a million Frenchmen died and his Empire began to unravelMore than any other modern biographer Andrew Roberts conveys Napoleon's tremendous energy both physical and ntellectual and the attractiveness of his personality even to his enemies He has walked 53 of Napoleon's 60 battlefields and has absorbed the gigantic new French edition of Napoleon's letters which.