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Insights and Observations from Napoleon Bonaparte: A Baker’s Dozen

“What then is, generally speaking, the truth of history? A fable agreed upon.” — Napoleon Bonaparte

Bonaparte Before the Sphinx, painting by Jean-Léon Gérôme. Public Domain

I once read that Napoleon Bonaparte was the most written about man of the 19th century. More than 100,000 books were penned about his life, ideas…




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