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Debunking Five Persistent Myths About Napoleon Bonaparte

Setting the record straight

Napoleon crossing the Alps (Image: Wikimedia Commons)

If you ask 100 random people to name the most famous leader of the past 200 years, you’re likely to get a wide range of answers, encompassing both the good and the bad. Some might say George Washington or Abraham Lincoln, while others will go to the opposite extreme with Adolph Hitler or Josef Stalin. It’s also fairly…

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Paul Combs

Paul Combs

Writer, bookseller, would-be roadie for the E Street Band. My ultimate goal is to make books as popular in Texas as high school football...it may take a while.

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