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Era, The Napoleonic Guide wants to foster debate. Here is your forum
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One item on books you may want to add to your list, though sadly,
it is long ago out of print is "The Last Love" by Thomas Costain,
published in 1963.
Costain, known for his works such as "The Tontine" and "The Silver
Chalice" writes a story of Napoleon's relationship with Betsy Balcombe,
as well as detailing The Man of Destiny's stay on St. Helena.
Costain's great appreciation of history, as well as his fanatical
approach to detail, makes the book worthwhile bedside reading for
those wishing a closer look at Napoleon, the man.
I heartily suggest it to those who visit your site as an entertaining
- Scott Finley
tall was Napoleon Bonaparte?
Shaun wants to know: How tall was Napoleon? Some say he was
extremely short, while others say he was average height for the
of the Brave
Nicholas James Rogers was good enough to write in and take us to
task over our attitude towards Marshal Michel Ney - the bravest
of the brave. Nicholas objected to our calling him the brainless
of the brainless.
What is your opinion?