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Napoleon surrenders by Gilbert Martineau

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Published by Readers Union in Newton .
Written in English

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StatementGilbert Martineau ; translated from the French by Frances Partridge.
ContributionsPartridge, Frances.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19306702M

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Although the book title indicates that the time period in which it takes place is only the Days, after Napoleon's return from Elba, that takes up only the last half of the book As with most important characters in history, there is the build up to the major thrust of the story, so the author provides a fairly cursory but well done picture of Napoleon from the time he was a young soldier /5.   Napoleon was an extraordinary warlord and a great strategist. Wellington was the same age as Napoleon— He’d been fighting just as long and .   Napoleon returned to Paris and on June 22 abdicated in favor of his son. He decided to leave France before counterrevolutionary forces could rally against him, and on .   In a bid to regain his power, Napoleon waged one last war. That was his final defeat. On J , he surrendered.

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