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- charles, prince napoléon (napoléon vii charles)1997–present(disputed) , , 19 october 1950, boulogne-billancourt son of louis, prince
- napoleon bonaparte. (links no , napoléon bonaparte napoleɔ̃ bɔnɑpaʁt corsican: napoleone buonaparte; 15 august 1769 – 5 may 1821) was a
- the burning of moscow , as napoleon was set to invade, he sees as a the first step toward formlessness spengler designates napoleonism.
- my uncle napoleon the most notable of which is 'uncle napoleonism' or to call someone 'uncle napoleon', which refers to a belief or a
- louis-napoléon bonaparte (20 april 1808 – 9 january 1873) was the first president of the french second republic and, as napoleon iii,
- napoléon is a 1927 epic silent french film directed by abel gance that tells the story of napoleon 's early years. is napoléon vu par
- the napoleonic wars (1803–1815) were a series of wars between napoleon's french empire and a series of opposing coalitions.
- napoleon is a historical miniseries which explored the life of napoleon bonaparte . in 2002, it was the most expensive television
- about a third of napoleon's soldiers were killed or wounded; russian losses, while heavier, could be replaced due to russia's large
- napoleon i , emperor of the french , has become a worldwide cultural icon generally ****ociated with tactical brilliance, ambition and