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Military Career of Napoleon the Great

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Military Career of Napoleon the Great
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Publisher: E.A. Weeks & Co.
ISBN/ASIN: 148021597X
Number of pages: 598

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There has never been a time when the public was not eager to learn something new concerning the wonderful career of the man who once held all Europe prisoner in the folds of the French flag. The world regards Napoleon Bonaparte as a military genius at least, whatever it may think of the political or social side of his life, and its relation to France.

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