Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte
by Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons 1891
Number of pages: 355
This incredible set begins with Napoleon's birth in Corsica in 1769 and ends with his entombment in the Invalides in Paris in 1840, further set off by an additional section back of Volume IV, Napoleon's Will. These four illustrated volumes include chronologies, text, letters, and many many insights, both personal and professional, into the life and mind of a titan in world history.
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