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The Fondation Napoléon? It's the two great Napoleons and their relations, the history of France and Europe in the 19th century all media. Tweets in English.
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Fondation Napoléon Oct 18
Big Napoleonic event in Nice this weekend!!
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Fondation Napoléon Oct 17
Replying to @shannonselin
"Given the many contemporary accounts Napoleon’s life, it’s surprising there are not more 1sthand references to his superstitious beliefs"??
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Fondation Napoléon Oct 17
Replying to @shannonselin
"he was prone to more everyday superstitions and has been credited with some fantastical beliefs." ????
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Fondation Napoléon Oct 17
That LIVE is coming up later today. Don't miss it!!!
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Fondation Napoléon Oct 17
BBC News - St Helena's new airport boosts tourism hopes
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Fondation Napoléon Oct 16
Marie-Louise's self-sacrifice...
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Fondation Napoléon Oct 16
15/10/1815 Napoleon 1st set foot on St Helena. Digital Bibliography by our own with
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Fondation Napoléon Oct 16
Replying to @shannonselin
But you leave us with the overall (and incorrect) impression that N was superstitious, when he wasn't particularly so...
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Fondation Napoléon Oct 16
Un esordio illuminante! Talk on Napoleon and the Grandé Armée (in Italian) in Lucca tomorrow afternoon
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Fondation Napoléon Oct 13
Replying to @shannonselin
All the rest is unsubstantiated nonsense...
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Fondation Napoléon Oct 13
Replying to @shannonselin
You quote Meneval his secretary who says N was not superstitious. End of story!!!
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Fondation Napoléon Oct 13
Jean Tulard giving his talk Tuesday 17/10 LIVE on our French Facebook page . Tune in at 18h GMT+1
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Dr Bernard Wilkin Oct 11
The wooden leg of Charlier jambe-de-bois, from Liège, who lost his limb while serving in the Napoleonic army in 1814.
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Fondation Napoléon Oct 11
11/10/1804: Josephine reached Paris in time for arrival of grandson (of Hortense) Napoleon-Louis
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Fondation Napoléon Oct 11
Account of Lannes' embalmed body in Larrey archive
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Fondation Napoléon Oct 9
Gospel according to Las Cases! It's all in this week's Newsletter
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Fondation Napoléon Oct 6
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Fondation Napoléon Oct 6
Napoleon exhibition opens tomorrow in Arras
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Fondation Napoléon Oct 6
It's out as of yesterday. Time to get your copy, we'd say...
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Fondation Napoléon Oct 5
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