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Tom Osander Oct 15
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Today In History Oct 18
19 Oct 1813: suffers his first decisive defeat at the Battle of , aka Battle of the Nations. Some 600,000 fought, making it the largest in prior to .
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Today In History Dec 2
2 Dec 1804: has himself crowned Emperor of France at the Notre Dame in , .
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Shannon Selin Jun 29
Napoleon's brother Lucien died on June 29, 1840. Lucien refused to give up his wife when demanded, thus he was never given a throne
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โ›ฉ ๐‘ซ๐’†๐’‚๐’•๐’‰ ๐’ƒ๐’š ๐‘ฏ๐’Š๐’ƒ๐’‚๐’„๐’‰๐’Š โ›ฉ May 5
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Herbier UCBLyon1 7 Dec 18
We are apparently not the only ones to love sheets in 's ! ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ˜ฑ
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Jane Thornthwaite Sep 18
This morning the visited re 2019 transportation project
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Your Highness Dec 3
Weinbar... und . Unfuckingfassbar!
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TheQuestForGreatness 16 Jan 19
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Lally Brown Jan 19
What was life like for when he was exiled to remote after Waterloo in 1815, and what was life like for those who accompanied him to the island?
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Geri Walton Aug 9
Image of the Duke of Wellington and Napoleon Bonaparte. "En fin Bonaparte met a execution son projet de Descente en Agleterre."
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StVincents/DCUSaints Oct 19
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WereldPijnCafรฉ Oct 2
The and are founded by the and under full control of the please notice the last name of Joseph. He was a like
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We. the Revolution 22 Dec 18
People, whatโ€™s the matter? Why are you so angry? ๐ŸŽ Wishlist game on : ๐Ÿ‘€ Follow Steam Homepage:
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Katherine Bone Feb 26
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Pendar Dec 20
Every day is like the same old song...
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Geri Walton Jul 3
Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of France dated May 31 1815 and supposedly a satire on Napoleon's return from Elba and the Hundred Days. From
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Adrienne Haskins Oct 24
Who says we canโ€™t learn about bones with a cute fiction text. ๐Ÿ’€is falling apart and his friends are there to help him. We worked on sequencing the events in the story. We talked about why our bones are important. We connected to our ๐Ÿค” on bones. ๐Ÿš€
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Truce Podcast Sep 4
Here is 's in , . It is gigantic! Does it seem like too much? Should the celebrate a man like him? Listen to the Truce Podcast to learn more
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Jelle van Lottum Mar 15
Swans for the Consul! Reading Adam 's biography of Napoleon I remembered a nice personal link (well sort of) between @dutchprizepapers and ! When collecting data for what would become my dataset I came across the ship de Jonge Willem 1/
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