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Did you notice the quote about Napolean?
” A leader is a dealer in Hope.” Yes, the legend and a great warrior from the history has said very practical, brave and wonderful words. We love his words and sword both.
Napolean Bonapart was not very tall, yet he became one of the tallest legends of history.
Almost five foot five that too with his boots on. But that used to be the average height of a Frenchman in those days. Napolean received the title “le Petit Caporal” (the Little Corporal).
Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821), also known as Napoleon I, was a French military leader and emperor who conquered much of Europe in the early 19th century. Napolean was born on the island of Corsica, his success was rapid and phenomenal. And of course, he was a brave warrior. It was the times of French Revolution (1789-1799) when he rose through it, climbed ranks of the military and after seizing political reign in France in a 1799 coup d’état, he crowned himself emperor in 1804. Shrewd, ambitious and a skilled military strategist, Napoleon successfully waged war against various coalitions of European nations and expanded his empire.
However, after a disastrous French invasion of Russia in 1812, Napoleon abdicated the throne two years later and was exiled to the island of Elba. In 1815, he briefly returned to power in his Hundred Days campaign. After a crushing defeat at the Battle of Waterloo, he abdicated once again and was exiled to the remote island of Saint Helena, where he died at 51.
Yes, Napolean was shrewd, ambitious and a skilled military strategist, He fought well, ruled well. After a crushing defeat at the Battle of Waterloo, he abdicated once again and was exiled to the remote island of Saint Helena, where he died at 51.
In October 1815, Napoleon was exiled to an obscure, remote place, British-held island of Saint Helena. He died there on May 5, 1821, at age 51, most likely from stomach cancer. (During his time in power, Napoleon often posed for paintings with his hand in his vest, leading to some speculation after his death that he had been plagued by stomach pain for years.)