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CODE, NAPOLEON. The Code Civil of France, enacted into law during the reign of Napoleon, bore his name until the restoration of the Bourbons when it was deprived of that name, and it is now cited Code Civil.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Al-Shehabi's latest play, according to the playwright, narrates the life of Napoleon Bonaparte after fleeing with his family from Corsica Island to Marseilles in south France at the age of 21 years immediately following the French revolution.
In the preface, the editor explicitly emphasizes strong parallels between the time of the French Revolution and the late Roman Republic on the one hand and the life and career of Napoleon Bonaparte and Octavian/Augustus on the other.
The Legion of Honor was created in 1802 by Napoleon Bonaparte to reward outstanding service rendered to France.
scientists who accompanied the French commander Napoleon Bonaparte in his
Pip and Harry have a tough time delivering the important documents to the naval hero, actually ending up aboard Nelson's flagship, HMS Victory, as the fleet sets sail to vanquish France's Napoleon Bonaparte.
Created in l802 by Napoleon Bonaparte, the Lgion d'Honneur is the highest award given by the French Republic for outstanding service to France, regardless of the social status or the nationality of the recipients.
"Legion D'honneur" (National Order of the Legion of Honor) is a French order established by Napoleon Bonaparte in 1802.
In the spring of 1812, Napoleon Bonaparte was at the height of his powers.
A romantic novel by the Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, Clisson and Eugenie, has been translated into English and is due to be released in autumn this year
The Reconquest has been commemorated there ever since, but the bicentenary events, organised by the offices of the deputy mayor Santiago Dominquez, are the most elaborate to date and include an exhibition and international conference attended by Prince Charles Napoleon Bonaparte, the great-great-grand nephew of Napoleon and President of the European Federation of Napoleonic Cities.
The author of seven mystery novels and co-author of three forensic medicine books, physician Jerry Labriola turns his writing talents to a fictionalized account of the mysterious death of Napoleon Bonaparte that has intrigued researchers and historians for the better part of the last two hundred years.