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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.

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Philip Dwyer has produced a well-written and thoughtfully argued account of the early life of Napoleon Bonaparte.
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.
Napoleon Bonaparte is one of those historical figures best known today through hearsay and caricature.
Portraying the legendary conqueror Napoleon Bonaparte during his years of exile after his defeat at Waterloo, Monsieur N.
Well, I am puzzled, and so I ask him, 'Yesterday morning, you told me you were Napoleon Bonaparte.
Now, in July 1805, Napoleon Bonaparte paced impatiently at Boulogne (bao-LOH-nyuh), on the northern coast of France (see map, p.
Napoleon Bonaparte conquered Europe but throughout his life suffered from ailurophobia, the fear of cats.
The recent spate of TV programs on Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of the French, have aroused interest in the 19th century dictator and this publication from Greenhill makes an invaluable companion reader.
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If you think about it, French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte is something of an American hero.
Napoleon Bonaparte probably died of stomach cancer, not arsenic poisoning, according to, .