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captainknell · 28 minutes ago
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My reading spot 🇫🇷
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viktor-sbor · 3 hours ago
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Jean-Jules-Antoine Lecomte du Nouÿ  (1842–1923)-The supper of Beaucaire, 28 July 1793. Date between 1869 and 1894.
The supper of Beaucaire, 28 July 1793 (Le souper de Beaucaire ) was a political pamphlet written by Napoleon Bonaparte in 1793. It was during these events, in 1793, that he spoke with four merchants from the Midi and heard their views. He later wrote about his conversation in the form of a pamphlet, calling for an end to the civil war.
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incorrectmidc · 5 hours ago
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It's as if the powers of the universe conspired to make you mine.
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incorrectmidc · 7 hours ago
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Napoleon Bonaparte in 21st century Japan. 😄
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kaxen · 12 hours ago
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ultrafreepics · 18 hours ago
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Dream Interpretation of Napoleon Bonaparte
Dream Interpretation of Napoleon Bonaparte
What does it meaning Napoleon Bonaparte in the dream? To dream of Napoleon Bonaparte represents controlling behavior that imposes a need for full integrity before all else. To dream of Napoleon Bonaparte means sign of power and brilliant idea to solve the obstacles that can be presented to you in your life. When you dream of Napoleon Bonaparte mounted in a white horse you require of public…
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ikemen-vampire-blog · 18 hours ago
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Ikemen vampire masterlist
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Comte de saint germain
William Shakespeare
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Isaac Newton
Arthur Conan Doyle
Vincent Van Gogh
Theodorus Van Gogh
Leonardo da vinci
Dazai Osamu
Jean d’ arc
Napoleon Bonaparte
Sebastian
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captainknell · 20 hours ago
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Peeking in on the Napoleon House and some random antiques in windows
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captainknell · 20 hours ago
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Excuse me while I geek out on Napoleon stuff in New Orleans but... I just saw one of his death masks, the coronation painting, a handkerchief, and bees
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symphonyoflovenet · a day ago
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Great men are meteors, who, by their burning, light the world.
Napoleon Bonaparte, Napoleon in His Own Words
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joachimnapoleon · a day ago
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The Emperor is excessively occupied with his future, he speaks of it all the time and is almost in love with it. Everyone who was opposed to the marriage is now overjoyed. You know my good and my constant friendship for you; listen to the counsels of a friend who only desires your happiness. Show no more opposition which will turn to your detriment; your inclination for the Russian alliance will become suspect in the eyes of the Emperor, who wants us to think like him.... It is in your interest, and that of our children, that you not alienate yourself from the Emperor's heart, show him that only the fear that he would not be happy in this alliance could alone have induced you to have an opinion other than his own, but that since he finds his happiness there, your own is in conforming to his will and submitting to his desires. Surrender yourself thus to his orders. Believe me, to have at this moment another sentiment would signify only an unwarranted stubbornness. By your not coming to the wedding, your enemies might suspect that you only acted for your own interests, and suggest that to the Emperor. Besides, the Russian is too ugly and too young, and the Emperor is delighted to marry the Austrian, of whom the greatest good is generally said.
-Caroline Murat, trying to convince her husband to support Napoleon's marriage to Marie-Louise, 27 February 1810.
Source: Lettres et documents pour servir à l’histoire de Joachim Murat, Vol. 8
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mvaljean525 · a day ago
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                Je n'ai pas succédé à Louis XVI mais à Charlemagne.
                     I did not succeed Louis XVI but Charlemagne.
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Napoléon Bonaparte  1769–1821 - Napoleon I Empereur des Français
A Pie VII, le jour du Sacre, 2 décembre 1804. de Napoléon Bonaparte Références de Napoléon Bonaparte - Biographie de Napoléon Bonaparte
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Graphic - Anne-Louis Girodet de Roussy-Trioson  1767-1824
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captainknell · a day ago
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If I wasn't on my way to New Orleans, I'd probably be at home enjoying some Chicken Marengo on the anniversary of the Battle of Marengo June 14, 1800
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"Impossible is a word to be found only in the dictionary of fools." - Napoleon Bonaparte [1200x630]
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gogoraphus · 2 days ago
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Re-watched Waterloo 1970
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My 14567th braincell tell me to draw this silly one. Maybe i uh....just make his relaxing time a bit more wholesome??
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scp-xxxx · 2 days ago
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Is this the first of Napoleon memes?
France’s Army in Russia, June 24th, 1812:
French Officer: “He's constantly confusing, confounding, the Russian henchmen Everyone give it up for France’s favorite fighting Frenchman!” 
 French Army: “Napoleon Bonaparte!” 
Napoleon: Gets wheeled in on a large, flat cart by a few horses because he’s frozen solid 
 French army members: Starts cheering but stops in shock 
 Napoleon: “Don’t worry! I’ll be fine! Just taking an ice bath. Those are all the rage these days.”
From my talented discord friend Feathered#8351
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captainknell · 3 days ago
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*Book report!*
Napoleon Bonaparte by Alan Schom
I read this book as a teenager and felt like I didn't retain or fully understand a lot of it, so I read it again as I'm beginning my new Napoleon research. It's a very good book, although I feel the author isn't completely unbiased throughout. But the thing that stands out to me the most, is Schom's unwavering opinion on Napoleon's death was that he was murdered by Montholon. I've always been on the fence about whether he was poisoned or if it was stomach cancer. He obviously had stomach troubles all his life, but there were mysterious deaths on St. Helena leading up to his own and Montholon definitely had motives.
What do YOU think? I'd like to hear your opinions please!
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lyraprewett · 3 days ago
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My red flags (history edition)
-If they know a little bit too much about WW2 military history
-If they are a Bonapartiste (even worse if they are actually French)
-If they think Alexander the Great was straight
-If they use the term "really good friends" to describe a friendship of two historical figures who were clearly more than friends
-If they are obsessed with "blackwashing" North African history
-If their favourite historical period is Imperialist Europe
-If they get mad when you tell them that Cleopatra was pretty much white
-If they don't understand the importance of context
-If they think colonialism is exclusively to Europe
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