Where Did Napoleon Bonaparte Die?

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On 6th February 1821 Napoleon Bonaparte, died on his medi-care bed in France. The causes given for the demise of Napoleon range from the fantastical to the plausible with some claiming that he was murdered. His physician François Carlo Antommarchi performed the post mortem, which found stomach cancer as the cause of death, though he did not sign the official report.
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Napoleon Bonaparte died of stomach cancer at the age of 51 on May 5, 1821.
Napoleon Bonaparte died of stomach cancer even though there are several other death conspiracy theories. Some even believe that he died in the jealous hands of his rivals while others think that he died out of depression after he was taken a captive after ruling illustriously for over 5 decades. However, the cancer is the most probable speculation.
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Napoleon Bonaparte born in August 1769 died in May of 1821 in France at the age of 51. He is buried in Paris. He died from stomach cancer.
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He died of stomach cancer. Although some believed he died of arsenic poisoning, he did, in fact, pass from gastromic cancer in his stomach. Everyone was exposed to a high level of
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Officially it is unsure, most think he died of stomach cancer during exile, some
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It is believed that Napoleon Bonaparte died of stomach cancer while he was in exile on St. Helena. He Died on the 5th of May 1821!
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