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Napoleon Bonaparte
Napoleon is the most charismatic general in French history, famed for his military successes and (at the same time) for not quite conquering Europe. Starting as a second lieutenant in the French artillery, he rose quickly through the ranks until he staged a 1799 coup that made him First Consul of France. (In 1804 he went further, proclaiming himself emperor.) He led his armies to victory after victory, and by 1807 France ruled territory that stretched from Portugal to Italy and north to the rive More »
Name at Birth: Napoleon Buonaparte
Born: August 15, 1769 (Ajaccio, Corsica)


Siegfried (Sidney) Pollard (21 April 1925 – 22 November 1998) was a British economic and labour historian, and Professor at the University of Sheffield.


Jul 16, 2018 ... Professor Tony Pollard at preview Waterloo Replayed wargame in Belgium ... Professor Tony Pollard with British Napoleonic re-enactors ...


Napoleon Bracy Jr. is a Democratic member of the Alabama House of Representatives, ... Pollard Park in Prichard, Alabama, named Pollard Samples Park.


A Guide to the Pollard & Bagby, Inc., Richmond, Va., Records, 1891-1920Call Number Mss3 P7635 a FA1AbstractGuide Company records primarily consist of ...


... ACCOUNTING IN THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION. SIDNEY POLLARD. The University, Sheffield. Search for more papers by this author · SIDNEY POLLARD.


Charles Teed Pollard, who was born in Fredericksburg, Virginia, August 25, 1805 , felt .... she afterwards married Achilles Murat, a nephew of Emperor Napoleon.


May 25, 2017 ... Jonathan Pollard, second from left, leaves federal court Monday, Dec. ... The parole terms issued upon Pollard's release from a federal prison in November 2015 after ..... Napoleon fever confirmed as hat sells for $400,000.


Jun 12, 2015 ... “Come general, the affair is over, we have lost the day,” Napoleon told one of his officers. “Let us be off.” The day was June 18, 1815. By about ...


I'm Valerie Pollard of the Valerie Pollard foundation. I'm Val." (just before being killed by a shard of mirror). "Bon voyage, my little Napoleon." (to Eric Pollard as a  ...