Item description for Napoleon by Jacques Bainville...
Amidst the extensive literature on Napoleon and his age, this brilliant study stands out: In concentrates on Napoleon the man, shedding light on the why and wherefore of his actions.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.02" Width: 6.04" Height: 1.18" Weight: 1.74 lbs.
Publisher Simon Publications
ISBN 1931541795 ISBN13 9781931541794
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More About Jacques Bainville
Jacques Bainville was born in 1879 and died in 1936.
The great strength of Jacques Bainville is its ability to highlight a concise and methodical psychology of the Emperor of the French.
Beyond that, "Napoleon" is a historical study fruitful whose scientific value is recognized by the University. The high quality of "Napoleon" is still vocations historians in France.
A necessary reading of pure delightment.
A must to understand the man Oct 17, 2005
Napoléon by Bainville is the best book ever written because it shows a young boy, who hardly speaks the language when he comes to France military school in Brienne, how destiny evolves and how such a brain is always thinking, learning, doing, deciding, organizing and finding new ways in front of new challenges no matter how dark it looks.
Leading its army he knew how to address soldiers, make battle plans and direct battle. It is a miracle he was not killed on the battle front many times. It also shows the perfidious Albion trying hard to make alliances to out maneuver his plans of making Europe from France to Ural mountains. It shows the smallness of today's leaders that do not decide without an army of consultants, spinners and writers and do not have the wisdom to make something that could last 200 years like the civil code.