Neil Wenborn: Napoleon – In a Nutshell (unabridged)

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Neil Wenborn: Napoleon – In a Nutshell (unabridged)

Catalogue No:

NA0059

Discs:

1

Release date:

26th April 2011

Barcode:

9781843795216

Length:

79 minutes

Medium:

CD (download also available)
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Neil Wenborn: Napoleon – In a Nutshell (unabridged)


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Napoleon is one of the giants of modern history. From the last days of the French Revolution to the epochal battle of Waterloo he bestrode the political landscape of Europe like a colossus, and the age to which he gave his name remains one of the most tumultuous in the history of the continent. But who was Napoleon Bonaparte? And why does he still arouse such powerful passions? This audiobook traces the remarkable rise and fall of a man who, as military leader and lawgiver, left his mark on the lives of millions in France and beyond, and whose presence continues to be felt in Europe and the wider world to the present day.

Neil Wenborn: Napoleon - In a Nutshell

'In our time,' Napoleon once remarked…

The man who was to become Napoleon I, Emperor of the French…

In the short term however, Napoleon's visibility after Toulon…

This spectacular turnaround in Napoleon's professional prospects

In December 1797 Napoleon returned to Paris.

His timing was perfect.

As First Consul, Napoleon would apply to the rebuilding…

Perhaps most significant of all…

Meanwhile, however, the Peace of Amiens was already breaking…

So it was, that in the late summer of 1805…

With the end of the Fourth Coalition…

The years after Wagram saw the Spanish conflict drag on…

Napoleon would describe Borodino as 'the most terrible…'

When hostilities resumed…

Thus began the period known as the Hundred Days…

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