|Statement||by John Holland Rose.|
|LC Classifications||DC203 .R82|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||12021869|
—Simon Sebag Montefiore, Evening Standard, Books of the Year “Andrew Roberts’s Napoleon is a brilliant example of ‘great man’ history, brimming with personality and the high-octane Bonapartist spirit.” —John Bew, New Statesman, Books of the Year “Entertaining, even addictive Roberts writes with great vigor, style, and fluency.”Cited by: 5. “His most considerable work, the Life of Napoleon I, went through eleven editions in his lifetime, and still remains the most comprehensive treatment of the subject in English, excelling both in its mastery of the general history and in its clear presentation of Napoleon. On this book Rose obtained the degree of Litt.D. at Cambridge in and established his reputation as a . Smith, D., Napoleon’s Regiments: Battle Histories of the Regiments of the French Army, , London: Greenhill Books, Key book for history of the Napoleonic army. Smith, D., The Greenhill Napoleonic Wars data book, London: Greenhill Books, , p. All those military facts at your fingertips. ART HISTORY. “Is another long life of Napoleon really necessary? On three counts, the answer given by Andrew Roberts’s impressive book is an emphatic yes. The most important is that this is the first single-volume general biography to make full use of the treasure trove of Napoleon’s 33,odd letters, which began being published in Paris only in /5(10).
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