Napoleon the Little: Easyread Comfort Edition
Hugo's Napoleon the Little is a satirical comparison of Napoleon I and II, published in 1852. Earlier was monument of leadership, while latter a complete failure. During his reign, France went to an edge of ruin. This conscience-shaking work with references from other sources is illuminating for readers of all times!
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The Other Crimes
The Absolution First Phase
Second Phase The Oath
Progress Contained In The Coup
Slow Movement of Normal Progress
What Providence Has Done
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