Four Years an Empress: Marie-Louise, Second Wife of Napoleon
J. Murray, 1962 - 304 pages
The author recreates the atmosphere and dramatic background of Imperial life in the France of Napoleon. She tells of the rigid Austrian childhood of Marie-Louise, her marriage to the hated Napoleon, with whom she later fell in love, and her life, both with him, and later when she refused to follow him into exile.
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An Empress dies A dangerous one takes her place
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