Bonaparte Correlli Barnett

ISBN: 9780049440111

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224 pages


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Bonaparte  by  Correlli Barnett

Bonaparte by Correlli Barnett
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Born in Corsica, Bonaparte was never truly a Frenchman. This study of Napoleon Bonaparte dispels several of the myths about the politician & commander in his field.Correlli Barnett sees Bonaparte as an ambitious demagogic politician first &MoreBorn in Corsica, Bonaparte was never truly a Frenchman. This study of Napoleon Bonaparte dispels several of the myths about the politician & commander in his field.Correlli Barnett sees Bonaparte as an ambitious demagogic politician first & foremost, & secondly as a military leader.

In his view, Bonapartes campaigns were primarily expedients to serve his political ambition. He does not believe there was a turning point in Bonapartes career after which his fortunes or abilities declined, but rather that there was a consistent pattern from the outset to the final catastrophe at Waterloo.



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