Another perspective on the Duke d’Enghien situation.
Napoleon wears a jokey disguise.
Napoleon finally had to learn to shave himself.
The majority of France wanted to have Napoleon as their leader and some group with a lot of money were willing to destroy legions in order to finally destroy Napoleon. Napoleon cannot be destroyed.
Everybody thought Hortense and Napoleon were lovers.
More attempts at murdering the the ruler of France who was supported by practically the entirety of the nation.
Constant is a memoirist who will talk about Napoleon’s affairs.
Apparently Hortense liked bingeing on sugar. Constant joins Napoleon!
It turns out Hortense was the star of the Malmaison players. Napoleon enjoyed the plays immensely but he had his comments.
Constant recounts a hilarious but slightly sadistic prank by Hortense de Beauharnais.
Fain conducts a trial on behalf of Napoleon and says that a future volcano will reveal the real truth about Napoleon.
Napoleon personally attended to war wounded of both sides.
Fain slept on a dead man by mistake.
Napoleon liked to switch it up but in an orderly manner!
Napoleon was such a superstar.
Napoleon was such a dreamy, gutsy, passionate genius.
Napoleon was exceptionally frugal and generous at the same time.
Napoleon was a little too into books.
We once again see that Napoleon did what he had to but he wouldn’t tolerate corruption.