Napoleonic Literature
Napoleon

AS BEFITS A LEGEND
Building a Tomb for Napoleon, 1840-1861
by Michael Paul Driskel

ASSASSINATION AT ST. HELENA REVISITED
by Ben Weider and Sten Forshufvud

HOW TO MAKE WAR
by Napoleon
Translated by Keith Sanborn

IN THE WORDS OF NAPOLEON
The Emperor Day by Day
Edited by R. M. Johnson
New Material by Philip Haythornthwaite

THE MILITARY MAXIMS OF NAPOLEON
by Napoleon, George C., Translated by Sir D'Aguilar

THE MILITARY MAXIMS OF NAPOLEON
Edited by William E. Cairnes, Compiled with commentary by David G. Chandler

MIND OF NAPOLEON: A SELECTION OF HIS WRITTEN AND SPOKEN WORDS
by Napoleon, J. Christopher Herold (Editor)

MY NAPOLEON
by Catherine Brighton

NAPOLEON
(Profiles in Power Series)
by Geoffrey Ellis

NAPOLEON
An Intimate Account of the Years of Supremacy, 1800-1814
Produced and Edited by Proctor Patterson Jones

NAPOLEON AND HIS ARTISTS
by Timothy Wilson-Smith

NAPOLEON AND JOSEPHINE
An Improbable Marriage
by Evangeline Bruce

NAPOLEON BONAPARTE
by Alan Schom

TALKS OF NAPOLEON AT ST. HELENA WITH GENERAL BARON GOURGAUD
together with the journal kept by Gourgaud on their journey from waterloo to St. Helena
with notes by Elizabeth Wormeley Latimer


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