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Life this magnificent book examines how Napoleone Buonaparte the boy from Corsica became ‘Napoleon’; how he achieved what he did and how it came about that he undid it It does not justify or condemn but seeks instead to understand Napoleon’s extraordinary trajectory‘Napoleon is an out and out masterpiece and a joy to read’ Sir Antony Beevor author of StalingradA landmark new biography that presents the man behind the many myths The first writer in English to go back to the original European sources Adam Zamoyski’s portrait of Napoleon is historical biography at its finestNapoleon inspires passionately held and often conflicting visions Was he a god like genius Romantic avatar megalomaniac monster compulsive warmonger or just a nasty little dictator?While he displayed elements of these traits at certain times Napoleon was none of these things He was a man and as Adam Zamoyski presents him in this landmark biography a rather ordinary one at that He exhibited some extraordinary ualities during some phases of his life but it is hard to credit genius to a general who presided over the worst and self inflicted disaster in military history and who single handedly destroyed the great enterprise he and others had toiled so hard to construct A brilliant tactician he was no strategistBut nor was Napoleon an evil monster He could be selfish and violent but there is no evidence of him wishing to inflict suffering gratuitously His motives were mostly praiseworthy and his ambition no greater than that of contemporaries such as Alexander I of Russia Wellington Nelson and manyWhat made his ambition exceptional was the scope it was accorded by circumstanceAdam Zamoyski strips away the lacuer of prejudice and places Napoleon the man within the context of his times In the s a young Napoleon entered a world at war a bitter struggle for supremacy and survival with leaders motivated by a uest for power and by self interest He did not start this war but it dominated his life and continued with one brief interruption until his final defeat in Based on primary sources in many European languages and beautifully illustrated with portraits done only from life this magnificent book examines how Napoleone Buonaparte the boy from Corsica became ‘Napoleon’; how he achieved what he did and.

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