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Napoleon: Dictator or Liberator?
Author: King646
 

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English
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1 (standart text format)
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Essay
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History
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04.09.2006.
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Paper ID:
424824

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Dictator. Napoleon was born into a noble family in 1769, and showed an interest in the military at an early age. In 1785, Napoleon set out to become a lieutenant in the French artillery. Napoleon was unsuccessful in fighting for Corsican independence, however he returned to France and was seen as a patriot. Napoleon was given leadership over French forces in Italy and won great victories there in 1796 and 1797. Although his next campaign, Egypt, was a failure, Napoleon managed to travel back to France before the truth was uncovered, keeping his reputation unaffected.
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