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- Story of the Celts: The Ancient Celts
- The Ancient Celts [ 8 ] What is surprising to most modern readers is just how widespread across Europe the Celts once were. The Celts have been called the "Fathers of Europe," that is north of the Greco-Roman Mediterranean. Long before the Germanic...
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- On this day in history: Napoleon Bonaparte married archduchess Marie-Louise
- Josephine had been unable to give Napoleon, now Emperor of the French and desperate for an heir to succeed him on the throne, a son. At 46 it was unlikely that she would. Napoleon decided that Josephine had to go.
- The year when fear of Napoleon stalked the land
- But in the same month a hundred years before, the country was rejoicing at the end – as they thought – of the long conflict with France, and the toppling of Napoleon Bonaparte.
- In new ads, Napoleon regrets letting go of Iowa
- Ever wondered what Napoleon Bonaparte would think of Iowa today, some 200-plus years after he handed it over to the United States in the Louisiana Purchase? Iowa officials think he'd be pretty upset about all that he gave up.
- Les Tuileries: The Phantom Palace of Paris
- When Napoleon Bonaparte consolidated his power after the Revolution, the Tuileries became his imperial palace, and the Louvre Museum the great repository of the treasures he brought back to France (one might say looted) during his conquests.
- Napoleon Bonaparte: Kuriose Mythen um den französischen Kaiser
- Blutiger Tyrann, ausgefuchster Winzling, gehörnter Ehemann: Über den französischen Herrscher Napoleon Bonaparte lässt sich vieles sagen. Doch was hat es mit dem selbstgekrönten Kaiser auf sich, der nach einer ruhmvollen Karriere im Exil verendete?