4 edition of Napoleon III, man of destiny found in the catalog.
Napoleon III, man of destiny
Brison Dowling Gooch
|Statement||Edited by Brison D. Gooch.|
|Series||European problem studies|
|LC Classifications||DC280 .G66 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||122 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||122|
|LC Control Number||75012666|
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A truly disappointing book that focuses on everything other than what matters about the life of Napoleon III. Endless pages devoted to discussing his sex life and mistresses, the house he bought as a "bolt hole" in England, and the possible cause of his death -- far more on each of these matters than on the principal events of his 20+ years ruling France.4/5(17).
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Get this from a library. Napoleon III, man of destiny: enlightened statesman or proto-Fascist?. [Brison Dowling Gooch]. Not as well known as Napoleon I, Napoleon III ruled France much longer than Napoleon I and died in exile on British soil, just as the first Napoleon did.
A well researched book, this covers his entire life from his childhood growing up with all the Bonaparte in France and in exile. If anyone could justify having a Napoleon Complex, it is this guy/5. A personal friend of Napoleon's said that when he first met him in Brienne-le-Château as a young man, Napoleon was only notable "for the dark color of his complexion, for his piercing and scrutinising glance, and for the style of his conversation"; he also said that Napoleon was personally a serious and somber man: "his conversation bore the Burial: 15 DecemberLes Invalides, Paris, France.
An interesting overview of the life and reign of Napoleon III and his Empress Eugenie. Smith is definitely a fan and so the book has an apologist slant, but it doesn't detract from a very good introduction to the second empire.
The book concentrates on various generalities of the empire, adding just enough intimate detail to keep it 4/5.