Published January 2005
by Ravenhall Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
Full text of "Napoleon's letters to Josephine, ;" See other formats. The Love Letters Napoleon Sent Josephine got Pretty Hot and Steamy. Stefan Andrews. Young Napoleon and Josephine. Napoléon Bonaparte was an excellent military strategist. He was crowned Emperor of the French in , forging his status as . Love Letters of Napoleon. Not only was Napoleon Bonaparte a man of politics and action, he was also a passionate lover. Here we present some of the many letters he wrote to his loves, including Josephine Beauharnais, Marie Waleska and Marie-Louise of Austria. Let us know if you find any others. I loved this little book and read through it very quickly. It was interesting to me to read Napoleon's personal and private correspondence to Josephine. Each of the letters are presented in chronological order as they were written. One can very easily read Napoleon's varying moods through his written words at the time of each letter that is /5.
Napoleon's insatiable ambition took him from Italy to Egypt, from general to emperor, yet he and Josephine wrote frank, revealing letters to keep in touch. This collection of letters reveals much about the times through which Napoleon and Josephine prospered and about the forces which played upon a couple who rose at astonishing speed to the Author: Napoleon Bonaparte. Buy a cheap copy of The Letters of Napoleon to Josephine book by Napoléon Bonaparte. Free shipping over $ Get this from a library! The letters of Napoleon to Josephine. [Napoleon, Emperor of the French; Josephine, Empress consort of Napoleon I Emperor of the French; Diana Reid Haig] -- "Napoleon was but a poor, insignificant army officer. Josephine was a widow. They met in the Paris of , a city ravaged by revolution and despairing of war. One might wonder if Josephine had been faithful to Napoleon, things could have been truly different? All images used are in the public domain. Notes and Further Reading: Henry Foljambe Hall, Napoleon’s Letters to Josephine: Correspondence of War, .
In this account of the relationship between Napoleon Bonaparte and his wife, Josephine, the author has incorporated recent findings that include a new view about Napoleon's parents, Josephine's love letters to Hippolyte Charles and speculations about 4/5. NAPOLEON'S LETTERS TO JOSEPHINE "When all the lesser tumults, and lesser men of our age, shall have passed away into the darkness of oblivion, history will still inscribe one mighty era with the majestic name of Napoleon."— Lockhart (in Lang's "Life and Letters of J. G. Lockhart," , vol. i. ). NAPOLEON'S LETTERS TO JOSEPHINE. Napoleon and Josephine divorced but he showed his love for her throughout his life. Here are some of the letters Napoleon wrote Josephine: “My waking thoughts are all of thee. Your portrait and the remembrance of last night’s delirium have robbed my senses of repose. Sweet and incomparable Josephine, what an extra-. Napoleon's letters to Josephine, ; Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. EMBED. EMBED (for hosted blogs and item tags) Want more? Advanced embedding details, examples, and help! No_Favorite. share. flag Pages: