The murder of Napoleon

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Congdon & Lattès, 1982 - Biography & Autobiography - 266 pages
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Argues that Napoleon was the victim of arsenic poisoning and speculates about who was his murderer

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Napoleon's death was not without controversy and there is evidence that he may have been poisoned. As a fascinating sidelight to the story of Napoleon, it appears that Count Charles-Tristan de ... Read full review


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