Napoleon Bonaparte, Volume 2

by Jean Torton, Pascal Davoz, Jacques Martin
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1794, Year II of the Republic. Bonaparte, who just came back from Italy after taking over Toulon to the English, is a brigadier general. He is 25 years old. In Paris, the Terror is over. But after the fall of Robespierre, the royalists resurfaced, threatening the very existence of the revolutionary gains. To protect the Convention, appealed to the fiery and ambitious general. Who, in exchange for full powers, agreed to take the defense of the capital.
At one against ten. Against all odds, the battle is won. Bonaparte wins a major political commune.Adossé little to write documentary rigor and accuracy of concern that underlies all the work of Jacques Martin, here, mainly centered on the legendary Italian campaign, the second volume epic inspired by the creator of Alix and Jhen entirely devoted to one that certainly remains the most famous character in the history of France.
Or "they say" or rumors or cons truths finally a genuine Napoleone Di Buonaparte!

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