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The Napoleon Bonaparte Podcast #32 – The Hundred Days Part Two

Re-established on the throne of Paris in April 1815, Napoleon introduces a new Constitution and begs the Monarchs of Europe and Great Britian for peace. His envoys are rebuffed and his letters returned unopened. The Allies, still ensconced at the Congress of Vienna where they have been since November 1814, declare Napoleon an international outlaw and prepare to attack with one million troops. Napoleon has inherited only 200,000 troops from Louis XVIII. He puts together his new team and prepares for the inevitable battle.

Napoleon snuffbox 1815

This show is based on David’s book “Napoleon For Dummies”. Click on the image below to purchase a copy!

 

 

 

The Napoleon Bonaparte Podcast #31 – The Hundred Days

Napoleon, separated from his wife and son (who had come under Austrian control), cut off from the allowance guaranteed to him by the Treaty of Fontainebleau, and aware of rumours that he was about to be banished to a remote island in the Atlantic, escaped from Elba on 26 February 1815 and returned to the French mainland on 1 March 1815. Thus began “The Hundred Days”.

Return as Caesar

Retour de Isle d'Elbe
The Route Napoleon

 

This show is based on David’s book “Napoleon For Dummies”. Click on the image below to purchase a copy!

 

 

 

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