Napoleon Bonaparte's rise to power was neither inevitable nor
smooth; it was full of mistakes, wrong turns and pitfalls. During
his formative years his identity was constantly shifting, his
character ambiguous and his intentions often ill-defined. He was,
however, highly ambitious, and it was this ruthless drive that
advanced his career. This book examines the extraordinary evolution
of Napoleon's character and the means by which at the age of thirty
he became head of the most powerful country in Europe and skilfully
fashioned the image of himself that laid the foundation of the
legend that endures to this day.
Bloomsbury Publishing Plc
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