NAPOLEONIC SCHOLARSHIP
THE JOURNAL OF THE
INTERNATIONAL NAPOLEONIC SOCIETY

 

NUMBER 5, December 2013

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Messages from the President and Editor-in-Chief

 

List of Contributors

 

Napoleon and the Art of Diplomacy:
The Matrix of Character, Circumstance, and Choice


By Dr. William C. Nester
, FINS

 

The Beginning of the End in Spain:
Napoleon’s Decision to Make War Pay for War and
the Creation of the Military Districts of Spain in 1810


By Dr. Michael A. Bonura
, FINS

 

The Peninsular War: Napoleon’s Maritime War

By Dr. Kenneth G. Johnson
, FINS

 

“The Dutch Experience and Memory of the Campaign
of 1812: a Final Feat of Arms of the Dutch Imperial
Contingent, or: the Resurrection of an
Independent Dutch Armed Forces?

By Mark Edward Hay
, FINS

 

Leadership by Inspiration: An Episode of
Marshal Ney during the Russian Retreat


By Wayne Hanley

 

Napoleon’s Death and the Poisoning Theory

By Emilio Ocampo, FINS

 

"Humanizing the Corsican Ogre"
Napoleon in the Memoirs of His Companions


By Thomas M. Barden, FINS

 

British Prisoners of War in France
during the Napoleonic Wars


By J. David Markham, FINS

 

In French Captivity
Complaints of English Prisoners of Longwy
Based on French Archival Documents


By Anne Morddel, FINS

 

Napoleon’s Ghost Napoleonic Memory and
Popular Culture in Early America

By Mark Ehlers, FINS

 

"The Easel and the Eagle:"
Rembrandt Peale Views Napoleonic France


By Dr. William L. Chew III, FINS

 

Battlefield Detective:
The Case of Napoleon’s Lost Troops


By Douglas D. Scott, FINS

 

CALL FOR ARTICLES
INTERNATIONAL NAPOLEONIC SOCIETY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jeremy Black
The Royal Navy and the French Wars:
The long-term background

 

Annie Jourdan
The Grand Paris of Napoleon:
From a dream of magnificence to a dream of utility

 

Marian Hochel
Dominique-Vivant Denon (1747–1825):
Napoleon’s chief adviser in the art

 

Natasha S. Naujoks
Life after death: liberal uses of
the Napoleonic past in 1821

 

Mark Gerges
“What a situation then is mine!” Wellington,
the Oodium of relief and the cavalry generals,
1812-1813

 

Jack Sigler
The battle of Austerlitz and the principles of war

 

Carole Divall
Redcoats against Napoleon:
The 30th Regiment of line during
the Napoleonic Wars

 

Rafe Blaufarb
The enigmatic adventurer:
Louis-Jacques Galabert

 

Emilio Ocampo
Rescuing Napoleon from St. Helena

 

William L. Chew III
Americans in France during
the revolution and Napoleon

 

William Nester
Napoleon, family values,
and the fate of Europe

 

Nicholas Stark
Society: Friend or Enemy of the Blacks

 

Nikolay Promyslov
The retreat of Grande Armée from
Moscow to Smolensk, as depicted in
the correspondence of its soldiers

 

Eman Vovsi
“Brevet to the scaffold or to glory”:
the high command of the French army
and revolutionary government, 1792-94

 

Alexander Mikaberidze
“The Russian Eagles over the Seine”:
Russian occupation of Paris, 1814