ARTICLES

 

ARTICLES

 

 

Account on unknown doctors during the Empire who later became famous (1st part) - By Xavier Riaud, FINS - November 2012

The health service of the Great Army - by Xavier Riaud, FINS - October 2012

Honor to Poland - by Jean-Claude Damamme, Fins, May 2011

Napoleon's last Battle on National Geographic Television, March 11th, 2009, UK - By John Tarttelin, FINS

An International Appeal to Save Napoleon's Residence on St Helena

The case of Napoleon's lost Army - A world-renowned forensic archeologist reveals the grim fate of Napoleon's French army at Vilnius - Published in Armchair General magazine, September 2011 - by Douglas D. Scott

History Chronicles - Jean-Étienne Portalis, Author of the Civil Code, by Jean-Luc Chartier, Officier

Napoleon's Russian Nightmare 1812, Misjudgments, Russian strategy and «General Winter» changed the course of history - Published in Armchair General magazine, September 2011 - by Jerry D. Morelock, FINS

The Long Shadow of the Emperor, two centuries later Ruud Snijtsheuvel is a living memory of Napoleon - by Frans C. Klut, FINS - Janaury 2012


Napoleonic Medicine - by Xavier Riaud, FINS

 

1814, Marie-Louise: The letter that changed everything - by Benjamin W. L. Derhy, FINS, May 2011

Napoleon: the man who wrote of peace while facing war - by Benjamin W. L. Derhy, FINS, May 2011

Honor to Poland - by Jean-Claude Damamme, Fins, May 2011

Lt Col Joseph W. Ostiguy : Bravery under Fire



John Tarttelin Kindle books
- April 2011

 

 

King of Rome - Napoleon's advice to his son

 

History Through a Distorting Lentz a personal view by John Tarttelin, M.A., FINS, Legion of Merit

 

Flight of the Corsican Eagle (1769-1821) - by Stewart Addington Saint-David, FINS (September 2010)

 

 

Napoleon at the Bowes Museum, Art treasures from North England - By John Tarttelin - May 2010

Ashes to Ashes, Red Sunset to Red Dawn - Volcanoes & NAPOLEON 1812 - by John Tartelin - (April 2010)

Napoleon, a picture paints a thousand words - by John Tarttelin - (March 2010)

The Age of Napoleon - by John Tarttelin - (September 2009)

This Septic Isle, Priviledge and persecution in early C19th Britain at the time of Napoleon - by John Tarttelin, FINS - (September 2009)

Napoleon, the Tambora eruption and Waterloo - by John Tarttelin, FINS - (August 2009)

The American Journal Cosmetic Surgery publishes an Historical Essay: Napoleon, the Liberator of the Jewish People - By Anthony Geroulis, MD, FICS, and John Fournier, MD, FICS. (July 2009)

First Empire, The International Magazine of the Napoleonic Enthousiast, Historian and Gamer: Napoleon Bonaparte really was murdered, the weapon: Rat Poison.

The Real Napoleon (revised and extended)- by John Tarttelin. Posted on May 2009

Napoleon and the English Press Gang or Bonaparte bombarded by blatant British Bias - By John Tarttelin, FINS

Did Marshal Ney die in America ? - By Pascal Cazottes, translated by Jinny Addesa

Napoleon and the art of war, a brush with genius - by John Tarttelin

Little Big Man (Part Five) - by John Tarttelin

Little Big Man (Part Four) - by John Tarttelin

Little Big Man (Part Three) - by John Tarttelin

Little Big Man (Part Two) - by John Tarttelin

Napoleon and America - by Pascal Cazottes, translated by Jonathan House

 

Little big Man, Captain Coignet of the Imperial Guard, (Part One) - by John Tarttelin

A fabulous Napoleonic donation - by Général Michel Franceschi

Napoleon's image in Russian and Georgian Romantic Poetry - by J. David Markham

March or Die - by John Tarttelin, dedicated to Jean-Claude Damamme

Twenty-Nineth bulletin Molodetchna, 3 December 1812

INS President helps Rewrite History - by Rob Wilkins

The St. Helena Counterpoint Napoleon's Exile - The Myth Exploded, by Lally Brown

The Final Proof: Napoleon Was Poisoned - History's Mysteries in ARMCHAIR GENERAL, by Jerry Morelock

All together, let's light the Napoleon beacon

The Untold Secret Love Story of Napoleon’s Mother (5.44 megs)

Napoleon and Russia - By John Tarttelin, dedicated to Ben Weider

Napoleon his final refuge, A tribute to Ben Weider in a Russian Magazine, - by Alex Zotov

Jean Noel Santini, a faithful servant - by Pascal Cazottes, translated by Eleanor O'Hanlon

Waterloo and Gettysburg - by Thomas D. Morgan, Ltc (ret)

Iena 1806, The Battle that Napoleon did not want - by Jean-Claude Damamme

Napoleon and Religion - by Renée Casin

Napoleon's acts of generosity and kindeness - by John Tarttelin, posted on November 2008

England's Wars Against Napoleon - by John Tarttelin, posted in October 2008

The debut of a strunning career - translated by Jonathan House, from the French Magazine, Les Chroniques de l'Histoire, October 2008

Napoleon's Old Guard Infantrymen - by Jerry Morelock, «Armchair General» magazine of November 2008

Napoleon, the story of an uncommon destiny - Translated by Jonathan House from «Les Chroniques de l'Histoire». September 2008

The Death of the Prince Imperial in Zululand in 1879 - Translated by Jonathan House from «Tradition Magazine», September 2008

Key dates Translated by Jonathan House from the French Magazine «Les Chroniques de l'Histoire». Posted on September 2008.

England's unlikely hero-Napoleon - by John Tarttelin. Posted on September 2008

Armchair-General Magazine's Greatest General Competition. Posted on September 2008

General Lallemand's Account of Napoleon's Departure, NAPOLEON REFUSES TO GO TO AMERICA - Posted on August 2008

Hairsay and Heresy: The Murder of Napoleon - by John Tarttelin. Posted on August 2008

Siege of Toulon 1793, Napoleon takes command, Published in the Military History magazine - by Philip Dwyer. Posted on August 2008

Napoleon I of France and the Legion of Honor, The story of French Imperial Knighthood (1892-1815) - by Dr. Stewart Addington Saint-David, Phd, FINS - Posted on June 2008

Napoleon, Myths and Misunderstandings - by Caporal Duncan Miles

Dancing with death: Assassination plots against Napoleon Bonaparte - by Nicholas Stark

Reforms under Napoleon Bonaparte - by Nicholas Stark

Napoleon, Victim of his Liberation of the Jews - by General Michel Franceschi

Was Napoleon an Anti-Semite ? Napoleon, the Jews and Religious Freedom - by J. David Markham

 

Did Napoleon merit the reputation that surrounds his name? - By Jean-Claude Damamme

 


The St. Helena Counterpoint Napoleon's Exile - The Myth Exploded, by Lally Brown

Countess Walewska relates how she met the Emperor

The Convention of Mortefontaine

Ode to Napoleon, by Arie Ribon, MD. FACAAI, FINS

The Saint-Helena memorial

Napoleon and Paris

Napoleon Bonaparte, First Consul and Emperor

My pilgrimage to St. Helena

Napoleon and the Jews

Napoleon Man of Peace (3.5 megs)