We considered Saint Helena as a final point, a conclusion entirely gathered in a book, the writing of the Napoleonic legend, but emptied of all action. This is to forget that Napoleon dictated many other texts intended for the English in order to influence English society and obtain his return to the British Isles. In his sum which he devotes to Saint Helena, Pierre Branda, to whom we owe numerous works on the Napoleonic period (Joséphine, Napoléon et l’Argent, L’Île d’Elba and the Return of Napoleon …) , completely reverses the perspective and describes the …
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