Napoleon - An Intimate Portrait

Links for More About Napoléon

The Napoleonic Historical Society was created in 2006 by combining the membership of the Napoleonic Alliance and the Napoleonic Society of America. The mission of the new organization is to study, share and stimulate interest in the history of the Age of Napoleon.

A registered charity, the Fondation Napoléon has as its mission the encouragement of the study of and in interest in the history of the First and Second Empires. An extensive website is offered along with a free weekly Information Bulletin.

Award-winning Napoleonic historian and author J. David Markham's informative website includes many resources and helpful links to expand your knowledge of Napoléon Bonaparte's remarkable career and the historical impact of his life.

The Institute on Napoleon and the French Revolution at Florida State University Department of History. Part of the History Department in the College of Arts and Sciences, the Institute was formally established by the Florida Board of Regents on 1 August 1990. As an Interdepartmental and inter-college program, the faculty of the Institute represent the departments of History, Art History, English, Geography, Modern Language, as well as the College of Social Sciences, the School of Music, and the Schools of Theater and Visual Arts. The Institute organizes international meetings, publishes appropriate volumes in the field, holds symposiums, maintains a Distinguished Speaker's Program, and is one of the founding and active members of the Consortium on Revolutionary Europe.

Everything about Le Marais, one of the most beautiful and historic districts of Paris.  A great site for planning your next vacation to the City of Light.

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