Napoléon, Prince Imperial

French prince Napoléon, Prince Imperial

This article refers to the son of Napoleon III. For the stepson of Napoleon I, see Eugène de Beauharnais Napoléon Prince Imperial of France File:Prince Impérial juin 1878.
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01 June 1879
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Lots of fun planned for 16th Henry County Relay event - Defiance Crescent News (subscription)
Google News - over 6 years
NAPOLEON -- Artistically-decorated chairs that will be auctioned, a children's birthday party and the famous Celani breakfast are part of the fun planned at the 16th Relay for Life of Henry County, set for Friday and Saturday at the
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6 February 1856: Putting God to the vote - The Guardian (blog)
Google News - almost 7 years
Prince Napoleon hosts a dinner party at which the guests voted on the existence of God. God was unavailable for comment at the time of going to press. This article was published on at 16.50 BST on Tuesday 10 May 2011 . …a wonderful deal
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Why Should African Americans Celebrate Cinco de Mayo? - Latina Lista
Google News - almost 7 years
As early as 1844, the French Minister to Mexico drew up plans for the invasion and the imposition of a French prince. Napoleon's goals were further encouraged by Conservative exiles, who saw a monarchy as a means of preserving their privileges,
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Mergers and Acquisitions
NYTimes - over 8 years
STONE'S FALL By Iain Pears 594 pp. Spiegel & Grau. $27.95 When an experienced and successful crime writer publishes a historical novel, there are certain routine literary services the reader can expect. There will be incident to spare, an inordinate volume of plot, unexplained deaths, murderous passions, dusty packets in lawyers' offices and
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Talk Dirty to Me
NYTimes - over 14 years
GRANDES HORIZONTALES The Lives and Legends of Marie Duplessis, Cora Pearl, La Païva and La Présidente. By Virginia Rounding. Illustrated. 337 pp. New York: Bloomsbury. $25.95. Living, as we do, in racy Internet time, when there are nonstop ads for enhancing male prowess and trolling for Russian brides is as easy as checking out hotel rates, it is
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A Passion for Chocolate
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: Why all this fuss about Belgian chocolates, one wonders, as more and more of them appear on the grander avenues of the grander cities. Their current prominence seems to be due to the newly sophisticated marketing of the Belgian bonbon, and to the growing chocolate consciousness of the Western world. Why all this fuss about Belgian chocolates,
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Wine Talk
NYTimes - about 30 years
LEAD: ONE of Philippe de Rothschild's more significant contributions to French wine was his success in 1973, after almost half a century of demanding, wheedling and politicking, in making his beloved Chateau Mouton-Rothschild a first growth. ONE of Philippe de Rothschild's more significant contributions to French wine was his success in 1973, after
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NYTimes - about 32 years
New Rooms In Vancouver Just in time for the opening May 2 of the Expo 86 World's Fair, Vancouver has a new hotel. The 23-story, 505-room Pan Pacific Vancouver Hotel is operated by Tokyu Hotels International, a subsidiary of a Tokyo-based conglomerate. The Pan Pacific Vancouver, commanding a view of the North Shore mountains, is but one part of a
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NYTimes - over 32 years
Gustave Flaubert met Ivan Turgenev in a Left Bank restaurant in Paris on Feb. 28, 1863, when Flaubert was 41 years old and Turgenev 44. The history of their friendship is part of the literary history of the age. But until now their complete 17-year correspondence has not been published. The 230-odd letters they exchanged, mostly after 1868, are
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  • 1879
    Age 22
    The middle-aged estate manager, Rudd, is somewhat embittered at having been one of the soldiers who had failed to rescue the Prince Imperial in 1879.
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    With the outbreak of the Zulu War in 1879, the Prince Imperial, with the rank of lieutenant, forced the hand of the British military to allow him to take part in the conflict, despite the objections of Rouher and other Bonapartists.
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    In England he trained as a soldier. Keen to see action, he successfully put pressure on the British to allow him to participate in the Anglo-Zulu War. In 1879, serving with British forces, he was killed in a skirmish with a group of Zulus.
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  • 1876
    Age 19
    He supported the tactics of Eugène Rouher over those of Victor, Prince Napoléon, breaking with Victor in 1876.
  • 1872
    Age 15
    The Prince Imperial attended elementary lectures in physics at King's College London. In 1872, he applied and was accepted to the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich.
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  • 1870
    Age 13
    At the outbreak of the Franco-Prussian War of 1870–1871, he accompanied his father to the front and first came under fire at Saarbrücken.
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  • 1867
    Age 10
    His education, after a false start under the academic historian Francis Monnier, was, from 1867, supervised by General Frossard as governor, assisted by Augustin Filon, as tutor.
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  • 1856
    Born in Paris, he was baptized on 14 June 1856, at Notre Dame Cathedral.
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