The Adventure of the Six Napoleons It was no very unusual thing for Mr. Lestrade, of Scotland Yard, to look in upon us of an evening, and his visits were welcome to Sherlock Holmes, for they enabled him to keep in touch with all that was going on at the police headquarters. In return for the news which Lestrade would bring, Holmes was always ready to listen with attention to the details of any case upon which the detective was engaged, and was able occasionally, without any active interference, to give some hint or suggestion drawn from his own vast knowledge and experience.
Napoleon in Exile, a Voice from St. Helena Volume 2 of 2 contains Napoleon's own words.
This Ladybird Book about the story of Napoleon is a gem from the Ladybird vintage archive. First published in 1968, this is a classic Ladybird hardback book, packed with information about one of the most famous soldiers in history. This new edition, published alongside the Story of Nelson two hundred years after the Battle of Waterloo, is exactly the same as the original, with a dust jacket and beautifully reproduced images. The story of Napoleon is told dramatically by L. du Garde Peach, and his adventures are wonderfully illustrated throughout the book.
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