@NatGeo
National Geographic
7 days ago
Napoleon Bonaparte's dueling legacies of hero and tyrant serve as a reminder of France’s dark colonial past, where the forced labor of enslaved Africans made it one of Europe’s wealthiest nations https://t.co/TU6atcmWEm
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@ShawnTStorm1
Shawn T Storm
7 days ago
@NatGeo It all depends on who you ask as to the evil or good nature of anyone. I have friends that would say I am a saint, and enemies that would call me the devil. No one is without this duality.
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@PPasbee
Porga_Pasbee
7 days ago
@NatGeo A bat=Mouth + bird
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@stinkeywoz
S U N S H I N E 🌻🌻
7 days ago
@NatGeo The man declared himself emperor and caused the deaths of millions. I'm willing to say he was a tyrant.
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@stillwedance
Chihatman
7 days ago
@NatGeo Ultimately, a tyrant
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@Nunzilla_
Nunzilla
7 days ago
@NatGeo I'm old enough to remember when Napoleon wasn't considered hero outside of France.
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@Sylva95083323
Sylva
7 days ago
@NatGeo He was a Patriot!🦸‍♂️👍🇫🇷💕🙏///
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@hiawonka
Giovanni Galactica
7 days ago
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@VisoYanes
Manuel Yanes Viso- Asesor TIC CTIF-Este
7 days ago
@NatGeo I can't believe how people try to rewrite World history. Tell me one country isn't based on military power, slavery and tirany
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@alwynschoeman
Alwyn Schoeman
7 days ago
@NatGeo Et tu Nat Geo?
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