A level History - Napoleon

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I need a character summary/profile for Napoleon Bonaparte from the French Revolution topic. Does anyone have a good one or know where I can find a good one?
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Hi, history uni student here. I did the French Revolution depth study at A-level (AQA exam board). If you mean like an online profile of him (as opposed to an academic text), then I always use Britannica, link to his profile here: https://www.britannica.com/biography/Napoleon-I They can be quite long and overly detailed (e.g. about childhood and family) but they usually have everything you'd need from a biography.
From a more narrative perspective, history.com is usually good: https://www.history.com/topics/france/napoleon More readable but less detail
Hope this helps! I loved the depth study, especially Napoleon
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(Original post by historynerd47)
Hi, history uni student here. I did the French Revolution depth study at A-level (AQA exam board). If you mean like an online profile of him (as opposed to an academic text), then I always use Britannica, link to his profile here: https://www.britannica.com/biography/Napoleon-I They can be quite long and overly detailed (e.g. about childhood and family) but they usually have everything you'd need from a biography.
From a more narrative perspective, history.com is usually good: https://www.history.com/topics/france/napoleon More readable but less detail
Hope this helps! I loved the depth study, especially Napoleon
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I will tag you every time there is anything vaguely related to history.
hahaha I don't mind! It's nice to have a reputation for knowing stuff- I have been good on Tudors and French Rev as did them at a-level but they'll be question soon I'll fall short on, I bet
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hahaha I don't mind! It's nice to have a reputation for knowing stuff- I have been good on Tudors and French Rev as did them at a-level but they'll be question soon I'll fall short on, I bet
Im doing French Rev and Tudors for my a level too
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