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Napoleon Bonaparte

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Napoleon Bonaparte


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First name Napoleon. Last name Bonaparte.

The best known man called Bonaparte had the first name 'Napoleon'.

Napoleon. His last name was Bonaparte.

Napoleon Bonaparte

It was Napoleon Bonaparte II, born as Napoleon Francois Joseph Charles Bonaparte.

Its napoleonNapoleon. His last name was Bonaparte.

yes he is a french war solder

The name, "Corsican Ogre" . . . the island of Corsica is where he came from, and Ogre . . . well, an ogre is an unpleasant, despicable creature. This name was used by those who disliked Bonaparte very much, indeed.

Buonaparte (though he changed his last name to Bonaparte).

Napoleans last name was ----Bonaparte Bill Crawley, Reference Librarian, Illinois Central College for example--- The Reign of Napolean BonaparteJohn Lawrence Tone. Historian. Allentown: Winter 2003. Vol. 65, Iss. 6; pg. 1442Napolean Bonaparte

The address of the Bonaparte Public Library is: 602 Second St, Bonaparte, 52620 0158

There has been one Napoleon Bonaparte. We use the family name Bonaparte when speaking about his early years under the French revolution, and his first name from 1799 onwards, for his period as emperor. His nephew Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte was emperor under the Second Empire, between 1852 and 1870.

Depends on which one you are talking about, but Napoleon Bonaparte was the real Napoleon.

Marled Bonaparte was his father.

Napoleon Bonaparte's brothers were:Jerome Bonaparte (King of Westphalia)Joseph Bonaparte (King of Spain)Louis Bonaparte (King of Holland)Lucien Bonaparte (Politician).

* Joseph Bonaparte Gulf * Exmouth Gulf

Eugenie Bonaparte was born in 1872.

Eugenie Bonaparte died in 1949.

Kewanna Bonaparte was born in 1981.

Mary Bonaparte died in 1947.

José Bonaparte was born in 1928.

Roland Bonaparte died in 1924.

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