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The Murder of Napoleon by Ben Weider
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Jan 13, 09

bookshelves: history-non-fiction
Read in February, 2006

This was a very interesting history. What we had always thought of Napoleon dying of natural causes in his imprisonment under the British actually turned out to be poisoning from one of his own staff. The funny thing about this discovery is that it was uncovered by a gym manager in Canada and a Doctor in Sweden (or something). They were just huge history buffs and read a lot about Napoleon and started communicating with each other about details of the man's history that didn't add up.

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