Napoleon's Marshals (Pt 5) REACTION

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Hello Everyone. Today we are reacting to a user-requested series by the YouTube channel "Epic History" about Napoleon and his conquest of Europe. It will begin with his crucial victory at the "Siege of Toulon" and end with his exile to the British-owned island of Saint Helena in the Southern Atlantic Ocean. There are also a few nonchronological videos for important background information. I am looking forward to the rest of this series.

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In 1804 Napoleon created 18 'Marshals of the Empire', to serve as the senior officers of the Grande Armée. He created a further 8 before his abdication. A few were aristocrats, but others were the sons of shopkeepers or tailors. The most favoured became princes and kings. Among their ranks were legendary figures such as Marshals Lannes, Ney, Soult, Davout and Massena, but also much less well know figures like Pérignon, Brune and Moncey. Our series will explore the lives of all 26 Marshals, and rank them according to our own judgement of their achievements as Marshals.

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???? Napoleon's Marshals (ed.David Chandler)​
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???? Napoleon's Guard Infantry Vol.1​
???? The Napoleonic Wars by Todd Fisher​
???? Napoleon's Wars by Charles Esdaile​
???? Napoleon the Great by Andrew Roberts​

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