French statesman, military leader, and Emperor of the French
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Größter Feldherr der Geschichte, größenwahnsinniger Diktator – bei Napoleon Bonaparte scheiden sich die Geister. Sicher ist, dass er die Geschichte Europas wesentlich mitgeprägt hat und bereits Gegenstand unzähliger Bücher war. Regisseur Ridley Scott legt mit „Napoleon“ nun seine Filmversion vor.
Napoleon Bonaparte. From military leader to revolutionary to Emperor of the French, his conquests and reforms have had a lasting impact across the world. But what impact did he have on the United States? And what if he had completed the journey across the Atlantic?Don speaks to author Shannon Selin, whose new book 'Napoleon in America' imagines Napoleon's life in the United States. Together, they discuss Napoleon's relationship with and reputation in the United States, and the French people who did make the journey.Produced by Sophie Gee. Edited by Aidan Lonergan. Senior Producer was Charlotte Long.Discover the past on History Hit with ad-free original podcasts and documentaries released weekly presented by world renowned historians like Dan Snow, James Holland, Mary Beard and more.Don't miss out on the best offer in history! Enjoy unlimited access to award-winning original documentaries that are released weekly and AD-FREE podcasts. Get a subscription for £1 for 3 months with code AMERICANHISTORYHIT1 sign up now for your 14-day free trial https://historyhit/subscription/
Der Film von Ridley Scott über Napoleon Bonaparte habe mit dem echten Napoleon wirklich ganz wenig zu tun, sagt Historiker Thomas Schuler. Es gebe mehrere historische Ungenauigkeiten, auch die Person des Napoleon sei falsch dargestellt. Von WDR 5.
Capsule Review: Napoleon is unimaginative, uninspired, and unrelentingly dry. The score and sound design are masterful, but Scott expects them to do too much work in this inert bolder of a story. It's doesn't even give good costume drama - and I say that as a lover of costume dramas. Listen as Ro chats with Kriss about how Ridley Scott tricked her into watching a film that turns pivotal historical characters into Looney Tunes caricatures and makes such a criminal waste of Vanessa Kirby that Ro demands Scott fight her. Director: Ridley Scott Writers: David Scarpa Starring: Joaquin Phoenix, Vanessa Kirby, Tahar Rahim Runtime: 2 Hours 38 Minutes Synopsis: [Alllegedly] based on the true story of Napoleon Bonaparte, primarily depicting the French leader's rise to power as well as his relationship with Empress Joséphine Napoleon opns in theaters November 22, 2023 Like what you hear? Subscribe so you don't miss an episode! Follow us on Twitter: @Phenomblak @InsanityReport @TheMTRNetwork Our shirts are now on TeePublic. https://teepublic.com/stores/mtr-network Want more podcast greatness? Sign up for a MTR Premium Account!
CONTENT WARNING: This episode contains discussions about sex which may not be suitable for children.Napoleon Bonaparte is one of the few commanders in history to be known for his capacity as a fierce fighter and a passionate lover. His romance with Joséphine de Beauharnais is one of the greatest in history and we know the intimate details about it because of the hundreds of passionate letters he sent to her over the years, some more explicit than others... In episode 3 of Dan's Napoleon series, he's joined by sex historian and host of Betwixt the Sheets podcast Dr Kate Lister to explore another side of the French commander- his complex attitude towards sex, his obsession with Josephine and the way their relationship coloured his emotional life.Meanwhile, Josephine was an incredible figure in her own right; she was a courtesan to rich men - glamorous and intelligent with an elegant figure and magnetic aura. When she met Napoleon in 1795, she was older than him and having had a number of strategic affairs with influential political figures, clever in her means of securing a stable life for her two children. Ridley Scott's 'Napoleon' is in cinemas on November 22nd.Produced by Mariana Des Forges, Charlotte Long and edited by Dougal Patmore.Don't miss out on the best offer in history! Enjoy unlimited access to award-winning original documentaries that are released weekly and AD-FREE podcasts. Get a subscription for £1 for 3 months with code BLACKFRIDAY sign up now for your 14-day free trial https://historyhit/subscription/.We'd love to hear from you! You can email the podcast at email@example.com.You can take part in our listener survey here.
Capsule Review: Napoleon is unimaginative, uninspired, and unrelentingly dry. The score and sound design are masterful, but Scott expects them to do too much work in this inert bolder of a story. It's doesn't even give good costume drama - and I say that as a lover of costume dramas. Listen as Ro chats with Kriss about how Ridley Scott tricked her into watching a film that turns pivotal historical characters into Looney Tunes caricatures and makes such a criminally wastes Vanessa Kirby that Ro demands Scott fight her. Director: Ridley Scott Writers: David Scarpa Starring: Joaquin Phoenix, Vanessa Kirby, Tahar Rahim Runtime: 2 Hours 38 Minutes Synopsis: [Alllegedly] based on the true story of Napoleon Bonaparte, primarily depicting the French leader's rise to power as well as his relationship with Empress Joséphine Napoleon opns in theaters November 22, 2023 Like what you hear? Subscribe so you don't miss an episode! Follow us on Twitter: @Phenomblak @InsanityReport @TheMTRNetwork Our shirts are now on TeePublic. https://teepublic.com/stores/mtr-network Want more podcast greatness? Sign up for a MTR Premium Account!
For this "Quick Screen" episode, Michael checked out the brand new theatrical film "Napoleon". What are some of his thoughts on this historical dramatic film that's based on a true story of the life of Napoleon Bonaparte starring Joaquin Phoenix and Vanessa Kirby and directed by Ridley Scott? Check it out and see! Be a part of the conversation! E-mail the show at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow the show on Twitter @screennerdspod Like the show on Facebook (Search for Screen Nerds Podcast and find the page there) Follow the show on Instagram and Threads just search screennerdspodcast Check out the show on Bluesky just search screennerdspodcast Be sure to check out the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, Goodpods, Overcast, Amazon Music or your podcast catcher of choice! (and please share rate and review!) Want to be a guest or share your thoughts on the podcast? Send me an e-mail! Thanks to Frankie Creel for the artwork --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/screennerdspodcast/message
For this week's second podcast review, I am joined by Dan Bayer & Tom O'Brien. Today, we are reviewing the newest film from director Ridley Scott, "Napoleon," starring Joaquin Phoenix, Vanessa Kirby, and Tahar Rahim. Based on the rise and fall of Napoleon Bonaparte, the historical epic contains large battle scenes, petulant behavior, coup d'états, marital drama, and enough Joaquin Phoenix memes to last us a lifetime. The film is an odd mixture of tones, creative ambition, and misfires. What did we ultimately think of it, though? Tune in as we discuss Scott's direction, David Scrape's screenplay, the performances from Phoenix and Kirby, the drama, the action, the comedy(?!), its awards season potential, and more in our SPOILER-FILLED review. Destiny has brought us this podcast; to that, we say thank you and enjoy! Check out more on NextBestPicture.com Please subscribe on... SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/nextbestpicturepodcast Apple Podcasts - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/negs-best-film-podcast/id1087678387?mt=2 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/7IMIzpYehTqeUa1d9EC4jT YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWA7KiotcWmHiYYy6wJqwOw And be sure to help support us on Patreon for as little as $1 a month at https://www.patreon.com/NextBestPicture Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ridley Scott erzählt das Leben von Napoleon Bonaparte weit entfernt von einer Art "Gladiator"-ähnlichen Aneinanderreihung von Kriegstaten, sondern als intimes Stationendrama seiner Ehe mit Josephine Beauharnais.
Officially, the exiled French emperor died of stomach cancer in 1821. But for hundreds of years, controversy courted that narrative, and new possibilities arose. What if Napoleon had actually been murdered — poisoned by an assassin? And what if he never died on that island at all? Conspiracy Theories is now on Instagram @theconspiracypod and TikTok @conspiracy.pod! Follow us to keep up with the show and get behind-the-scenes updates from Carter and the team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
During the Napoleonic Wars, 18th-century leaders in Europe quickly decided the best way to beat Napoleon Bonaparte was to retreat and not meet him on the battlefield at all. He was head and shoulders above the other commanders of the day. So why did it go so spectacularly wrong for him at Waterloo?In episode two of his series, Dan delves into who Napoleon was as a military commander- what made him so effective on the battlefield, as a leader of men and conqueror of lands. He's joined by military historian Dr Zack White, as they dissect the Siege of Toulon in 1793 in which Napoleon proved himself a commander of extraordinary promise. They assess his strategy and tactics at Austerlitz, his incredible relationship with his men on the battlefield, and how the later years of his life were mired by internal turmoil that soon clouded his once precise military reasoning.Produced by Mariana Des Forges, Freddy Chick and edited by Dougal Patmore.Don't miss out on the best offer in history! Enjoy unlimited access to award-winning original documentaries that are released weekly and AD-FREE podcasts. Get a subscription for £1 for 3 months with code BLACKFRIDAY sign up now for your 14-day free trial https://historyhit/subscription/.We'd love to hear from you! You can email the podcast at email@example.com.You can take part in our listener survey here.
Napoleon is admired as one of the greatest strategists ever; he won most of his battles and dictated the terms of the peace treaties that ended his individual wars. Yet in the end, he was defeated, and his empire fell apart. So how great a strategist was he really? Napoleon's ‘system of war' remained the point of reference for generations, interpreted and publicised by Jomini and Clausewitz. Professor Alan Forrest joins Beatrice and Paul for this episode. A graduate of Aberdeen and Oxford, he was formerly the Chair of Modern History at York University, where he taught from 1989 to 2012. A prolific author, he is the general editor of a 2023 three-volume Cambridge History of the Napoleonic Wars.
This Thursday is the release day for Ridley Scott's epic-sounding new film Napoleon, all about the life and times of the French general and emperor Napoleon Bonaparte ... But early screenings of the film around the world have kicked up a BIT of consternation from historians who feel Scott has played a bit fast and loose with the historical record in the film ... One scene in particular which is part of the film's trailer shows Napoleon ordering cannons to fire at the Pyramids in Egypt ... which didn't actually happen. But, of course, directors have been taking liberties with historical events for the sake of narrative since the advent of film itself: so, when is it OK, and when is it not? Giacomo Lichtner an associate professor of history and film at Victoria University speaks to Mark.
Napoleon Bonaparte has been described in many way throughout history. Conquerer. Lover. Legend. Shrivelled Eel?Perhaps you haven't heard the last description before, but that's how a journalist described Napoleon's 'penis' when it went up for auction in 1977.Yes, you read that correctly, and it sold for $3000. Today Kate is Betwixt the Sheets with Dan Snow to talk all about the adventures of Napoleon's 'shrivelled eel'...from his first sexual experiences to his great love, Josephine.Ridley Scott's Napoleon is out in cinemas from November 22nd.This podcast was edited by Dougal Patmore and produced by Stuart Beckwith.The senior producers were Charlotte Long and Mariana Des Forges.Don't miss out on the best offer in history! Enjoy unlimited access to award-winning original documentaries that are released weekly and AD-FREE podcasts. Get a subscription for £1 for 3 months with code BETWIXTTHESHEETS1 sign up now for your 14-day free trial https://historyhit/subscription/
Napoleon Bonaparte is considered one of the greatest military leaders of all time. He is often mentioned alongside names such as Alexander the Great and Julius Caesar, but whereas they existed thousands of years ago, he died only 200 years ago. And as such, his legacy is perhaps still being shaped more so than other comparatively more ancient figures. So what is the legacy of Napoleon? What are some of the preconceptions that have permeated into modern thought? Beyond his military achievement, what made Napoleon such a memorable figure? World-famous historian Andrew Roberts joins the podcast.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5432816/advertisement
In 1808 Napoleon Bonaparte placed his older brother Joseph on the Spanish throne. This act led to multiple uprisings. After a short reign of only 5 years, Joseph left Spain and King Ferdinand VII reclaimed the throne. Those 5 tumultuous years led to many changes in Spain and its colonies.This story is told in the third person and the past tense. Important vocabulary in the story includes: “rey” (king), “poder” (power), and the verb “mandar” (to send or order).No matter where you are in your language journey, stories will help you on your way. You can find a transcript of the story and read along at https://smalltownspanishteacher.com/2023/11/20/simple-stories-in-spanish-napoleon-y-espana/ Support the show
Did you know that you could actually create a Thanksgiving dinner by using nothing but canned food? Believe it or not, humans have been canning food since the 18th century, thanks to Napoleon Bonaparte. We can food to make it last longer, and stop it from spoiling. However, when we "can" thanksgiving, kindness, goodness or happy because we think we have a limited supply, THAT'S what limits our supply. Listen and hear what we're talking about. You'll be Happy you did (not to mention you'll find out how Napoleon is responsible for canned food). Here is the link for the MDA (Modern Day Alchemists) ThanksLIVING episode https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGlrjSiGP4IThe song we use in this episode is "Kindness" by Juicebox Jukebox. We don't own any rights. If you would like to listen to more of their moving music click here for Apple Music https://music.apple.com/us/artist/the-juicebox-jukebox/1419399836or here to listen on spotify https://open.spotify.com/artist/5E97AmvYFM4aGWCOtJkzYH?si=5yrwErIsScW9PGHNx9J9FA&nd=1&dlsi=c008e894032f437aand if you would like to purchase any of their music https://www.amazon.com/s?k=The+Juicebox+Jukebox&i=digital-music&search-type=ss&ref=ntt_srch_drd_B07G49CJC4Contact usLinktree: www.Linktr.ee/HappyLifeStudiosEmail: Podcast@HappyLife.StudioYo Stevo Hotline: (425) 200-HAYS (4297)Webpage: www.HappyLife.lol YouTube: www.YouTube.com/StevoHaysTikTok: www.tiktok.com/@happylifestudiosFacebook: www.Facebook.com/HappyLifeStudios Instagram: www.Instagram.com/HappyLife_Studios Twitter: www.Twitter.com/HappyLifStudios If you would like to help us spread the HappyPayPal: www.PayPal.me/StevoHaysCash App: $HappyLifeStudiosZelle: StevoHays@gmail.comVenmo: @StevoHaysBuy Me A Coffee: buymeacoffee.com/HappyLifeStudioCheck: Payable to Hays Ministries or Steve Hays and send to PO Box 102 Maple Valley, WA 98038
He clawed his way to the zenith of power with a relentless determination that few could fathom... he conquered empires, destroyed armies and out of the smouldering rubble of the revolution made himself the Emperor of the French; his name was Napoleon Bonaparte.Was Napoleon destined for greatness, or was just in the right place at the right time? Well, Biographer Andrew Roberts, author of Napoleon the Great says its both. In the first episode of this four-part series, Andrew and Dan pick through Napoleon's years growing up on the island of Corsica to his military education in France that instilled in him the discipline, skills and spirit that made him a solitary and cerebral individual but a charismatic leader of men. They explore the impact of childhood bullying, his sexual awakening in the French Revolution and his early belief that he was destined to change the world.Produced by Mariana Des Forges, Freddy Chick and edited by Dougal Patmore.Discover the past with exclusive history documentaries and ad-free podcasts presented by world-renowned historians from History Hit. Watch them on your smart TV or on the go with your mobile device. Get 50% off your first 3 months with code DANSNOW - sign up now for your 14-day free trial http://access.historyhit.com/checkout?code=dansnow&plan=monthly.We'd love to hear from you! You can email the podcast at firstname.lastname@example.org.You can take part in our listener survey here.
Hot conservative sports takes. Monday morning news montage. A hat belonging to Napoleon Bonaparte sold for millions of dollars in France. Bryan gives a history lesson about evil dictators. // Social media influencer thinks Call of Duty campaigns are a good way to judge the Israel-Hamas war. An Iowa representative that's a Trump supporter broke out a cringey Yoda impression while introducing the former President at a campaign event. // Bryan went antiquing over the weekend. Chase Iron Eyes decries the Thanksgiving holiday for being a Euro-hetero-Christian tradition. How to prepare a rib roast.
20.11.23 Pt 1 - The team isn't surprised by how South Africans 'blue-ticked' the return of Proteas captain Temba Bavuma and coach Rob Walter from the Cricket World Cup. An auction of Napoleon Bonaparte's hat recently sold for almost R40m. Plus, the team engages in a quick, saliva-inducing 'Would You Rather' game. www.cliffcentral.com
This week, theaters around the country will begin to screen “Napoleon,” a historical drama film based on the story of Napoleon Bonaparte. The film, starring Joaquin Phoenix in the titular role, chronicles Bonaparte's rise to power and his relationship with Joséphine Bonaparte, his first wife, played by Vanessa Kirby. This week on Deconstructed, author Sandra Gulland joins Ryan Grim to talk about Joséphine Bonaparte and her life during major moments of French history. Gulland has written a series of historical novels based on the life of Joséphine Bonaparte, chronicling her life and rise to become empress. Gulland discusses Joséphine Bonaparte's time in prison, her positioning within the French Revolution, and her relationship with Napoleon Bonaparte.If you'd like to support our work, go to theintercept.com/give, where your donation, no matter what the amount, makes a real difference.And if you haven't already, please subscribe to the show so you can hear it every week. And please go and leave us a rating or a review — it helps people find the show. If you want to give us additional feedback, email us at Podcasts@theintercept.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/sacred-mountains-of-the-world/C03B8B7118EF236544CB2A9B698B5CCB “If I had to choose a religion, the sun as the universal giver of life would be my god.”― Napoleon Bonaparte #2023 #art #music #movies #poetry #poem #photooftheday #volcano #news #money #food #weather #climate #monkeys #horse #puppy #fyp #love #instagood #onelove #eyes #getyoked #horsie #gotmilk #book #shecomin #getready
Napoleon Bonaparte, legendary general, legendary emperor, legendary lover…or was he? It seems his feelings about sex were all over the map. He was an insecure guy who's love life with Josephine ran the gamut from red hot to ice cold.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Napoleon Bonaparte, legendary general, legendary emperor, legendary lover…or was he? It seems his feelings about sex were all over the map. He was an insecure guy who's love life with Josephine ran the gamut from red hot to ice cold.Follow Clay & Buck on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clayandbuckSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We're on our 4th AI podcast and the water just keeps getting deeper. Our goal was to discuss the importance of student equity in regards to Artificial Intelligence. The actual conversation went considerably broader and promises more to come. The Rundown 00:28 - Moment of Zen "Ability is nothing without opportunity." - Napoleon Bonaparte 01:12 - It's all happening very quickly, Is the April 2023, AI and Our Kids: Common Sense Considerations and Guidance for Parents, Educators, and Policymakers; A Common Sense Media Position Paper, already outdated? 03:04 - Equity and the new digital divide: AI and the next digital divide in education | Brookings Artificial Intelligence is already here; we need to make access more equitable _ EdSource.pdf How AI tools both help and hinder equity in higher ed.pdf 5:48 - It's game changing tool. Let's learn from or inclusion of Digital Citizenship lessons. 6:30 - How do Large Language Models (LLM's) work? The bias of the data set. MIT Student Used AI to make her headshot "more professional". It gave her lighter skin and blue eyes. 9:54 - 80/20 data science model 10:55 - EdSource Article: Researchers Linda Choi & Candice Handjojo 33% of 12- to 17-year-olds nationwide — had already used ChatGPT to help with school assignments. A nationwide survey revealed that 72% of K-12 teachers had not received guidance and training 11:45 - Good AI Guidelines: AI Guidance for Schools Toolkit
This week we continue our discussion of Napoleon Bonaparte with our comrade Matthew. We start out tying up some loose ends and then discuss the upcoming Ridley Scott movie and the many variations of Bonapartism. Music: Marche du Sacre de NapoléonSupport the show
He clawed his way to the zenith of power with a relentless determination that few could fathom... he conquered empires, destroyed armies and out of the smouldering rubble of the French Revolution made himself the Emperor of France; join Dan and his expert guests for a four-part series as they delve into the true story behind Napoleon Bonaparte. From his tumultuous school days bullied by his peers to his sexual awakening in a Paris brothel, the battles that made him and the love affair that consumed him, get the full story from the historians who know him best.Available here, on Dan Snow's History Hit, starting the 20th of November.(Available here, ad-free from the 19th of November, for subscribers)
This week we take a look at the life and times of Napoleon Bonaparte. From his upbringing in Corsica, to his training to become the famous General he would once be known for, until he is crowned as a Emperor. All this, and more. This week on "Well That Aged Well". With "Erlend Hedegart".Find Dr. Zack Whites youtube channel here:https://www.youtube.com/@thenapoleonicwarsFind The Podcast here:https://open.spotify.com/show/7DtGGrhwOQQH8mJCT2R7fu?si=2dbe9dff4842483bDr. Zack White on Twitter: @ZwhiteHistorySupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/well-that-aged-well. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
I betalt samarbete med Sony Pictures kommer här ett specialavsnitt om Napoleon. 22 november har Ridley Scotts nya storfilm NAPOLEON biopremiär och det vill vi fira genom att sätta sökljuset på hur det gick till när Napoleon Bonaparte blev Frankrikes obestridde ledare.9 november 1799 påbörjades hans Brumairekupp. Ett lika våghalsigt och som skamlöst företag. Dess framgång innebar att Frankrikes, och med det hela Europas, historia tog en ny riktning. Vi förklarar vem Napoleon var, hur han hade hade vunnit ryktbarhet och fördjupar oss i vad som skedde några dramatiska höstdagar för 224 år sedan.Glöm inte bort att stryka under 22 november i era kalendrar och boka era till biljetter till Napoleon redan idag!---Läslista:Stuart, Andrea, Joséphine: fransmännens kejsarinna, Prisma, Stockholm, 2006Lindqvist, Herman, Napoleon, [Ny utg.], Norstedt, Stockholm, 2006Harrison, Dick, Franska revolutionen, Historiska Media, Lund, 2020Zweig, Stefan, Fouché, hertig d'Otrante: en politikers porträtt, Skoglund, Stockholm, 1948 Lyssna på våra avsnitt fritt från reklam: https://plus.acast.com/s/historiepodden. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Deel 2 van 2: een Zweedse tandarts betreedt het strijdtoneel en is vastbesloten om te bewijzen dat Napoleon werd vermoord. Hoe? Dankzij een lok haar... - Op 5 mei 1821 overlijdt op Sint Helena na een lang ziekbed de voormalige Franse keizer, Napoleon Bonaparte. Na zijn dood wordt zijn lichaam op de biljart tafel gelegd, wachtend op de autopsie. De ploeg dokters, bestaande uit een man of acht, is het min of meer eens dat Napoleon leed aan een vergrote lever, een maagzweer had en een gezwel had groeien in zijn maag. Zowel de vader als de zus van Napoleon waren aan kanker overleden dus de doktoren grepen gretig deze oorzaak aan. Een erfelijke aandoening, niemands schuld. Hupsakeetjes, begraven. Maar Napoleon liet zich zelfs na zijn dood niet het zwijgen opleggen. In zijn testament schreef hij: "ik sterf voor mijn tijd vermoord door de Britse oligarchie en haar ingehuurde moordenaars." Was het dan toch... Moord? Ik las voor deze aflevering het uiterst vermakelijke A question of evidence van Colin Evans. Aanrader, geef dit boek aan jezelf of aan een geliefde waargebeurde misdaad fanaat. En nu we het toch over vermakelijke boeken hebben om te geven aan geliefden: mijn boek De moord op mr Jacques Wijsman is het perfecte Sinterklaas cadeau. Al was het maar omdat er van alles rijmt op 'moord' en 'trein'. (Ontspoord en venijn, bijvoorbeeld...). Daarbij is mijn boek al vergeleken met Richand Osman's Thursday Murder Club - ik ben vereerd - en zelfs met de grote Agatha Christie. Ik kan tevreden sterven. Koop dit boek! Te bestellen bij Bol.com, Bruna.nl maar natuurlijk ook bij je lokale boekhandel en die kan het goed gebruiken.
Napoleon Bonaparte is one of the most accomplished military commanders in world history. He rose to become Emperor of the French after a series of spectacular battlefield victories and continued this success until the very end of his rule.On this episode, Dan is joined by the famed filmmaker Ridley Scott to discuss his recent blockbuster, Napoleon, and go through some of the film's epic battlefield scenes. What were the conqueror's greatest battles? How did Joaquin Phoenix capture the essence of the man? And how do blockbuster epics balance historical fact with historical fiction? Tune in to find out.Produced by Mariana Des Forges and edited by Dougal Patmore.Discover the past with exclusive history documentaries and ad-free podcasts presented by world-renowned historians from History Hit. Watch them on your smart TV or on the go with your mobile device. Get 50% off your first 3 months with code DANSNOW - sign up now for your 14-day free trial http://access.historyhit.com/checkout?code=dansnow&plan=monthly.We'd love to hear from you! You can email the podcast at email@example.com.You can take part in our listener survey here.
How did the famous Napoleon Bonaparte set into motion the events that led to the humble can opener? From early experiments in canning to gadgets so dangerous the average person wasn't allowed to buy them, we look at the history and evolution of can openers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Prepare to be SHOCKED as we unveil the truth about how our children's minds are being shaped! Join us in this explosive episode of Rated G Podcast as we dive deep into the hidden world of public education. Discover the SECRETS behind the school board's creation and the DISTURBING lessons of indoctrination borrowed from none other than Napoleon Bonaparte himself. The revelations in this episode are nothing short of MIND-BOGGLING! Our discussion was sparked by a jaw-dropping YouTube video that Gary recently watched (linked below). We dissect its revelations and provide our unique insights into the world of education.
This week we had our long time comrade and resident France expert, Matthew, back on the show to talk about the mixed legacy of Napoleon Bonaparte. Was Napoleon a force for progress or the death of the revolution? The answer is yes. Revolutionary Figures: Napoleon Bonaparte https://blogs.kent.ac.uk/ageofrevolution/revolutionary-figures/napoleon-bonaparte/#Napoleon: Hegelian Herohttps://www.napoleon.org/en/history-of-the-two-empires/articles/napoleon-hegelian-hero/Hegel and Napoleon: On Heroes and the Sublime in History https://minervawisdom.com/2020/04/13/hegel-and-napoleon-on-heroes-and-the-sublime-in-history/Music: Chant du départ, the anthem of the first French Empire. Support the show
Napoleon Bonaparte neprestáva fascinovať odbornú i laickú verejnosť ani po dvoch storočiach. Asi niet človeka na svete, ktorý by aspoň nepočul jeho meno a nepoznal by aspoň malý útržok z jeho životného príbehu. Tí, ktorí podľahli kúzlu tejto historickej legendy si však neprestávajú klásť viaceré otázky. Bol geniálnym stratégom, ktorý od základov zmenil podobu vojny? Bol vizionárom a štátnikom, alebo naopak bol „vrahom“ francúzskej revolúcie? Bol krvilačným tyranom? Bolo jeho cieľom zjednotiť a premeniť Európu, alebo sledoval len svoje vlastné a bezhraničné ambície? Podať odpovede na tieto a ďalšie otázky si za cieľ kladie kniha francúzskeho historika a spisovateľa Thierryho Lentza s príslovečným názvom Napoleon – generál, mýtus, štátnik. Sto otázok a odpovedí, ktorá sa v novembri objaví aj na slovenskom knižnom trhu v preklade od vydavateľstva MAMAŠ. Do kín navyše mieri historická dráma Napoleon od britského režiséra Ridleyho Scota. Napoleonom tak trochu budeme najbližší mesiac či dva žiť všetci, ktorí milujeme históriu. Jaro Valent z časopisu Historická revue sa rozpráva s historikom a zároveň prekladateľom spomínanej knihy Oliverom Zajacom z Historického ústavu SAV. – Podporte podcasty denníka SME kúpou prémiového predplatného a užívajte si podcasty bez reklamy na webe SME.sk alebo v mobilnej aplikácii SME.sk. Prémiové predplatné si kúpite na predplatne.sme.sk/podcast _ Ak máte pre nás spätnú väzbu, odkaz alebo nápad, napíšte nám na firstname.lastname@example.org - Všetky podcasty denníka SME nájdete na sme.sk/podcasty – Odoberajte aj denný newsletter SME.sk s najdôležitejšími správami na sme.sk/suhrnsme – Ďakujeme, že počúvate podcast Dejiny.
Not having that many people over for your Thanksgiving Dinner this year? Order pizza! My Insane FL Nephew, "Pancho Guero", is being urged to be a correspondent for the 1st Annual Florida Man Games in St. Augustine next year. What will be taking place? And will he actually attend? "Pancho" has also found that a piece of Napoleon Bonaparte is worth a LOT of money...and it's not his hat. This as well as some priceless stupidity... Drunk Dad Reports His Kid Missing, but He Just Forgot Them at Home; FL Man Hides Gator in Garage; Tells Cops He Didn't Want Someone to Eat It; Drunk FL Man Drops His Shorts, Yells 'Where's My Weapon?' Baring All During Arrest; EVs Aren't Working Out So Well; Siren kings: New Zealand city plagued by Céline Dion ‘speaker battles'; Customer Spent a Night Trapped Inside Jewelry Store Vault; Taco Bell Employee Gave Haircut in Restaurant's Kitchen, Ex-Worker Says; A Property Has Had Mysterious Arsons 3 Times in 6 Years, with 3 Different Homeowners; Video Shows Amazon Driver Stompin' on Box Shortly After Delivery to Home; Fan Prematurely Ejected From College Football Game for Wearing Inflatable Penis Suit; Arkansas Family Suspects Meteorite Caused Smoking Hole in Their Deck; Someone Stole $3,000 Worth of Halloween Decorations from a Single Yard; Thrift store asks people to stop donating ‘used & unused' sex toys; NYC Bagel Shop Praised for Denying L.A. Guy's Scooped Gluten-Free Bagel Request; Florida Is Warning Residents About the "Booty Patrol"; Actual Advice from a Dentist: Eat All Your Halloween Candy in One Sitting; PA Man Caught Robbing Bank with Mom in the Car; ‘Lewd' Halloween Decorations Hanging Across from School...Cue The Outrage! Play along with "Pancho" this week & see if you can do better then he can at guessing in the "Insane Game Show" & find the answers to life's biggest questions when you hear his profound wisdom as he answers more questions from those who want to "ASK PANCHO" for some advice! "Pancho" addresses the burning questions about “Help! – Is It OK to Request An Expensive Gift for My Kid's Birthday Party?" & “Help! – My Newlywed Husband Humiliated Me During Our Wedding Vows!" Don't forget to download the TELEGRAM MESSENGER & join the "Insane Erik Lane's Stupid World" Channel to read the actual stories used for the podcast & check out the photos & videos with them! It's FREE & available for Windows, Linux, Android, & Apple for both mobile & desktop! If this podcast doesn't push your buttons, this one will! Join Daniel Leslie for "The Button Pusher" Podcast on Spotify! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/eriklane/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/eriklane/support
William Doyle is Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Bristol. As the author of the Oxford History of the French Revolution he is also the rescuer of many an undergraduate essay crisis. William's new book Napoleon At Peace, however, sees him examine Bonaparte's performance in the top job in those first years of the 19th century. Its subtitle, 'How To End A Revolution', gives you a sense of the scale of the task he faced Prof Doyle on Bonaparte: "What hit me is the sheer ability of the man - how able he actually was, how many balls he was able to keep in the air at any particular time. Whatever you think of him morally - and he's a very nasty type in all sorts of ways - nevertheless, the sheer ability of the man cannot fail to be impressive." How much of the Revolution was over by the time Napoleon Bonaparte came to power? Prof Doyle: "None of it."
Within the turmoil of the French Revolution, Napoleon Bonaparte stands out to his military superiors, first by defeating the English at Toulon, then by putting down a royalist mob in Paris when outnumbered four to one, with a “whiff of grapeshot”. Having finally shaken off the humiliation of the failed invasion of Sardinia which began his career, he is made Commander of the Interior, and rewarded with command of the Army of Italy. Has the Corsican rebel finally given up on his roots, and embraced French ideals of brotherhood? Join Tom and Dominic in the second part of our deep dive on young Napoleon, as they delve into his rise within the French military, his disillusionment with Corsican politics, his precocious strategic savoir-faire, and the story of how he met the future Empress of the French, Josephine de Beauharnais… *The Rest Is History Live Tour 2023*: Tom and Dominic are back on tour this autumn! See them live in London, New Zealand, and Australia! Buy your tickets here: restishistorypod.com Twitter: @TheRestHistory @holland_tom @dcsandbrook Producer: Theo Young-Smith Executive Producers: Jack Davenport + Tony Pastor Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Challenging our assumptions on toxinsWhat's more terrifying than the true life tales of bloodcurdling and breathstopping toxins? This Hallows' Eve we're taking a page from the history books to make sense of puzzling poisons of our past and present.Dr. Kaylee Byers speaks with Toxicologist Dr. Kimberly Garrett as they connect the dots across the globe of some of the most notorious and subtle poisonings in history. From investigating the final words of a disgraced emperor, tragic fates of conquesting explorers, wisdom from whimsical alchemists and desperate Victorian candy maker ploys, they demystify the distinction between necessary warning labels to lifelines concocted with a drop of poison.In these ghoulish stories, a healthy dose of information could be a lifesaver.—Highlights:(08:46) - Origins of 'the dose Makes the poison', a sometimes right alchemist(20:30) - A deathly candy maker on hallows eve(23:28) - Toxins in the water, understanding PFAS—Learn-A-Long: (Coming Soon)—Resources:Was Napolean Poisoned? | American Museum of Natural HistoryA Visit to Longwood | Napoleon.orgPick Your Poison - 12 Toxic Tales | National GeographicParalytic Shellfish Poisoning Safe Shellfish | Fisheries Research Board of CanadaUnprecedented toxic algal blooms impact on Tasmanian seafood industryParacelsus, the Alchemist Who Wed Medicine to Magic | Science History Institute“The Dose Makes the Poison” | Chemical Safety FactsEveryday Toxicology – The dose makes the poison & the cure | Michigan State UniversityBox Jellyfish | National GeographicPhylogenetic and Selection Analysis of an Expanded Family of Putatively Pore-Forming Jellyfish Toxins (Cnidaria: Medusozoa) | Genome Biology and EvolutionFollowing Lewis and Clark's Trail of Mercurial Laxatives | DiscoverHow Tainted Treats Led to a Halloween Tragedy in 1858 | Atlas ObscuraMulti- and Transgenerational Effects of Developmental Exposure to Environmental Levels of PFAS and PFAS Mixture in Zebrafish (Danio rerio) | ToxicsPFAS Resources | PFAS ExchangePFAS Free Producsts| PFAS CentralThe US National Institutes of Health's searchable chemical database | PubChemImproving governance of “forever chemicals” in the US and beyond | One EarthArsenic Exposure and Toxicology: A Historical Perspective | Society of ToxicologyThe gastric disease of Napoleon Bonaparte: brief report for the bicentenary of Napoleon's death on St. Helena in 1821 | Virchows Archiv—Credit:Bonapartes Retreat - Kay Starr - Pee Wee King | CapitolRule, Britannia - Royal Choral Society - The Philharmonia Orchestra | His Master's Voice
“I would plunge the avenging dagger, up to the hilt, in the breast of the tyrant!” Born in Corsica a year after the island was given to France by the Genoese, Napoleon Bonaparte grew up in a world of political and civil unrest. His father had close ties with the leader of the Corsican resistance movement, Pasquale Paoli, who would leave a lasting impression on young Napoleon. However, sent to study at a military academy in France, the future Emperor would begin to shed his Corsican roots, and start to embrace more revolutionary, universalist ideals... Join Tom and Dominic in the first part of our series on Young Napoleon, as they discuss the tumultuous island he grew up on, his enthusiasm for the French Revolution, the effect on him of his military schooling, and his complicated relationship with France. *The Rest Is History Live Tour 2023*: Tom and Dominic are back on tour this autumn! See them live in London, New Zealand, and Australia! Buy your tickets here: restishistorypod.com Twitter: @TheRestHistory @holland_tom @dcsandbrook Producer: Theo Young-Smith Executive Producers: Jack Davenport + Tony Pastor Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Loved by his people a charismatic demagogue rises to ultimate power. This week Neil takes us across revolutionary France as Napoleon Bonaparte, a true military genius, becomes emperor. A brilliant soldier and leader, Napoleon captivates his country and makes the rest of continental Europe cower. On land, he was militarily unsurpassed, but at sea his naval ambitions were thwarted by Horatio Nelson and the British navy at the Battle of Trafalgar.To help support this podcast & get exclusive videos every week sign up to Neil Oliver@Patreon.comhttps://www.patreon.com/neiloliver Neil Oliver's Websitehttps://www.neiloliver.com Check out my shop for t-shirts, mugs & other channel merchandise,https://neil-oliver.creator-spring.com The series Instagram account is called, ‘NeilOliverLoveLetter'https://www.instagram.com/neiloliverloveletter Neil Oliver History Podcasts,Season 1: Neil Oliver's Love Letter To The British IslesSeason 2: Neil Oliver's Love Letter To The WorldAvailable on all the usual providershttps://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/neil-olivers-love-letter-to-the-british-isles Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In 1798, young French general Napoleon Bonaparte entered Egypt with a veteran army and a specialist group of savants—scientists, engineers, and artists—his aim being not just conquest, but the rediscovery of the lost Nile kingdom. A year later, in the ruins of an old fort in the small port of Rosetta, the savants made a startling discovery: a large, flat stone, inscribed in Greek, demotic Egyptian, and ancient hieroglyphics. This was the Rosetta Stone, key to the two-thousand-year mystery of hieroglyphs, and to Egypt itself. Two years later, French forces retreated before the English and Ottoman armies, but would not give up the stone. Caught between the opposing generals at the siege of Alexandria, British special agents went in to find the Rosetta Stone, rescue the French savants, and secure a fragile peace treaty. Jonathan Downs' book Discovery at Rosetta: Revealing Ancient Egypt (American University in Cairo Press, 2020) uses French, Egyptian, and English eyewitness accounts to tell the complete story of the discovery, decipherment, and capture of the Rosetta Stone, investigating the rivalries and politics of the time, and the fate of the stone today. Madhumanti Datta completed her PhD in Linguistics from the University of Southern California, USA. Her primary research area is the syntax of human languages, focussing on what possible and impossible structures in human language tell us about how linguistic structures are built, how meaning is represented and about the knowledge of grammar that speakers of a language intuitively possess. She is interested in issues surrounding language, both from the social and cultural perspective as well as from the biological perspective of language as a window into human cognition. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Who are people from the past whose lives are so cinematic that they deserve their own movie, but haven't received the right silver screen treatment, such as, say, Abraham Lincoln from Steven Spielberg or Napoleon Bonaparte from Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure. Hosts from different shows on the Parthenon Podcast Network are here to discuss this question, including Steve Guerra (History of the Papacy), Richard Lim (This American President), yours truly, and Mark Vinet (History of North America).This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3101278/advertisement
In Europe at the dawn of the nineteenth century, art and politics were deeply intertwined, sometimes in surprising ways. No one understood this better than Napoleon Bonaparte. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices