Yahoo Web Search

  1. About 10,800 search results
  1. Napoleon, finding his proffers of peace rejected by England with contumely and scorn, and declined by Austria, now prepared, with his wonted energy, to repel the assaults of the allies. As he sat in his cabinet at the Tuileries, the thunders of their unrelenting onset came rolling in upon his ear from all the frontiers of France.

  2. The French Emperor, Napoleon Bonaparte in 1799 offered to restore Palestine to the Jews. Whether Bonaparte had been genuine in his intention or not, it was the French together with the British who created the political climate which made possible the Balfour Declaration and ultimately the State of Israel.

  3. While Napoleon Bonaparte was called the scourge of Europe, British radicals like Byron, Hazlitt and Godwin were stunned when he died. Working-class radicals saw the war which lasted intermittently between 1793 in 1815 as an attempt by the British ruling class to crash the Revolution and stamp out democracy at home.

  4. Lawrence James, The Times Napoleon Bonaparte's character and achievements have always divided critics and commentators. In this compelling new biography Frank McLynn draws on the most recent scholarship and throws a brilliant light on this most paradoxical of men - as military leader, lover and emperor. Tracing. Napoleon's extraordinary.

  5. Mar 19, 2011 · "Man will believe anything, as long as it's not in the Bible." -- Napoleon Bonaparte, emperor, 19th century Quoted in: Comfort, R., Scientific Facts in the Bible, 2001 Comfort, R., God Doesn't Believe in Atheists, 2002

  6. Taking the words as they stand before us, they give the idea that all goodness in man is from God. 1. The goodness in the heart is from Him. “The preparations of the heart in man.”. The margin reads “disposings.”. All the right disposings of the heart toward the real, the holy, and the Divine, are from the Lord.

  7. He did not want to abandon reason altogether, but he also did not want its importance or value in knowing Christ to be exaggerated. God has given enough evidence of the truth of Christianity that those who want to know the truth will see it, but he has not shown himself in a way that would compel faith in those who don’t care or don’t want ...

  1. People also search for