With Napoleon on St. Helena, Pages 555-566.

Due to life threatening illness, Countess de Montholon and her children must abandon Napoleon on the prison island of St. Helena.


The Author Marchand also comes down with a dangerous life threatening illness under the dominion of the English government. 


Napoleon is also dying of mysterious causes under the regime of the English government who sent his doctor away. 


We last finished reading: With Napoleon in Russia. Now we’re reading the memoirs of Napoleon’s Valet Marchand from their time together all over Europe and at St. Helena.

Then I will read the Memoirs of Hortense Bonaparte. All three writers of these memoirs are considered exceptionally honest. All three essentially lived with Napoleon. Then I plan to read a selection of Napoleon’s letters to ladies. You will see that Napoleon is the same person in all of these accounts. I’m doing this because I believe this is important and that our whole present world-in-crisis comes out of this True story.

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