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Betsy Bonaparte Balti S High Spirited, Independent And Controversial Betsy Patterson Married Napoleon S Brother Jerome In 1803, Bore A Son, And Defied The Angry Emperor Originally Published In France In 1988, This Lively Biography Takes The Reader Into The Intrigues In France And Early 19th Century Balti.

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10 thoughts on “Betsy Bonaparte

  1. says:

    I liked the tidbits about the Balti area and especially some of the information about the war of 1812 There was also some interesting bits about some notable Americans such as Thomas Jefferson and some interesting passages regarding America s interests leading up to the war of 1812 It was also an interesting look at the world of Euroopean elites and especially the Bonaparte family I was very interested to learn about this American connection to Napolean

  2. says:

    This is the biography of Elizabeth Patterson, better known as Betsy Bonaparte, whom was briefly married to the younger brother of Napoleon Even though it cannot be called a serious biography, it is fit that it was written in the manner in which the contemporaries of that period had written their own memoirsin a bit of lighthearted if not downright flippant way no matter how grave the subject The author may have chosen to write in this style of the period, but

  3. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Really enjoyed this book It was really great learning about our early local history Although I really did not care for Betsy s attitude, I really enjoyed learning about her life She was very fortunate to have been able to meet so many interesting people, even if she was not fortunate in love It s so interesting how different our history could have been if Napolean, had not forced his brot

  4. says:

    Not terribly well written but I like local history.

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