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Covering all things French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars, and presented by 'the baby-faced Napoleon Nerd' (Zack White), this podcast offers a rich array of interviews, narratives and opinion pieces on a vast range of topics from the period 1789-1815. Ideal for specialists and newcomers to the period alike. You can support this content & get exclusive perks at: www.patreon.com/thenapoleonicist Tips also appreciated: www.ko-fi.com/napoleonicist Bookstore: https://uk.bookshop.org/shop/thenapol ...
 
History isn't black and white, yet too often it's presented as such. Grey History is a podcast dedicated to retelling the French Revolution in a way that highlights differing opinions, experiences, and conclusions. Why? Because it's in the grey that history has its beauty, its intrigue, and most importantly its lessons. Support the show today: https://www.patreon.com/greyhistory
 
From award-winning podcasters, Noiser, this is the story of Napoleon Bonaparte. As featured on Real Dictators. For ad-free listening, exclusive content and early access to new episodes, join Noiser+. Now available for Apple and Android users. Click the Noiser+ banner on Apple or go to noiser.com/subscriptions to get started. Follow @Noiser_Podcasts on Twitter for updates on our shows.
 
We exist to see people come to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. The church is so much more than a building. It is a body of believers called by our Lord Jesus Christ to share the Gospel with those who do not yet know who Jesus is. As the church, we gather together regularly through Sunday Morning Worship, activities, groups, and much more. SUNDAY SERVICE TIMES 9:00AM & 10:30 PM 630 Appian Ave Napoleon, OH 43545 419.592.1586 office@napnaz.org
 
Langs de ophefmakende weg die Napoleon zich door de geschiedenis gebaand heeft, loopt nog een ander, meer verscholen pad. Daarop bevinden zich de vrouwen. Meest legendarisch is Joséphine de Beauharnais, de liefde van zijn leven. Maar ze moest wijken voor het politieke huwelijk van Napoleon met Marie-Louise van Oostenrijk, die hem wel een troonopvolger schonk. Daarnaast kende Napoleon ontelbare minnaressen en verwekte hij verscheidene buitenechtelijke kinderen. Niet zelden hadden zijn seksuel ...
 
À l’occasion du bicentenaire du décès de Napoléon, La Première diffuse en primeur une série radiophonique inédite, " Napoléon, le Crépuscule de l’Aigle ", réalisée par Franck Istasse et Pierre Devalet. 5 épisodes de 54 minutes sur les dernières années de l’empereur. Des Cent-Jours jusqu’à sa mort : des années cruciales pour comprendre l’installation durable de la légende napoléonienne dans les siècles suivants. Avec quatre historiens, parmi les meilleurs spécialistes du premier Empire : Thie ...
 
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Piense y hágase rico es un libro escrito por Napoleón Hill. Se conoce como el método más famoso y efectivo para hacer dinero ya que con más de diez millones de copias vendidas, ha tenido más éxito que cualquier otra obra de su género. Para escribirlo, Napoleón Hill entrevistó a las 500 familias más ricas de los Estados Unidos, quienes le revelaron al autor el origen de su fortuna. Promocionado por Mahatma Gandhi, fue ampliamente distribuido en la India de su tiempo.
 
Lifestyle, travel, and inspiration. Join Marta as she travels the world and herself. An award winning lifestyle podcast that blends Marta's own journey with life, and all the things that she is curious about within and all over the globe. Twitter @icantfindmarta Instagram- @martaonthemovepodcast Inquiries/ sponsorships- martafoos@gmail.com
 
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Alexander Mikaberidze joins me to talk about the man behind the myth, who forms the focus of his new book Kutuzov: A Life in War and Peace. Buy the book: Kutuzov - Alexander Mikaberidze - Oxford University Press (oup.com) Twitter: @zwhitehistory | @AMikaberidze Support the show: The Napoleonicist is creating exciting episodes on the Napoleonic Wars…
 
Professor Michael Broers of Oxford University's Lady Margaret Hall assesses Napoleon's achievements and shortcomings, shortly after concluding his three-volume biography with 'Napoleon: The Decline And Fall Of An Empire 1811-1821'. This interview was recorded in late 2021, shortly after Prof Broers completed his manuscript. The book was published o…
 
Catherine the Great is one of the most intriguing and consequential monarchs of the 18th century. Mark Schauss from the Russian Rulers History Podcast joins me for a wide-ranging interview on Catherine's reign. In this episode, we discuss Catherine's influential policies, politics, and wars, as well as her surprising ascent to the Russian throne. W…
 
With Napoleon deposed and in exile, it appears to be game over. But even now he is planning a comeback. After the mother of all prison breaks, Napoleon marches back up through France. Reinstating himself as emperor, he will rally his troops for one last battle... As featured on Real Dictators. A Noiser production, written by Jeff Dawson. This is Pa…
 
Pastor Ben Hartford introduces us to our new series, "The Fundamentals : Disciplines that change lives." Pastor Ben leads us through scripture to remind us that we have been saved by faith through grace from Christ Jesus, but our relationship with Christ and true heart transformation does not start and end there. True character transformation begin…
 
The Napoleonicist returns with a tough, but important exploration of how the British Army tackled cases of sexual assault, and exploring why they bucked the conventions by trying homosexuality in military courts. Join the Napoleonic & Revolutionary War Graves Charity: www.nrwgc.com You can support this content & get exclusive perks at: www.patreon.…
 
For Pastor Chip's last Sunday here at NapNaz, we take a moment to express our gratitude and heart towards him and his family. We know the Holy Spirit will continue to work in their lives as well as the life and body of NapNaz. For his final sermon, Pastor Chips teaches on peace. We will miss you Chip!…
 
Death in the service of your country is a tragedy. In a 'Re-up' of an episode from 11 months, Marcus Cribb interviews me and Ed Coss about the aims of the Napoleonic & Revolutionary War Graves Charity, which is now open for membership and donations at www.nrwgc.com Twitter: @zwhitehistory | @NRWGCharity Attend the War & Peace in the Age of Napoleon…
 
Napoleon’s blockade of Britain begins. Amidst the fall-out, France launches an invasion of Spain. The Duke of Wellington arrives on the scene. After another dispute with Russia, Bonaparte assembles his biggest ever army. It will do the unthinkable and march on Moscow... As featured on Real Dictators. A Noiser production, written by Jeff Dawson. Thi…
 
We end our Ministry Focus series with Pastor Justin sharing his passion for his role as the discipleship pastor here at NapNaz. There is more to being Christian than simply going to church. If we are true followers of Christ then we should be constantly in discipleship and making disciples. How do we do this? By getting invested in Life Groups, Bib…
 
In this crossover episode we examine another great history podcast called History Daily. Every weekday, host Lindsay Graham takes you back in time to explore a momentous event that happened ‘on this day’ in history. Whether it’s to remember the tragedy of December 7th, 1941, the day “that will live in infamy,” or to celebrate that 20th day in July,…
 
Rachel Blackman-Rogers is a maritime historian at King's College London. Her PhD thesis is on the transformation of British naval strategy during the 1790s and advances a series of compelling arguments about the development of British goals during the period. Rachel has been a stalwart on the podcast so far and so it was great to finally get the ch…
 
Rachael Stark returns with her monthly Marshal feature, as we look at one of the Marshals who has been pushed to the edge of popular memory: The morally principled MacDonald. Twitter: @Bookish_Rachael | @zwhitehistory | @NRWGCharity Rachael's Twitter profile: https://twitter.com/Bookish_Rachael Attend the War & Peace in the Age of Napoleon Conferen…
 
Bonaparte storms back into Italy, reconquering all that had been lost. Back home, in Notre-Dame Cathedral, thousands of dignitaries watch on as the untouchable general crowns himself emperor. Intent on destroying Britain, he plans a seaborne invasion. But Lord Nelson has other ideas... As featured on Real Dictators. A Noiser production, written by …
 
Our Ministry Focus Month continues with highlighting our children's ministry here with NapNaz Kids; directed by Janae Elling. Statistics show that 80% of Christ Followers had found and followed Christ between the ages of 0-14! The value of kids ministry in the glocal body of believers is huge and should not be taken likely.Matthew 19:13-15 says,"13…
 
The National Convention meets in Paris. Who were the deputies who lead France? What divided them? How accurate are the common perceptions of their politics? This episode explores the new national legislature and the factions which would dominate it. Episode Extra - The Legalisation of Divorce Explore the ground-breaking legalisation of divorce in S…
 
durée : 00:46:50 - Napoléon, l’homme qui ne meurt jamais - par : Philippe Collin - Comme le général De Gaulle après lui, Napoléon Bonaparte nous aura légué un concept protéiforme pouvant suggérer une quantité infinie de définitions. Philippe Collin pose la question : faut-il le penser comme un système de valeurs, de principes, de gouvernement, d'id…
 
durée : 00:46:38 - Napoléon, l’homme qui ne meurt jamais - par : Philippe Collin - Napoléon n'aura pas manqué de nourrir l'imaginaire collectif au point de devenir une véritable icône de la littérature romantique, de Balzac à Stendhal. Philippe Collin explique en quoi, par la conquête de l'image du héros défunt, Napoléon a imprégné la mémoire colle…
 
durée : 00:46:44 - Napoléon, l’homme qui ne meurt jamais - par : Philippe Collin - Aboli par la Révolution en 1794, Napoléon rétablit l’esclavage en 1802 pour reconstituer un grand empire colonial, gagner un prestige supplémentaire, et éviter de sacrifier un fort atout économique. Au passage, souligne Philippe Collin dans cet épisode, la volonté au…
 
Napoleon sails for the Middle East. After the Battle of the Pyramids, a scientific mission makes remarkable findings, introducing the Western world to the mysteries of Ancient Egypt. But after a drubbing from Britain’s naval supremo, Horatio Nelson, Napoleon does a runner. His return to Paris is timed to perfection. Almost by accident, Bonaparte wi…
 
durée : 00:46:44 - Napoléon, l’homme qui ne meurt jamais - par : Philippe Collin - Pour assurer la sauvegarde et la pérennité de l'État Napoléonien, le nobliau corse met en place un État policier qui soit à la fois omniscient et omnipotent. Philippe Collin nous raconte comment, obsédé par le contrôle de la société et soucieux de contrecarrer les co…
 
This week, our ministry focus was on Community Outreach. We highlighted two key ministries that have helped us as a church spread the gospel through out our own community. The first being our NapNaz Community Preschool, led by teacher and director, Sarah Sonnenberg. NapNaz Preschool helps to prepare children spiritually and academically as they ent…
 
Sermon delivered on Sunday, August 14, 2022 at LCI Mega-Church in Cape Town, South Africa. Continuing our series on How to Make Full Proof of Your Ministry. One of the things God uses to guide us to His to will is our desires. We learnt that a desire for the things of God is a sign of God’s call upon our lives. When we fulfill that desire, we will …
 
durée : 00:46:43 - Napoléon, l’homme qui ne meurt jamais - par : Philippe Collin - Napoléon a mené d'importantes réformes qui ont révolutionné le paysage institutionnel français. L'image du sauveur passe par la fondation de nouvelles institutions, la réorganisation de l'administration, toujours dans le but de promouvoir l'ordre social. Philippe Col…
 
durée : 00:46:26 - Napoléon, l’homme qui ne meurt jamais - par : Philippe Collin - Napoléon Bonaparte est un pionnier de l’égyptologie en France. Il profite de la campagne d’Egypte, en 1798, pour emmener avec lui de nombreux savants. L’opération, raconte Philippe Collin, se solde toutefois par un désastre militaire qu’il masque pour soigner son ima…
 
durée : 00:46:35 - Napoléon, l’homme qui ne meurt jamais - par : Philippe Collin - Son ascension, son règne et sa légende sont largement empruntes de l’idée qu’il se faisait des mœurs de son époque. Parmi elles, Philippe Collin évoque la figure de l’homme puissant et viril, qui tend à remettre en question la vision qu'il se faisait des femmes. Cett…
 
After a quickie wedding, Napoleon Bonaparte dashes south to take command of the French Army in Italy. Here he announces himself with a devastating display of battlefield brilliance. In Milan, he gets a taste for political rule and good living. Napoleon will return to Paris both as a military hero and a budding statesman... As featured on Real Dicta…
 
durée : 00:46:27 - Napoléon, l’homme qui ne meurt jamais - par : Philippe Collin - Napoléon, c'est une certaine conception de la famille, originaire de Corse. Philippe Collin décrypte cette logique de clan sur laquelle il s'appuie pour fonder sa propre dynastie, assurer son pouvoir, sa suprématie sur l'Europe. - réalisé par : Violaine BALLET…
 
durée : 00:46:35 - Napoléon, l’homme qui ne meurt jamais - par : Philippe Collin - La disparition de l'empereur Napoléon Bonaparte le 5 mai 1821, représente l'un des évènements les plus déterminants de sa propre histoire. Impossible pour Philippe Collin de ne pas commencer par la fin tant elle acte le commencement de sa légende. Récit de sa mort, d…
 
Writer, historian and literary critic Ruth Scurr discusses her experience writing three very different biographies: Fatal Purity: Robespierre And The French Revolution; John Aubrey: My Own Life (about the 16thC antiquarian); and Napoleon: A Life In Gardens And Shadows, an entirely unique take on a man who continues to fascinate.…
 
You’ve heard the name Napoleon Bonaparte. But who was he, really? In 1769 a boy is born on the Mediterranean island of Corsica. He will go on to become an emperor - a virtual god in his adopted homeland, a nemesis to his international foes. So how does Napoleon become the most powerful man on Earth? And why doesn’t he stop, even once he has it all?…
 
We end our Neighborhood Watch series with part 2 on "Knowing Your Roles". Pastor Chip takes us into Ephesians, Corinthians, and Romans, teaching on how we are to use our gifts and talents to advance the Kingdom. He encourages all believers to take a shape test to find their spiritual formation and God given gifts to be used to serve others.…
 
On the eve of the Invasion of France in August 1792, the courts of the First Coalition were maintaining an uneasy alliance. Events in Poland had reinforced the long-standing distrust between the courts of Berlin, Vienna, and St. Petersburg, and developments in the east would fundamentally alter the trajectory of the allies' advance. This episode ex…
 
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