Napoleonism


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Napoleonism

the adherence to the doctrines of Napoleon and his dynasty. — Napoleonist, n.Napoleonic, adj.
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Finally, the third issue raises the question of Tolstoy's "Napoleonism," that is, the similarities between the commander and the writer.
In deflating Napoleon, Tolstoy seems to have been battling against Napoleonism in general.
The answer: Tolstoy's Napoleonism. In July-August 1865, Tolstoy wrote the following to P.
"Uncle Napoleonism" has even become a part of Persian slang as a term for the Iranian penchant for conspiracy theory.