Napoleonist


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Na`po´le`on`ist


n.1.A supporter of the dynasty of the Napoleons.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The author, who worked for many years as The Times' correspondent in Paris, admits in his Introduction that he is not a 'Napoleonist' at all.
To be a royalist in France in those days could mean one of three things: Legitimist -- the Bourbons whose heir the Comte de Chambord lived in exile in Austria; Orleanist -- led by the Comte de Paris; or Napoleonist. Lyautey's family embraced all three.
Tangye Lean, The Napoleonists: A Study in Political Disaffection, 1760-1960 (London: Oxford University Press, 1970).
He wrote Storm in Oxford, A Fantasy and Of Unsound Mind, two novels, in 1932, a book about the European radio war (Voices in the Darkness) in 1943, and an historical study, The Napoleonists: A Study in Political Disaffection, 1760-1960 in 1970.