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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 ...
 
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
 
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Johan Op de Beeck vertelt meesterlijk het fascinerende levensverhaal van een van de belangrijkste figuren uit de wereldgeschiedenis. Om één van bekendste mannen in de wereldpolitiek te worden, moest de kleine man uit Corsica heel wat overwinnen. Veld- en moordaanslagen, maar ook liefdesverdriet. Bij het de boeken 'Napoleon' Deel 1 en Deel 2 van Johan Op de Beeck.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
Visit www.martaonthemove.com A podcast hosted by Marta Mazzoni featuring- -Candid and comedic conversations -Travel Inspirations - Pop culture -General Nerdery -Pittsburgh, PA A lifestyle podcast that blends interesting people from her hometown with her passion for travel, Marta is a minimalist solo traveler at heart, and loves to explore the world for interesting cultural experiences. Twitter @icantfindmarta Instagram- @martaonthemovepodcast Facebook -Marta On The Move, and on The Epicast N ...
 
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What was the greatest on-screen depiction of the Napoleonic era? That Hamilton Woman? All for Love? The Duellists? Gance's Napoleon? Waterloo? Bondarchuk's War and Peace? Master & Commander? Sharpe? With so many to chose from Charley White, Kirsteen Mackenzie, Everette Rummage, Matt Bone, Tom Fournier, Josh Provan, and Marcus Cribb all join me to c…
 
In week 2 of our sermon series, "Sermon on the Mount", Pastor Chip teaches on Matt 5:3-5. He teaches on what it really means to be "poor in spirit"-v3; "to mourn"-v4; and what it means to be "meek"-v5, and how we are blessed to become like this. It all leaves us to say, "Have mercy on me Lord!"Napoleon Church of the Nazarene tarafından oluşturuldu
 
1796. January. February. March. Three months in which the British take Ceylon thanks to some daring – or perhaps that should be dairy-ing – exploits… Napoleon Bonaparte takes command of the Army of Italy… And the new French government, the Directory, struggles to find its way. This is episode 17 of the Napoleonic Quarterly – covering three months i…
 
Welcome to week 1 of our new sermon series, "Sermon on the Mount". Pastor Chip will be taking us through Jesus' very familiar teaching found in Matt. 5, The sermon on the mount. He challenges us to change our perspective in what it really means to be blessed. Being blessed is not measured in the amount riches, talents, or people you have around you…
 
As a little Christmas season bonus, Beatrice de Graaf, Josh Provan, Andy Dorman and I had what was meant to be a Christmas party, but turned into a serious chat about some of the exciting developments, challenges, and our hopes for the future of the study of the Napoleonic era. Lots of laughter and thought-provoking conversations are in store. Twit…
 
Here's what to expect in the next batch of episodes from the Napoleonic Quarterly, beginning with episode 17 in the new year of 2022, including... - A whirlwind of energy and dynamism transforms the course of the war in north Italy - Britain's Royal Navy notches up two more big fleet action victories - The ruling Directory faces another struggle fo…
 
In this Christmas special (and special really is the word), Rachael Stark, Alex Mikaberidze, Josh Provan and Beatrice de Graaf join me to discuss the most misunderstood person of the Napoleonic era, in an episode filled with laughter, and thought provoking conversation - prepare to have some myths exploded! Twitter: @zwhitehistory | @Bookish_Rachae…
 
Pastor Chip teaches on the fourth theme of Advent; Love. He teaches how the birth of Christ shows us love, the death of Christ shows us how love acts, and the resurrection of Christ show us how love can be experienced. He takes us through scripture where we learn how living in God’s love.....…swallows up our insecurities…stops us from living in com…
 
Pastor Justin teaches on the third theme of Advent: Joy. We read through Luke 2 about the Shepard's account with the angels. Through their response, we see the realities of joy and how it's not based upon our circumstances; but rather, dependent on our response to Christ.Napoleon Church of the Nazarene tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Andrew Field joins me to talk about the research behind his book Quatre Bras: Prelude to Waterloo. We walk through the battle looking at the perspective of both sides to better understand why it unfolded in the way that it did. Twitter: @zwhitehistory You can support this content & get exclusive perks at: www.patreon.com/thenapoleonicist Tips also …
 
On the first anniversary of his coronation, Napoleon faced off against a powerful Coalition army. With France's strategic situation deteriorating by the hour, he formed an audacious plan to win the war in a single stroke. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesEverett Rummage tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Sam Jolley, Assistant Curator at the Royal Engineers Museum, Gillingham, joins me to talk about her research into the women who marched with, and fought in, the armies of the Napoleonic era. Twitter: @s_jolley | @zwhitehistory You can support this content & get exclusive perks at: www.patreon.com/thenapoleonicist Tips also appreciated: www.ko-fi.co…
 
Delving into the records for the British army in Portugal in 1810-11, I look at the challenges of maintaining discipline and morale amongst the British troops during this period, and the way in which it sheds light on wider issues within the British army. Twitter: @zwhitehistory Tip: https://ko-fi.com/napoleonicist Support: https://www.patreon.com/…
 
Jacqueline Reiter, Jimmy Chen and Josh Povan join me as we discuss four contenders for the title of 'most significant naval figure'. Some predictable and less predictable candidates are offered, including two Russians, one of whom is more famous for his exploits on land, despite his reformist naval agenda.Twitter: @zwhitehistory | @latelordchatham …
 
What was the most significant naval event of the period? According to this panel of experts, definitely not any of the battles that might immediately spring to mind! Trafalgar is well and truly sidelined as Sam Jolley, Callum Easton, Jamie Goodall, and Andy Young take us on a master class of smart thinking in their pitches. Twitter: @zwhitehistory …
 
Paul Martinovich joins me to discuss the life and exploits of a remarkable admiral who you're unlikely to have heard of - Admiral Pulteney Malcolm - but whose career was nothing short of remarkable. Twitter: @zwhitehistory Tip: https://ko-fi.com/napoleonicist Support: https://www.patreon.com/thenapoleonicist…
 
Josh Provan joins me to talk about some of the most significant French naval commanders of the period, looking at the successes, failures, and arguably unfair criticisms that can be made of these often neglected seafarers. Twitter: @zwhitehistory | @LandofHistory Tip: https://ko-fi.com/napoleonicist Support: https://www.patreon.com/thenapoleonicist…
 
Nick Kaizer, author of 'Revenge in the Name of Honour' joins me to talk about how the Royal Navy was force-fed a slice on humble piece by the fledgling USA when it came to engagements during the War of 1812. Twitter: @zwhitehistory | @kaizer_nick Tip: https://ko-fi.com/napoleonicist Support: https://www.patreon.com/thenapoleonicist…
 
Pirate historian Dr Jamie Goodall joins me to talk about her research on everything to do with the world of pirates during the Napoleonic age and beyond, including her brilliant book Pirates of the Chesapeake Bay. We talk about the Disneyfication of the piracy, why taverns weren't always scenes of debauchery, and bust a few myths about pirate democ…
 
Historian and author Adam Zamoyski discusses the fate of Poland, power politics during the 1792-1815 period and why all decent biographers should seek to empathise with their subjects as human beings, just like the rest of us. This interview was recorded in spring 2020, shortly after the publication of Adam's Napoleon: The Man Behind The Myth. The …
 
Marcus Cribb takes over hosting duties and host Zack moves into the guest hotseat along with Ed Coss, as they talk about the aims of a brand new charity dedicated to honouring the war dead from the period 1775-1815. To find out more about the NRWGC, follow the charity on twiter at:https://twitter.com/NRWGCharity Find us on facebook: https://www.fac…
 
Military historian and wargamer Garry Wills discusses his interest in the smaller battles of the 1792-1815 period - and why looking at the records of a regiment or battalion provide just as much interest and insight as looking at the bigger-picture progress of an entire campaign. Garry is on Twitter @CaseshotPublish and is the author of Wellington'…
 
Dear Croatia... I have a lot to say to you, and I hope I summed it up in this episode. I needed to collect my thoughts, to gather up my senses. I also needed some time to completely fall apart when I got home from this month long odyssey. Reintroduction is always hard. In this episode I talk about reasons that I both completely love, and reasons wh…
 
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