Napoleon - My Spoof Diary

This is the spoof journal of Napoleon. It is purely a parody of what we imagine a diary made by Napoleon would be like and hope you find the fake diary as funny.

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August 2012

Sunday 26 August 1212

Amazing what they are offering on the web nowadays in tribute to me! Celebrate napoleon's birthday on the sunshine island of corsica this august:...

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Saturday 25 August 1212

Today is the anniversary of one of my most famoustest quotes: "Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake." A Scottish actor, Paisle...

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Friday 24 August 1212

I see on my haunting travels that one Michelle Moran has written a novel. Titled: A novel of Napoleon's Court - The Second Empress. "Other than...

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Thursday 23 August 1212

The French award, known in French as the "Ordre national de la L├ęgion d'honneur", was created in 1802 by myself, and it is the highest decoration best...

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Wednesday 22 August 1212

"In 1769, Napoleon Bonaparte was born on the island of Corsica. In 1483, the Sistine Chapel was consecrated by Pope Sixtus IV. In 1812, the Battle of...

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Tuesday 21 August 1212

On a blog by someone called Zogat this past week: By Sarah Freeman: We would love an invite to Julia Child and Napoleon Bonaparte's joint birthday...

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Monday 20 August 1212

For my birthday, they even put my famous quotes on the web this week: 1: "Fanaticism must be first lulled in order that it may be eradicated." 2...

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Sunday 19 August 1212

The National Gallery of Victoria in my beloved Australia today welcomed its 100,000th visitor to this year's Melbourne Winter Masterpieces exhibition,...

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