- Military leader
- Emperor of France
Quotes on Napoleon Bonaparte – ENTJ
Napoleon: “I love power. But it is as an artist that I love it. I love it as a musician loves his violin, to draw out its sounds and chords and harmonies.”
Napoleon: “Imagination rules the world.”
Napoleon: “Religion is excellent stuff for keeping common people quiet.”
Napoleon: “Men are moved by two levers only: fear and self interest.”
Napoleon: “Power is my mistress. I have worked too hard at her conquest to allow anyone to take her away from me.”
Napoleon: “Ambition never is in a greater hurry than I; it merely keeps pace with circumstances and with my general way of thinking.”
Napoleon: “Ten people who speak make more noise than ten thousand who are silent.”
Napoleon: “An empty throne always tempts me.”
Napoleon: “In war, the moral is to the physical as ten to one.”
Steven Pinker: “[Napoleon deployed] every available resource to inflict all-out defeats on [his] enemies.”
Mehmet Murat ildan: “Between Napoleon and His army, always choose Napoleon; because He can create a new army, but his army cannot create a new Napoleon!”
More about Napoleon Bonaparte – ENTJ
“Napoleon – A Life” by Andrew Roberts
The definitive biography of the famous soldier-statesman Napoleon Bonaparte, by the New York Times bestselling author of The Storm of War and winner of the Grand Prix of the Fondation Napoleon 2014.
Austerlitz, Borodino, Waterloo: Napoleon’s battles are among the greatest in history, but Napoleon Bonaparte was far more than just a military genius and an astute leader of men. Just like George Washington and his personal hero Julius Caesar, he was one of the greatest soldier-statesmen of all time.
“Waterloo” by Bernard Cornwell
The French armies, Britain, and Prussia descended upon a quiet valley south of Brussels. In the previous 3 days, the army of the French had beaten the Prussians at Ligny and fought the British to a standstill at Quatre-Bras. The Allies retreated. The little village north called Waterloo, is where they turned to fight the French army. The blood-soaked battle that gave its name would become a huge landmark in European history.