Bonaparte

Corsican family of Italian origin that gave rise to the Napoleonic dynasty: see Napoleon I, Napoleon II, an...
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Bonaparte

(from the article `Unruh, Fritz von`) Unruh foresaw the coming Nazi dictatorship in his drama Bonaparte (1927) and continued to press his warnings in Berlin in Monte Carlo (1931) and Zero ...
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Bonaparte

Bonaparte (bō'nupärt) , Ital. Buonaparte (bwōnäpär'tā) , family name of Napoleon I, emperor of the French.Sections in this article:IntroductionParentageNapoleon's SiblingsLater GenerationsBibliography
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Bonaparte

Bonaparte was the French form which the great Napoleon was the first to give to the original Italian name Buona-parte, borne by his family in Corsica. As early as the 12th and 13th centuries there were families of this name in Northern Italy, members of which reached some distinction as governors of cities (podesta), envoys, etc. But the connection...
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Bonaparte

Bonaparte is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Bonaparte

Click images to enlargeCorsican family of Italian origin that gave rise to the Napoleonic dynasty: see Napoleon I, Napoleon II, and Napoleon III. Others were the brothers and sister of Napoleon I: Joseph (1768–1844) whom Napoleon made king of Naples in 1806 and of Spain in 1808; Lucien (1775–1840) wh...
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Bonaparte

Random term for French Weinbrände, Unlike others, however, there is no indication of quality or age. See a list below cognac,
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