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Message Publié : 17 Fév 2004 23:45 
je reponds maintenante je suis inscrir.
pq Napoleon est mort veut dire Engleterre battre a Waterloo en 1815.
chose que homme mort peut pas etre changer meme quand St-Helen's island est exhume.
pourqoi continuer a essayer faire Histoire encore ?
when we mean dead, we really mean dead, man.
No cares who what where or when, you loose the war and that's it! Winner's rules and winner takes it all!
Who damned cared about Bonapart's killing-if so-excep a few frenchmen?
It's over, ok?


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Message Publié : 18 Fév 2004 0:47 
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Hello, Sanders !

What's the matter about Waterloo and the "disenterred body" ?

Napoleon had lost the battle, but he won the european civil war!

Revolutions had won: the american and the french ! :4:

Kings were dead, only in Great Britain (Belgium and others)! But they haven't power.

And now, just killing George the fourst... :1:


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Message Publié : 18 Fév 2004 3:53 

Dear sir,
I must say that your french is very hard to understand, but I thank you for trying so hard.
In this sector of the forum you can write in english so feel free to do so!

The Waterloo defeat is not the cause of Napoléon's death.
Some say he died of stomach cancer, others that he was poisonned by a member of his suite in 1821 etc.

I suggest you read Ben Weider's book on the subject.

Now when you say:

No cares who, what, where or when, you loose the war and that's it! Winner's rules and winner takes it all!

I don't see your point I must say, where are you heading with that one?

We are not saying the contrary, the winners took it all leaving their dignity behind but that is another subject.

This forum has been created to speak about the possible substitution of the Emperor Napoleon by comparing the sayings of the witnesses of 1821 and the ones of 1840. It is a very interesting and startling subject.

If you are not even interested in looking into the matter, why waste your time?

Never the less, I must add that for someone who asks questions, nothing is over until he gets the answers!

regards


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 Sujet du message : connexion problems
Message Publié : 18 Fév 2004 21:40 
well i have just been fooling around for a while and i come back to see that i cannot log in.
Wonder if you kicked me out.
Anyway, i just don't want lo loose my time with weirdy weirdos your style.
Just for fun, tell me what the ''bad Englishmen'' would have done to your ''grand capitain''?
Eat him, maybe?
lolll
Just for fun, ok.


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Message Publié : 19 Fév 2004 0:24 
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Message Publié : 19 Fév 2004 13:49 
weirdy weirdos? :neutral:



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