Napoleon on St Helena
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In December 1815, six weeks after arriving on St Helena, Napoleon Bonaparte moved into Longwood House, the residence prepared for his captivity. This book charts the five-and-a-half years of his imprisonment, culminating in his death in 1821. It describes the fallen emperor's domestic arrangements, presents the conflicting personalities of his household, and charts his long-running feud with the island's tyrannical British governor, Sir Hudson Lowe. (First published as St Helena Story, 1960.)