Napoleon Bonaparte

It is no coincidence that Prud’hon’s beautiful models are closed off from the chaos around them

As we mark the bicentenary of Waterloo, there is an alarming trend towards rehabilitating Napoleon

The economist knew the survival of civilisation rested on belief but couldn’t make the leap of faith

The US’s new Secretary of Defence should behave a little less like his Prussian near namesake and avoid hero-worshipping foreign military prowess

Despite being a keen chess player, Napoleon Bonaparte was more a pawn than a king on the board