The King of Rome: A Biography (Classic Reprint)
Thus far no one had ever doubted him, because it was impossible to do so with justice: Napoleon I., in the modern age, is as yet the greatest general. Whether the famous General will have a successor as great as he, can be told only by Him, in whose hands our future lies. That Napoleon, through history, rightly called 'The Great,' will ever have a counterpart, is the secret of the future.
Would we think Napoleon greater, had he not put the crown upon his own head, is a question upon which disputants, according to their greater or lesser shortsightedness, will hereafter argue many times.
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