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Who was Britain's equivalent of Napoleon Bonaparte?

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Two persons have said Wellington (makes sense he was the one who defeated Napoleon at Waterloo) but I must disagree. We are looking for the equivalent and Napoleon was a very offence directed military leader, Wellington on the other hand was a brilliant defensive military leader . read more

Napoleon’s desire to invade Britain in 1803 was not a new idea. Napoleon had been appointed to the command of an invasion force as early as 1797, but this force had never launched due to misgivings aired by Napoleon against it in early 1798. read more

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