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" They are introduced, and Bonaparte keeps them waiting. At last he appears, girt with his sword; he puts on his hat, explains the measures he has taken, gives his orders, and dismisses them. Augereau has remained silent; it is only when he is outside that... "
The New England Magazine - Página 51
1915
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Psychology of War

Le Roy Eltinge - 1915 - 176 páginas
...mathematician and a dreamer. They are introduced (into the ante-room), and Napoleon keeps them waiting1. At last he appears, girt with his sword: he puts on...self-possession and is able to deliver himself of a stream of profanity. He admits with Messena that this little devil of a general has inspired him...
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Psychology of War: Lectures Delivered by Le Roy Eltinge

Le Roy Eltinge - 1917 - 184 páginas
...reputation of a mathematician and a dreamer. They are introduced (into the ante-room), and Napoleon keeps them waiting. At last he appears, girt with...self-possession and is able to deliver himself of a stream of profanity. He admits with Messena that this little devil of a general has inspired him...
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Psychology of War

Le Roy Eltinge - 1918 - 200 páginas
...reputation of a mathematician and a dreamer. They are introduced (into the ante-room), and Napoleon keeps them waiting. At last he appears, girt with...self-possession and is able to deliver himself of a stream of profanity. He admits with Messena that this little devil of a general has inspired him...
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Infantry Journal, Volumen33

1928 - 742 páginas
...Paris. He comes to take command of the army in Italy. They are ushered into the anteroom and Napoleon keeps them waiting. "At last he appears, girt with...taken, gives his orders and dismisses them." Augereau, a swashbuckler, uncouth and heroic, proud of his height and his bravery, who came despising this young...
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The Crowd

Gustave Le Bon - 1997 - 232 páginas
...solitude, of poor aspect, and with the reputation of a mathematician and dreamer. They are brought in, and Bonaparte keeps them waiting. At last he appears,...deliver himself of his customary oaths. He admits with Masséna that this little devil of a general has inspired him with awe ; he cannot understand the ascendency...
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The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind

Gustave Le Bon - 2002 - 180 páginas
...solitude, of poor aspect, and with the reputation of a mathematician and dreamer. They are introduced, and Bonaparte keeps them waiting. At last he appears,...that this little devil of a general has inspired him vvith awe: he cannot understand the ascendency by which from the very first he has felt himself overwhelmed."...
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