Napoleon managed to convey to many of his contemporaries (and to posterity) the sense that he was in some way superhuman, even divine. How did he do this? He was an arch-propagandist, but propaganda alone would not have sufficed had it not chimed with the profound cultural changes taking place in Europe at the time. Join best-selling author and historian Adam Zamoyski as he explores this question. The lecture will be followed by drinks reception where Adam will sign copies of his recent landmark biography, Napoleon: The Man Behind the Myth.
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|Evening Lecture Gen. Admission||£13|
|Evening Lecture Concession||£11|