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The French president evokes "the will to give nothing to those who intend to erase the past on the ground that it does not correspond to the idea that they are of the present ".
is under the majestic dépole of the invalids that Wednesday took place the tribute of France to its most famous great man . Napoleon died on May 5, 1821, exiled by the English on the island of St. Hélène.
But wanting to cut short to the controversies that mark the celebrations of this bicentenary, Emmanuel Macron said not want to "judge the past with the laws of the present".
... The desire to give nothing to those who intend to erase the past on the ground that it does not correspond to the idea they are made.
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"The real conquests, he added, those who do not give any regret, are the ones we do on ignorance. If I quote these words, it's not just because that they were written by Napoleon Bonaparte, but because they describe somehow what brings us under this cupola. The fight against ignorance, the love of knowledge and history, and the will of nothing To give in to those who intend to erase the past on the ground that it does not correspond to the idea they are made of the present ".
a military strategist, a builder and a legislator, or a t-at unscrupulous war and slavery defender? The French President did not seem clearly to choose.
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