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Napoleon and St. Helena by
Call Number: Hillman - DC211 .W5513 2008
St Helena is one of the most remote, and yet most famous, islands in the world - it was the final place of exile for Napoleon Bonaparte until his death in 1821. The island remains a place of mystery as a unique colonial survivor, with the island's inhabitants still dependent on the support of the British government.