Napoleon Series Archive 2006

Re: Bernadotte not a traitor!

Steve,

Of course Bernadotte wasn't a traitor. He received Letters Patent from Napoleon in 1810, which released him from the obligations of French nationality and he became a Swede. It is also overlooked that Napoleon's invasion of Swedish Pomerania in January 1812 was what drew Sweden into the coalition. Ironically it was Davout who commanded the invading French troops.

JC

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