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Charles, Count Léon

Charles, Count Léon 1806–1881 age 75 He was another illegitimate son of Emperor Napoleon I of France and Louise Catherine Eléonore Denuelle de la Plaigne (1787–1868). He was the half brother of Alexandre Colonna-Walewski and Napoleon’s legitimate son, Napoleon II, … Continue reading

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Napoléon I

For those who are interested in the complex genealogy, and of course, the male lineage of the Bonaparte’s succession up to today’s dispute that Napoléon I established. Although officially recognized as heir apparent to the Bonapartist claim during the lifetime … Continue reading

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The Tragic Life and End of a Little Black Woman “Marie-Josèphe-Angélique” As the story goes without any solid evidence this is an abstract of what took place. Marie-Joseph Angélique was the black slave of a rich widow in Montreal. According … Continue reading

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AI Experiment and innovate segment (4)

AI Experiment and innovate segment (4) Financial services firms have been given permission to experiment, and we recommend that they do it. AI technologies, including machine learning, are mature enough to be applied today to some of the most pressing … Continue reading

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