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Was Napoleon as short as “common knowledge” states?
I once saw a mention (on cracked.com) that Napoleon, whom pretty much everyone believes was of very short stature, was actually close to average height for his time/demographics, and that the short ...
Nov 6 '12 at 3:13
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