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Napoleon was the leader of an empire after the French Revolution, and was later exiled to St. Helena.

His spymaster, Fouché, was called "one of the greatest intelligence officers of all time" by Cabot Huntingdon Wright. Wright owned Fouché's letter opener, and showed it to Jack Bauer. (Head Shot)

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  • Napoleon Bonaparte was the Emperor of France from 1804 to 1815. His reign saw a domination of western Europe through a series of armed conflicts known as the Napoleonic Wars. He was ultimately defeated in 1815 and exiled to the island of Saint Helena, where he died seven years later.

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