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Publication of the General Correspondence of Napoleon Bonaparte

Volume Editors

Thierry Lentz

Editor of volumes 1, 2, 3 and 12.

Thierry Lentz holds a Diploma in Public Law and Political Studies, is director of studies at the University of Paris IV-Sorbonne, and is director of the Fondation Napoléon. He has published numerous books on Napoleonic history, and notably a Nouvelle Histoire de l’Empire, with Fayard.

Find out more about volume 1, volume 2, volume 3 and volume 12.

François Houdecek

Editor of volume 4.

A specialist in social and military issues, François Houdecek has been publishing manager of the General Correspondence of Napoleon since 2005.

Find out more about volume 4.

Michel Kerautret

Co-editor of volume 5, editor of volumes 6 and 7.

Michel Kerautret is a historian specialising in Germany and international relations during the Napoleonic Era, and his most notable publications include Histoire de la Prusse (Seuil, 2005) and a compendium of Traités du Consulat et de l'Empire (3 volumes, Nouveau Monde, 2002-2004).

Gabriel Madec

Co-editor of volume 5, editor of volume 8. He also worked on the annotation and indexing of volumes 1 to 4.

This retired Lieutenant-colonel in the French Cavalry, a specialist in the history of the Egyptian Campaign, Napoleonic Wars and military history in general, has been involved with the Correspondence project since its very first day.

Patrice Guenniffey

Editor of volume 9.

Historian of the French Revolution. Patrice Gueniffey, director of studies at the Raymond Aron political research centre at EHESS*, is preparing a biography of Napoleon as well as a study of the coup d’état of the 18 Brumaire.

* Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, the French national graduate school for social sciences

Annie Jourdan

Editor of volume 10.

Author of several studies on Napoleon (Mythes et légendes de Napoléon, Privat 2004) and the French Revolution (La Révolution une exception française, Flammarion, 2004), Annie Jourdan specialises in The Netherlands during the French Empire. She is a professor at the University of Amsterdam.

Jacques Jourquin

Editor of volume 11.

Jacques Jourquin was for many years director of the “Bibliothèque napoléonienne” collection published by Tallandier, then editor of the review “Souvenir Napoléonien”. He is the author of very many articles and publications on the French Empire. He has a passion for the adventures of individuals and has published numerous memoirs, notably L’aventure du retour des cendres du Mameluck Ali (Tallandier, 2003) and Souvenirs d’une courtisane de la Grande Armée, about Ida Saint Elme (Tallandier, 2005).

AndrÉ Palluel Guillard

Editor of volume 12

Honorary Professor at the University of Savoy (retired), specialising in the history of contemporary Savoy during the Napoleonic period, about which he has published a history (L’aigle et la croix, Cabédita, 1999). He is an active member of the editorial team of the Revue de l’Institut Napoléon (Journal of the Napoleon Institute).



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