The Knights were conquered by Napoleon and almost co-opted by the Tsar. But they survived

Take a look inside this week’s Catholic Herald

Written by the winners, history has been harsh to the French emperor

Wellington was born in Ireland, once spoke with a thick brogue, and relied on Irish troops and officers to defeat Napoleon. Yet history portrays him as scorning his background

Andrew Roberts’ excellent biography of Napoleon Bonaparte should have been on the outgoing Labour leader’s reading list

A harrowing new biography shows that from the moment Napoleon took power he was obsessed with waging war

Locking up the Pope alienated millions of the faithful and was one of Bonaparte’s most stupid mistakes