TO KIDNAP A POPE: Napoleon and Pius VII
A thrilling account of the struggle for supremacy between two great individuals--Napoleon Bonaparte and Pope Pius VII--that sheds new light on the conflict that would shape relations between the Catholic Church and the modern state for centuries to come. Illustrated, some in color.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 4769198
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