Napoleon Bonaparte is Albanian from Corsica, Peter Schibler suggests

Helvetia for beginners

 The columnist of Swiss media derbund.ch, Peter Schibler, has recently written an article tittled "Helvetia for beginners"  that would help all elementary schoolteachers to learn out more easily the Swiss History.

After he writes about the first mention of the term Helvetia in history (58 BC) and personalities like Angrí Gisáng, later he stops at the conquests of Napoleon Bonaparte.

"Swiss nation (in one sentence): The Swiss nation was founded in 1291 and since 2003 was represented by the Federal Council (Bundesrat). Previously with the Federal Council ruled the old political class (without SVP).

Helvetia for beginners
Before the Albanian from Corsica came, Napoleon Bonaparta, Switzerland was a democracy and did not need a Federal Council, because were the men who decided if next year there would be peace or not," he writes.

Napoleon Bonaparte was one of France's most emblematic emperors who ruled almost all of Europe, reaching Egypt in the early 19th century.

He was born in Corsica (1769), while for his Albanian origins there are many documents./Oculus News

Napoleon Bonaparte is Albanian from Corsica, Peter Schibler suggests Napoleon Bonaparte is Albanian from Corsica, Peter Schibler suggests Sunday, August 06, 2017 Rating: 5
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