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NAPOLÉON-LOUIS BONAPARTE—Louis II—Nephew of Napoleon I

According to studies by Gèrard Lucotte and his coauthors based on DNA research since 2011, Napoleon Bonaparte belonged to Y-DNA haplogroup E1b1b1c1* (E-M34*) This haplogroup, rare in Europe, has its highest concentration in Ethiopia and Somalia… “The said NAPOLEON BONAPARTE, alias Jaffa Bonaparte, alias Opium Bonaparte, alias Whitworth Bonaparte, alias Acre Bonaparte, is a Corsican by birth, about five feet four inches in height, of a SWARTHY BLACK complexion”

SOURCE; (Harold Felix Baker Wheeler, Alexander Meyrick Broadley; ‘Napoleon and the Invasion of England: The Story of the Great Terror · Volume 2’; 1908) The word Swarthy or Swart derives from ‘Schwarz’ or ‘Schwartz’ which means “to be black; black man, and negro SOURCE;

(Flügel-Schmidt-Tanger, a Dictionary of the English and German Languages for Home and School; 1905) Napoléon-Louis Bonaparte was King of Holland for less than two weeks in July 1810 as Louis II… He was a son of Louis Bonaparte (King Louis I) and Queen Hortense… His father was the younger brother of Napoleon I of France who ruled the Napoleonic Kingdom of Holland from 1806 to 1810… His younger brother, Louis-Napoléon, became Emperor of the French in 1852 as Napoleon III…













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