French General Napoleon Bonaparte: Tri Corn Hat Fashion, Theft After Conquest, Renaming the Louvre Museum, Recycling Symbols From Antiquity, and Bonaparte’s Fascination With Bumble Bees

Napoleon Bonaparte was the first person to wear the tie corn hat differently. Up until Bonaparte, the tri corn hat was always worn in a slim profile with each corner reaching either in front of behind the wearer. Bonaparte however decided to rotate the hat 90 degrees and wear it with each corner reaching out to each of his sides giving it a wider, grander profile. Bonaparte looted art and pieces of antiquity wherever he conquered with Venice, Italy famously losing their most prized possessions, ...

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