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Napoleon once said "The word impossible is written in the dictionary of fools". Justify this statement with reference to the life of Napoleon

Napoleon once said "The word impossible is written in the dictionary of fools". Justify this statement with reference to the life of Napoleon

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Well, Napoleon's invasion of Russia was foolish and impossible for him. He was a victim of his own arrogance of power. But he was darned good at mathematics, and that's what helped him up the ladder of military advancement. A brilliant leader whose folly accounted for MUCH destruction of human life, all for the pursuit of 'glory.'