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"Napoleon's Obsession: The Quest for Egypt" details the real facts behind a little-known account in Napoleon's illustrious military career. Those who do know of the French leader's invasion of Egypt, and the so-called Battle of the Pyramids, may have fallen victim to one of the best public relations campaigns in history. As we learn in this documentary, hosted by renown Egyptologist Bob Brier, Bonaparte's attempt to conquer Eqypt was nothing short of an exercise in vanity. By 1798, General Bonaparte was looking for new military challenges after conquering Europe. He turned his sights on the historical and symbolic wealth of Egypt and The East. Economical with everything except the lives of his men, Bonaparte was ill prepared for this invasion and marched his troops from Alexandria through 130-degree desert heat in woolen uniforms and with very little water. He had small victories, including a melee against the defending Mamelukes of Cairo, which became know as the Battle of the Pyramids. In reality, it was fought in a melon patch miles from the city. On the whole, the campaign was disastrous; the French Fleet had a nasty encounter with Admiral Nelson, and the troops were stranded in Egypt without reinforcements or supplies. Napoleon's reaction? He commissioned paintings of victories and wrote glowing letters. He even returned to France a hero after sneaking out of Egypt in the middle of the night, leaving his men behind, and not even informing his second in command. Thankfully, Brier reminds us several times throughout the production of the practical contributions Napoleon made from this ill-conceived campaign. To Egypt he brought several artists, scholars and scientists and established the Institut de l'Egypte. Their work and the soldiers' looting led to the discovery of the Rosetta stone and the birth of modern Egyptology. But while these contributions are impressive, Bonaparte's campaign in Egypt included horrible atrocities against Turkish civilians, including the rape and slaughter of women and children in Jaffa, making Brier's awe of Bonaparte's legend almost comically ironic in retrospect. Still, it is Brier's enthusiasm that brings to life the many illustrations, some by Institut de l'Egypte's own Vivant Denon, which are combined with stunning footage of the Egyptian and Israeli landscapes. In addition, crisp editing by James Marshall and concise direction by Peter Spry-Leverton make for an informative and handsomely packed hour of entertainment.

Directed and produced by Peter Spry-Leverton
Narrated by Bob Brier
Music by Toby Langton-Gilks
Edited by James Marshall
50 minutes, English and Mandarin Chinese dual audio, 1999


Technical Specs

Video Codec: DivX
Video Bitrate: 1557 Kbps
Video Resolution: 640x382
Video Aspect Ratio: 1.68 / ~5:3
Video Framerate: 29.97
Quality Factor: 0.21 b/px
Audio1: English (subs included separately)
Audio1 Codec: Dolby AC3
Audio1 Bitrate: 256 kb/s @ 48KHz
Audio1 Channels: 2
Audio2: Mandarin Chinese
Audio2 Codec: Dolby AC3
Audio2 Bitrate: 256 kb/s @ 48KHz
Audio2 Channels: 2
Runtime per Part: 50 minutes
Number of Parts: 1
Part Size: 746 MB (1/6 DVDR)
Ripped by: PolarBear


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An excellent version of this documentary is currently available on ed2k:
ed2k://|file|Discovery.Napoleons.Obsession.The.Quest.for.Egypt.XviD.LYmdG.avi|734257152|A2B940711DCBE11C1D35F07DA8698630|/


Subtitles
http://forums.mvgroup.org/index.php?showtopic=24567

[color=red]ENGLISH SUBTITLES[/color]
[color=red]CHINESE SUBTITLES[/color]


Extra Information
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Napoleon_I_of_France
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Description_de_l'Egypte_(1809)


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