When the author was six years old, the French Revolution broke out, and his childhood was spent in the beacon years of the Revolution. When I heard Napoleon's victories on the Italian battlefield in elementary school, I couldn't help but be pleasantly surprised and excited, with blood running high. Despite Napoleon's political upheaval, Stalin locked his hero in Napoleon and regarded him as "the greatest figure in the world after Caesar.". The last sentence of my autobiography written at the age of 54 is: "I have only admired one person in my life: Napoleon.". Praise Napoleon for his strong personality, abundant energy, and daring talent and strategy. He once accompanied Napoleon on his expeditions to the east and battles to the west, entering Milan, Berlin, Vienna, and even Moscow. He saw Napoleon from various periods and personally practiced the epic of Napoleon.