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  1. When Napoleon III's only son, the Prince Imperial Louis Napoléon, died in 1879, his will purported to exclude his cousin and genealogical heir, Prince Napoléon Joseph, from headship of the deposed dynasty due to political differences, in favor of his elder son, Prince Victor Napoléon.

  2. Prince Napoléon Joseph Charles Paul Bonaparte (9 September 1822 – 17 March 1891), usually called Napoléon-Jérôme Bonaparte or Jérôme Bonaparte, was the second son of Jérôme, King of Westphalia, youngest brother of Napoleon I, and his second wife Catharina of Württemberg.

  3. 19 de fev. de 2020 · The following 10 files are in this category, out of 10 total. Bonapart Louis-1864.jpg 900 × 1,469; 176 KB. Atelier Nadar - Napoléon Bonaparte (gen. Prinz Jérôme) (1822-1891), mit seinen Söhnen Napoléon Victor (1862-1926), und Napoléon Louis (1864-1932) (Zeno Fotografie).jpg 776 × 881; 54 KB.

  4. Louis, Prince Napoléon (Louis Jérôme Victor Emmanuel Léopold Marie; 23 January 1914 – 3 May 1997) was a member of the Bonaparte dynasty. He was the pretender to the Imperial throne of France, as Napoléon VI, from 3 May 1926 until his death on 3 May 1997.

  5. Jean-Christophe, Prince Napoléon, Prince of Montfort (born Jean-Christophe Louis Ferdinand Albéric Napoléon Bonaparte; 11 July 1986, France) is the disputed head of the Imperial House of France, and as such the heir of Napoleon Bonaparte, the first Emperor of the French. He would be known as Napoleon VII.

  6. Napoléon-Joseph-Charles-Paul Bonaparte (1822-91) was the son of Jérôme Bonaparte, the youngest brother of Napoléon I, and thus a nephew of the emperor. He participated in French politics both as an elected official in the republican order and as a member of a family with claims to the French throne.

  7. 18 de abr. de 2024 · With Napoleons second abdication, Jérôme left France, spending most of the years of his exile in Italy. He returned to France in 1847, and, after the rise of his nephew Louis-Napoléon (as Napoleon III), he became, successively, governor of the Invalides, marshal of France, and president of the Senate.