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-In Paris, the famous pro-Napoleonic playwright, Victor Hugo produced a counter leaflet to Frederick Wagner’s Rise and Fall of the Teutonic People, this one from the French perspective. Looking to impress the Empress and the Napoleonic court, Hugo wrote his leaflet as a raise of France and her culture, culminating in the rise of Napoleon, the great champion of French culture against German barbarism. Using much of the terminology used in Wagner’s work, Hugo presented the ‘Latinos’ as being the bringers of culture in all Europe, only to be dragged down by the Teutonic Race who also tried to stop the spread of culture to the Slavic peoples, only for them to overcome this difficulty by creating their own culture, superior to the Germanic one despite the difficulties against it (A nod to the Polish Empress).+In Paris, the famous pro-Napoleonic playwright, Victor Hugo produced a counter leaflet to Frederick Wagner’s ​//Rise and Fall of the Teutonic People//, this one from the French perspective. Looking to impress the Empress and the Napoleonic court, Hugo wrote his leaflet as a raise of France and her culture, culminating in the rise of Napoleon, the great champion of French culture against German barbarism. Using much of the terminology used in Wagner’s work, Hugo presented the ‘Latinos’ as being the bringers of culture in all Europe, only to be dragged down by the Teutonic Race who also tried to stop the spread of culture to the Slavic peoples, only for them to overcome this difficulty by creating their own culture, superior to the Germanic one despite the difficulties against it (A nod to the Polish Empress).
  
-The success of Hugo’s pamphlet, The Rise and Rise of the Latino People, was greeted with great sales and reading in France, Italy and Poland. It was also a great joy for the Empress to read and she subsequently made sure her son, Napoleon III read it, wanting him to be a good friend to Poland and Slavs in general. As the War of Tribulation would show, it would be a catastrophic mistake.+The success of Hugo’s pamphlet, ​//The Rise and Rise of the Latino People//, was greeted with great sales and reading in France, Italy and Poland. It was also a great joy for the Empress to read and she subsequently made sure her son, Napoleon III read it, wanting him to be a good friend to Poland and Slavs in general. As the War of Tribulation would show, it would be a catastrophic mistake.
  
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