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    Default napoleon's polish son

    whatever happened to the kid? did he reproduce? are there descendants of napoleon in poland today?

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    Crusading historian Member cegorach's Avatar
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    [QUOTE=nokhor]whatever happened to the kid?

    I cannot answer all of your questions, but I can give some information nonetheless.

    Aleksander Walewski ( surname after his mother Walewska) fought in the November Uprising 1830-31 ( was fighting in the battle of Grochow for example),after its fall he emigrated to France where he was the minister of foreign affairs during the reign of Napoleon III.

    About the rest I can't tell you anything - I am really cut from polish sources here in the UK and have no time to search the web at this moment.

    Regards Cegorach

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    Urwendur Ūrībźl Senior Member Mouzafphaerre's Avatar
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