De Nocte Navy Bibliography translates to “Navy of the Nocturnal”. The famous Italian writer, Niccolo Coppini wrote the book in 1835. This was the first biography of a naval officer and served as the model for several later biographies. A lot of research went into this book and it is definitely worth reading for any navy enthusiast.
The main subject of the Deepti Naval Bibliographies is Niccolo Coppini. His life was full of twists and turns. He was born in Italy but lived and died in exile in Turin, Italy. When he was younger, his parents died and he was abandoned by his father. He was taken in by aristocratic families in his hometown and spent the next several years traveling throughout Europe and studying culture and history.
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As a young man, he decided to pursue his educational dreams and so enrolled in the University of Padua, where he earned a degree in philosophy. From there, he traveled the world, participating in both political and military affairs. Eventually, he ended up working for the French government in the finance department. During this time, he also managed to get the job of admiral. Although this may seem to be a high position in the Navy, it was quite low in rank, which made it difficult for him to get promotions or pay raises.
Eventually, his luck changed when he became very good at his job and rose to become a Rear Admiral. In 1855, he was given the command of the Italian navy and spent the next three years touring different ports all over Europe. It was here that he would come into contact with the writings of such authors as Napoleon Bonaparte and Alexander Smith. Coppini wrote these books and he used them as the main source material for his book. These books provided the blueprint for many of the things that would be written about in the future biographies of these great men. In his own way, Coppini ended up making some of the most influential military leaders of the 19th century.
Unfortunately, however, this famous admiral soon fell ill and missed the last part of his appointment as emperor of Italy. Some of his closest officers tried to fill in the void, but they were not considered credible. This, of course, spelled disaster for Napoleon. The biographer of this important man, Ludovico Coppini, was called upon to compose an account of the events that had occurred leading up to this event.
When he finished writing, the biographer of Coppini turned his masterpiece into a book entitled Memoirs of a Venetian Cardinal. Although it is not as successful as the first, or even second, volume of his Memoirs, it is by far the best of the series. Coppini is known for his detailed, yet simple style of writing. This has led biographers to consider him as a great writer and admirer of intelligence. If you have the opportunity, I highly recommend this to anyone who doesn’t know much about this intriguing man.