Surcouf (3e et dern chap), Le Lettre à Bonaparte, No. 5

Title: Surcouf (3e et dern chap), Le Lettre à Bonaparte, No. 5
Translated Title: 
Surcouf (3rd and final Chapter), The Letter to Bonaparte, No. 5
Duration: 
02:31
Abstract: 
Surcouf (3rd and Final Chapter), The Letter to Bonaparte, No. 5. The response of the First Consul. "To the Prime Minister of England: I warn you that at this hour, two hundred English citizens are imprisoned in Paris. Their lives depend on the French privateers that you've detained. Bonaparte." The day of the execution … "An order to free Surcouf, and the rest of the French Prisoners. William Pitt." Here is your pardon, as well as the pardon of your friends. - Go quickly, and free your companions; they're scheduled to be executed on this very morning. Long live France! - Stop, here is their pardon! … See the end on Number 6.
Series Title: 
Surcouf
Translated Series Title: 
Surcouf