You Are There – Napoleon Captured And Exiled. 481114 The mighty Napoleon is held captive abourd a Brittish Warship, just after Waterloo.
The mighty war eagle has been caged with beak, wings, and talons clipped, but now what will the Brittish do with him to keep him out of their hair? The naval vessel where he is held captive draws the attention of all the world powers. It is reported that Napoleon had surrendered, and has been given grand treatment from the ship captain. After the press conference with the ship captain, reporters speculate, and make commentary.
Switch to a remote in Paris to interview political counterparts to Napoleon. A glimpse of Napoleons heavy handed style of leadership is revealed. The remote radio hook up changes to demonstrate a minor uprising from the commonfolk. A vallet of the Emporer is interviewed to get an insider’s view of Napoleon’s private life. His impetuous nature, restlessness, and other habits.
Meanwhile, if the moods of the French are varied between regret, and rejoicing over the emporerers defeat, the remote reporters in England display a consistent festive atmospere. As the remotes move around the attitudes of various political factions are reported. Even Napoleon is briefly interviewed to get his feelings.
Finally, the verdict is given of what to do with him. He is to be exiled on St Helena Island, and new age for France begins.