The End of the Inquisition
Humanity was delivered from the “holy Inquisition” by the great emancipator Napoleon Bonaparte.
He abolished it in France first, then in Spain and other Western and Central European countries, after which he set out to deliver Russia from this evil (more details on this will be provided in the following chapters). But the Russian forces routed his army, which was not prepared for military operations in the severe conditions of Russian winter.
And the Inquisition was again restored almost everywhere for some time.
However, its positions were undermined by Napoleon’s activity; people had breathed the “air of freedom”, and soon the Inquisition was abolished completely [38 and others].