Jewish lore contains stories of dead tzaddikim who, when their graves were opened years after their deaths, had not decomposed. (Chabad claims this for at least one of their rebbes, I think the MAHARASH.) This is considered to be a sign that the deceased was a true tzaddik.
As many of you know, Chabad's founder Schneur Zalman of Liadi opposed Napoleon. He ordered several of his followers to spy for the Czar and worked to defeat Napoleon, who was known as the "Armed Soldier of Democracy." It is said that Schneur Zalman feared democracy, believing Judaism would flourish under oppression and tyranny but fail under democracy.
19 years after Napoleon's death on St. Helena, his tomb was opened and the body taken to Paris for reburial. After 19 years in the grave, Napoleon's body showed no sign of decomposition.
Was this a Divine endorsement of democracy?