Napoleon - An Intimate Portrait


“The French Campaign”

“The French Campaign”

Ernest Meissonier - c. 1861

Finally, in 1814, what Napoléon had struggled to avoid for years came to pass—the war came home to France. He tried to rally his troops for a heroic defense of the motherland and won battles at Champaubert, Montmirail and elsewhere, but nearly 20 years of battles had taken their toll. The country desperately wanted peace.

Engraving



Vintage Neon Sign Rath Packing Co. Waterloo IA Safety First Think of Your Family picture

Vintage Neon Sign Rath Packing Co. Waterloo IA Safety First Think of Your Family

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Battle of Waterloo Medal 1815 to 52nd (Oxfordshire) Foot, Surgeon, Died 1819 picture

Battle of Waterloo Medal 1815 to 52nd (Oxfordshire) Foot, Surgeon, Died 1819

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Battle of Waterloo Medal 1815 to 16th Light Dragoons, with papers to Thos Fitton picture

Battle of Waterloo Medal 1815 to 16th Light Dragoons, with papers to Thos Fitton

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Battle of Waterloo Medal 1815 to Royal Horse Artillery,

Battle of Waterloo Medal 1815 to Royal Horse Artillery, "F" Troop

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RARE EARLY NAPOLEONIC WARS MEDAL GERMAN BRUNSWICK MILITARY MERIT 1815 WATERLOO picture

RARE EARLY NAPOLEONIC WARS MEDAL GERMAN BRUNSWICK MILITARY MERIT 1815 WATERLOO

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The Banner Gallery, Mrs. G. M. Bowen, Photographer, Waterloo, Iowa picture

The Banner Gallery, Mrs. G. M. Bowen, Photographer, Waterloo, Iowa

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Images © photo12.com-Pierre-Jean Chalençon
A Traveling Exhibition from Russell Etling Company (c) 2011