Napoleon - An Intimate Portrait


Surrender of the City of Ulm

Surrender of the City of Ulm

Carle Vernet - c. 1806-17

On October 20,1805, the Austrian forces, forming part of the Third Coalition with England, Naples and Russia, surrendered to Napolon. He took 33,000 prisoners and captured 60 cannons and 40 flags. A month later, Napolon entered Vienna, without opposition or fanfare. His resounding defeat of the Russian army at Austerlitz on December 2, 1805, spelled the end of the coalition.

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1912 Imperial Russia NAPOLEON WAR BORODINO BATTLE Russian TIN BOX picture

1912 Imperial Russia NAPOLEON WAR BORODINO BATTLE Russian TIN BOX

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NAPOLEON Ataman Platov Cossacks BORODINO. Tsarist Russia postcard stamp 1913🐎 picture

NAPOLEON Ataman Platov Cossacks BORODINO. Tsarist Russia postcard stamp 1913🐎

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Borodino Napoleon Church With traces battle. Old Russian KAMPEL postcard 1913s⛪ picture

Borodino Napoleon Church With traces battle. Old Russian KAMPEL postcard 1913s⛪

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Battle of Borodino NAPOLEON war. Corpses death. Tsarist Russia postcard 1909s🐎 picture

Battle of Borodino NAPOLEON war. Corpses death. Tsarist Russia postcard 1909s🐎

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Vintage Pin Russian Battle of Borodino Memorial Monument Commemorative  picture

Vintage Pin Russian Battle of Borodino Memorial Monument Commemorative

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USSR Moscow Museum of the Borodino Battle Panorama 1973 16 photo postcards Old picture

USSR Moscow Museum of the Borodino Battle Panorama 1973 16 photo postcards Old

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