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Brothers in arms

Napoléon soldiers transported with « what’s to hand »

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Napoléon, yet very pioneering, has always denigrated military medicine. He said that the war doctors risked on the battlefield " to disturb the movements of his imperial army . » Thus, between 1805 and 1815, one-third of the soldiers of Napoleon died , not by the hands of the enemy , but because of injuries that could not be treated directly . Most of the wounded were left on the battlefield. The minor injuries were transported with « what’s to hand », as shown by Les Etains du Prince.

Baron Pierre -François Percy, witness daily the difficult living conditions during the military campaigns of the Grand Army , convinced Napoleon of the importance of military medicine and transport the wounded. Thus born the Wurst , ancestor of the ambulance, and also a piece of collection of Les Etains du Prince

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  • Pewter figurines by theme :Napoleon
  • Size :Longueur: 15 cm Largeur: 10 cm
  • Type de figurine :Figurine en etain
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