Abdication of Napoleon
Napoleon after his Abdication in Fontainebleau March 31st 1814 by Paul Delaroche) Weight: 1.5 Kg
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Throughout 1813 and into 1814 the pressure grew on Napoleon; not only were his enemies grinding his forces down and approaching Paris, but the British had fought out of Spain and into France, the Grande Armée's Marshalls were underperforming and Bonaparte had lost the French public's support.
Nevertheless, for the first half of 1814 Napoleon exhibited the military genius of his youth, but it was a war he couldn't win alone.
On March 30th, 1814, Paris surrendered to allied forces without a fight and, facing massive betrayal and impossible military odds,
Napoleon abdicated as Emperor of France; he was exiled to the Island of Elba.
By: Paul Delaroche (1797 - 1856)
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Location: Musee de l'Armee, Paris, France
- Availability :available on 5 weeks
- Pewter figurines by theme :Napoleon
- Size :H: 17 cm L: 21 cm l: 16 cm Poids: 1.5 kg
- Type de figurine :Figurine en etain
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