Bo O. G. Beverborg

Bo O. G. Beverborg

Bo O. G. Beverborg
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September 14, 1812: Napoleon enters Moscow. One week after winning a bloody victory over the Russian army at the Battle of Borodino, Napoleon Bonaparte’s Grande Armée enters the city of Moscow, only...

September 14, 1812: Napoleon enters Moscow. One week after winning a bloody victory over the Russian army at the Battle of Borodino, Napoleon Bonaparte’s Grande Armée enters the city of Moscow, only...

Triumph of Napoleon at Austerlitz

Triumph of Napoleon at Austerlitz

Napoleon Bonaparte auf Elba

Napoleon Bonaparte auf Elba

Quietening the mind... Yoga.

Quietening the mind... Yoga.

Portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte - When Napoleon sold Louisiana back in the day, it stretched from Mexico to Canada. Price - $15,000,000 Napoleon was later defeated by a self educated slave Toussaint L'Ouverture.

Portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte - When Napoleon sold Louisiana back in the day, it stretched from Mexico to Canada. Price - $15,000,000 Napoleon was later defeated by a self educated slave Toussaint L'Ouverture.

...especially if she's the emperor with new clothes + you are the only one who seems to see it

...especially if she's the emperor with new clothes + you are the only one who seems to see it

Napoleon is often represented in his green colonel uniform of the Chasseur à Cheval of the Imperial Guard, the regiment that often served as his personal escort, with a large bicorne and a hand-in-waistcoat gesture —a reference to the painting produced in 1812 by Jacques-Louis David. During the Napoleonic Wars he was taken seriously by the British press as a dangerous tyrant, poised to invade. He was often referred to by the British as Bon

Napoleon is often represented in his green colonel uniform of the Chasseur à Cheval of the Imperial Guard, the regiment that often served as his personal escort, with a large bicorne and a hand-in-waistcoat gesture —a reference to the painting produced in 1812 by Jacques-Louis David. During the Napoleonic Wars he was taken seriously by the British press as a dangerous tyrant, poised to invade. He was often referred to by the British as Bon

❤ - Napoleon I on his Imperial Throne, by Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, 1806

❤ - Napoleon I on his Imperial Throne, by Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, 1806

Napoleon at the Battle of Friedland

Napoleon at the Battle of Friedland

Napoleon's tomb, Les Invalides, Paris, France

Napoleon's tomb, Les Invalides, Paris, France