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Napoleão Bonaparte com a "mão invisível", "mão oculta"

Napoleão Bonaparte com a "mão invisível", "mão oculta"

Napoleão Bonaparte

Napoleão Bonaparte

Napoleão Bonaparte

Napoleão Bonaparte

Andrea Appiani: Portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte as President of the Italian Republic. 1803.

Andrea Appiani: Portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte as President of the Italian Republic. 1803.

Napoleão Bonaparte

Napoleão Bonaparte

Charles Louis Corbet (1758-1808) - Portrait Bust of General Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821). Plaster. Circa 1798. 33".

Charles Louis Corbet (1758-1808) - Portrait Bust of General Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821). Plaster. Circa 1798. 33".

Napoleão Bonaparte. O grande Imperador francês.

Frases de Napoleão Bonaparte

Napoleão Bonaparte. O grande Imperador francês.

Napoleon Bonapartes wife Empress Marie Louise of the French

Napoleon Bonapartes wife Empress Marie Louise of the French

vestido preto bordado dourado

vestido preto bordado dourado

Napoléon II, was the son of Napoleon I and his second wife, Marie Louise of Austria. He was widely known in France as "the Eaglet". When his father abdicated on 4 April 1814, he named his son Emperor, but the coalition partners that had defeated Napoleon refused to acknowledge his son as successor, so he was forced to abdicate unconditionally a week later. Although he never actually ruled France, he was the titular Emperor and he is still generally referred to by historians as Napoleon II.

Napoléon II, was the son of Napoleon I and his second wife, Marie Louise of Austria. He was widely known in France as "the Eaglet". When his father abdicated on 4 April 1814, he named his son Emperor, but the coalition partners that had defeated Napoleon refused to acknowledge his son as successor, so he was forced to abdicate unconditionally a week later. Although he never actually ruled France, he was the titular Emperor and he is still generally referred to by historians as Napoleon II.

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