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Choose from 9 pictures in our Alessandria collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


The Seige of Alessandria Begins, from L'Idea di un Principe ed Eroe Cristiano in
The Seige of Alessandria Begins, from L'Idea di un Principe ed Eroe Cristiano in
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Convention after the Battle of Marengo, Italy, 15th June 1800 (1882-1884)
Convention after the Battle of Marengo, Italy, 15th June 1800 (1882-1884)
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The return of French troops from Marengo, 1800, c1870-1950. Artist: Ferdinand Sigismund Bac
The return of French troops from Marengo, 1800, c1870-1950. Artist: Ferdinand Sigismund Bac
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Battle of Marengo, 14 June, 1800
Battle of Marengo, 14 June, 1800
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View of the Battle of Marengo at the moment of victory, 1800
View of the Battle of Marengo at the moment of victory, 1800
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Battle of Marengo, 13 June, 1800. Artist: Francois Georgin
Battle of Marengo, 13 June, 1800. Artist: Francois Georgin
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Battle of Marengo, 14 June, 1804
Battle of Marengo, 14 June, 1804
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Bonaparte at the Battle of Marengo, 14 June, 1800
Bonaparte at the Battle of Marengo, 14 June, 1800
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Battle of Marengo, Italy, 14 June 1800
Battle of Marengo, Italy, 14 June 1800
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Battle of Marengo, 14 June, 1800 Featured Image

Battle of Marengo, 14 June, 1800

Battle of Marengo, 14 June, 1800. The supremely talented General Louis Desaix had heard the cannons firing and had turned around his divisions and marched to the sound of the guns. Arriving back at the field of Marengo he approached Bonaparte and said that while the battle was lost, there was still time to win another. Launching a counterattack closely supported by a wedge of cannon, Desaix's men threw themselves at the Austrians.The assault cost Desaix his life, but won the day against the Austrians who broke and fled leaving behind 14, 000 casualties. The French suffered 7000

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