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Anonimo, la gran cassa europea (disegno satirico dell'epoca)

Anonimo, la gran cassa europea (disegno satirico dell'epoca)

"The Little Cartesian Devil": German Peasants Capturing the Little Devil Napoleon

"The Little Cartesian Devil": German Peasants Capturing the Little Devil Napoleon

The Dunghill Cock and Game Pullet or Boney Beat out of the Pitt, published by Thomas Tegg, April 27, 1810

The Dunghill Cock and Game Pullet or Boney Beat out of the Pitt, published by Thomas Tegg, April 27, 1810

Bony At A Stand, Or The Corsican Tyrant Stagger'd ... : J.T.Mitchell

Bony At A Stand, Or The Corsican Tyrant Stagger'd ... : J.T.Mitchell

British Museum - Image gallery: Le départ et le retour.   Satire on the fall of Napoleon: Louis XVIII walks forward holding a spray of lilies while Napoleon behind, clutching vipers in his hands, falls as his stilts break under him. April 1814 Hand-coloured etching

British Museum - Image gallery: Le départ et le retour. Satire on the fall of Napoleon: Louis XVIII walks forward holding a spray of lilies while Napoleon behind, clutching vipers in his hands, falls as his stilts break under him. April 1814 Hand-coloured etching

Anonimo, la pacificazione dell'Europa - (disegno satirico dell'epoca)

Anonimo, la pacificazione dell'Europa - (disegno satirico dell'epoca)

On April 15 1814, John Wallis published this cartoon satirizing Napoleon entitled “The sorrows of Boney, or meditations in the Island of Elba!!!”

April 15 1814: The Sorrows of Boney

On April 15 1814, John Wallis published this cartoon satirizing Napoleon entitled “The sorrows of Boney, or meditations in the Island of Elba!!!”

Anonimo, il corriere della Renania (disegno satirico dell'epoca)

Anonimo, il corriere della Renania (disegno satirico dell'epoca)

Anonimo, soffocamento imperiale  (disegno satirico dell'epoca)

Anonimo, soffocamento imperiale (disegno satirico dell'epoca)

“God be praised! The devil takes him!” The Duke of Wellington, playing with a pair of diavolo sticks, tosses Napoleon into the air, 1815. © The Trustees of the British Museum.

“God be praised! The devil takes him!” The Duke of Wellington, playing with a pair of diavolo sticks, tosses Napoleon into the air, 1815. © The Trustees of the British Museum.

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