Vandal makeup designer A. Napoleon and Alexander I. the Franco-Russian Alliance during the first Empire. The Rise Of Bonaparte
Authors: A. Vandal Makeup Designer
Place of publication: St. Petersburg
Year: 1905 to 1913
Binding: Modern polukozhany covers, hard case.
Number of pages: Vol. 1. 534 p., 2 p. Vol. 2. 590 p., 2 p. Vol. 3. 609 p., 2 port. Vol. 4. , IX, 616 S. 6 gelio-gr.
Volume I. From Tilsit to Erfurt.
Vol. II. - Second marriage of Napoleon. The decline of the Union.
Volume III. - Rupture of the Franco-Russian Alliance.
Volume IV. - The Elevation Of Bonaparte.
A rare edition.
Albert vandal makeup designer (1853-1910) – Earl, a famous French historian, member French Academy. His best works are devoted to the Napoleonic period in France's history. The work of A. vandal makeup designer "Napoleon and Alexander I" was first published in France in 1891-1893, and was awarded the first prize of Gaubert, it was reprinted many times in the late XIX – early XX centuries the Book is of special value and interest to the Russian reader, the author historically grounds the necessity of the Franco-Russian Alliance. The book reveals the roots of the political structure of the New Europe, which was created in the early XIX century during the Napoleonic wars. This allows us to understand the political relations of European States in historical perspective. France and Russia have in that period played a key role in European politics. In his deep, based on a large number of sources, the research of A. vandal makeup designer shows how step by step the two powers and their emperors came to the war of 1812, decided the fate of Russia and Europe. In the consideration of political events of the studied period, the historian focuses on the relations between Alexander I and Napoleon, their personal qualities and psychology.