Marshal Ney

Marshal Ney

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Caption: Michel Ney ( 1769 - 1815 ) Prince of Moskwa. French Napoleonic General and Marshal. Known as the Bravest of the Brave. After fighting for Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo he was condemned for high treason and shot by firing squad. Image taken from Trial of Marshal Ney for high treason taken in short-hand at the time of trial. Originally published in E. Cox & Son London 1816. Author Michel Ney, Illustrated by J Kennerly.

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