French Artillery at the Battle of Lodi

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Harrison W. Mark
by Felicien de Myrbach-Rheinfeld
published on 27 April 2023
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At the Battle of Lodi, 24 French cannons were placed along the west bank of the Adda River to bombard the Austrian positions across the river. Image by Felicien de Myrbach-Rheinfeld, in Life of Napoleon Bonaparte by William M. Sloane. New York: Century, vol. 1; 1906.

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