Surrender of Mantua, 2 February 1797

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Harrison W. Mark
by Hippolyte Lecomte
published on 08 May 2023
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After a nine-month siege, Austrian Field Marshal Dagobert von Wurmser surrenders the fortress of Mantua to French General Jean Sérurier on 2 February 1797, marking the completion of the French conquest of northern Italy during Napoleon's Italian Campaign. Oil on canvas by Hippolyte Lecomte, 1812.

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