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The Crimean War 1854-56 (historical overview, plus articles on battles) (Alex's Military History)
1755: The French and Indian War Page (tables, links, and more) (Larry Roux, Syracuse U.)
Francis Parkman Count Frontenac and New France Under Louis XIV (1877) (analysis of military conflicts in North America in the 1690s) (Project Gutenberg, U. Pennsylvania)
Napoleon And The Revolutionary Wars
Napoleon Page (in French and English) (Information Resource Centre, Canadian Forces C.)
Napoleon-Series (numerous articles focused on military history) (Robert Burnham)
Napoleon's Invasion of Russia (brief essay) (interKnowledge.corp)
Napoleon Site (in French and English) (The Napoleon Foundation)
The Napoleon Series (organization homepage, with links to articles on Napoleon and his era)
The Peninsular War and the Constitution of 1812 (background on the Spanish uprising against Napoleonic France) (Spanish Embassy)
Waterloo on the Net (includes historical information, a panoramic painting by Douis Dumoulin, and a short film by Russia's Bondartchouk; in French, English, Dutch, German) (Braine-l'Alleud)
Paris Maps (18th- and 19th-century maps) (Barry Bergdoll, Columbia U.)
The Paris Commune Archive (Dana Ward, Pitzer C.)
The Paris Commune 1871: Lessons for Democracy ("an account of an experiment in popular power, with many links to web sites, recommended reading, bookshops, also selections from contemporary memoirs now translated into English for the first time") (Val Secretan)
French Revolution
General Resources
British Newspaper Coverage of the French Revolution (a small archive of articles from the London Times and Morning Chronicle of 1792-93 designed to assist in study of Romanticism and the Revolution; also includes William Wordsworth's Salisbury Plain and an excerpt from Thomas Carlyle's French Revolution) (Alan Liu, U. California, Santa Barbara)
French Revolution Home Page (AgentMess@aol.com)
French Revolutionary Pamphlets (Mark Olsen, U. Chicago/ARTFL)
The Guillotine Headquarters (Jørn Fabricius)
Révolution française et 'vandalisme révolutionnaire' (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford U.)
Revolution and After: Tragedies and Farces (resources on the French Revolution) (Richard Hooker, Washington State U.)
Image Resources
The Image of France (key-word indexing of the record of prints--engravings, lithographs, woodcuts, etc.--published in Paris in the Bibliographie de la France for 1811-17) (George D. Mckee, Binghamton U./ARTFL)
Marquis Collection of French Revolution Prints, 1777-1879 (text-file catalogue)
Materials From "Age Of Enlightenment In The Paintings Of France's National Museums" (Virtual Exhibit Of Images With Historical Background)
Anonymous, French School, Screen of the Independence (gif of painting executed c. 1781-89; includes depictions of La Fayette, Washington, Louis XVI, Marie-Antoinette, Franklin)
Jacques-Louis David, The Oath of the Horatii (gif of David's 1785 painting)
Antoine-Jean Gros, General Bonaparte at the Bridge of Arcola (gif of painting executed in 1796 and exhibited at the 1801 Salon)
Gros Antoine-Jean Baron (Napoleon's official war painter; trained by David)
Jacques-Louis David (brief info on the Napoleonic-era artist)
Pierre-Paul Prud'hon (brief info about the French-Revolutionary and Napoleonic painter)
Pierre-Paul Prud'hon, Portrait of Sant-Just (gif of 1793 painting)
The Reign of Louis XVI (1774-1791) (background info with links to paintings from the era)
The Revolution (1789-1799) (background info with links to paintings of the era)
Elisabeth Louise Vigée-Le Brun, Marie-Antoinette of Austria, Queen of France (gif of painting exhibited at the 1785 Salon by Vigée-Lebrun, popular French woman painter and friend of the Queen; reputed to have painted Marie-Antoinette 25 times)
Pierre Alexandre Wille, French Patriotism, or The Departure (gif of 1785 paitning by Greuze's pupil; the sculpted bust to which the father points represents Louis XVI)

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