'Moreau and His Chief of Staff, Major Dessoles', 1800, (1876), (1896). The Battle of Hohenlinden, (Germany), 3 December 1800: the French army under Jean Victor Marie Moreau won a decisive victory over the Austrians and Bavarians led by Archduke John of Austria. Typogravure after the painting, 'Group of Cavalry in the Snow: Moreau and Dessoles before Hohenlinden', 1876, by Meissonier. From Life of Napoleon Bonaparte, Volume II, by William Milligan Sloane. [The Century Co., Macmillan & Co., Limited, New York & London, 1896]
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