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Drawings; Comtesse De La Rochefoucauld And Comtesse De La Valette, Ladies-In-Waiting.

Drawings; Comtesse De La Rochefoucauld And Comtesse De La Valette, Ladies-In-Waiting.

Chateau de Malmaison—Napoleon and Josephine Bonaparte's Private Estate Photos | Architectural Digest

Tour Napoléon and Josephine Bonaparte’s Preserved Private Estate Near Paris

Chateau de Malmaison—Napoleon and Josephine Bonaparte's Private Estate Photos | Architectural Digest

Empress Josephine Cameo Tiara (now in Swedish royal family) Worn by Crown Princess Victoria at her marriage to Daniel Westling.

Empress Josephine Cameo Tiara (now in Swedish royal family) Worn by Crown Princess Victoria at her marriage to Daniel Westling.

CHINARD, Joseph Bust of Empress Josephine 1805-06 Marble, height 67 cm Musée du Château, Malmaison  Source:centuriespast

CHINARD, Joseph Bust of Empress Josephine 1805-06 Marble, height 67 cm Musée du Château, Malmaison Source:centuriespast

Napoleon Bonaparte and Josephine at a garden party in the grounds of the Chateau de Malmaison, France. Published in Bonaparte, by Georges Montorgueil and illustrated by Job (pseudonym of Jacques Marie Gaston Onfroy de Breville), by Boivin & Cie (publisher), Paris, 1908.

Napoleon Bonaparte and Josephine at a garden party in the grounds of the Chateau de Malmaison, France. Published in Bonaparte, by Georges Montorgueil and illustrated by Job (pseudonym of Jacques Marie Gaston Onfroy de Breville), by Boivin & Cie (publisher), Paris, 1908.

Napoleon signed letter to Josephine Bonaparte.  The widow Josephine de Beauharnais was the mistress of several leading French politicians before she met the Little General in 1795. Napoleon soon fell in love with Josephine - who was six years older than him - and in December 1795 wrote: "I awake full of you. Your image and memory of last night's intoxicating pleasures has left no rest to my senses."

Napoleon signed letter to Josephine Bonaparte. The widow Josephine de Beauharnais was the mistress of several leading French politicians before she met the Little General in 1795. Napoleon soon fell in love with Josephine - who was six years older than him - and in December 1795 wrote: "I awake full of you. Your image and memory of last night's intoxicating pleasures has left no rest to my senses."

La romance de Napoleon. A Josehpine. 30th March 1796  "I have not spent a day without loving you; I have not spent a night without clasping you in my arms; I have not drunk a cup of tea without cursing the glory  and ambition which keep me from the heart of my very being. In the midst of my activities, whether at the head of my troops or inspecting the camps, my adorable Josephine stands alone in my heart, she occupies my mind and fills my thoughts...

La romance de Napoleon. A Josehpine. 30th March 1796 "I have not spent a day without loving you; I have not spent a night without clasping you in my arms; I have not drunk a cup of tea without cursing the glory and ambition which keep me from the heart of my very being. In the midst of my activities, whether at the head of my troops or inspecting the camps, my adorable Josephine stands alone in my heart, she occupies my mind and fills my thoughts...

Bitrth place of Josephine de Beauharnais, holds the La Pagerie Museum. (Trois-Ilets, Martinique).

Bitrth place of Josephine de Beauharnais, holds the La Pagerie Museum. (Trois-Ilets, Martinique).

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