Without the Austrian and Saxon rifles, France should have supplied much more. I agree that you have made the 15th of the line leave for mayence. With that, I pray God that he has you in his holy guard.At osterode, March 2, 1807. This letter is written after the battle deylau (February 8, 1807). Napoleon arrives at osterode on February 22 and stays there until April 1 before settling at the castle of Finkenstein. On the following June 14, he signed a brilliant victory at Friedland which led to the interview and the Treaty of Tilsit on June 25, 1807. The item "napoleon / signed letter (1807) / on rifles / battle of eylau / austerlitz" is on sale since Wednesday, April 17, 2019.
It is in the category "books, comics, magazines \ old books, collectibles". The seller is "autograph-historical" and is located in / in paris, ile-de-france. This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.