Napoleon Bonaparte and his epoch
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Maria Luisa

Maria Luisa (1791—1847)

A pleasant and loving Austrian princess, Marie-Louise was 19 when she married Napoleon Bonaparte. It must have been strange, at first, for Marie-Louise to be in France. Her father was Francis I of Austria and her great aunt, Marie-Antoinette, had been executed during the Revolution. The marriage, which started off as a political necessity binding her father's Austria and France more closely, appeared to be a contented one for both Bonaparte and his young bride. They had a son, Francois, the King of Rome, who, after Bonaparte's first abdication, went to Vienna to live with his mother. Given Italian lands by her family, the now Duchess of Parma married twice after Bonaparte's death.

Ajman, 1971, Marie-Louise and the King of Rome

Central African Republic, 1969, Marriage of Napoleon and Marie-Louise

Chad, 1970, Marriage of Napoleon and Marie-Louise

Chad, 1971, Napoleon after return from Elba

Equatorial Guinea, 1977, Marriage of Napoleon and Marie-Louise

Fujeira, 1972, Marriage of Napoleon and Marie-Louise

Fujeira, 1972, Marie-Louise

Korea Nord, 1984, Marie-Louise

Manama, 1970, Marriage of Napoleon and Marie-Louise

Paraguay, 1971, Marie-Louise

Paraguay, 1972, Napoleon and Maria-Louisa in Anvers

Ras al-Khaima, 1970, Marie-Louise

Ras al-Khaima, 1970, Arrival of Marie-Louise in Compaigne

Ras al-Khaima, 1970, Arrival Napoleon and Marie-Louise in Tuileries

Sharjah, 1972, Marie-Louise


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