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1812 is documentary animation based on Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture telling the story of Napoleon's fatal attempt to invade Russia in 1812.  Created for one of my final year projects at the University of Lincoln in Media Production.

1812 is documentary animation based on Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture telling the story of Napoleon's fatal attempt to invade Russia in 1812. Created for one of my final year projects at the University of Lincoln in Media Production.

War and Peace (DVD)-By 1812, Napoleon's forces controlled much of Europe. Russia, one of the few countries still unconquered, prepares to face Napoleon's troops together with Austria. Among the Russian soldiers are Count Nicholas Rostov and Prince Andrei Bolkonsky. Count Pierre Bezukhov, a friend of Andrei's and self-styled intellectual who is not interested in fighting. Pierre's life changes when his father dies, leaving him a vast inheritance.

War and Peace (DVD)-By 1812, Napoleon's forces controlled much of Europe. Russia, one of the few countries still unconquered, prepares to face Napoleon's troops together with Austria. Among the Russian soldiers are Count Nicholas Rostov and Prince Andrei Bolkonsky. Count Pierre Bezukhov, a friend of Andrei's and self-styled intellectual who is not interested in fighting. Pierre's life changes when his father dies, leaving him a vast inheritance.

BATTLEGROUND 6 NAPOLEON IN RUSSIA +1Clk Windows 10 8 7 Vista XP Install

BATTLEGROUND 6 NAPOLEON IN RUSSIA +1Clk Windows 10 8 7 Vista XP Install

Charles Joseph Minard: Napoleon's Retreat From Moscow (The Russian Campaign 1812-1813) An Interactive Chart

Charles Joseph Minard: Napoleon's Retreat From Moscow (The Russian Campaign 1812-1813) An Interactive Chart

Jacques-Louis David - Napoleon Bonaparte In His Study At The Tuileries Phone Case

Jacques-Louis David - Napoleon Bonaparte In His Study At The Tuileries Phone Case

On September 1, 1814, under the command of Lt. Gen. Sir George Prevost, nearly 15,000 veteran British troops, fresh from victory over Napoleon, crossed the Canadian-American borderthe largest foreign

On September 1, 1814, under the command of Lt. Gen. Sir George Prevost, nearly 15,000 veteran British troops, fresh from victory over Napoleon, crossed the Canadian-American borderthe largest foreign

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