Alexandre Dumas

Guiseppe Garibaldi (1807-1882)

Comte de Paris

George Sand

Pius IX 

Elizabeth, Austria Princess

Napoleon I Tomb

Louis XVIII

Lafayette

Lafayette and George Washington at Mt. Vernon

Napoleon III

Joinville, prince

The famous “Sissi,” Empress of Austria, married in 1854 to Franz Joseph I, Emperor of the Austro-Hungarian Empire from 1849 to 1916. A legendary beauty, she is tragically assassinated by an Italian anarchist in 1896 while traveling in Geneva.

Napoleon III

Francois Guizot

French revolution soldiers marching

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Bismark

Napoleon I

Montesquieu

Bastille

French Revolution prisoners

Lajos Kossuth (1802-1894)

Metternich

Napoleon I in uniform

Marquis de Lafayette

Napoleon III

General Charles-Joseph Randon de Malboissière de Pully

Charles V – Holy Roman Emperor 

Samuel Taylor Coleridge

1772-1834)

Helmuth von Moltke (1800-1891)

Louis XVI

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Hungary

Montesquieu, 17th century French philosopher whose concept of “separation of powers” in governments particularly influenced James Madison

Place de la Concorde

Holy Roman Empire - Others

Karl Marx (stateless)

Napoleon I

Franz Joseph (1830-196)

French revolution-band of men

“Roll Call of the Prisoners of Terror” in the Conciergerie prison in Paris during the French Revolution in painting by Jean-Pierre Granger.

Ferdinand De Lessups (Suez Canal)

Napoleon I

Catholic Pope from 1846-78, through-out the US Civil War. Leans toward the CSA but never formally backs it.

Marie Antoinette

Duc de Chartres

Victor Hugo

Conservative Foreign Minister and Chancellor of the Austrian Empire from 1809 to 1848 for absolute monarch and keeping the balance of power in Europe. Driven out in 1848 uprisings.

Frederick the Great

Talleyrand

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