Napoleon Bonaparte, Military
Title: Napoleon Bonaparte,
Creator: Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821
Quantity: 2 items
Collection Number: MS 0119
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Napoleon Bonaparte served as a general during the French Revolution and became
Emperor of France and King of Italy as Napoleon I.
Scope and Content:
There are two military letters that outline requests for promotion and sick leave.
Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821
Joseph Bonaparte, King of Spain, 1768-1844
Berthier, Louis-Alexandre, 1753-1815
Box 1. Folder 1. Military letters, 1798, 1810Item 1. Letter, 1798, July 31
A letter from the General of the Division Bons of the Army of the Orient
requesting that Captain Charbond be promoted to the rank of Battalion
Chief for his exemplary service in the Battle of the Pyramids in Egypt.
Napoleon granted the request on 31 July 1798, with his full signature.
Item 2. Letter, 1810, July 3
A letter from Marshal Louis Alexandre Berthier (1753-1815) the Prince of
Wagram and Neufchâtel, Switzerland, to Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of
the French and King of Italy, requesting a three-month sick leave for
Lt. Koch in the Spanish Army. Napoleon granted the request on 3 July
1810 by signing his initials "NB."