Paweł Staniszewski

Paweł Staniszewski

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Franz Joseph I, 1848. This rather improbable silhouette became fashionable in the 1830s and lasted until c.1855-60. Some men wore corsets (which looks to be the case here). Winterhalter portraits of the Prince Consort display similar lines.

Emperor Franz Joseph I – This rather improbable silhouette became fashionable in the and lasted until Some men wore corsets (which seems to be the case here); Winterhalter portraits of the Prince Consort display similar trends.

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The Flag of Sacre-Coeur, borne by the Pontifical Zouaves who fought (victoriously) at Patay, had been first placed overnight in St. Martin’s Tomb before being taken into battle on October 9, 1870. The banner read "Heart of Jesus Save France" and on the reverse side Carmelite Nuns of Tours embroidered "Saint Martin Protect France".

On the night of December 1 the Zouaves were ordered to advance to Patay [France], where Joan of Arc had won a renowned victory against the English. [General Louis-Gaston de] Sonis asked [Colonel Athanase de] Charette, who had no