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Order prevails in Warsaw, satirical criticism of the comments of Minister Sebastiani after Russian troops stormed the Polish capital, 1831

by Charles Joseph Travies de Villiers

Order prevails in Warsaw, satirical criticism of the comments of Minister Sebastiani after Russian troops stormed the Polish capital, 1831 - Charles Joseph Travies de Villiers
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Order prevails in Warsaw, satirical criticism of the comments of Minister Sebastiani after Russian troops stormed the Polish capital, 1831 - Charles Joseph Travies de Villiers

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English: "Order prevails in Warsaw, satirical criticism of the comments of Minister Sebastiani after Russian troops stormed the Polish capital, 1831" oil on Canvas.
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1831

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Charles Joseph Travies de Villiers

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