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Near the ashes of Friederick II the Great of Prussia (1712-86), Tsar Alexander I (1777-1825) and King Friedrich Wilhelm III of Prussia (1770-1840) swearing immortal friendship, at Potsdam in the night of 4th to 5th November 1805, 1807

by Ulrich Ludwig Wolf

Near the ashes of Friederick II the Great of Prussia (1712-86), Tsar Alexander I (1777-1825) and King Friedrich Wilhelm III of Prussia (1770-1840) swearing immortal friendship, at Potsdam in the night of 4th to 5th November 1805, 1807 - Ulrich Ludwig Wolf
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Near the ashes of Friederick II the Great of Prussia (1712-86), Tsar Alexander I (1777-1825) and King Friedrich Wilhelm III of Prussia (1770-1840) swearing immortal friendship, at Potsdam in the night of 4th to 5th November 1805, 1807 - Ulrich Ludwig Wolf

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English: "Near the ashes of Friederick II the Great of Prussia (1712-86), Tsar Alexander I (1777-1825) and King Friedrich Wilhelm III of Prussia (1770-1840) swearing immortal friendship, at Potsdam in the night of 4th to 5th November 1805, 1807" oil on Canvas, location: Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, France.
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