Information transmise par K. Atsbury:
The University of Warwick
Everyone has heard of Waterloo. Less well-known is that Napoleon had already been defeated in 1814, but escaped his exile on Elba in February 1815, swept across France gathering troops, and toppled the newly restored Bourbon monarchy in Paris without firing a shot. Only then was he defeated at Waterloo in June 1815, finally surrendering in July. Day by day, this website releases an object that sheds light on these dramatic events, along with weekly summaries outlining the period more broadly. To see today’s object, press the red button below; you can also see previous entries by going to 'objects' where all those to have appeared so far can be found in chronological order. See today's object
in collaboration with
- European History Research Centre
- Humanities Research Fund
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Contributors & Acknowledgements
Sean Allan | Stacie Allan | Gareth Atkins | Karen Attar | Simon Bainbridge | Charles Beiruti | David Bell | Theo Bruton | Fabio Camilletti | Marcelo Caruso | Peter Clark | Joseph Clarke | Tim Clayton | Peter Cochran | Mary-Ann Constantine | Devon Cox | Malcolm Crook | Michael Crumplin | Geoff Cubitt | Jarek Czubaty | Emilie Delivré | Bill Doyle | Michael Drolet | Elodie Duché | John Dunne | Yann-Arzel Durelle-Marc | Philip Dwyer | Gonzague Espinosa-Dassonneville |
Alexei Evstratov | Martin Fitzpatrick | Ben Fleuss | Alan Forrest | Jordan Girardin | Allison Goudie | James Grande | Sarah Gray | Jonathan Hicks | Peter Hicks | Peter Hill | James Hodkinson | Marguerite Hughes | Leighton James | Rachel Jacobs | Lotte Jensen | Oskar Cox Jensen | Marion Joassin | Annie Jourdan | Gérard Lafleur | Philip Mansel | Ewan McGowan | Alberto Milano | John Moores | Renaud Morieux | Sheila O’Connell | Patrick O’Donovan | Walter Bruyere Ostells | Nicola Pickering | Phillippa Plock | Chantal Prevot | Munro Price | Neil Ramsey | Graciela Iglesias Rogers | Diego Saglia | Philip Shaw | Michael Sibalis | Brendan Simms | Clare Siviter | Thomas Stammers | David Taylor | Claire Trévien | Cyril Triolaire | Jenny Uglow | Susan Valladeres | Jordi Roca Vernet | Brian Vick | Benjamin Walton | Emmanuel de Waresquiel | Lady Jane Wellesley | Joachim Whaley
We are exceedingly grateful to the contributors, archives, museums and libraries that have made this online exhibition possible. Individual acknowledgements appear on each object page.
Many of the images on this website are copyrighted and reproduced here only by permission and for the sole and exclusive use on this site for the length of the exhibition. The texts on this website, however, are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commerical license. This means that you are free to make use of the material in non-commercial ways without seeking permission, but you must cite the project as the source of the material.
Please cite the website as follows: The Last Stand: Napoleon's 100 days in 100 objects, ed. Katherine Astbury, Katherine Hambridge and Mark Philp (Warwick Digital Humanities 2015), http://www.100days.eu
This University of Warwick online exhibition is the result of a collaboration between Professor Mark Philp (History), the European History Research Centre, and a team working on an AHRC-funded project on French Theatre of the Napoleonic Era (Principal Investigator Dr Katherine Astbury; postdoctoral research fellow Dr Katherine Hambridge; and PhD students Devon Cox and Clare Siviter).
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