Ferdinand I, 'of the Two Sicilies' (1751-1825)
Ferdinand I, 'of the Two Sicilies' (1751-1825). King of Sicily (1759 - 1805) as Ferdinand III and king of Naples (1759-1805) as Ferdinand IV. CAMUCCINI, Vincenzo (1771-1844). Neoclassicism. Oil on canvas. ITALY. CAMPANIA. Naples. San Martino National Museum.
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A Visit to the Alpini by Bruce Bairnsfather, WW1 cartoon
'You might think the Austrians were safe on top of a place like this - but they're not.' Cartoon by Captain Bruce Bairnsfather in The Bystander showing three Austrian soldiers staked out atop a precarious mountain top in the Alps, surrounded by protective barbed wire. The caption by Bairnsfather suggests that the nimble Italian Alpini were still able to surmount such obstacles. Date: 1918
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