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Napoleon and Queen Louise in Tilsit (July 1807) Sovetsk (former Tilsit), 1963 - The picture shows Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) meeting the Queen of Prussia, Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (1776-1810) on the 6th of July 1807 in Sovetsk, where Napoleon I stayed during the peace negotiations with the Kingdom of Prussia and Russia. You can see the Queen with dressed in a white silver laced robe. On her right you can see the foreign minister Carl August von Hardenberg, who briefed her prior to the negotiations. Napoleon greets her by taking her hand and pulling of his hat. Unless personally Napoleon and Louise took to each other (as you can see by their gestures and facial expressions) the conditions for the peace treaty of Tilsit on the 9th of July 1807 resulted to be very hard for the Prussian Kingdom.
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Self-sacrifice of Hambroek (1662) Formosa, 1856 - Since 1624 the East India Company had established control on Formosa. Under its charge missionaries worked on the Christianization of the indigenous people: amongst them was doctor Antonius Hambroek. On April 30th 1661 Chinese-Japanse warlord Koxinga (Kok seng yâ) invaded the island, whereby Hambroek fell to Chinese hands. Fort Zeelandia remained under Dutch control. Koxinga decided to send Hambroek as a representative to meet with Coyett, commander of the fort, to convince him to surrender. In stead of demanding surrender, Hambroek urged Coyett to persist in battle. Hambroek decided to return to Koxinga, who beheaded him.
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Arrival of representatives for Amsterdam at the Welna manor (1650) Amsterdam, 1856 - In 1650 ado was made over the division of authority over the troops. Stadtholder William II visited the towns involved to discuss the manner. However, Amsterdam refused to receive the stadtholder. Eventually representatives for Amsterdam, Huydecoper and Van der Does, travelled to the Welna manor on the river Amstel in an armoured yacht to commence negotiations with William Frederick. Amsterdam feared for her merchant interests and yielded, promising to receive the prince with much honour.
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Death of Frederick Henry (1647) 's-Gravenhage, 1856 - Frederick Henry succeeded his half-brother Maurice of Orange as stadtholder. As army captain he preferred to besiege towns over fighting field-battles. His many successful sieges. Such as ‘s-Hertogenbosch and Breda, earned him the name ‘stedendwinger’ (town forcer). He past away in 1647 after a long sickbed.
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Meeting between Prince Maurice and Spinola (1608) 's-Gravenhage, 1856 - In 1608 a meeting took place between the general Maurice of Orange of the Netherlands and the Spanish general Spinola, in order to negotiate peace. These negotiations led to the Twelve Year Truce.
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Kappeler Milchsuppe (Milk-soup of Kappel) Kappel am Albis, 1961 - The picture shows the so called „milk-soup of Kappel“, the meal that took place in celebration of the First Peace of Kappel (1529), near Kappel am Albis. Setting up a huge wooden tub with milk-soup the infantry of both armies fraternized with each other, just on the borderline between the two cantons. The negotiations between the warring reformed and catholic villages are still going on in the background. But in the foreground the dispute is already settled by sharing the milk soup.
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Louis XI of France meets Charles the Bold in Péronne Péronne, - The picture shows the convention of King Louis XI of France and the Burgundian duke Charles the Bold in Péronne at the Somme River. During this meeting on October 14th, 1468 they signed the peace agreement between France and the and the Dukedom of Burgundy.
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Henry the Fowler , 1936 - The picture shows Henry the Fowler (876-936), King of East Francia and Duke of Saxony. In the centre of the picture you can see Henry riding his horse. He is not wearing helmet or crown, but only simple clothes and carrying a sword. You can see him in negotiations with Hungarians in front of him, which are distinguished by their helmets and clothes as well as by their dark hair and mustachios. In the background you can see a castle which probably refers to the castles Henry built after the ceasefire with Hungary, in the year 926.
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Nordic Thing in the Middle Age , 1932 - The picture shows a folkmoot (Old English „meeting of the people”) according to the old Germanic rules between the year 0 and 500 A.C. All the free members of a tribe or district are gathering on the so called thingstead. The hill nearby is crowded with spectators. In a fenced circle in the foreground, the Elders are negotiating a “thing”. In this case it seems to be a matter of war and peace: Warriors in chain mails and armored with shield and lances mount guard over the thingstead.
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