Battle of Ratisbon: Napoleon, shot in the ankle, mounts his horse to join battle before the dressing of the wound is …

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Battle of Ratisbon: Napoleon, shot in the ankle, mounts his horse to join battle before the dressing of the wound is finished. Coloured engraving after C Gautherot, 1828. The surgeon attempting to bandage the Emperor's ankle is Larrey. Created Déposé à la Direction [1828. Battle casualties. Courage. Ankle – Wounds and injuries. Regensburg (Germany). Napoleon I, Emperor of the French (1769–1821). D J baron Larrey (1766–1842). Contributors: Claude Gautherot (1769–1825). Work ID: u45fmc8r.

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