Postcard: Charles Joseph Minard, Carte figurative des pertes successives en hommes de l’Armée Française dans la campagne de Russie 1812–1813 (Losses of the French Army in the Russian Campaign 1812–1813) (1869)

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Charles Joseph Minard’s Carte figurative des pertes successives en hommes de l’Armée Française dans la campagne de Russie 1812–1813 (Losses of the French Army in the Russian Campaign 1812–1813) (1869) is his depiction of Napoleon’s march into Russia. The width of each line corresponds to the “progressive losses in men” the army experienced during the war. The army enters Russia from Poland with 422,000 men and retreats a year later with only 10,000 men.

4″x6″ postcard with white blank back.

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These postcards are made from thick high-quality matte paper, so they serve as a great addition to a gift or just a thoughtful written note to a friend.
• 4/4 full bleed
• 300 GSM
• Paper thickness: 0.13″ (0.34 mm)
• Laminated front
• White matte back with a small QR code (0.25″ × 0.25″)
• Blank product sourced from the US

Additional information

Weight 0.04 lbs

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