Планшеты с изображением чинов всех родов войск армии Наполеона. Впервые были напечатаны в Париже графиком Марбо в середине девятнадцатого столетия. Серия состоит из рисунков, литографированных для роскошного издания. Представлены не только чины армейской пехоты Наполеона, но и конные егеря, кирасиры, карабинеры, уланы и драгуны. Отдельная часть посвящена описанию униформы наполеоновской гвардии. Изданы в наше время известным американским электронным издательством«Униформология».
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Early the next morning, Tuesday, January 17, Dole called on the bedridden Thurston. They talked for a few minutes about Hawaii's future. Dole said he had not yet decided whether to accept leadership of the new government. He did, however, agree to deliver a letter that Thurston had written to Stevens. It informed Stevens that the new government would be proclaimed that afternoon, and asked that he recognize it promptly. After returning home, Dole sat alone for a long time, gazing from his veranda over the palm trees and the warm ocean beyond.
That these energies of expansion will no longer operate would be a rash predictioni and the demands for a vigorous foreign policy, for an inter-oceanic canal, for a revival of our power upon the seas, and for the extension of American influence to outlying islands and adjoining countries, are indications that the movement will continue. The philosopher-sailor who translated calls like this into a plan of action was Captain Alfred Thayer Mahan, director of the fledgling Naval War College. His book The Influence of Sea Power upon History argued that no nation had ever become great without control of foreign markets and access to the natural resources of foreign countries.
On the afternoon of January 16, 1893, Stevens sat down at his desk and Wrote a brief, fateful note to Captain Gilbert Wiltse, the extravagantly mustachioed commander of the Boston. Its single sentence is a dry classic of diplomatic mendacity, full of motifs that Americans would hear often in the century to come. In view of the existing critical circumstances in Honolulu, indicating an inadequate legal force, I request you to land marines and sailors from the ship under your command for the protection of the United States legation and the United States consulate, and to secure the safety of American life and property.