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File:Suvorov crossing the alps.jpg

Deutsch: Heroisierende Darstellung der Alpenüberquerung der Truppen des russischen Generals Suworow im Winter 1799 auf einem russischen Historiengemälde des 19. Jahrhunderts
English: Russian Troops under Suvorov Crossing the Alps in 1799. Heroic view of a russian artist from the late 19th century
Español: Las tropas del Generalísimo Alexander Suvorov cruzando los Alpes en 1799.
Italiano: Le truppe del Generalissimo Aleksandr Vasil'evič Suvorov attraversano in ritirata per le Alpi nel 1799 in una interpretazione di un artista russo del XIX secolo.
Русский: Переход Суворова через Альпы
Date 1899
Source Museum of Russia, St. Petersburg
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