Josephine Bonaparte's daughter Hortense de Beauharnais with her son, Napoleon Charles Bonaparte

Hortense de Beauharnais with her son Napoleon Charles Bonaparte. Hortense de Beauharnais with her son Napoleon Charles Bonaparte by artist Francois Gerard. hand-painted museum quality oil painting reproduction on canvas.

1:12 inch scale Cradle of Napoleon François Joseph Charles Bonaparte, son of Napoleon Bonaparte.

Cradle of Napoleon François Joseph Charles Bonaparte (King of Rome, Napoleon II), son of Napoleon Bonaparte. Of i Ever habe a son his Cradle shall Look like this!

Hortense De Beauharnais (1783-1837) Queen of Holland and Her Son, Napoleon Charles Bonaparte by Francois Gerard

Hortense De Beauharnais (1783-1837) Queen of Holland and Her Son, Napoleon Charles Bonaparte

Hortense De Beauharnais Queen of Holland and Her Son, Napoleon Charles Bonaparte Giclee

Napoléon II (20 March 1811 – 22 July 1832), after 1818 known as Franz, Duke of Reichstadt, was the son of Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, and his second wife, Marie Louise of Austria. By Title III, article 9 of the French Constitution of the time, he was Prince Imperial.   He was widely known in France as "the Eaglet".

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Carlo Bonaparte, Napoleons's father

Napoleon's father, Carlo Buonaparte, was Corsica's representative to the court of Louis XVI of France.

FBI Badge from 1908. On July 26, 1908, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is born when U.S. Attorney General Charles Bonaparte orders a group of newly hired federal investigators to report to Chief Examiner Stanley W. Finch of the Department of Justice. One year later, the Office of the Chief Examiner was renamed the Bureau of Investigation, and in 1935 it became the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

FBI Badge from 1908. On July 26, 1908, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is born when U.S. Attorney General Charles Bonaparte orders a group of newly hired federal investigators to report to Chief Examiner Stanley W. Finch of the Department of Justice. One year later, the Office of the Chief Examiner was renamed the Bureau of Investigation, and in 1935 it became the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Empress Marie Louise of France. Napoleon's second wife. The baby is Napoleon Francois Joseph Charles Bonaparte. c. 1812.

Empress Marie Louise of France Napoleon's second wife with her son, Napoleon Francois Joseph Charles Bonaparte (King of Rome).

Charles Joseph Bonaparte (June 9, 1851 – June 28, 1921) was an American lawyer and political activist from Maryland who served in the Cabinet of President Theodore Roosevelt. Bonaparte was Secretary of the Navy and then Attorney General. While Attorney General, he created the Bureau of Investigation (now the FBI). He was a great-nephew of Emperor Napoleon I of the French.

Charles Joseph Bonaparte great-nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte & founder of Bureau of Investigation (future FBI), 1903

1807 Hortense with the Prince Royal of Holland by François-Pascal-Simon Gérard (Versailles)

1807 Hortense with the Prince Royal of Holland by François-Pascal-Simon Gérard. Gérard's 1807 portrait of Hortense shows her wearing a gorgeously embroidered court dress with a train-over-skirt.

Charles Bonaparte

Charles Bonaparte

The present Duke of Wellington, Prince Charles Bonaparte and Prince Blucher von Wahlstatt share a tripartite handshake

Charles unveils Waterloo memorial

Charles wellesley prince bonaparte and prince blucher descedants of the main protagonists in the battle shkae hands

Charles Bonaparte, Armando Zatarain, El Gallo Giro, Huntington Park CA

El Gallo Giro Mexican Kitchen & Bakery, Huntington Park, CA Gallo Giro Mexican Kitchen & Bakery Unveiling Ceremony of the Mural “Fruits of the Earth” by Mexican Muralist Neuzz

Napoléon II, was the son of Napoleon I and his second wife, Marie Louise of Austria. He was widely known in France as "the Eaglet". When his father abdicated on 4 April 1814, he named his son Emperor, but the coalition partners that had defeated Napoleon refused to acknowledge his son as successor, so he was forced to abdicate unconditionally a week later. Although he never actually ruled France, he was the titular Emperor and he is still generally referred to by historians as Napoleon II.

Napoléon François Charles Joseph Bonaparte, Prince Imperial, King of Rome, Prince of Parma March 1811 – 22 July after 1818 known as Franz, Duke of Reichstadt (Napoleon II)

1806 Hortense de Beauharnais, reine de Hollande with Napoleon Charles Bonaparte by François-Pascal-Simon Gérard (Versailles) | Grand Ladies | gogm

This portrait of Hortense shows the entire length of the dress shown in the last image and she wears a small cherusque or collar.

Charles Bonaparte Tapestry Upholstery Fabric in Opal $9.95 per yard

Charles Bonaparte Tapestry Upholstery Fabric in Opal $9.95 per yard

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