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In 1800, Napoleon led his reserve army across the Alps into Italy to fight Austrian forces that had laid siege to Genoa. Although Genoa had fallen by the time Napoleon had reached it, the crossing led to a series of important military victories for Napoleon. The two paintings of Napoleon portray the same historic event: a military campaign that began with the crossing of the Alps. What would you predict the campaign's outcome was based on these paintings? Use details from the paintings to support your answer. (6 points)

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  1. anonymous
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    which painting came first?

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    the first one posted @gahoolianowl

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    what is different about the two situations portrayed?

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    well in the first picture it looks like he's ready for what is ahead of him and powerful. In the second picture they look exhausted and their mood switched to gloomy. @gahoolianowl

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    exactly. they set out confidant in themselves and ready for a fight. unfortunately for them, it's hard to maintain that morale and health when you're at the top of a mountain covered in snow and ice.

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