Taken from the Battle of Wagram, which took place in 1809. On July 3, 1809, Napoleon led an army of 170,000 across the Danube and plunged into the enemy’s encirclement with heavy losses. However, due to the small number of the Austrian army, only 120,000, the losses of the two sides were almost the same. Napoleon fought in this battle. Demonstrating his extraordinary perseverance and commanding ability in the face of danger, he broke through the enemy's siege, defeated Austria with intensive artillery fire, and once again forced the enemy leader to seek peace.
This is the last reversal victory before the famous Waterloo defeat. The time and place are not on Napoleon's side, and he finally led the team to victory with courage and instant determination. This project design team implanted this in a retro spray style. Classic record paintings, and quote a new work shirt, made of functional and dirt-resistant fabrics.