SKAŁKOWSKI A. M.
Bytom G-Ś 1913, published and typeset by "Catholic", pp.  480, 10k. plates with color illustrations; format 22.5x29cm ;
Józef Antoni Poniatowski, coat of arms Ciołek (born May 7, 1763, in Vienna, died October 19, 1813 near Leipzig) - prince, Polish general, minister of war and Commander-in-Chief of the Polish Army of the Duchy of Warsaw, Marshal of France.
Illustrations in chromolithography in color according to paintings by Br. Gembarzewski !!!
I. Childhood years - at the turn of the Saxon era
II. First impressions from Poland
III. Austrian service
IV. First service in the Republic of Poland
V. War in defense of the 3rd of May Act: Zieleniac
VI. The triumph of the Targowica
VII. During the period of the second partition
IX. On the ruins of Poland's state existence
X. Warsaw under Prussian rule
XI. At the prelude of the first war for Poland
XII. The resurrection of national strength
XIII. After the Treaty of Tilsit
XV. The liberation of Galicia
XVI. In anticipation of the great war
XVII. The year 1812
XVIII. The last services
HARD FURNISHED COVER, embellishments and embossments on front cover and back cover, signed: J.B[ukowski], ornamental cover, card borders dyed red. EXTREMELY IMPRESSIVE BINDING!
BDB condition-/ minor rubbing of gilt of binding, otherwise VERY BEAUTIFUL piece