[The invalids of the Consulate and the Empire].

  • Guy Carrieu
  • Published 2014 in Histoire des sciences medicales


The invalid soldiers and officers during French Consulate and 1st Empire were taken care of in the National Residence of the Invalids, if they were badly wounded and had remained cripple. The conditions to enter the Residence and the way of life they lived there are scrutinized.


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