Sunday, October 19, 2014

joachimmurat:

syuminiki:

Poniatowski & Murat

"Ten no Hate Made" by Riyoko Ikeda

These two fanboyed each other so hard. It was amazing.

Monday, October 13, 2014
Certainly these judges - bureaucrats, officials - are not ‘the people’, and this is not a defence: it is only what it’s needed to know to judge Gioacchino - who he was, why no one protects him, why he dies, how he became king, what sort of king he was, what he did. Witnesses in his favour, real supporters, he has none of. Maybe because, sooner or later, he has disappointed and discontented everyone: old and new dynasties, secret societies, revolutionaries and patriots, games of the powerful and popular hopes. Good and bad faith, generosity and lust for power are not easily distinguished, and he himself cannot distinguish, nor does he care, as long as it’s an adventure. Yes, one can go on like this, as if in a frenzy, charging at the head of a cavalry regiment that has to break through; but to stop in the history of one’s own time, make a choice, and then account for it - this is the almost desperate endeavour of the last years of Gioacchino, King of Naples. Some translated lines from the tv movie Murat, that aired in 1975 on the Italian public television. If you click on the link, you can watch and listen to the original version, which unfortunately comes without English subtitles.

syuminiki:

Murat (1975)

Friday, September 5, 2014
syuminiki:


Devant le golfe de Gaète,Murat salue le drapeau d’un regiment de ligne de son armee napolitaine.

Napoléon Ier N°15 p,21.

syuminiki:

Devant le golfe de Gaète,Murat salue le drapeau d’un regiment de ligne de son armee napolitaine.

Napoléon Ier N°15 p,21.

Friday, June 27, 2014
syuminiki:

L’avventuroso Murat,1971.

Written by Salvator Gotta, the same guy who brought us the fascist lyrics to Giovinezza and, after the second world war, went on to run the letter column on Topolino. I’m not even kidding.

syuminiki:

L’avventuroso Murat,1971.

Written by Salvator Gotta, the same guy who brought us the fascist lyrics to Giovinezza and, after the second world war, went on to run the letter column on Topolino. I’m not even kidding.

all-seeingreference:

Another scan from the Men At Arms series, I can’t quite remember which book or page it was, so I can’t quite give it the right credits.

all-seeingreference:

Another scan from the Men At Arms series, I can’t quite remember which book or page it was, so I can’t quite give it the right credits.

Wednesday, June 25, 2014 Tuesday, June 24, 2014

davoutseaworth:

jeannlannes:

syuminiki:

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Murat ”Hi,Austrian everybody”

Lannes “Guten Morgen!”

Austrian soldier ”G…Guten” ( ゚д゚)!

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Lannes & Murat HAHAHAHA

Manga by Ren Kishida , Testuya Hasegawa

One of the best events these two shared. It was so stupid that it couldn’t possibly have worked out but IT DID. 

OMG look at Murat’s sleeves on the last page!!!

salparadisewasright:

joachimmurat:

salparadisewasright:

"I swear to GOD Vesuvius if you don’t knock it off I will BEAT YOU MYSELF”
Art by Job.

I think this image about sums up Murat’s…Murat-ness.

And Murat being Murat, I’m pretty sure Vesuvius would immediately stfu and be nice and dormant.

salparadisewasright:

joachimmurat:

salparadisewasright:

"I swear to GOD Vesuvius if you don’t knock it off I will BEAT YOU MYSELF

Art by Job.

I think this image about sums up Murat’s…Murat-ness.

And Murat being Murat, I’m pretty sure Vesuvius would immediately stfu and be nice and dormant.