I visited a very nice exhibition in the Hermitage Museum in Amsterdam about Tsar Alexander of Russia, Napoleon and Josephine. Three great names on the European stage around 1800. The conflict between Tsar Alexander I and Napoleon Bonaparte and their friendship, determined the fate of millions of Europeans. A fascinating role was played by Josephine de Beauharnais, a highly intelligent woman, Napoleon's great love, the Empress at his side and later a close friend of Alexander.
No photographing was allowed at the exhibition so I only have these at the entrance. But the uniforms of the army of Napoleon, his banners, the art collection Josephine assembled in her Chateau de Malmaison and many personal objects were very interesting to see.
Here a picture of Alexander at the left and Napoleon saying farewell in Tilsit in 1807.
Have a look at the website of the Hermitage for more history about the three here.
And a picture of Josephine.