|Other: Charles Langlois |
Other: Col. Charles Langlois
Other: Colonel Charles Langlois
Other: Colonel Jean-Charles Langlois
|Dates: ||1789, 22 August - 1870, 24 March|
|Born: ||France, Calvados, Beaumont-en-Auge|
|Died: ||France, Paris|
|Active: ||France / Crimea|
French military officer, writer, photographer and painter of battle scenes. His panoramas of the battles of Borodino, the Pyramids, Sebastopol and Solferino all instilled a sense of national pride in the populace. He went to the Crimea with Léon Eugène Méhédin and they photographed Sebastopol. He also produced an album of prints for the Emperor.
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