This sites presents the catalog of digital collections of the Bibliotheque Nationale de la France. It contains approximately 70, 000 digital documents, 1200 full-text documents, and 80, 000 images. Content can be browsed or searched.
"The Curzon Project offers digital images of political cartoons from the period of the French Revolution and Napoleonic wars. A selection of 1400 prints has been made, of both British and Continental European publications, focusing on changing representations of Napoleon and on British fears of invasion during the period 1793-1805. The digital images are linked to an online catalogue, searchable by artist, title, and subject"
"Not only have the single prints been scanned and these images made available on the site, but some 10,000 prints in bound volumes have also been scanned and these images are also available. Detailed records for most of the monographs are available with particular attention being given to the pre-1820 imprints. Some 1000 map images and records are also available."
"The Napoleonic Digital Library offers access to thousands of "Napoleonic" documents in the widest sense of the term (books, articles, engravings, etc), either scanned or transcribed in their entirety and available on the web, which are related to the First or Second Empires or published on those periods. These freely accessible documents come from either from the Fondation Napoléon itself or from other libraries worldwide (such as, for example, the French Bibliothèque Nationale and the Spanish Biblioteca Nacional)."
"This collection showcases 83 satirical prints, or caricatures, from the Napoleonic Period, all giving political commentary on events of the period. Fifty of the prints were created by French artists, and thirty-three by English artists. Nearly all of the French prints date from the last two years of Napoleon's reign, but the English prints represent a broader time period ranging from 1793 to 1815."