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Leonardo da Vinci for Kids: War Machines

March 27, 2013 by  
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Leonardo was a pacifist, he protected life and was against war, but in a letter he wrote to the Duke of Sforza in Milan, he made a summary of his capabilities and experiences in order to be granted a position in the Duke’s court.

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Leonardo da Vinci was a pacifist, he protected life and was against war .

Leonardo da Vinci wanted to be a military engineer.

Leonardo da Vinci war machine sketch

Leonardo da Vinci letter  to the Duke of Sforza in Milan

 

Leonardo da Vinci letter  to the Duke of Sforza in Milan

 

Leonardo da Vinci letter  to the Duke of Sforza in Milan

Leonardo da Vinci letter  to the Duke of Sforza in Milan

Leonardo da Vinci letter  to the Duke of Sforza in Milan

Leonardo da Vinci letter  to the Duke of Sforza in Milan

Leonardo da Vinci letter  to the Duke of Sforza in Milan

Leonardo da Vinci letter  to the Duke of Sforza in Milan

Leonardo da Vinci letter  to the Duke of Sforza in Milan

Leonardo da Vinci letter  to the Duke of Sforza in Milan

Leonardo da Vinci letter  to the Duke of Sforza in Milan

Leonardo da Vinci letter  to the Duke of Sforza in Milan

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