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  CHARLES PICHEGRU - LoveToKnow Article on CHARLES PICHEGRU   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In co-operation with Hoche and the army of the Moselle, Pichegru, now general of division and in command of the army of the Rhine, had to reconquer Alsace and to reorganize the disheartened troops of the republic.
Pichegru then took command of the armies of the North, the Sambre-and-Meuse, and the Rhine, and crossing the Rhine in force took Mannheim in May 1795.
Pichegrus campaigns of 1794 are marked by traits of an audacious genius which would not have disgraced Napoleon.
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 Jean-Charles Pichegru - Wikipedia
Volgens Charles Nodier werd hij niet geboren in Arbois, maar in Les Planches bij Lons-le-Saulnier.
Pichegru moest, in samenwerking met Hoche en het leger van Moselle, de Elzas herveroveren en de gedemoraliseerde troepen van de Republiek reorganiseren.
Pichegru begon zijn tweede campagne door op 18 oktober de Maas over te steken en Nijmegen in te nemen, waarop de Oostenrijkers zich terugtrokken achter de Rijn.
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 Pichegru, Charles on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In the same year, however, he secretly negotiated with the Austrians in an attempt to restore the monarchy, to which his own fortune was tied.
A deputy to the Council of Five Hundred (1797), Pichegru was elected its president by the royalist majority.
Pichegru was arrested but was found strangled in his cell before the trial.
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 Charles Pichegru   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Charles Pichegru (February 16, 1761 - April 15, 1804), French general, was born at Arbois, or,according to Charles Nodier, at Les Planches, near Lons-le-Saulnier.
Pichegru then took command of the armies of the North, the Sambre-and-Meuse, and the Rhine, and crossing the Rhine in forcetook Mannheim in May 1795.
Pichegru's campaigns of 1794 are marked by traits of an audacious genius which would nothave disgraced Napoleon.
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Pichegru was given command of the 150,000-man Army of the North.
In April 1794, Pichegru and General Jean-Baptiste Jourdan, commander of the Army of the Moselle, launched an invasion of the Austrian Netherlands, capturing Amsterdam by January 1795.
Fanny Kemble, the daughter of the actors Charles and Marie Kemble, was born in London on 27th November, 1809.
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 Jean-Charles Pichegru - Wikipedia
Pichegru studierte bei den Minoriten und trug als Lehrer der Mathematik am Kollegium von Brienne das Ordenskleid, empfing aber nie die Weihen.
Auch an der Militärschule in Brienne gab er Unterricht, doch gehörte Napoleon nicht zu seinen Schülern.
Pichegru nahm diesen Posten aber nicht an, sondern zog sich in das ehemalige Kloster Bellevaux bei Arbois zurück.
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In 1794 the new French commanders, Jourdan and Pichegru, took the offensive.
France gradually evolved a plan calling for a three-pronged attack: Jourdan was to advance southeastward from the Low Countries; Jean Victor Moreau was to strike at S Germany; and Napoleon Bonaparte was to conquer Piedmont and Lombardy, cross the Austrian Alps, and join with Moreau and Jourdan.
During 1795 the French defeated the allies on all fronts, but in 1796 the new Austrian commander, Archduke Charles, took the offensive, defeating first Jourdan, then Moreau, both of whom had retreated to the Rhine by Sept., 1796.
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 Encyclopedia: Jean Victor Marie Moreau   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Battle of Tourcoing (1794) established his military fame, and in 1795 he was given the command of the Army of the Rhine-and-Moselle, with which he crossed the Rhine and advanced into Germany.
He had already appeared as Pichegru's defender against imputations of disloyalty, and now he foolishly concealed his discovery, with the result that he has ever since been suspected of at least partial complicity.
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 Charles Pichegru -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In co-operation with Hoche and the army of the (German white wine from the Moselle valley or a similar wine made elsewhere) Moselle, Pichegru, now general of division and in command of the army of the Rhine, had to reconquer Alsace and to reorganize the disheartened troops of the republic.
Pichegru then took command of the armies of the North, the Sambre-and-Meuse, and the Rhine, and crossing the Rhine in force took (A city in southwestern Germany at the confluence of the Rhine and Neckar rivers) Mannheim in May 1795.
It has often been asserted that he was murdered by the orders of (French general who became emperor of the French (1769-1821)) Napoleon, but there is no foundation for the story.
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 Charles Pichegru   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Charles Pichegru (de febrero el 16 de 1761 - de abril el 15 de 1804), general francés, nació en Arbois, o, según Charles Nodier, en Les Planches, cerca del Lons-lons-le-Saulnier-Saulnier.
Pichegru comenzó su segunda campaña cruzando la Mosa de octubre el 18, y después de tomar Nijmwegen condujo a austriacos más allá del Rin.
Pichegru entonces tomó el comando de los ejércitos del norte, de la Sambre-y-Mosa, y del Rin, y la travesía el Rin en vigor tomó Mannheim en mayo de 1795.
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 Encyclopedia: Nicolas Oudinot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Nicolas Charles Oudinot (April 25, 1767 - September 13, 1847), duke of Reggio, was a marshal of France.
He continued to serve with distinction on the German frontier under Hoche, Pichegru and Moreau, and was repeatedly wounded and once (in 1795) taken prisoner.
He was Andre Massena's right hand all through the great Swiss campaign of 1799--first as a general of division, and then as chief of the staff--and won extraordinary distinction at the Battle of Zurich.
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The town was finally conquered by Frederik Hendrik of Orange in 1629, cutting the town off from the rest of the duchy.
In 1794, French troops under the command of Charles Pichegru took the city; it was captured by the Prussians in 1814.
The next year, when the United Kingdom of the Netherlands was established, it became the capital of North Brabant.
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 ninemsn Encarta - French Revolution
The insurgents, led by radical elements of the capital and national volunteers en route to the front, stormed the Tuileries and massacred the king's Swiss Guard.
During the winter of 1794-1795, French forces commanded by General Charles Pichegru overran the Austrian Netherlands, occupied the United Netherlands (which the victors reorganized as the Batavian Republic), and routed the allied armies of the Rhine.
Although a number of capable statesmen including Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord and Joseph Fouché gave distinguished service to the Directory, from the outset the government encountered a variety of difficulties.
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 ninemsn Encarta - Napoleon I
The Italian front was a sideshow in the war between France and the coalition powers; those in Switzerland and on the Rhine, under Generals Victor Moreau, Louis Hoche, and Charles Pichegru were of greater importance (see French Revolutionary Wars).
They had envisioned a coup since 1797, and turned to Napoleon because he was less pro-royalist than Moreau, and less pro-Jacobin than Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte (later Charles XIV John), Napoleon’s clearest rivals.
The Directory was replaced by a provisional Consulate composed of Napoleon, the legal expert Jean Jacques Cambacérès and the financial expert Charles Lebrun, who remained among Napoleon’s closest aides.
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When the contingent from Marseille arrived, it was singing the patriotic hymn thenceforth known as the “Marseillaise.” Popular dissatisfaction with the Girondists, who had rallied to the support of the monarchy and had dismissed charges of desertion against Lafayette, increased the agitation.
On August 10 the discontent, combined with the threat contained in the manifesto of the allied commander, Charles William Ferdinand, duke of Brunswick (1735–1806), to destroy the capital city if the royal family were mistreated, precipitated a Parisian insurrection.
During the winter of 1794–95, French forces, commanded by Gen. Charles Pichegru (1761–1804), overran the Austrian Netherlands, occupied the United Netherlands, which the victors reorganized as the Batavian Republic, and routed the allied armies of the Rhine.
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 Charles Pichegru - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Charles Pichegru (February 16, 1761 – April 15, 1804), French general, was born at Arbois, or, according to Charles Nodier, at Les Planches, near Lons-le-Saulnier.
For his treason, trial and death, consult Montgaillard's Mémoires concernant Ia trahison de Pichegru (1804); Fauche-Borel's Mémoires; Savary, Mémoires sur la mort de Pichegru (Paris, 1825); and G Pierret, Pichegru, son prods et sa mon (1826).
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 Peltier, Jean-Charles-Athanase --  Encyclopædia Britannica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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Usually known as the prince of Wales, Charles is also earl of Chester, duke of Cornwall, duke of Rothesay, earl of Carrick, and baron of Renfrew, among other titles.
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 French Revolution -- biographical notes
Charles Eugene de Lorraine, Duc D'Elbeuf and Prince de Lambesc, 1751-1825, Louis XVI's Master of the Horse.
His brothers Charles and Alexandre (1760-1829) were also soldiers and politicians; both were deputies to the States-General for the nobility.
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 PICHEGRU, CHARLES (1761-1804) - Online Information article about PICHEGRU, CHARLES (1761-1804)
Pichegru then took command of the armies of the North, the Sambre-and-Meuse, and the Rhine, and crossing the Rhine in force took See also:
Pichegru's campaigns of 1794 are marked by traits of an audacious See also:
Savary, Memoires sur la mort de Pichegru (Paris, 1825) ; and G. Pierret, Pichegru, son prods et sa mort (1826).
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 Chapitre 28   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
He agreed to write a report in which he described in detail the circumstances and the extent of Pichegru’s treason, as well as all the plots mounted by the English, with or without the assistance of the French nobles.
A chain reaction was initiated that brought to light revelations that led to the arrest of Pichegru, Moreau and Cadoudal.
It was also learned that Pichegru, Cadoudal, Rivière and Polignac had held a meeting with a person to whom they demonstrated the deepest respect.
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Pichegru est né à Arbois, le 16 février 1761, dans une famille de cultivateurs modestes.
Pichegru se voit charger de l’armée du Rhin et celle de la Moselle réunie qui prennent la dénomination
Pichegru séjourne quelques temps en Allemagne, mais il revient en Angleterre, puis le 16 janvier 1804, il
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 Pichegru, Charles --  Encyclopædia Britannica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
in full Jean-Charles Pichegru general of the French Revolutionary Wars who played a leading role in the conquest of the Austrian Netherlands and Holland (1794–95); he subsequently ruined his reputation by conspiring with counterrevolutionaries (1795) and against Napoleon Bonaparte (1804).
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King Charles II bought the house in 1666 for the then princely sum of £50,000, as a base conveniently close to the races at Newmarket.
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