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us: Beauharnais, Eugène de, 1781-1824



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    • us: Beauharnais, Eugène de, prince d'Eichstätt, 1781-1824
    • us: Beauharnais, Eugenio di, 1781-1824
    • us: Leuchtenberg, Eugène de Beauharnais, duc de, 1781-1824
    • us: Eichstätt, Eugène de Beauharnais, prince d', 1781-1824
    • us: Eichstadt, Eugène de Beauharnais, prince d', 1781-1824
    • us: Leuchtenberg, Eugen de Beauharnais, Herzog von, 1781-1824
    • us: De Beauharnais, Eugène, 1781-1824
    • us: Bogarne, Evgenīĭ-Napoleon, print͡s, 1781-1824
    • us: Eugenio Napoleone, 1781-1824
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    • Beauharnais, Eugène de, prince d'Eichstätt, 1781-1824
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    • found: Encyc. Brit., 15th ed. (Beauharnais, Eugène de, b. Paris 9-3-1781, d. Munich 2-21-1824; viceroy of Italy for his stepfather, Napoleon I, 1805-1814; after 1814 lived in Munich; given title Duke of Leuchtenberg by K. of Bavaria, his father-in-law)
    • found: Dict. de biog. franç. (Beauharnais, Eugène-Rose de, dit prince Eugène, b. Paris 9-3-1781; made prince at procl. of 1st Empire; Viceroy of Italy from June 1805; given title of duc de Leuchtenberg and the principauté d'Eichstaedt by K. of Bavaria after fall of Napoleon)
    • found: Diz. biog. degli Ital. (Beauharnais, Eugène de, b. Paris 9-3-1781, d. Munich 2-21-1824; after fall of Napoleon had titles Duke of Leuchtenberg and Prince of Eichstadt from K. of Bavaria)
    • found: Grand Larousse (Beauharnais, Eugène de, duc de Leuchtenberg, prince d'Eichstadt, vice-roi d'Italie, 1781-1824)
    • found: Brockhaus, 1967 (Leuchtenberg, Eugen (Eugène) de Beauharnais, Herzog von, Fürst von Eichstätt, Vizekönig von Italien, 1781-1824)
    • found: Tessadri, E. Il viceré, c1982: t.p. (Eugenio di Beauharnais)
    • found: G. L. Print͡s Evgenīĭ-Napoleon Bogarne vo glavi͡e Velikoĭ armīi, 1905.
    • found: Napoleone, per la grazia di Dio e per le costituzioni, Imperatore de' Francesi, Re d'Italia, protettore della Confederazione del Reno e mediatore della Confederazione svizzera : Eugenio Napoleone di Francia, Vicerè d'Italia, Principe di Venezia, arcicancelliere di stato dell' Impero francese, 1811.
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    • 1983-08-11: new
    • 2007-05-17: revised
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