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Dumouriez, Charles François Du Périer, 1739-1823


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    • us: Dumourier, Charles François Du Périer, 1739-1823
    • us: Dumouriez, général (Charles François Du Périer), 1739-1823
    • us: Dumourier, général (Charles François Du Périer), 1739-1823
    • us: Du Périer Dumouriez, Charles François, 1739-1823
    • us: Périer Dumouriez, Charles François Du, 1739-1823
    • us: Dumouriez, Charles François, 1739-1823
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    • Dumouriez, Charles François Dupérier, 1739-1823
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    • found: His Memoirs of General Dumourier, 1794: t.p. (himself)
    • found: NUC pre-56 (Dumouriez, Charles François Dupérier, 1739-1823)
    • found: MWA/NAIP files (usage: General Dumouriez; General Dumourier; note: French general; politician; Minister of War; military writer)
    • found: Grand dict. encycl. Larousse, c1983 (Dumouriez, Charles François Du Périer, called; French General, Cambrai 1739-Buckinghamshire, 1823)
    • found: Grande encycl. (Dumouriez (Charles-François) b. Cambrai 1-25-1739, d. 3-14-1823; married his cousin Mlle Dumouriez Du Périer)
    • found: LC data base, 5-2-85 (hdg.: Dumouriez, Charles François Dupérier, 1739-1823; usage: général Dumouriez, général Dumourier)
    • found: Cat. gén. (usage: général Dumouriez, général Dumourier)
    • found: Wikipedia, 20 April 2018 (Charles François Dumouriez; Charles-François du Périer Dumouriez (26 January 1739--14 March 1823) was a French general during the French Revolutionary Wars; he shared the victory at Valmy with General François Christophe Kellermann, but later deserted the Revolutionary Army and became a royalist intriguer during the reign of Napoleon as well as an adviser to the British government; Dumouriez is one of the names inscribed under the Arc de Triomphe, on Column 3; he was born in Cambrai, on the Scheldt River in northern France and died at Turville Park, near Henley-on-Thames; his memoirs appeared at Hamburg in 1794; an enlarged edition, La Vie et les mémoires du Général Dumouriez, appeared at Paris in 1823; Dumouriez also wrote a large number of political pamphlets)
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    • [Historical figure, not predominantly known as an author.]
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    • 1985-05-06: new
    • 2018-04-24: revised
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