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  1. Jean-Charles Pichegru (Arbois, 16 de fevereiro de 1761 – Paris, 5 de abril de 1804) foi um distinto general francês das Guerras Revolucionárias. Sob seu comando, as tropas francesas invadiram a Bélgica e a Holanda antes de lutar na frente do Reno.

  2. Jean-Charles Pichegru (French pronunciation: [ʒɑ̃ ʃaʁlə piʃˈɡʁy]; 16 February 1761 – 5 April 1804) was a French general of the Revolutionary Wars. Under his command, French troops overran Belgium and the Netherlands before fighting on the Rhine front.

  3. Député du Jura. Président du Conseil des Cinq-Cents. modifier. Jean-Charles Pichegru, né le 16 février 1761 aux Planches-près-Arbois, dans la province de Franche-Comté (aujourd'hui département du Jura ), et mort le 6 avril 1804 à Paris, est un général de division de la Révolution française.

  4. 2 de abr. de 2024 · Charles Pichegru (born February 16, 1761, near Arbois, France—died April 5, 1804, Paris) was a 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 ...

  5. 3 de jul. de 2023 · The Cadoudal Affair, or the Pichegru Conspiracy, was a failed royalist attempt to kill or kidnap Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821), then the First Consul of the French Republic, and restore the House of Bourbon to the French throne.

  6. The Pichegru Conspiracy, otherwise known as the Cadoudal Affair was a conspiracy involving royalists Jean-Charles Pichegru and Georges Cadoudal who wished to overthrow Napoleon Bonaparte 's military regime. [1] They were apprehended and sentenced to death, but not before the rumors of their plot reached Napoleon.

  7. Encyclopedias almanacs transcripts and maps. Pichegru, Charles. views 2,739,203 updated. Charles Pichegru (shärl pēshgrü´), 1761–1804, French general in the French Revolutionary Wars. Successful on the Rhine front (1793), he invaded (1794) the Netherlands, entered (1795) Amsterdam and captured the Dutch fleet, which had frozen in the ice.