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  1. 5 de abr. de 2024 · In 1804 he personally investigated the royalist conspiracy of Georges Cadoudal and Charles Pichegru and supervised the kidnapping from Germany and subsequent execution of the duc d’Enghien, who was suspected of complicity but was, in fact, innocent of involvement.

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  2. 17 de mar. de 2024 · In 1804 Napoleon, then first consul, received intelligence that connected the Duke d’Enghien with the conspiracy to overthrow him then being planned by Georges Cadoudal and Charles Pichegru. The report was false, but Napoleon ordered Enghien’s arrest, and French gendarmes crossed the Rhine secretly and seized him.

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  3. 27 de mar. de 2024 · Appointed general of a division in April 1794, Moreau helped Gen. Charles Pichegru conquer the Austrian Netherlands, and in March 1795 he replaced Pichegru as commander of the Army of the North. On March 14, 1796, Moreau was given command of the armies of the Rhine and Moselle.

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  4. 5 de abr. de 2024 · General Pichegru suppresses the Germinal uprising. Title. General Pichegru suppresses the Germinal uprising. Date. April 2, 1795. Relation.

  5. 18 de mar. de 2024 · Begin 1795 trokken Franse troepen onder leiding van Charles Pichegru en patriotten onder leiding van Hendrik Willem Daendels massaal de Nederlanden binnen, over de dichtgevroren rivieren. Op 19 januari 1795, een dag na de vlucht van Willem V, riepen ze in het stadhuis van Amsterdam de Bataafse Republiek uit.

  6. Há 6 dias · 9. Jean-Charles Pichegru was a teacher at the Brienne school for some time, and he actually had Napoleon Bonaparte among his students. This must have led to awkward reminiscences when the same Bonaparte had him arrested for taking part in Cadoudal's Royalist plot, aiming to assassinate the First Consul that he had become ...

  7. 30 de mar. de 2024 · Napoleon sent an armed force under general Charles Leclerc to take back control of the Caribbean nation. That expedition captured L'ouverture but couldn't defeat the Haitians. A combination of determined resistance of the Haitians to a return to overlordship (led by Jean-Jacques Dessalines) and a lack of resistance of French troops to yellow fever resulted in a stark defeat for the European power.