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  2. nl.wikipedia.org › wiki › Michel_NeyMichel Ney - Wikipedia

    Michel Ney gaf twee dagen later, tijdens de slag bij Waterloo, rond 16 uur het bevel om het geallieerde centrum via cavaleriecharges aan te vallen. De lichte cavalerie van de Garde, onder luitenant-generaal Lefèbvre-Desnouettes (2000 ruiters), sloot zich aan bij de 3000 kurassiers onder Jean-Baptiste Milhaud.

  3. Charles-Jean-Baptiste Jules Bernadotte: Prince et duc souverain de Pontecorvo: 1763 1844 1804 Louis-Alexandre Berthier: Prince souverain de Neuchâtel et de Valengin, prince de Wagram: 1753 1815 1804 Jean-Baptiste Bessières: Duc d'Istrie: 1768 1813 1804 Guillaume Marie-Anne Brune: Comte d'Empire 1763 1815 1804 Louis Nicolas Davout

  4. During the French Revolution, the National Assembly (French: Assemblée nationale), which existed from 17 June 1789 to 29 September 1791, was a revolutionary assembly of the Kingdom of France formed by the representatives of the Third Estate (commoners) of the Estates-General.

  5. The elimination of the Hébertists and the Dantonists made evident the strength of the Committees to control and silence opposition. The creation in March 1794 of a General Police Bureau — reporting nominally to the Committee of Public Safety— served to increase the power of the Committee of Public Safety.

  6. The Coup d'état of 9 Thermidor or the Fall of Maximilien Robespierre refers to the series of events beginning with Maximilien Robespierre's address to the National Convention on 8 Thermidor Year II (26 July 1794), his arrest the next day, and his execution on 10 Thermidor Year II (28 July 1794).

  7. Country First French Empire Formation: 1804: Abolished: 1815: Marshal of the Empire was a civil dignity in the First French Empire between 1804 and 1815. The successor of the dignity, the Marshal of France, is a five-star rank with a NATO code of OF-10, equivalent to an Admiral of France in the French Navy.