Brune, Guillaume-Marie-Anne, 1763-1815

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Brune was one of Napoleon Bonaparte's marshals and the ambassador to Turkey. He was the commander of many armies for Bonaparte, with whom he fell in and out of favor. Brune was finally murdered in the streets of Avignon by Royalists in 1815.

From the description of Papers as French ambassador to Turkey, 1803-1805. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 78504040

From the guide to the Guillaume-Marie-Anne Brune papers as French ambassador to Turkey, 1803-1805., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University)

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associatedWith Briden, M., person
associatedWith Buhl, Theodore D., person
associatedWith France. Ambassade (Turkey). corporateBody
associatedWith Hoffman, William Henry, 1867-1916 person
correspondedWith Talleyrand. person
associatedWith Talleyrand-Périgord, Alexandre Angélique de, cardinal, 1736- 1821, person
associatedWith Taylor, Orla Benedict, 1865-1945, person
Place Name Admin Code Country
France
Turkey
Subject
Diplomatic and consular service, Turkish--History--19th century
Occupation
Diplomats
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Birth 1763-05-13

Death 1815-08-02

French

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