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Joinville, François-Ferdinand-Philippe-Louis-Marie d'Orléans ¬de¬

Record IDcnp00545865
URIhttp://thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cnp00545865
Biographical Data1818 - 1900
Last Edit2008-09-02

General Note

Franz. Seeoffizier; Prince d'Orléans; Sohn von König Louis Philippe von Frankreich, der 1848 den Thron aufgab.
Prince

More Information

Further Biographical Data1818-1900
ActivityPersonen zu politischer Theorie, Militär (8.4p) (sswd)
Marineoffizier (gnd)
Soldat (gnd)
CountryFrankreich
Geographic NoteFR (iso3166)

Related Entries

See alsoLouis Philippe, Frankreich, König, 1773-1850
Beziehung familiaer. -- Vater

Names

HeadingJoinville, François-Ferdinand-Philippe-Louis-Marie d'Orléans ¬de¬
used in: Personal Names Authority File (PND), Germany
Variant NameD'Orléans, François-Ferdinand-Philippe-Louis-Marie
François Ferdinand Philippe Louis Marie, d'Orléans
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Joinville, François Ferdinand ¬de¬
Joinville, François Ferdinand Philippe Louis Marie D'Orléans ¬de¬
Joinville, François Ferdinand Philippe Louis Marie d'Orléans, prince de
Joinville, François Ferdinand Philippe d'Orléans ¬de¬
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Joinville, François Ferdinand Philippe d'Orléans, prince de
Joinville, François d'Orleans ¬de¬
Joinville, François-Ferdinand ¬de¬
Joinville, François-Ferdinand-Philippe-Louis-Marie d'Orléans, prince de
Joinville, prince de
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Orléans, François Ferdinand Philippe ¬d'¬
Orléans, François-Ferdinand-Philippe-Louis-Marie ¬d'¬
Orléans de Joinville, François-Ferdinand-Philippe-Louis-Marie ¬d'¬
PseudonymColonel Lutherod
Pseudonym
Lutherod, ..., Colonel
Pseudonym

Sources

Found inLCAuth
Imprint SourcesGuerre d'Amérique. - 1872
Sadowa. - 1868
Vieux Souvenirs 1818 - 1848. - 1894