Army of the Rhine (France)
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- "Army of the Rhine" and "Army Of The Rhine" redirect here. For the British Army force of that name, see British Army of the Rhine.
The Army of the Rhine (Armée du Rhin) is the name given to various French military forces during different periods.
The Army of the Rhine (Armée du Rhin) is the overall name for one of the main French Revolutionary armies, that operated in the German theatre along the River Rhine. La Marseillaise, the French national anthem, was initially titled Chant de guerre pour l'Armée du Rhin (War Song for the Army of the Rhine) and dedicated to Nicolas Luckner, the army's commander at the time.
An army of the Bourbon Restoration bore this name.
Second French Empire
Occupation of the Rhineland (1919 - 1930)
People known to have served in this Armée include:
- General Baraguey d'Hilliers
- General Custine
- Antoine Marie Chamans de Lavalette
- The utopian socialist Charles Fourier (1794–1795)
- General Victor Claude Alexandre Fanneau de Lahorie
- Jean Théophile Victor Leclerc
- General Louis-Théobald Ihler
- General François-Joseph Offenstein
- Captain Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle writer of La Marseillaise
- General Charles Pichegru
- C. Clerget: Tableaux des armées françaises pendant les guerres de la Révolution (Librairie militaire 1905).
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