Battle of Theiningen
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The Battle of Theiningen was a battle in Germany in 1796 during the War of the First Coalition in which the French army successfully retreated over the Rhine after being defeated by the Archduke Charles of Austria. The main contributor to that success was Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte.
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