François Christophe Edmond de Kellermann

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François Christophe Edmond de Kellermann, 3rd Duc de Valmy (1802-1868) was a distinguished statesman, political historian, and diplomat under the July Monarchy.[1]

He was the son of François Étienne de Kellermann and the grandson of marshal François Christophe de Kellermann.[1] Elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1842, he retired from politics in 1848. With his death the title became extinct.[citation needed]


  • De la force du droit et du droit de la force (1850)
  • Histoire de la campagne de 1800 (1854, written using his father's papers)
  • Le génie des peuples dans les arts (1867)


  1. ^ a b Chisholm 1911, p. 719.


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