Joachim Haspinger

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Joachim Haspinger.

Johann Simon Haspinger (28 October 1776 - 12 January 1858) was a Capuchin priest and a leader of the Tyrolean Rebellion against the French and Bavarian occupation forces during the Napoleonic War of the Fifth Coalition.

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