Jean Étienne Vachier dit Championnet est un général français né à Alixan, près de Valence, le 14 avril 1762 et mort à Antibes (Alpes-Maritimes) le 9 janvier 1800.↑ Acte de naissance, registre des baptêmes, mariages et sépultures (1760-1769) de la paroisse Saint-Jean de Valence, p.85 (feuillet 21), sur le site des Archives départementales de la Drôme.

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  • Jean Étienne Vachier dit Championnet est un général français né à Alixan, près de Valence, le 14 avril 1762 et mort à Antibes (Alpes-Maritimes) le 9 janvier 1800.
  • Жан Этьен Вашье Шампионне (фр. Jean Etienne Vachier Championnet, 1762—1800) — французский генерал, участник войн революционной Франции.
  • Jean Antoine Étienne Vachier detto Championnet (Valence, 13 aprile 1762 – Antibes, 9 gennaio 1800) è stato un generale francese, protagonista in Italia della difesa della Repubblica Romana e della nascita di quella partenopea.
  • Jean-Étienne Vachier, genannt Championnet (* 13. April 1762 in Valence, Département Drôme, Frankreich; † 9. Januar 1800 in Antibes, Frankreich) war ein französischer General.
  • Jean Étienne Vachier, called Championnet (13 April 1762, Alixan, Drôme - 9 January 1800), French general, enlisted in the army at an early age and served in the Great Siege of Gibraltar.When the Revolution broke out he took a prominent part in the movement, and was elected by the men of a battalion to command them. In May 1793 he was charged with the suppression of the disturbances in the Jura, which he quelled without bloodshed. Under Pichegru he took part in the Rhine campaign of that year as a brigade commander, and at Weissenburg and in the Palatinate won the warm commendation of Lazare Hoche.At Fleurus his stubborn fighting in the centre of the field contributed greatly to Jourdan's victory. In the subsequent campaigns he commanded the left wing ‘of the French armies on the Rhine between Neuwied and Düsseldorf, and took a great part in all the successful and unsuccessful expeditions to the Lahn and the Main.In 1798 Championnet was named commander-in-chief of the "army of Rome" which was protecting the infant Roman republic against the Neapolitan court and the British fleet. Nominally 32,000 strong, the army scarcely numbered 8000 effectives, with a bare fifteen cartridges per man. The Austrian general Mack had a tenfold superiority in numbers, but Championnet so well held his own that he ended by capturing Naples itself and there setting up the Parthenopaean Republic. But his intense earnestness and intolerance of opposition, plus his penchant for looting and an unwillingness to curb atrocities by his troops, soon embroiled him with the civilians. He became involved in an unseemly quarrel with Guillaume-Charles Faipoult, one of the “Representatives on mission” (political commissar), was relieved, and subsequently imprisoned for a short time. The following year, however, saw him again in the field as commander-in-chief of the "army of the Alps." This, too, was at first a mere paper force, but after three months' hard work it was able to take the field. The campaign which followed was uniformly unsuccessful, and, worn out by the unequal struggle, Championnet died at Antibes. In 1848 a statue was erected in his honour at Valence.The figure of General Championnet is linked to the traditional carnival of Frosinone where the puppet representing the general is carried around the streets of the city and then given to the flames.
  • Jean Étienne Vachier, chamado de Championnet (Alixan, Drôme, 13 de Abril de 1762, - Antibes, 9 de Janeiro de 1800), foi um general francês que participou no Grande Cerco de Gibraltar.Quando a Revolução Francesa teve início, Championnet teve um papel activo no movimento, sendo eleito pelos homens de um batalhão o seu comandante. Em Maio de 1793, foi o responsável por impor a ordem em Jura, sem derramamento de sangue. Sob as ordens do general Jean-Charles Pichegru, participou na campanha do Reno no posto de brigadeiro e, em Weissenburg e Palatinate recebe a comenda de Lazare Hoche.Em Fleurus, a sua forma aguerrida de combate, contribuiu para a vitória de Jourdan. Nas campanhas seguintes, comandou a ala esquerda dos exércitos franceses do Reno entre Neuwied e Dusseldorf, e fez parte das expedições, bem e mal-sucedidas, de Lahn e Main.Em 1798, Championnet foi nomeado Comandante-em-Chefe do "Exército de Roma" que protegia a jovem rebública romana contra a corte napolitana e a frota britânica. Este exército era constituído por 8.000 efectivos, fracamente armados. O General austríaco Karl Mack von Leiberich liderava um exército muito superior em homens, mas mesmo assim Championnet consegue capturar Nápoles, implementando aí República Napolitana.
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  • Jean Étienne Vachier dit Championnet est un général français né à Alixan, près de Valence, le 14 avril 1762 et mort à Antibes (Alpes-Maritimes) le 9 janvier 1800.↑ Acte de naissance, registre des baptêmes, mariages et sépultures (1760-1769) de la paroisse Saint-Jean de Valence, p.85 (feuillet 21), sur le site des Archives départementales de la Drôme.
  • Жан Этьен Вашье Шампионне (фр. Jean Etienne Vachier Championnet, 1762—1800) — французский генерал, участник войн революционной Франции.
  • Jean Antoine Étienne Vachier detto Championnet (Valence, 13 aprile 1762 – Antibes, 9 gennaio 1800) è stato un generale francese, protagonista in Italia della difesa della Repubblica Romana e della nascita di quella partenopea.
  • Jean-Étienne Vachier, genannt Championnet (* 13. April 1762 in Valence, Département Drôme, Frankreich; † 9. Januar 1800 in Antibes, Frankreich) war ein französischer General.
  • Jean Étienne Vachier, chamado de Championnet (Alixan, Drôme, 13 de Abril de 1762, - Antibes, 9 de Janeiro de 1800), foi um general francês que participou no Grande Cerco de Gibraltar.Quando a Revolução Francesa teve início, Championnet teve um papel activo no movimento, sendo eleito pelos homens de um batalhão o seu comandante. Em Maio de 1793, foi o responsável por impor a ordem em Jura, sem derramamento de sangue.
  • Jean Étienne Vachier, called Championnet (13 April 1762, Alixan, Drôme - 9 January 1800), French general, enlisted in the army at an early age and served in the Great Siege of Gibraltar.When the Revolution broke out he took a prominent part in the movement, and was elected by the men of a battalion to command them. In May 1793 he was charged with the suppression of the disturbances in the Jura, which he quelled without bloodshed.
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