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1812 in France

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1812 in France

Events from the year 1812 in France

Contents

Incumbents

  • Emperor – Napoleon I
  • Events

  • The Peninsular War (1807–1814)
  • 12 February – Metric system rescinded for everyday use
  • 24 June - 14 December – The French invasion of Russia
  • Arts and culture

  • The Charging Chasseur, painting by Théodore Géricault
  • Births

  • 4 January – Alexandre Monnet, bishop (died 1849)
  • 15 April – Théodore Rousseau, painter (died 1867)
  • 13 June – Adolphe Braun, photographer (died 1877)
  • 9 November – Paul Abadie, architect (died 1884)
  • Deaths

  • 13 February – Jacques Marie Boutet, actor and comic dramatist (born 1745)
  • 24 February – Étienne-Louis Malus, military officer, engineer, physicist, and mathematician (born 1775)
  • 24 July – Louis Thomas Villaret de Joyeuse, admiral (born 1747)
  • 30 August – Gabriel-Marie Legouvé, poet (born 1764)
  • 22 October – Alexis Joseph Delzons, general (born 1775)
  • 29 October – Emmanuel Maximilien-Joseph Guidal, general (born 1764)
  • 22 December – Pierre Henri Larcher, classical scholar and archaeologist (born 1726)
  • Exact date missing

  • Jean Baptiste Eblé, general (born 1758).
  • References

    1812 in France Wikipedia


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