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1910 New Catholic Dictionary
Rochambeau, Jean Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur, Coun
Marshal of France. Born in 1725 at Vendome, France; died in 1807 at ThorÃ©, France. Sent by the French king to the aid of Washington, he rendered important services in the American Revolution. During the French Revolution he commanded the army of the north, but when the Jacobins became supreme, he was forced to leave France. Napoleon granted him a pension; he spent his last years preparing his memoirs.
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the Sixth Week after Easter