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Jean-Pierre Ramel (the younger) (1768 in Cahors – 15 August 1815 in Toulouse) was a French general during the French Revolutionary Wars and the First French Empire. Following the defeat of Napoleon I, he was assassinated by royalists in Toulouse during the Second White Terror. His older brother, Jean-Pierre Ramel (the elder), born in 1761, had been a deputy of the French Parliament and had worked on the Constitution.

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Uniform title: Journal de l'adjudant-général Ramel. English
by Ramel, Jean Pierre, 1768-1815
Hambourg [i.e. London] : et se trouve à Londres, chez J. Wright, 1799
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