Charles-Frédéric, comte Reinhard (born Karl Friedrich Reinhard; 2 October 1761 – 25 December 1837) was a Württembergian-born French diplomat, essayist, and politician who briefly served as the Consulate's Minister of Foreign Affairs in 1799. A Girondist during the early stages of the French Revolution, he was dispatched to several countries before and after his ministerial mandate. In 1806-1807, he was appointed Consul and Resident to Moldavia, and subsequently arrested by the Russian Empire for one year. Reinhard was promoted under the Bourbon Restoration governments, which he represented to the German Confederation, and continued his political career under the July Monarchy.

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  • Karl Friedrich Reinhard, frz. Charles Frédéric, comte Reinhard, (* 2. Oktober 1761 in Schorndorf, Württemberg; † 25. Dezember 1837 in Paris) war ein französischer Diplomat, Staatsmann und Schriftsteller deutscher Herkunft. Talleyrand nannte ihn „Das Geschenk Tübingens an Frankreich“. (de)
  • Charles-Frédéric Reinhard, de son nom de naissance Karl Friedrich Reinhard, né à Schorndorf le 2 octobre 1761 et mort à Paris le 25 décembre 1837, est un diplomate et homme politique français d’origine allemande. (fr)
  • Charles-Frédéric, comte Reinhard (born Karl Friedrich Reinhard; 2 October 1761 – 25 December 1837) was a Württembergian-born French diplomat, essayist, and politician who briefly served as the Consulate's Minister of Foreign Affairs in 1799. A Girondist during the early stages of the French Revolution, he was dispatched to several countries before and after his ministerial mandate. In 1806-1807, he was appointed Consul and Resident to Moldavia, and subsequently arrested by the Russian Empire for one year. Reinhard was promoted under the Bourbon Restoration governments, which he represented to the German Confederation, and continued his political career under the July Monarchy. (en)
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  • Christine Reimarus
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  • Karl Friedrich Reinhard, frz. Charles Frédéric, comte Reinhard, (* 2. Oktober 1761 in Schorndorf, Württemberg; † 25. Dezember 1837 in Paris) war ein französischer Diplomat, Staatsmann und Schriftsteller deutscher Herkunft. Talleyrand nannte ihn „Das Geschenk Tübingens an Frankreich“. (de)
  • Charles-Frédéric Reinhard, de son nom de naissance Karl Friedrich Reinhard, né à Schorndorf le 2 octobre 1761 et mort à Paris le 25 décembre 1837, est un diplomate et homme politique français d’origine allemande. (fr)
  • Charles-Frédéric, comte Reinhard (born Karl Friedrich Reinhard; 2 October 1761 – 25 December 1837) was a Württembergian-born French diplomat, essayist, and politician who briefly served as the Consulate's Minister of Foreign Affairs in 1799. A Girondist during the early stages of the French Revolution, he was dispatched to several countries before and after his ministerial mandate. In 1806-1807, he was appointed Consul and Resident to Moldavia, and subsequently arrested by the Russian Empire for one year. Reinhard was promoted under the Bourbon Restoration governments, which he represented to the German Confederation, and continued his political career under the July Monarchy. (en)
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  • Karl Friedrich Reinhard (de)
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  • Charles-Frédéric Reinhard (en)
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