Maurice-Paul-Emmanuel Sarrail (6 April 1856 – 23 March 1929) was a French general of the First World War. Sarrail's openly socialist political connections made him a rarity amongst the Catholics, conservatives and monarchists who dominated the French Army officer corps under the Third Republic before the war, and were the main reason why he was appointed to command at Salonika. Sarrail was dismissed from his Salonika command in December 1917. He later played a role in the French suppression of the Great Syrian Revolt in the mid 1920s.

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  • موريس ساراي (بالفرنسية:Maurice Paul Emmanuel Sarrail)، ضابط رفيع في الجيش الفرنسي شارك في الحرب العالمية الأولى، وثالث المفوض السامي العسكري انتدبته فرنسا لحكم سوريا ولبنان من نوفمبر 1924 إلى 23 ديسمبر 1925، ولد في العام 1856 وتوفي في العام 1929، اتّسم عهده في لبنان وسوريا بالقسوة والعنف مما ادى إلى نشوء ثورات وردات فعل قاسية. (ar)
  • Maurice Paul Emmanuel Sarrail, né à Carcassonne le 6 avril 1856 et mort à Paris le 23 mars 1929, est un militaire français ayant commandé durant la Première Guerre mondiale. (fr)
  • Paul Maurice Emmanuel Sarrail (* 6. April 1856 in Carcassonne, Südfrankreich; † 23. März 1929 in Paris) war ein französischer General des Ersten Weltkrieges. Bekanntheit erlangte er als erfolgloser Oberbefehlshaber der alliierten Heeresgruppe an der Front in Makedonien. (de)
  • Maurice-Paul-Emmanuel Sarrail (Carcassonne, 6 april 1856 – Parijs, 23 maart 1929) was een Frans generaal in de Eerste Wereldoorlog. (nl)
  • Maurice-Paul-Emmanuel Sarrail (6 April 1856 – 23 March 1929) was a French general of the First World War. Sarrail's openly socialist political connections made him a rarity amongst the Catholics, conservatives and monarchists who dominated the French Army officer corps under the Third Republic before the war, and were the main reason why he was appointed to command at Salonika. At the start of the war, Sarrail commanded VI Corps then Third Army in the Ardennes and around Verdun, where his army played an important role in the final stages of the First Battle of the Marne and where he took the credit for holding Verdun (later the site of an important battle in 1916). He was dismissed for poor leadership, amidst political uproar, in July 1915. The Salonika campaign - chosen out of several strategic options presented by Sarrail - was intended originally to support Serbia, with Bulgaria entering the war on the side of the Central Powers, and later (as the Gallipoli campaign was winding down) to provide a chance for France to assert her economic and political influence over Greece and the declining Ottoman Empire. Sarrail ended up commanding a multinational Allied force amidst political intrigue and a state of near civil war in Greece, whose King Constantine was pro-German, whilst the Prime Minister Venizelos was pro-Allied and also keen to gain territory off the Turks in western Anatolia. Despite a number of offensives, Sarrail's forces did not succeed either in conquering Bulgaria or in preventing the Central Powers' conquest of Serbia in 1915 or Romania in 1916. Sarrail was dismissed from his Salonika command in December 1917. He later played a role in the French suppression of the Great Syrian Revolt in the mid 1920s. (en)
  • Maurice-Paul-Emmanuel Sarrail (ur. 6 kwietnia 1856 w Carcassonne, zm. 23 marca 1929 w Paryżu) – polityk i generał francuski, dowódca z okresu I wojny światowej. (pl)
  • Мори́с Сарра́й (6 апреля 1856—1929) — французский военный деятель, дивизионный генерал (1911), участник Первой мировой войны. (ru)
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  • موريس ساراي (بالفرنسية:Maurice Paul Emmanuel Sarrail)، ضابط رفيع في الجيش الفرنسي شارك في الحرب العالمية الأولى، وثالث المفوض السامي العسكري انتدبته فرنسا لحكم سوريا ولبنان من نوفمبر 1924 إلى 23 ديسمبر 1925، ولد في العام 1856 وتوفي في العام 1929، اتّسم عهده في لبنان وسوريا بالقسوة والعنف مما ادى إلى نشوء ثورات وردات فعل قاسية. (ar)
  • Maurice Paul Emmanuel Sarrail, né à Carcassonne le 6 avril 1856 et mort à Paris le 23 mars 1929, est un militaire français ayant commandé durant la Première Guerre mondiale. (fr)
  • Paul Maurice Emmanuel Sarrail (* 6. April 1856 in Carcassonne, Südfrankreich; † 23. März 1929 in Paris) war ein französischer General des Ersten Weltkrieges. Bekanntheit erlangte er als erfolgloser Oberbefehlshaber der alliierten Heeresgruppe an der Front in Makedonien. (de)
  • Maurice-Paul-Emmanuel Sarrail (Carcassonne, 6 april 1856 – Parijs, 23 maart 1929) was een Frans generaal in de Eerste Wereldoorlog. (nl)
  • Maurice-Paul-Emmanuel Sarrail (ur. 6 kwietnia 1856 w Carcassonne, zm. 23 marca 1929 w Paryżu) – polityk i generał francuski, dowódca z okresu I wojny światowej. (pl)
  • Мори́с Сарра́й (6 апреля 1856—1929) — французский военный деятель, дивизионный генерал (1911), участник Первой мировой войны. (ru)
  • Maurice-Paul-Emmanuel Sarrail (6 April 1856 – 23 March 1929) was a French general of the First World War. Sarrail's openly socialist political connections made him a rarity amongst the Catholics, conservatives and monarchists who dominated the French Army officer corps under the Third Republic before the war, and were the main reason why he was appointed to command at Salonika. Sarrail was dismissed from his Salonika command in December 1917. He later played a role in the French suppression of the Great Syrian Revolt in the mid 1920s. (en)
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  • موريس بول ساراي (ar)
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  • Саррай, Морис (ru)
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