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Johann Maria Philipp Frimont, Count of Palota, Prince of Antrodoco (3 February 1759 – 26 December 1831) was an Austrian general. Frimont was born at Fénétrange, in what is now French Lorraine. He entered the Austrian cavalry as a trooper in 1776, won his commission in the War of the Bavarian Succession, and took part in the Turkish wars and in the early campaigns against the French Revolutionary armies, in which he frequently earned distinction.

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  • Jan Maria Filip hrabě Frimont z Paloty, kníže d'Antrodocco (Johann Maria Philipp Graf Frimont von Palota, Fürst / Principe d'Antrodocco) (3. ledna 1759, Fénétrange, Lotrinsko – 26. prosince 1831, Vídeň) byl rakouský generál francouzského původu. Do rakouské armády vstoupil v sedmnácti letech jako vojín, později se vyznamenal ve válkách proti Francii jako velitel jezdeckých oddílů. V závěru napoleonských válek dosáhl hodnosti generála kavalerie (1813), poté působil jako vrchní velitel v italských provinciích Rakouského císařství. V Itálii obdržel titul knížete (1821), v Rakousku byl povýšen na hraběte a získal statky v Uhrách. V závěru své kariéry byl povolán do funkce prezidenta Dvorské válečné rady (1831), zemřel však několik týdnů poté. (cs)
  • Johann Maria Philipp Frimont, Graf von Palota, Fürst von Antrodoco; (* 3. Februar 1759 in Finstingen, Lothringen; † 26. Dezember 1831 in Wien), war ein österreichischer Kavalleriegeneral. (de)
  • Johann Maria Philipp Frimont, Count of Palota, Prince of Antrodoco (3 February 1759 – 26 December 1831) was an Austrian general. Frimont was born at Fénétrange, in what is now French Lorraine. He entered the Austrian cavalry as a trooper in 1776, won his commission in the War of the Bavarian Succession, and took part in the Turkish wars and in the early campaigns against the French Revolutionary armies, in which he frequently earned distinction. At Frankenthal in 1796 he won the Military Order of Maria Theresa. In the campaign of 1800 he distinguished himself greatly as a cavalry leader at Marengo (14 June), and in the next year became major-general. In the war of 1805 he was again employed in Italy and won further renown by his gallantry at the battle of Caldiero. In 1809 he again saw active service in Italy under the Archduke John in the rank of lieutenant field marshal, serving in Chasteler's Corps at 1st Sacile 15–16 April, and Caldiero (Soave). He commanded the rearguard at the Piave, but was defeated at 2nd Sacile and at Saint Daniel 11 May. He commanded the Reserve Corps at the Battle of Raab 14 June. In 1812 Frimont led the cavalry of Schwarzenberg's corps in the Russian campaign, serving at the action at Gorodetschna (Podobna, Prujany) 12 August. He replaced Schwarzenberg as commander in January 1813. In 1813 he commanded V Armeekorps under Hiller in Italy, serving at Caldiero 15 November. After the Treaty of Paris (1814) he became military governor in Mainz. In 1815 he was commander-in-chief of the Austrian campaign in Italy, and his army penetrated France as far as Lyon, which was entered on 11 July. With the army of occupation he remained in France for some years, and in 1819 he commanded at Venice. In 1821 he led the Austrian army which was employed against the Neapolitan rebels, and by 24 March he had victoriously entered Naples. His reward from King Ferdinand of Naples was the title of prince of Antrodoco and a handsome sum of money, and from his own master the rank of general of cavalry. After this he commanded in North Italy, and was called upon to deal with many outbreaks of the Italian patriots. He became president of the Aulic council in 1831, but died a few months later at Vienna. (en)
  • Jean Philippe Marie de Frimont, comte de Palota, prince d'Antrodoco (1759-1831), est un général de l'empire d'Autriche. En 1831, il fut nommé à la présidence du Hofkriegsrat, le Conseil de guerre de l'Autriche. (fr)
  • Johann Maria Philipp Frimont (Finstingen, 3 febbraio 1759 – Vienna, 26 dicembre 1831) è stato un generale, politico e nobile austriaco in seguito nominato Conte di Palota (Oradea Romania) e Principe di Antrodoco. (it)
  • Johann Maria Philipp Frimont, greve av Palota, furste av Antrodocco, född 3 februari 1759, död 26 december 1831, var en österrikisk militär. I krigen mot turkarna och fransmännen utmärkte sig Frimont genom djärvhet och beslutsamhet och blev 1813 general vid kavalleriet. 1815 besegrade han som österrikisk överbefälhavare i Italien Joachim Murat och inträngde därifrån i Sydfrankrike, besegrade Louis Gabriel Suchet och besatte Lyon. 1821 slog Frimont ned upproret i Neapel och belönades därför av Ferdinand I av Bägge Sicilierna med furstetiteln. 1831 slog han ned resningen i norra Italien, och blev samma år president i hovkrigsrådet. (sv)
  • Иоганн Мария Филипп Фримон, граф Палота, князь Антрадокко (нем. johann Maria Philipp Frimont, graf von Palota, fürst von Antrodocco; 3 февраля 1759 — 26 декабря 1831) — австрийский генерал от кавалерии, правитель Ломбардии и Венеции, председатель военного совета Австрийской империи. (ru)
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  • Jan Maria Filip hrabě Frimont z Paloty, kníže d'Antrodocco (Johann Maria Philipp Graf Frimont von Palota, Fürst / Principe d'Antrodocco) (3. ledna 1759, Fénétrange, Lotrinsko – 26. prosince 1831, Vídeň) byl rakouský generál francouzského původu. Do rakouské armády vstoupil v sedmnácti letech jako vojín, později se vyznamenal ve válkách proti Francii jako velitel jezdeckých oddílů. V závěru napoleonských válek dosáhl hodnosti generála kavalerie (1813), poté působil jako vrchní velitel v italských provinciích Rakouského císařství. V Itálii obdržel titul knížete (1821), v Rakousku byl povýšen na hraběte a získal statky v Uhrách. V závěru své kariéry byl povolán do funkce prezidenta Dvorské válečné rady (1831), zemřel však několik týdnů poté. (cs)
  • Johann Maria Philipp Frimont, Graf von Palota, Fürst von Antrodoco; (* 3. Februar 1759 in Finstingen, Lothringen; † 26. Dezember 1831 in Wien), war ein österreichischer Kavalleriegeneral. (de)
  • Jean Philippe Marie de Frimont, comte de Palota, prince d'Antrodoco (1759-1831), est un général de l'empire d'Autriche. En 1831, il fut nommé à la présidence du Hofkriegsrat, le Conseil de guerre de l'Autriche. (fr)
  • Johann Maria Philipp Frimont (Finstingen, 3 febbraio 1759 – Vienna, 26 dicembre 1831) è stato un generale, politico e nobile austriaco in seguito nominato Conte di Palota (Oradea Romania) e Principe di Antrodoco. (it)
  • Johann Maria Philipp Frimont, greve av Palota, furste av Antrodocco, född 3 februari 1759, död 26 december 1831, var en österrikisk militär. I krigen mot turkarna och fransmännen utmärkte sig Frimont genom djärvhet och beslutsamhet och blev 1813 general vid kavalleriet. 1815 besegrade han som österrikisk överbefälhavare i Italien Joachim Murat och inträngde därifrån i Sydfrankrike, besegrade Louis Gabriel Suchet och besatte Lyon. 1821 slog Frimont ned upproret i Neapel och belönades därför av Ferdinand I av Bägge Sicilierna med furstetiteln. 1831 slog han ned resningen i norra Italien, och blev samma år president i hovkrigsrådet. (sv)
  • Иоганн Мария Филипп Фримон, граф Палота, князь Антрадокко (нем. johann Maria Philipp Frimont, graf von Palota, fürst von Antrodocco; 3 февраля 1759 — 26 декабря 1831) — австрийский генерал от кавалерии, правитель Ломбардии и Венеции, председатель военного совета Австрийской империи. (ru)
  • Johann Maria Philipp Frimont, Count of Palota, Prince of Antrodoco (3 February 1759 – 26 December 1831) was an Austrian general. Frimont was born at Fénétrange, in what is now French Lorraine. He entered the Austrian cavalry as a trooper in 1776, won his commission in the War of the Bavarian Succession, and took part in the Turkish wars and in the early campaigns against the French Revolutionary armies, in which he frequently earned distinction. (en)
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  • Jan Filip Frimont (cs)
  • Johann Maria Philipp Frimont von Palota (de)
  • Johann Maria Philipp Frimont (en)
  • Johann Maria Philipp Frimont (fr)
  • Johann Maria Philipp Frimont (it)
  • Фримон, Иоганн Мария Филипп (ru)
  • Johann Maria Frimont (sv)
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