Lannes can refer to:

  • Jean Lannes, duke of Montebello (1769-1809), Marshal of France
  • Lannes, Lot-et-Garonne, a commune in the Lot-et-Garonne département, in France
  • Lannes (province), a former Province of France
  • Henriette H. Lannes, central historical figure in the Gurdjieff Foundation

Other articles related to "lannes":

Battle Of Montebello (1800) - Background
... General of Division Jean Lannes moved south from Milan with his corps, seizing Pavia on 3 June and being initially repulsed by Piacenza's tiny 400-man garrison ... across the Po to the east of Piacenza while Lannes crossed the Po to the west of the city ... Murat then overran Piacenza while Lannes pushed O'Reilly back to the west ...
Lannes, Lot-et-Garonne - Geography
... The Osse forms the commune's eastern border. ...
Henriette H. Lannes
... Lannes or Madame Lannes (born 12 November 1899 in Puyoô, France died 28 May 1980 in Paris) Pupil of G ...
Louise Antoinette Lannes, Duchess Of Montebello
... Louise Antoinette Lannes, Duchess of Montebello (February 26, 1782, Paris – July 3, 1856, Paris) was the daughter of senator and financier François Scholastique, Count of Guéhéneuc. 16, 1800, age 18 at Dornes she married general Jean Lannes (1769-1809), being his second wife ... After the death of Jean Lannes, the eldest son Napoléon succeeded in his titles and three others who used the courtesy title of baron ...
Battle Of Pułtusk - Analysis
... Lannes claimed the Russians lost 2,000 killed, 3,000 wounded and 1,800 prisoners, a total of 6,800 Sir Robert Wilson, British liaison officer with the Russian army ... Lannes admitted 700 French killed and 1,500 wounded Russian authorities said the French losses were 7,000 killed and wounded and 70 prisoners ... On the French side, Lannes, Bonnard, Claparède, and Vedel were all wounded ...