Definition of Marseillaise. Meaning of Marseillaise. Synonyms of Marseillaise

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Definition of Marseillaise

Marseillaise
Marseillais Mar`sei`llais", n. m. Marseillaise Mar`sei`llaise", n. f.[F.] A native or inhabitant of Marseilles.

Meaning of Marseillaise from wikipedia

- "La M****illaise" is the national anthem of France. The song was written in 1792 by Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle in Strasbourg after the declaration of...
- during the night of 22 May 1885. The sword carried by the Republic in the M****illaise relief broke off on the day, it is said, that the Battle of Verdun began...
- The Worker's M****illaise (Russian: Рабочая Марсельеза, tr. Rabochaya M****l'yeza, IPA: [rɐˈbot͡ɕɪjə mərsʲɪˈlʲjezə]) is a Russian revolutionary song set...
- Deutsche Arbeiter-M****illaise (English: German Worker M****illaise) is a song written in 1864 by Jacob Audorf for the General German Workers' ****ociation...
- La M****illaise is the name of the national anthem of France. La M****illaise may also refer to: La m****illaise de la Commune, a version of La M****illaise...
- "Belarusian M****illaise" (Belarusian: «Беларуская Марсельеза») has been used to refer to two Belarusian patriotic songs. Above all, "Belarusian M****illaise" is...
- La M****illaise de la Commune is a version of La M****illaise that was created and used by the Paris Commune in 1871. French lyrics Français! Ne soyons...
- La M****illaise des Blancs (English: The M****ille [Song] of the Whites) is a royalist and Catholic adaptation of what has been used as the national anthem...
- Echoes of the M****illaise: Two Centuries Look Back on the French Revolution is a book by Eric Hobsbawm first published in 1990 by Verso Books. It was...
- guerre pour l'armée du Rhin in 1792, which would later be known as La M****illaise and become the French national anthem. Rouget de Lisle was born at Lons-le-Saunier...
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