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PHILIPPE, FÉLIX:

French army officer; born 1825; died in Paris July 23, 1848. A lieutenant and instructor in artillery in the National Guard, he was entrusted with the defense of the Hotel-de-Ville at Paris during the Revolution of 1848. He was fatally wounded in a conflict with the Revolutionists on June 24, 1848. A monument to his memory was raised by the Jews of France.

Bibliography:
  • Arch. Isr. 1848, pp. 410-413.
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