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  1. Michel-Joseph Maunoury (17 December 1847 – 28 March 1923) was a commander of French forces in the early days of World War I who was posthumously elevated to the dignity of Marshal of France.

  2. Michel Joseph Maunoury, né le 17 décembre 1847 à Maintenon ( Eure-et-Loir) 1 et mort le 28 mars 1923 à Artenay ( Loiret ), est un général de division français, élevé à la dignité de maréchal de France à titre posthume trois jours après sa mort.

  3. Michel-Joseph Maunoury. In August and September 1914 as the Allies retreated before the German advance, French Commander Joseph Joffre reconfigured his forces. The left end of the French line was held by General Lanrezac and the French Fifth Army.

  4. The French 6th Army, under M.-J. Maunoury, forewarned by Gallieni, had actually begun attacking on September 5, and its pressure caused Kluck finally to engage the whole 1st Army in support of his right flank when he was still no farther up the Marne valley than Meaux, with nothing but….

  5. 14 de jul. de 2018 · En la mañana del 6 de septiembre de 1914, el 6to ejército francés dirigido por el general Michel-Joseph Maunoury atacó inesperadamente el flanco del 1er ejército alemán bajo las órdenes del general Alexander von Kluck.

  6. Michel-Joseph Maunoury was a commander of French forces in the early days of World War I. Background. Maunoury was born on 17 December 1847 in Maintenon, France. Education. He graduated from the Ecole polytechnique and, as a young artillery lieutenant, fought with distinction in the defense of Paris during the Franco-Prussian War, 1870/1871. Career

  7. Recalled from retirement at the age of 67 in August 1914 to lead the so-called 'Army of Lorraine', General Michel-Joseph Maunoury's (1847-1923) place in history was assured in a quite different region of the front, one much closer to home near Paris, during the First Battle of the Marne.