- Jean Bap·tiste Do·na·tien de Vi·meur [zhahn ba-teest daw-na-syan duh vee-mœr] /ʒɑ̃ baˈtist dɔ naˈsyɛ̃ də viˈmœr/, Count de,1725–1807, French general: marshal of France 1791–1807; commander of the French army in the American Revolution.
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Examples from the Web for rochambeau
It was the very reason why my husband told me that Rochambeau was so near.
“Is it possible that Rochambeau should be in the way,” asked Thérèse.
"These people are at the end of their resources," wrote Rochambeau in March.Washington and his Comrades in Arms
After breakfast, Washington went on with Rochambeau to the fort.George Washington
Calista McCabe Courtenay
It lives because it fought at Yorktown side by side with Rochambeau and his Frenchmen.Our Part in the Great War