Garde Nationale

Garde Nationale, of France, a body of armed citizens organised in Paris in 1789 for the defence of the citizen interest, and soon by extensions throughout the country became a force of great national importance; the colours they adopted were the famous tricolor of red, white, and blue, and their first commandant was Lafayette. In 1795 they helped to repress the Paris mob, and under Napoleon were retained in service. They played a prominent part in the Revolutions of 1830 and 1848, supporting the revolutionists; but in 1852 their powers were curtailed, and in 1871 they were dissolved by the National Assembly.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Ganymedes
Gao
Garay, János
Garcia, Manuel
Garcias, Don Pedro
Garcilaso
Garcilaso de la Vega
Garcin de Tassy
Gard
Garda, Lago di
Garde Nationale
Gardes Suisses
Gardiner, Colonel James
Gairdner, James
Gardiner, Samuel Rawson
Gardiner, Stephen
Garfield, James Abram
Gargantua
Garibaldi
Garment of God, Living
Garnet