Gardes Suisses

Gardes Suisses, a celebrated corps of the French army, formed in 1616 for defence of royalty, and numbering 2000. During the great Revolution they gallantly defended the Louvre, but were overawed and overpowered almost to annihilation by the infuriated Paris mob. “Their work to die, and they did it,” at that moment. The corps was finally disbanded in 1830.

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

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