Person    | Male  Born 6/4/1725  Died 5/2/1807

General Pasquale Paoli

Categories: Nationalism

Countries: Corsica

Fought to free Corsica from France. Born Corsica. Exiled in London 1770 - 1780 and again 1795 until his death in London. At the Burdett-Coutts memorial, where his name is given as "Paschalis de Paoli of Corsica" you can read why his bones were dug up, and then in 1889, returned to Corsica and reburied there.

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General Pasquale Paoli

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Burdett-Coutts Memorial Sundial

This elaborate piece of high Victoriana was designed by George Highton of Bri...

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Paoli

City of Westminster General Pasquale Paoli, 1725 - 1807, who fought tireless...

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