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English: Statue of Pierre Cambronne, general of the Garde Impériale at Waterloo (sculpture by Jean Debay, 1848). He is famous for having replied to the British general Colville (according to the legend): La Garde meurt et ne se rend pas ! (the Garde dies and does not surrender). Actually, he didn't die and did surrender, but the sentence is still engraved on the pedestal of its statue in Nantes, its natal city. When Colville insisted, Cambronne is known to have answered Merde !, the interjection being then known as the Word of Cambronne. He always denied having said any of that.
Español: Estatua de Pierre Cambronne, general de la Guardia Imperial en Waterloo (escultura de Jean Debay hijo, 1848). Es famoso por haber respondido al general británico Colville (según la leyenda): La Garde meurt et ne se rend pas ! ("La Guardia puede morir, pero no se rinde". ). Actualmente, no murió y se rindió, pero la sentencia todavía permanece gravada en el pedestal de su estatua de Nantes, su ciudad natal. Cuando Colville insistió, Cambronne parece ser que respondió Merde !,la interjección fue tomada por la palabra de Cambronne. Él siempre negó haber dicho esto.
Français : Statue de Pierre Cambronne, général de la Garde Impériale à Waterloo (sculpture de Jean Debay, 1848). Selon la légende, il aurait répondu au général britannique Charles Colville : « La Garde meurt et ne se rend pas ! ». Bien qu'il ne soit pas mort et qu'il se soit rendu, la phrase est tout de même gravée sur le socle de sa statue à Nantes, sa ville natale. Lorsque Colville insista, Cambronne aurait répondu « Merde ! », interjection dorénavant connue sous le nom de « mot de Cambronne ». Il a toujours nié avoir prononcé ces phrases.
Polski: Pomnik Pierre Cambronne w Nantes (rzeźbiarz: Jean Debay, 1848). Cambronnowi przypisuje się legendarne zdanie: Gwardia umiera ale nie poddaje się! wypowiedziane pod Waterloo, chociaż według relacji świadków było to w rzczywistości przekleństwo.
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Statue of Pierre Cambronne, general of the Garde Impériale at Waterloo (sculpture by Jean Debay, 1848). He is famous for having replied to the British general Colville (according to the legend): La Garde meurt et ne se rend pas ! (the Garde dies and does not surrender). Actually, he didn't die and did surrender, but the sentence is still engraved on the pedestal of its statue in Nantes, its natal city. When Colville insisted, Cambronne is known to have answered Merde !, the interjection being then known as the Word of Cambronne. He always denied having said any of that. Español: Estatua de Pierre Cambronne, general de la Guardia Imperial en Waterloo (escultura de Jean Debay hijo, 1848). Es famoso por haber respondido al general británico Colville (según la leyenda): La Garde meurt et ne se rend pas ! ("La Guardia puede morir, pero no se rinde". ). Actualmente, no murió y se rindió, pero la sentencia todavía permanece gravada en el pedestal de su estatua de Nantes, su ciudad natal. Cuando Colville insistió, Cambronne parece ser que respondió Merde !,la interjección fue tomada por la palabra de Cambronne. Él siempre negó haber dicho esto. Français : Statue de Pierre Cambronne, général de la Garde Impériale à Waterloo (sculpture de Jean Debay, 1848). Selon la légende, il aurait répondu au général britannique Charles Colville : « La Garde meurt et ne se rend pas ! ». Bien qu'il ne soit pas mort et qu'il se soit rendu, la phrase est tout de même gravée sur le socle de sa statue à Nantes, sa ville natale. Lorsque Colville insista, Cambronne aurait répondu « Merde ! », interjection dorénavant connue sous le nom de « mot de Cambronne ». Il a toujours nié avoir prononcé ces phrases. Polski: Pomnik Pierre Cambronne w Nantes (rzeźbiarz: Jean Debay, 1848). Cambronnowi przypisuje się legendarne zdanie: Gwardia umiera ale nie poddaje się! wypowiedziane pod Waterloo, chociaż według relacji świadków było to w rzc


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