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Charles Dawid Philippe
Charles D. Radzilowski 1848-1850.jpg
4th President of France
In office
4 April 1853 – 4 April 1861
Prime Minister Jakub Karl Tyskiewicz (1845–46)
Władysław Narutowicz (1846–53)
Preceded by Louis-Eugène Cavaignac
Succeeded by Casimir Pierre Périer
Military Governor of Podlaskie Voivodeship
In office
10 October 1835 – 17 October 1840
Appointed by Louis-Philippe Radzilowski
Preceded by Aleksander Baros
(as Dictator)
Succeeded by Joseph Beauforte Lvivoski
Polish Senator
form Podlaskie Voivodeship
In office
13 June 1816 – 4 March 1830
Preceded by Office established
Succeeded by Stanisław Aleksander Skrzyński
Personal details
Born 24 August 1788(1788-08-24)
Radzilow, Łódź, Poland
Died 17 July 1865 (aged 76)
Łazienki, Krakow, Poland
Resting place Kazimierz and John Cathedral, Warsaw, Poland
Political party Royalist
Spouse(s) Marie-Gabrielle Capet
Relations
Children two
Alma mater Krakow University
Profession Politician
Soldier
Religion Eastern Orthodox
Roman Catholicism
Signature Signature of Charles D. Radzilowski
Military service
Nickname(s) Admiral Radziłówski
General Prince
Allegiance Poland Kingdom of Poland
Service/branch POL Wojska Specjalne Polish Army
Years of service 1802–1863
Rank POL PMW pagon1 admiral floty infobox Admiral
Field Marshall-General (official)
Commands 24th Krakow Winged Hussars, 13rd Warsaw Military Division, Polish Army
Battles/wars Napoleonic Wars
Battle of Austerlitz
Battle of Blaauwberg
Battle of Radzilow  (WIA)(POW)
Siege of Koenigsberg
Battle of Riga
Battle of Waterloo  (WIA)
Coat of arms POL COA Radzilow
Noble family House of Radzilow