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R. H. Vetch

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Landmann, Isaac (1741–1826), military educationist, was born on 17 March 1741 in Alsace. He taught projectiles and fortification at the École Royale Militaire in Paris, and, following the school's reorganization, tutored young noblemen of the same city in the art of war.

On 25 November 1777 ...

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Lochée, Lewis (d. 1791), military educationist, was born in Brussels, the son of John Lochée and his wife, Theresa. It is unknown when or why he moved to England, though he was living in Camberwell, Surrey, in 1767. He was possibly a political exile from Austrian rule and certainly a protestant. In 1770 he set up a military academy in a large rented house in ...