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bn:17029317n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/10/27

  Charles Hugo · تشارلز هوغو

 Charles-Victor Hugo was a French journalist, photographer, the second son of French novelist Victor Hugo and his wife Adèle Foucher. Wikipedia

bn:17029317n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/10/27

  Charles Hugo

 Charles-Victor Hugo was a French journalist, photographer, the second son of French novelist Victor Hugo and his wife Adèle Foucher. Wikipedia

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 • 巴黎 • medium
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bn:17029317n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/10/27     •     Categories: 19th-century French journalists, Hugo family, 19th-century French male writers, 1826 births...

  Charles Hugo (writer) · Charles-Victor Hugo · Charles Victor Hugo

Charles-Victor Hugo was a French journalist, photographer, the second son of French novelist Victor Hugo and his wife Adèle Foucher. Wikipedia

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French journalist and photographer, son of Victor Hugo Wikidata

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human • Paris • medium
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bn:17029317n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/10/27     •     Categories: Décès à Bordeaux, Famille Hugo, Pionnier de la photographie, Médium français...

  Charles Hugo · Charles-Victor Hugo

Charles Hugo né le 4 novembre 1826 à Paris et décédé le 13 mars 1871 à Bordeaux, à 44 ans est un journaliste français. Wikipedia

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Deuxième fils de Victor. Wikipedia (disambiguation)
Journaliste et photographe français, fils de Victor Hugo Wikidata

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bn:17029317n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/10/27

  Charles Hugo

 Charles-Victor Hugo was a French journalist, photographer, the second son of French novelist Victor Hugo and his wife Adèle Foucher. Wikipedia

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Mensch • Paris • Medium
AWARD RECEIVED
COUNTRY OF CITIZENSHIP
DESCRIBED BY SOURCE
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LANGUAGES SPOKEN, WRITTEN OR SIGNED
OCCUPATION
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WRITING LANGUAGE
bn:17029317n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/10/27

  Charles Hugo · Σαρλ Ουγκό

2ος γιός του Βίκτωρα Ουγκό Wikidata

bn:17029317n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/10/27

  Charles Hugo

 Charles-Victor Hugo was a French journalist, photographer, the second son of French novelist Victor Hugo and his wife Adèle Foucher. Wikipedia

IS A
COUNTRY OF CITIZENSHIP
GIVEN NAME
LANGUAGES SPOKEN, WRITTEN OR SIGNED
OCCUPATION
PLACE OF BIRTH
PLACE OF BURIAL
PLACE OF DEATH
SEX OR GENDER
WRITING LANGUAGE
bn:17029317n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/10/27

  Charles Hugo

 Charles-Victor Hugo was a French journalist, photographer, the second son of French novelist Victor Hugo and his wife Adèle Foucher. Wikipedia

bn:17029317n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/10/27     •     Categories: Nati a Parigi, Morti a Bordeaux, Scrittori francesi del XIX secolo, Giornalisti francesi del XIX secolo...

  Charles Hugo

Charles Hugo è stato uno scrittore e giornalista francese. Wikipedia

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Scrittore e giornalista francese Wikidata

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uomo • Parigi • medium
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bn:17029317n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/10/27

  Charles Hugo

 Charles-Victor Hugo was a French journalist, photographer, the second son of French novelist Victor Hugo and his wife Adèle Foucher. Wikipedia

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ヒト • パリ • 霊媒
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bn:17029317n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/10/27

  Charles Hugo · Гюго, Шарль · Шарль Гюго

Средний сын Виктора Гюго Wikidata

bn:17029317n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/10/27

  Charles Hugo

 Charles-Victor Hugo was a French journalist, photographer, the second son of French novelist Victor Hugo and his wife Adèle Foucher. Wikipedia

IS A
AWARD RECEIVED
COUNTRY OF CITIZENSHIP
GIVEN NAME
LANGUAGES SPOKEN, WRITTEN OR SIGNED
OCCUPATION
PLACE OF BIRTH
PLACE OF DEATH
SEX OR GENDER
WRITING LANGUAGE

 

Translations

Charles Hugo, تشارلز هوغو
Charles Hugo
charles hugo, charles-victor hugo, charles victor hugo
charles hugo, charles-victor hugo
charles hugo
Charles Hugo, σαρλ ουγκό
Charles Hugo
Charles Hugo
charles hugo
Charles Hugo
Charles Hugo, гюго, шарль, шарль гюго
charles hugo

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Charles Hugo
Charles Hugo
Charles Hugo
Charles Hugo
Charles Hugo
Charles Hugo
Charles Hugo

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