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Augereau

Augereau

François Christophe Kellermann

François Christophe Kellermann

Emmanuel de Grouchy, 2ème Marquis de Grouchy

Emmanuel de Grouchy, 2ème Marquis de Grouchy

French general and statesman, named Marshal of the Empire in 1804 and often called Marshal Soult

French general and statesman, named Marshal of the Empire in 1804 and often called Marshal Soult

Bertrand Bessières .Le baron Bertrand Bessières, né le 6 janvier 1773, à Prayssac (Lot), mort le 15 novembre 1854 à Chantilly (Oise), est un général français de la Révolution et de l’Empire.  Il est le frère puîné du maréchal duc d'Istrie Jean-Baptiste Bessières.

Bertrand Bessières .Le baron Bertrand Bessières, né le 6 janvier 1773, à Prayssac (Lot), mort le 15 novembre 1854 à Chantilly (Oise), est un général français de la Révolution et de l’Empire. Il est le frère puîné du maréchal duc d'Istrie Jean-Baptiste Bessières.

Louis-Nicolas d'Avout

Louis-Nicolas d'Avout

Général WALTHER (1761-1813) - Grenadiers à cheval de la Garde impériale — Wikipédia

Général WALTHER (1761-1813) - Grenadiers à cheval de la Garde impériale — Wikipédia

Josef Anton Prince Poniatowski (1763-1813)

Josef Anton Prince Poniatowski (1763-1813)

Left to right: Berthier, Ney and Jerome Bonaparte detail from Meynier: Napoleon enters Berlin

Left to right: Berthier, Ney and Jerome Bonaparte detail from Meynier: Napoleon enters Berlin

Marshal Nicholas Jean de Dieu Soult was one of the most able of all Napoleon’s marshals, rising from the ranks to become the Grand Old Man of the French Army, and only the fourth man to be created Maréchal-général.  After Napoleon’s abdication Soult submitted to the government of Louis XVIII, but during the Hundred Days he returned to Napoleon’s side, serving as his chief of staff. This was not a happy appointment – Soult was ill at ease in the job.

Marshal Nicholas Jean de Dieu Soult was one of the most able of all Napoleon’s marshals, rising from the ranks to become the Grand Old Man of the French Army, and only the fourth man to be created Maréchal-général. After Napoleon’s abdication Soult submitted to the government of Louis XVIII, but during the Hundred Days he returned to Napoleon’s side, serving as his chief of staff. This was not a happy appointment – Soult was ill at ease in the job.

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