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Maresciallo Augereau

Maresciallo Augereau

Michel Ordener was a general of division and a commander in Napoleon's elite Imperial Guard. Of plebeian origins, he was born 2 September 1755 in L'Hôpital and enlisted as private at the age of 18 years in the Prince Conde's Legion. He was promoted through the ranks; as warrant officer of a regiment of Chasseurs à Cheval, he embraced the French Revolution in 1789. He advanced quickly through the officer ranks during the French Revolutionary Wars.

Michel Ordener was a general of division and a commander in Napoleon's elite Imperial Guard. Of plebeian origins, he was born 2 September 1755 in L'Hôpital and enlisted as private at the age of 18 years in the Prince Conde's Legion. He was promoted through the ranks; as warrant officer of a regiment of Chasseurs à Cheval, he embraced the French Revolution in 1789. He advanced quickly through the officer ranks during the French Revolutionary Wars.

French Cuirassier General | ... Louis-Brigitte Espagne in his uniform of general of the cuirassiers

French Cuirassier General | ... Louis-Brigitte Espagne in his uniform of general of the cuirassiers

Laurent Gouvion Marquis de Saint-Cyr (né le 13 avril 1764 à Toul - mort à Hyères le 17 mars 1830) - Maréchal d'Empire - gravé par Charon d'après Aubry et publié chez Jean - MAS Estampes Anciennes - Antique Prints

Laurent Gouvion Marquis de Saint-Cyr (né le 13 avril 1764 à Toul - mort à Hyères le 17 mars 1830) - Maréchal d'Empire - gravé par Charon d'après Aubry et publié chez Jean - MAS Estampes Anciennes - Antique Prints

BESSIERES - Commandant la Cavalerie à l'Armé d'Italie - à Paris chez Jean

BESSIERES - Commandant la Cavalerie à l'Armé d'Italie - à Paris chez Jean

Jean-Toussaint Arrighi de Casanova (born 8 March 1778 in Corte; died 22 March 1853 in Paris), duc de Padova, was a French diplomat and soldier of the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. In the late 1840s, Arrighi was also involved in politics and was elected Deputy and then Senator in the French Parliament. He was a cousin-in-law of Napoleon I of France.

Jean-Toussaint Arrighi de Casanova (born 8 March 1778 in Corte; died 22 March 1853 in Paris), duc de Padova, was a French diplomat and soldier of the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. In the late 1840s, Arrighi was also involved in politics and was elected Deputy and then Senator in the French Parliament. He was a cousin-in-law of Napoleon I of France.

Étienne Pierre Sylvestre Ricard (31 December 1771 – 6 November 1843) was a prominent French division commander during the 1814 Campaign in Northeast France. In 1791 he joined an infantry regiment and spent several years in Corsica. Transferred to the Army of Italy in 1799, he became an aide-de-camp to Louis-Gabriel Suchet. He fought at Pozzolo in 1800. He became aide-de-camp to Marshal Nicolas Soult in 1805 and was at Austerlitz and Jena where his actions earned a promotion to general of…

Étienne Pierre Sylvestre Ricard (31 December 1771 – 6 November 1843) was a prominent French division commander during the 1814 Campaign in Northeast France. In 1791 he joined an infantry regiment and spent several years in Corsica. Transferred to the Army of Italy in 1799, he became an aide-de-camp to Louis-Gabriel Suchet. He fought at Pozzolo in 1800. He became aide-de-camp to Marshal Nicolas Soult in 1805 and was at Austerlitz and Jena where his actions earned a promotion to general of…

General Charles Lefebvre-Desnouettes (1773-1822) was a gifted Napoleonic cavalry commander. Sentenced to death after Napoleon’s 1815 abdication, Lefebvre-Desnouettes fled to the United States where he settled miserably in Alabama. He finally received permission to return to France, only to meet a tragic end on the journey home.

General Charles Lefebvre-Desnouettes (1773-1822) was a gifted Napoleonic cavalry commander. Sentenced to death after Napoleon’s 1815 abdication, Lefebvre-Desnouettes fled to the United States where he settled miserably in Alabama. He finally received permission to return to France, only to meet a tragic end on the journey home.

Guillaume Marie-Anne Brune, peint par Rose Jeanne Fajon en 1834.- Brune Guillaume, maréchal de France (Brive la Gaillarde 1763-Avignon 1815). Il exerce le métier d'imprimeur avant de se mêler à la vie politique au début de la Révolution sous les auspices de Danton. Nommé général en 1793, il se distingue àla tête de l'armée de Hollande par ses victoires de Bergen et de Castricum qui amènent l'armée anglo-russe du duc d'York à la capitulation d'Alkmaar (2 oct 1799)

Guillaume Marie-Anne Brune, peint par Rose Jeanne Fajon en 1834.- Brune Guillaume, maréchal de France (Brive la Gaillarde 1763-Avignon 1815). Il exerce le métier d'imprimeur avant de se mêler à la vie politique au début de la Révolution sous les auspices de Danton. Nommé général en 1793, il se distingue àla tête de l'armée de Hollande par ses victoires de Bergen et de Castricum qui amènent l'armée anglo-russe du duc d'York à la capitulation d'Alkmaar (2 oct 1799)

Jean Rapp aide de camp de Napoléon Bonaparte

Jean Rapp aide de camp de Napoléon Bonaparte

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