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François Étienne de Kellermann (1770-1835). The General de Division commanded (from 1813 onwards) the IV, the III and the short-lived VI Cavalry Corps in the Grande Armee.

François Étienne de Kellermann The General de Division commanded (from 1813 onwards) the IV, the III and the short-lived VI Cavalry Corps in the Grande Armee.

General of division Armand Augustin Louis de Caulaincourt (1773-1827), marquis de Caulaincourt, duc of Vicenza; Grand écuyer,  diplomat, minister of Foreign affairs en 1813 et during the Hudred Days. a man witha grat sense of honour and one of N.'s most loyal and reliable collaborators.

Armand-Augustin-Louis, Marquis de Caulaincourt, Duke of December 1773 – 19 February was a French soldier, diplomat, grand officer of the Grand Orient de France and close personal aide to Napoleon Bonaparte.

Jean Pierre Firmin Malher, né le 29 juin 1761 à Paris, mort le 13 mars 1808 à Valladolid (Espagne), est un général français de la Révolution et de l’Empire

Jean Pierre Firmin Malher, né le 29 juin 1761 à Paris, mort le 13 mars 1808 à Valladolid (Espagne), est un général français de la Révolution et de l’Empire

Armand Lebrun, baron, puis comte de La Houssaye, né à Paris le 20 octobre 1768, mort le 19 juin 1846, est un général français de la Révolution et de l’Empire.

Armand Lebrun, baron, puis comte de La Houssaye, né à Paris le 20 octobre 1768, mort le 19 juin 1846, est un général français de la Révolution et de l’Empire.

Louis Nicolas Davout.  His prodigious talent for war along with his reputation as a stern disciplinarian, earned him the title "The Iron Marshal". He is ranked along with Massena and Lannes as one of Napoleon's finest commanders. Of the other Marshals, Davout had the best relations with Ney, Nicolas Charles Oudinot and Laurent Gouvion Saint-Cyr. His best friend was possibly Charles-Étienne Gudin de La Sablonnière, one of his subordinates, who was killed in battle in 1812

His prodigious talent for war along with his reputation…

Édouard Jean-Baptiste Milhaud, fils de Louis Amilhaud et de Marguerite Daudé, né à Arpajon-sur-Cère le 10 juillet 1766 et mort à Aurillac (Cantal), le 8 janvier 1833, est un homme politique français, général d’Empire, et comte d'Empire. Ses nombreux coups d'éclat en font un des meilleurs généraux de cavalerie du Premier Empire.

Édouard Jean-Baptiste Milhaud July 1766 – 10 December was a French politician, Général de Division, and comte d'Empire. He is considered one of the best generals of cavalry of Napoleon's army.

Maréchal Ney earned the nickname, "Bravest of the Brave".

Maréchal Michel Ney (1769-1815), duc d’Elchingen, Prince de la Moskowa par le baron François Gérard

Maréchal Michel Ney duc d’Elchingen, Prince de la Moskowa par le…

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 was a loyal and gifted Napoleonic cavalry commander who settled in Alabama after Napoleon’s 1815 abdication.

Charles Antoine Louis Alexis Morand (4 June 1771, Pontarlier or Montbenoit, Doubs - 1835) Comte de l'Empire, was a general of the French army during the French Revolutionary Wars and Napoleonic Wars. He fought at many of the most important battles of the time, including Austerlitz, Borodino and Waterloo.

Charles Antoine Louis Alexis Morand (4 June 1771, Pontarlier or Montbenoit, Doubs - 1835) Comte de l'Empire, was a general of the French army during the French Revolutionary Wars and Napoleonic Wars. He fought at many of the most important battles of the time, including Austerlitz, Borodino and Waterloo.

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