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  1. Claude-Victor Perrin ( Lamarche, Vosgos, 7 de diciembre de 1764 - París, 1 de marzo de 1841 ), también conocido como mariscal Victor, fue un militar del Primer Imperio francés. Siendo aún muchacho se unió al ejército francés como tamborilero de la artillería en 1781 y luego como teniente coronel de granaderos en la Guardia Nacional ( 1792 ).

  2. Vida y Biografía de Claude Victor-Perrin (Claude Victor-Perrin, duque de Bellune; Lamarche, Vosges, 1764-París, 1841) Mariscal francés. Napoleón le nombró mariscal (1807) y dirigió al ejército francés en España, donde consiguió las victorias de Espinosa de los Monteros (noviembre de 1808) y Uclés (enero de 1809), llegando a ocupar Mérida.

  3. Claude Victor-Perrin, duke de Bellune, byname Claude Perrin, (born Dec. 7, 1764, La Marche, Fr.—died March 1, 1841, Paris), a leading French general of the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars, who was created marshal of France in 1807. In 1781 he entered the army as a private soldier and, after 10 years’ service, received his discharge and ...

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  4. Claude-Victor Perrin, duc de Bellune, maréchal de France. Huile sur toile d' Antoine-Jean Gros, 1812, château de Versailles. Claude-Victor Perrin, dit Victor, duc de Bellune (1808), né le 7 décembre 1764 à Lamarche dans les Vosges et mort le 1 er mars 1841 à Paris, est un général français de la Révolution et un maréchal d'Empire.

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    He was born at Lamarche in the Vosges in 1764, son of Charles Perrin and wife Marie Anne Floriot, paternal grandson of Charles Perrin and wife Gabrielle Guerin, born in 1696, and great-grandson of Pierre Perrin and wife Anne Louvière. At the age of 17 he enlisted in the artillery regiment in Grenoble as a private soldier, and after ten years' servi...

    Revolutionary Wars

    For his bravery at the siege of Toulon in 1793 he was raised to the rank of général de brigade. He afterwards served for some time with the army of the Eastern Pyrenees, and in the Italian campaign of 1796–1799 he so acquitted himself at Mondovì, Rovereto and Mantuathat he was promoted to be general of the division. After commanding for some time the forces in the department of Vendée, he was again deployed to Italy, where he performed well in service against the papal troops, and took an imp...

    Napoleonic Wars

    On the outbreak of hostilities with Prussia (the War of the Fourth Coalition) he joined the V Army Corps under Marshal Jean Lannes as chief of the general staff. He distinguished himself at the battles of Saalfeld and Jena, and at Friedland he commanded the I Corps in such a manner that Napoleon made him a Marshal of France. After the peace of Tilsit he became governor of Berlin, and in 1808 he was created duke of Belluno (the title was extinguished in 1853). In the same year he was sent to S...

    When the second restoration followed the Battle of Waterloo he was made a peer of France. He became president of a commission which inquired into the conduct of the officers during the Hundred Days, and dismissed Napoleon's sympathizers. In 1821 he was appointed war minister and held this office for two years. In 1830 he was major-general of the ro...

    Victor first married Jeanne-Josephine Muguet in May 1791 and had four children: 1. Victorine (1792–1822) 2. Charles (1795–1827) 3. Napoleon-Victor (1796–1853) 4. Eugene (1799–1852) His second marriage was to Julie Vosch van Avesaet in June 1803 (1781–1831), with whom he had a daughter: 1. Stephanie-Josephine (1805–1832)

    Victor had mixed military talents. He was an excellent organizer and tactician. During his time in Spain he destroyed entire Spanish armies with Cannae-like envelopments and even fought Wellington to a virtual tactical draw at Talavera. However he was a timid strategist often afraid of taking risks. Nevertheless, he recognized new developments in w...

    Attribution: 1. This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Victor-Perrin, Claude". Encyclopædia Britannica. Vol. 28 (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. pp. 46–47.

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  6. Claude-Victor Perrin (Lamarche, Vosgos, 7 de diciembre de 1764-París, 1 de marzo de 1841) fue un militar del Primer Imperio francés. Siendo un rebelde muchacho se unió al ejército francés como tamborilero de la artillería en 1781 y luego como teniente coronel de granaderos en la Guardia Nacional .