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  1. Louis Alexandre Berthier (20 de noviembre de 1753 - 1 de junio de 1815) fue un general francés, Mariscal del Imperio, Príncipe de Wagram de Neuchâtel y Valangin. Alexandre nació en Versalles, hijo del teniente coronel Jean Baptiste Berthier (1721-1804), oficial del Cuerpo de ingenieros topográficos y de su primera esposa Marie Françoise L''huillier de la Serre (casada en 1746).

  2. Commandeur de Saint-Louis, 25 September 1814. An able and talented organiser, Berthier was Napoleon's right-hand man on campaign right up to the Campagne de France in 1814. Always in full dress uniform, as all those under him, Berthier ran headquarters with great efficiency. He was also a tenacious and brave soldier – one of his most ...

  3. Marshal Louis Alexandre Berthier. Napoleon's most indispensable marshal, a brilliant chief of staff who served by Napoleon's side from 1796 to 1814. By Nathan D. Jensen. Born: November 20, 1753. Place of Birth: Versailles, Yvelines, France. Died: June 1, 1815. Place of Death: Bamberg, Germany.

  4. Louis-Alexandre Berthier. Louis-Alexandre Berthier (20 November 1753 – 1 June 1815), Prince of Neuchâtel and Valangin, Prince of Wagram, was a French Marshal of the Empire who served during the French Revolutionary Wars and the Napoleonic Wars. He was twice Minister of War of France and served as chief of staff to Napoleon Bonaparte.

  5. Louis-Alexandre Berthier. Louis-Alexandre Berthier, Fürst von Wagram, Herzog von Neuchâtel. Louis Alexandre Berthier (* 20. November 1753 in Versailles; † 1. Juni 1815 in Bamberg) war Fürst und Herzog von Neuchâtel und Valangin, Fürst von Wagram sowie Maréchal d’Empire .

  6. Louis-Alexandre Berthier (1753-1815), Prince of Wagram, Sovereign Prince of Neuchâtel. Marshal Louis-Alexandre Berthier is unlikely to be the first name to come to mind when considering the greatest generals of the Napoleonic era. He is not usually among the most prominent of Napoleon's marshals and rarely held independent command.

  7. www.histocast.com › 04 › PresentacionBerthier1Louis-Alexandre Berthier

    • 18 de enero, entrada de Berthier en la ciudad. • 15 de febrero, se planta el Árbol de la Libertad y se establece la República Romana. • Relevado por Masséna. • Motín de las tropas de Roma. Berthier pone orden • Masséna inicialmente vuelve, pero es sustituido por Saint-Cyr. • Cuentas pendientes Berthier-Masséna.