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  1. Nicolas Charles Oudinot (Bar-le-duc, 25 de abril de 1767-París, 13 de septiembre de 1847), Duque de Reggio y Mariscal de Francia, fue un militar francés. Procedente de una familia burguesa de Lorena, nació en la localidad de Bar-le-duc.

  2. Nicolas Charles Oudinot, 1st Count Oudinot, 1st Duke of Reggio (25 April 1767 in Bar-le-Duc – 13 September 1847 in Paris), was a Marshal of the Empire. He is known to have been wounded 34 times in battle, being hit by artillery shells, sabers, and at least twelve bullets over the course of his military career.

  3. Nicolas Charles Oudinot, lieutenant-colonel au 3 e bataillon de la Meuse en 1792 (1767-1847), Raymond Quinsac Monvoisin, 1835. Pour un article plus général, voir Révolution française de 1789 . Il reprend du service quand éclate la Révolution et il est nommé second lieutenant-colonel du 3 e bataillon de volontaires de la Meuse en 1791.

  4. Nicolas-Charles Oudinot, duc de Reggio, (born April 25, 1767, Bar-le-Duc, France—died September 13, 1847, Paris), general, administrator, and marshal of France in the Napoleonic Wars whose career illustrates the opportunities to rise in the French army after the Revolution. Oudinot was the son of a businessman.

  5. Nicolas-Charles Oudinot (1767-1847) Marshal Nicolas-Charles Oudinot Commander of an elite grenadier division and Napoleon's most wounded marshal By Nathan D. Jensen Born: April 25, 1767 Place of Birth: Bar-le-Duc, Meuse, France Died: September 13, 1847 Place of Death: Paris, France Arc de Triomphe: OUDINOT on the east pillar Pronunciation:

  6. Nicolas Charles Oudinot , Duque de Reggio y Mariscal de Francia, fue un militar francés.

  7. On 14 July, 1789, Oudinot was named captain and placed at the head of a band of national guard volunteers. Having served with distinction in a number of local disturbances, he was named chef de légion and commander of the département's National Guard in 1790, and was elected lieutenant-colonel of the 3e bataillon des volontaires de la Meuse, on 6 September, 1791, with whom he left for the north-eastern front.