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  1. MASSENA, André, (1758-1817), duc de Rivoli, prince d’Essling, maréchal. " Masséna avait été un homme très supérieur qui, par un privilège très particulier, ne possédait l'équilibre tant désiré qu'au milieu du feu ; il lui naissait au milieu du danger ", Napoléon à Sainte-Hélène, s'adressant à Las Cases.

  2. 1758-1817. Originally eager to go to sea, Andre Massena found life on the waves was not what it should be and so set out for a career in the French army. Very quickly he discovered he had made the right choice and rose rapidly to sergeant. Despite his promise, the army released Massena in 1789 and he took up smuggling on the Cote d'Azure.

  3. 2 de oct. de 2021 · Grand stratège, André Masséna va s’illustrer sous les ordres de Napoléon lors des campagnes d’Italie, d’Essling et de Wagram. Mais il entre en disgrâce après celle, désastreuse, du ...

  4. Au retour des Bourbons, Masséna, natif de Nice appartenant alors au Piémont-Sardaigne, se voit forcé de demander sa naturalisation au roi, qui lui accorde le 29 décembre 1814. Pendant les Cent-Jours, il des l'un des derniers à se rallier à l'Empereur après avoir rejoint Louis XVIII sous la Restauration. Il restera toutefois fidèle à ...

  5. 28 de oct. de 2019 · Masséna was of humble origins; born to a shopkeeper in Nice in 1758 (technically making him Sardinian rather than French). His father died when he was six and at age thirteen the young André ran off to sea as a cabin boy. He would serve in the Mediterranean and Atlantic for the next four years. When he returned home, he then enlisted in the Royal Italian Regiment and was quickly raised to ...

  6. 100 years ago today, 23 September 1919, the Mayor of Nice, General André Goiran officially received, on behalf of the town, the Villa Masséna, donated my father. Two years earlier, on 31 October 1917, my father – André Masséna – caught up in the trauma of the war decided to give the family mansion to the town.

  7. André Masséna, Prince of Essling, Duke of Rivoli (born Andrea Massena; 6 May 1758 – 4 April 1817), was a French military commander during the French Revolutionary Wars and the Napoleonic Wars.[2] He was one of the original 18 Marshals of the Empire created by Napoleon I. He was nicknamed l'Enfant chéri de la Victoire (the Dear Child of Victory).[3] Although many of Napoleon's generals ...