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  1. 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.

  2. Louis-Alexandre Berthier, prince de Neuchâtel et Valangin, prince de Wagram, né le 20 novembre 1753 à Versailles et mort le 1 er juin 1815 à Bamberg, est un général français puis maréchal d’Empire. Né de parents tous deux au service du roi, il devient ingénieur-géographe comme son père et participe à la guerre d'indépendance ...

  3. de.wikipedia.org › wiki › LouisLouis – Wikipedia

    Louis Joseph André (1838–1913), französischer General und Politiker; Louis Armstrong (1901–1971), US-amerikanischer Jazztrompeter und Sänger; Louis-Alexandre Berthier (1753–1815), Fürst und Herzog von Neuchâtel und Valengin, Fürst von Wagram, Marschall von Frankreich; Louis Blériot (1872–1936), französischer Luftfahrtpionier

  4. These included Colonel Berthier and Lieutenant Colonel Alexandre de Beauharnais (husband of the future Empress Joséphine). After the Kingdom of France declared war on the Habsburg monarchy on 20 April 1792, Louis Philippe first participated in what became known as the French Revolutionary Wars within the French-occupied Austrian Netherlands at Boussu , Wallonia, on about 28 April 1792.

  5. Because of his stubborn personality and limited social skills, he developed many enemies and antagonists within the army's officer corps, notably Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte, Joachim Murat (with whom he clashed strongly during the 1812 campaign), Louis-Alexandre Berthier and Baron Thiébault (who would harshly criticize Davout in his memoirs).

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  7. Louis Philippe II, Duke of Orléans (Louis Philippe Joseph; 13 April 1747 – 6 November 1793), was a major French noble who supported the French Revolution. Louis Philippe II was born at the Château de Saint-Cloud to Louis Philippe I, Duke of Chartres , and Louise Henriette de Bourbon .