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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. Lieutenant-General Charles Nicolas Victor Oudinot, 2nd Duc de Reggio (3 November 1791 in Bar-le-Duc – 7 June 1863 in Bar-le-Duc), the eldest son of Napoleon I 's marshal Nicolas Oudinot and Charlotte Derlin, also made a military career.

  3. Oudinot nunca fue un gran estratega, sino más bien un excelente comandante subordinado, leal a la disciplina, fiel a los juramentos dados, y una gran carga de hombres que a menudo comandaban desde la línea del frente; un testimonio de esto fue el gran número de heridas de guerra sufridas durante su carrera militar, igual al número de heridos durante su carrera militar. a veinticuatro (o ...

  4. Oudinot, Nicolas-Charles Nicolas-Charles Oudinot was born in Bar-le-Duc on 25 April, 1767, into a family from the petite-bourgeoisie. At the age of seventeen, after completing his studies in his hometown as well as in Toul and unwilling to follow in his father's professional footsteps, he signed up for the Médoc Infantry regiment, in 1784.

    • Beginnings
    • Commander of Elite Grenadiers
    • Russian Campaign of 1812
    • 1813 - 1815

    One of the most wounded soldiers of the time, Nicolas-Charles Oudinot was the son of a brewer who would rise to become one of Napoleon'smarshals. In 1784 at age seventeen he ran away from home and enlisted in the infantry, but three years later his father bought out his enlistment and he returned home. That was not enough to keep him out of the mil...

    In 1805 Oudinot was given command of an elite division of grenadiers and he received the Grand Eagle of the Legion of Honor. During a review at the Camp of Boulogne that year, Oudinot and his men proudly paraded past Emperor Napoleon. Suddenly, Oudinot's horse stopped, and refused to go forward. In vain he tried to spur it forward, but the horse re...

    In the meantime Marshal Oudinot received more rewards, including the Grand Cross of the Order of the Low Countries and becoming the Duke of Reggio. In 1812 Oudinot took command of the II Corps to lead them into Russia. That summer he won at Deweltowo, seized Dunabourg, was repulsed at Jboukowo, and won at Oboiarszina. Fighting at Polotsk in August,...

    Marshal Oudinot returned to a command in April of 1813 when he took command of XII Corps in Germany. In May he fought at Bautzen and Hoyerswerda, and then in June at Luckau. That August he was ordered to march on Berlin and was beaten by his former colleague Bernadotte at Gross-Beeren. That September Napoleon gave him command of two divisions of th...

  5. Charles Nicolas Victor Oudinot (3 November 1791 – 7 June 1863) was the Duke of Reggio and a general of France during the Italian Wars of Unification . Biography Charles Nicolas Victor Oudinot was the eldest son of Marshal Nicolas Oudinot, one of the 26 Marechals of Emperor Napoleon I of France.

  6. Charles Oudinot de Reggio. Biografía; Nacimiento: 10 de marzo de 1819 París. Muerte: 10 de diciembre de 1858 (a los 39 años) Coulogne. Nacionalidad: francés.