Jean Baptiste Philibert VAILLANT

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French Revolution & Empire, 19th Century, French Minister and Secretary of state (before French Fifth Republic)

FrenchBorn Jean Baptiste Philibert VAILLANT

Marshal of France

Born on December 06, 1790 in Dijon, France , France

Died on June 04, 1872 in Paris, France

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Vaillant entered the French army in 1809 in the corps of engineers. He served in the Russian campaign of 1812 and the next year became a prisoner of war after the Battle of Kulm. During the Hundred Days Vaillant fought at Ligny and Waterloo. Vaillant commanded a battalion in the 1830 campaign against Algiers. Promoted to lieutenant colonel, he served under Gérard in the expedition into Belgium in 1831.



© Copyright Wikipédia authors - This article is under licence CC BY-SA 3.0 ...   Vaillant entered the French army in 1809 in the corps of engineers. He served in the Russian campaign of 1812 and the next year became a prisoner of war after the Battle of Kulm. During the Hundred Days Vaillant fought at Ligny and Waterloo. Vaillant commanded a battalion in the 1830 campaign against Algiers. Promoted to lieutenant colonel, he served under Gérard in the expedition into Belgium in 1831.



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