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  1. Frederick William von Blücher (Danish: Frederik Vilhelm von Blücher; German: Friedrich Wilhelm von Blücher; 14 January 1760 — 16 May 1806) was a Danish Chamberlain, Lieutenant Colonel, Commander of the Royal Hourse Guards, the Adjutant-General to former Hereditary Prince Frederick and Hofmarschall.

  2. In 1773, Blücher was forced to resign by Frederick the Great for insubordination. He worked as a farmer until the death of Frederick in 1786, when Blücher was reinstated and promoted to colonel. For his success in the French Revolutionary Wars, Blücher became a major general in 1794.

  3. 17 de jun. de 2015 · Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher (his British admirers seldom wrote and probably never pronounced the umlaut) had enjoyed a long and successful military career, despite over a decade of enforced retirement after he got on the wrong side of Frederick the Great.

  4. An uncomplicated, energic and outspoken leader, oblivious to personal danger, he has a place in German popular culture comparable with that of Wellington in Britain. Blücher was said by General Scharnhorst to be the only man who did not fear Napoleon. He was born near Rostock (Prussia) in 1742 and was the son of a retired army captain.

  5. Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher, Príncipe de Wahlstatt (Rostock, 16 de dezembro de 1742 — Krieblowitz, 12 de setembro de 1819) foi um marechal-de-campo prussiano que liderou seu exército contra as forças de Napoleão na Batalha das Nações em 1813 e na Batalha de Waterloo em 1815.

  6. Following the Prussian King Frederick William's orders of mobilisation, Blücher sends out a memo for the administrative restructuring of the Prussian army and to divide it into four corps. 2 – 6 May 1815. Some soldiers in the problematic Saxon troops (mentioned above) rebel, throwing stones at Blücher's window and refusing to obey him.

  7. Blücher was by no means the most skilled battlefield tactician, and relentless aggression was not always welcome, but his drive and determination in the 1813-14 campaigns as well as his commitment to supporting Wellington and Waterloo wins him a place on this list. Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher (1742-1818), Fürst von Wahlstatt