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  1. Jean-Baptiste Drouet, Conde de Erlon (Reims, 29 de Julho de 1765 - Paris, 25 de Janeiro de 1844) foi um militar francês que participou na Revolução Francesa e nas Guerras Napoleónicas. General em 1799, passou ao posto de Marechal de França em 1843. Foi governador-geral da Argélia e Napoleão Bonaparte deu-lhe o título de conde ...

  2. Jean-Baptiste Drouet, né à Sainte-Menehould le 8 janvier 1763 et mort à Mâcon le 10 avril 1824, est un homme politique de la Révolution française.

  3. 7 de abr. de 2024 · Jean-Baptiste Drouet (born 1763, Sainte-Menehould, Fr.—died April 11, 1824, Mâcon) was a French revolutionary, chiefly remembered for his part in the arrest of Louis XVI at Varennes. Drouet grew up and lived in the town of Sainte-Menehould in Champagne, where his father had been postmaster.

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  4. Jean-Baptiste Drouet, count d’Erlon (born July 29, 1765, Reims, Fr.—died Jan. 25, 1844, Paris) was a French soldier whose long career raised him from the ranks of both Louis XVI’s and Napoleon’s armies to be the first governor-general of Algeria and a marshal of France under Louis-Philippe.

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  5. Jean-Baptiste Drouet (8 January 1763 – 11 April 1824) was a French politician of the Revolution and the Empire, best known for his key role in the arrest of King Louis XVI and his family during the Flight to Varennes.

    • Recognizing King Louis XVI during the Flight to Varennes
    • Knight of the Legion of Honor
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  6. Jean-Baptiste Drouet. Homme politique français (Sainte-Menehould 1763-Mâcon 1824). Il fut à l'origine de l'arrestation à Varennes de Louis XVI, qu'il reconnut à Sainte-Menehould (21 juin 1791), où il était maître de poste.

  7. Jean-Baptiste Drouet, Comte d'Erlon (French pronunciation: [ʒɑ̃ batist dʁuɛ]; 29 July 1765 – 25 January 1844) was a Marshal of France and a soldier in the Grande Armée during the Napoleonic Wars. He notably commanded the I Corps of the Army of the North at the Battle of Waterloo.