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  1. Jean-Baptiste Jourdan, 1st Count Jourdan (29 April 1762 – 23 November 1833), was a French military commander who served during the French Revolutionary Wars and the Napoleonic Wars. He was made a Marshal of the Empire by Emperor Napoleon I in 1804.

  2. Jean-Baptiste Jourdan, 1.º Conde Jourdan (Limoges, 29 de Abril de 1762 – Paris, 23 de Novembro de 1833), foi um comandante militar francês que serviu durante as Guerras Revolucionárias Francesas e as Guerras Napoleônicas. Ele foi feito Marechal do Império pelo Imperador Napoleão I em 1804.

  3. 6 de abr. de 2023 · Jean-Baptiste Jourdan was a French general who served in the French Revolutionary Wars and the Napoleonic Wars. He was appointed 'marshal of the empire' by Napoleon in 1804. Jourdan is best known for his victory at the Battle of Fleurus (1794) and his defeat at the Battle of Vitoria (1813).

  4. 18 de mar. de 2024 · Jean-Baptiste, Count Jourdan was a military commander remembered as the sponsor of conscription during the French Revolutionary regime and as one of Napoleon’s marshals of the empire. After being a soldier in King Louis XVI’s army and serving in the West Indies (1778–84), Jourdan retired and became.

  5. Jean-Baptiste Jourdan, né le 29 avril 1762 à Limoges dans la Haute-Vienne et mort le 23 novembre 1833 à Paris, est un militaire français ayant accédé à la dignité de maréchal d'Empire. Fils de chirurgien, il est éduqué par son oncle à la mort de ses parents et décide de s'engager dans l'armée royale.

  6. In May 1794, Jean-Baptiste Jourdan was given the command of approximately 96,000 men created by combining the Army of the Ardennes with portions of the Army of the North and the Army of the Moselle.

  7. The Collection. European Sculpture and Decorative Arts. Jean-Baptiste Jourdan (1762–1833), Marshal of France. Pierre Jean David d'Angers French. 1828. Not on view. Pierre-Jean David d’Angers was the most prolific and one of the most important French sculptors of the first half of the nineteenth century.