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  1. Louis-Gabriel Suchet, duc d'Albuféra (2 March 1770 – 3 January 1826), was a French Marshal of the Empire and one of the most successful commanders of the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. He is regarded as one of the greatest generals of the Napoleonic Wars.

  2. Louis-Gabriel Suchet, Duque de Albufera ( Lyon, 2 de Março de 1770 - Marselha, 3 de Janeiro de 1826) foi um militar francês. Participou nas Guerras revolucionárias francesas e nas Guerras Napoleónicas. Recebeu o título de Marechal do Império em 1811. Vida. Como tenente-coronel do 4º batalhão do Exército dos Alpes, 1792.

  3. The son of a silk manufacturer, Louis Gabriel Suchet is considered to be one of Napoleon's best marshals and he holds the distinction of being the only marshal who improved his reputation during the campaigns of the Peninsular War in Spain.

  4. Louis-Gabriel Suchet, duc d'Albufera, né le 2 mars 1770 à Lyon et mort le 3 janvier 1826 à Marseille, est un militaire français, élevé à la dignité de maréchal d'Empire par Napoléon en 1811. Fils d'un soyeux lyonnais, il commence sa carrière en 1791 en s'engageant dans la Garde nationale.

  5. 10 de abr. de 2024 · Louis-Gabriel Suchet, duke d’Albufera da Valencia (born March 2, 1770, Lyon, France—died Jan. 3, 1826, Marseille) was a marshal of France, one of the most brilliant of Napoleon’s generals, most notably as commander of the Aragon armies in the Peninsular War.

  6. Chevalier of the Couronne de Fer. Commandeur of the Ordre de Saint-Henri de Saxe. Comte de l’Empire, 19 March 1808. Commander of the 1er division of the 5e Corps under Mortier in the Armée de l’Espagne, 2 October, 1808. Fought at the siege of Saragossa (December 1808)

  7. The perfect soldier. Rather than going into the family silk business, Suchet enlists in the cavalry of the National Guard in September 1793. During the siege of Toulon, he captures the English general O'Meara and meets Bonaparte. Suchet joins the Corsican general in 1796 for the Italian campaign.