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  1. Nicolas Jean-de-Dieu Soult [1] (29 de Março de 1769, Tarn — 26 de Novembro de 1851) foi um general e estadista francês, nomeado Marechal do Império em 1804 e muitas vezes chamado de Marechal Soult. Soult foi um dos únicos seis oficiais na história francesa a receber a distinção de Marechal Geral da França.

  2. Marshal General Jean-de-Dieu Soult, 1st Duke of Dalmatia (French: [ʒɑ̃dədjø sult]; 29 March 1769 – 26 November 1851) was a French general and statesman. He was a Marshal of the Empire during the Napoleonic Wars , and served three times as President of the Council of Ministers (prime minister) of France.

  3. 9 de abr. de 2024 · Nicolas-Jean de Dieu Soult, duke de Dalmatie (born March 29, 1769, Saint-Amans-la-Bastide, later Saint-Amans-Soult, Fr.—died Nov. 26, 1851, Saint-Amans-Soult) was a French military leader and political figure who was noted for his courage in battle and his opportunism in politics.

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  4. By Nathan D. Jensen. Born: March 29, 1769. Place of Birth: Saint-Amans-Labastide, Tarn, France. Died: November 26, 1851. Place of Death: Saint-Amans-Labastide, France. Arc de Triomphe: SOULT on the west pillar. Pronunciation: Beginnings.

  5. By now established as one of Napoleon's most trusted military subordinates, and a formidable battle tactician, Soult was appointed to the Marshalate in 1804, and commanded IV corps against the Third Coalition in late 1805.

  6. Geração D. Carlos de Matos Gomes. ver mais. < 1 min. Nicolas Jean de Dieu Soult. Marechal francês nascido em 1769 e falecido em 1851. Comandou as tropas de Napoleão Bonaparte na Península Ibérica. Em 1809, vindo da Galiza, tomou o Porto, mas foi então derrotado pelo exército anglo-luso.

  7. Follow @DrJohnRickard. Tweet. Marshal Soult was one of the most able of all Napoleon’s marshals, rising from the ranks to become the Grand Old Man of the French Army, and only the fourth man to be created Maréchal-général of the French army. In 1785 he enlisted as a private solider in the royal regiment of infantry.