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  1. Arthur Wellesley, 1:e hertig av Wellington, född 1 maj 1769 antingen i Dublin eller i grevskapet Meath på Irland, död 14 september 1852 i Walmer i Kent, känd som the Iron Duke (’järnhertigen’), var en brittisk militär, torypolitiker och diplomat. Han ledde den allierade armén till seger över Napoleon i slaget vid Waterloo 1815.

  2. 19 de set. de 2023 · The Duke of Wellington's legacy still towers over British history today. The hero of Waterloo, vanquisher of Napoleon – poet laureate Alfred Lord Tennyson hailed him as the 'last great Englishman'.

  3. Arthur Wellesley, 1er duc de Wellington, par Thomas Lawrence . Arthur Wellesley, 1er comte, ensuite marquis, et duc de Wellington, est un aristocrate anglo-irlandais, puis militaire et homme d'État britannique, né le 30 avril 1769 à Dangan Castle ( comté de Meath, Irlande) et mort le 14 septembre 1852 à Walmer ( Kent ).

  4. Armas de los duques de Wellington. El ducado de Wellington, derivado de Wellington en Somerset, Inglaterra, es un título nobiliario hereditario británico. El primer duque fue Arthur Wellesley ( 1769 - 1852 ), el famoso general y estadista británico nacido en Irlanda que, junto con Blücher, derrotó a Napoleón en la batalla de Waterloo.

  5. 17 de nov. de 2019 · Napoleonic Wars: Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington. Arthur Wellesley was born in Dublin, Ireland in late April or early May 1769, and was the fourth son of Garret Wesley, Earl of Mornington and his wife Anne. Though initially educated locally, Wellesley later attended Eton (1781-1784), before receiving additional schooling in Brussels, Belgium.

  6. Wellington is cold, imperious, and impatient. Sharpe's reluctant patron, having raised Sharpe from the ranks in gratitude for Sharpe having saved his life, Wellington is uncomfortable with Sharpe, but not above using him as a weapon, counting on Sharpe's pride, luck, and cleverness to get the job done. He regards Sharpe as a rogue, but a useful rogue, and on at least one occasion, wished he ...

  7. Wellington: The Iron Duke. A leading political and military figure of the 19th century, the Duke of Wellington is best remembered for his defeat of Napoleon Bonaparte at Waterloo in 1815. As a general, he was renowned for his stunning defensive skills. His battle plans are still studied in military academies today. View this object.