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  1. Nicolas Jean-de-Dieu Soult (* 29. März 1769 in Saint-Amans-La-Bastide, heute Saint-Amans-Soult, Département Tarn; † 26. November 1851 ebenda) war ein französischer Offizier in der Zeit der Revolutionskriege, der durch Napoleon zum Duc de Dalmatie (Herzog von Dalmatien) erhoben und zum Maréchal d’Empire ernannt wurde.

  2. 9. Apr. 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.

  3. Marshal General Jean-de-Dieu Soult, [1] [2] 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.

  4. Died: November 26, 1851. Place of Death: Saint-Amans-Labastide, France. Arc de Triomphe: SOULT on the west pillar. Pronunciation: Beginnings. Nicolas Jean de Dieu Soult was one of the many young soldiers who rose from obscurity to high command and proved himself a talented commander.

  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. He made his international reputation leading the decisive charge at Austerlitz, and fought at Jena, Eylau and Heilsberg in ...

  6. Übersicht. Lebensdaten. 1769 - 1851. Geburtsort. Saint-Amans-La-Bastide,Saint-Amans-Soult. Sterbeort. Saint-Amans la Bastide. Beruf/Funktion. General ; Verteidigungsminister ; Marschall. Normdaten. GND: 119056437 | OGND | VIAF: 61604577. Namensvarianten. Soult, Nicolas-Jean de Dieu. Dalmatie, Nicolas Jean de Dieu Soult de.

  7. Fils d'un notaire du Tarn, engagé dès 1785, Soult conquiert ses grades successifs aux armées de la Moselle puis de Sambre et Meuse ; c'est seulement à l'armée d'Helvétie que, nommé général de division en avril 1799, il s'acquitte avec succès de tâches importantes sous les ordres de Masséna.