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  1. Louis-Nicolas d’Avoût, genannt Davoût, in älteren Texten sowie am Pariser Triumphbogen auch Davoust geschrieben, (* 10. Mai 1770 in Annoux, Département Yonne, Burgund; † 1. Juni 1823 in Paris) war ein französischer Offizier in der Zeit der Revolutionskriege, Pair und Maréchal d’Empire.

  2. Louis-Nicolas d'Avout (French pronunciation: [lwi nikɔla davu]; 10 May 1770 – 1 June 1823), better known as Davout, 1st Prince of Eckmühl, 1st Duke of Auerstaedt, was a French military commander and Marshal of the Empire who served during both the French Revolutionary Wars and the Napoleonic Wars.

  3. Louis Nicolas d’Avout puis Davout, duc d'Auerstaedt, prince d'Eckmühl, né le 10 mai 1770 à Annoux en Bourgogne et mort le 1 er juin 1823 à Paris, est un général français de la Révolution et de l’Empire, élevé à la dignité de maréchal d'Empire par Napoléon en 1804.

    • « Le Maréchal de fer », « La Bête de Hambourg »
  4. Marshal Louis-Nicolas Davout. By Nathan D. Jensen. Born: May 10, 1770. Place of Birth: Annoux, Yonne, France. Died: June 1, 1823. Cause of Death: Illness. Place of Death: Paris, France. Arc de Triomphe: DAVOUST on the east pillar. Pronunciation: Beginnings.

  5. 26. Feb. 2024 · Louis-Nicolas Davout, duke of Auerstedt (born May 10, 1770, Annoux, France—died June 1, 1823, Paris) was a French marshal who was one of the most distinguished of Napoleon’s field commanders. Born into the noble family of d’Avout, he was educated at the École Royale Militaire in Paris and entered Louis XVI ’s service as a ...

    • John G. Gallaher
  6. DAVOUT, Louis Nicolas (10 May 1770 – 1 June 1823) Arguably the finest corps commander among Napoleon’s marshals, Davout was born in Burgundy to a minor noble family, and followed his father to the royal cavalry in 1788. Though a supporter of the French Revolution, he was dismissed from the regular army in 1791, but immediatelty elected ...

  7. 11. Nov. 2013 · Schwer zu glauben war es für den gestürzten Kaiser, dass sich ausgerechnet sein Protegé Louis Nicolas Davout nach der Niederlage von Waterloo gegen ihn gewandt und ihm als Kriegsminister von...