Guillaume Marie-Anne, comte de Brune, maréchal de France (1763-1815) par Eugène Battaille d'après Marie-Guillemine Benoist, XIXe siècle, château de Versailles. Né le 13 mars 1763 à Brive-la-Gaillarde et mort assassiné le 2 août 1815 à Avignon, est un maréchal d'Empire. Tenu à l'écart des hautes fonctions administratives et militaires par Napoléon Ier en raison de son républicanisme
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Marshal Andrea Massena- called by N. "the dear child of victory". became Duke of Rivoli and prince of Esslling. The son of a wine seller, he was from Nice (then under the king of Piedmont's rule), and had clearly Italian origins, but he joind the french army. Before that, he started working as a boy due to his father's death, as cabin boy and fruitseller.
Gen. François Joseph Lefebvre (1755-1820) commanded the Paris troops and reluctantly agreed to support Napoleon Bonaparte in his coup d'état. In the year 1800 Bonaparte appointed him senator and Marshal of France in 1804.
Gioacchino Murat (1767 - 1815) - generale di brigata nel 1796; - generale di divisione nel 1799; - maresciallo nel 1804; - granduca di Berg e clèves nel 1806; - comandante la cavalleria nel 1807; - re di Napoli e delle due Sicilie nel 1808.
Jean-Toussaint Arrighi de Casanova (born 8 March 1778 in Corte; died 22 March 1853 in Paris), duc de Padova, was a French diplomat and soldier of the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. In the late 1840s, Arrighi was also involved in politics and was elected Deputy and then Senator in the French Parliament. He was a cousin-in-law of Napoleon I of France.