Drouet, Jean Baptiste, Comte d'Erlon (17651844)

Drouet, Jean Baptiste, Comte d'Erlon, marshal of France, born at Rheims; distinguished in the wars of the Republic and the Empire; on Napoleon's return from Elba seized on the citadel of Lille, and held it for the emperor; commanded the first corps d'armée at Waterloo; left France at the Restoration; returned after the July Revolution; became governor of Algiers, and was created marshal (17651844).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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