- EXELMANS, REMY JOSEPH ISODORE, COMTE
- a distinguished French marshal, born at Bar-le-Duc; entered the army at 16; won distinction in the Naples campaign, and for his services at Eylau in 1807 was made a Brigadier-General; was taken prisoner in Spain while serving under Murat, and sent to England, where he was kept prisoner three years; liberated, took part in Napoleon's Russian campaign, for his conduct in which he was appointed a General of Division; after Napoleon's fall lived in exile till 1830; received honours from Louis Philippe, and was created a Marshal of France by Louis Napoleon in 1851 (1775-1852).
The Nuttall Encyclopaedia. James Wood. 1907.
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Rémy-Isodore Exelmans — Rémy Isidore Exelmans Rémy Joseph Isidore, comte Exelmans (auch Excelmans; * 13. November 1775 in Bar le Duc; † 22. Juni 1852 in Sèvres bei Paris) war ein französischer Marschall. Leben Exelmans begann 1791 seine militärische … Deutsch Wikipedia