Jean Baptiste, baron Franceschi

Jean Baptiste, baron Franceschi (December 5, 1766, Bastia - March 19, 1813, Danzig), French general entered the French service in 1793. He took part in the operations in Corsica in the following year, and received a wound at the siege of San Fiorenzo. After this he left the island and was appointed a field officer in the French Army of Italy, with which he served from 1795 to 1799. He served as a general officer in the campaign of Marengo, in the Naples campaign of 1805-1806, and in the Peninsular War from 1807 to 1809. He was created a baron by Napoleon. He commanded a Neapolitan brigade in the Russian War of 1812, and after the retreat from Moscow took refuge, with the remnant of his command, in Danzig, where in the course of the siege of 1813 he died. His name is included on L'arc de Triomphe.

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Date of birth
December 5th, 1766
Nationality
France
Date of death
March 19th, 1813 at age of 46

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