François Joseph Lefevre ou Lefebvre (né le 25 octobre 1755 à Rouffach - mort à Paris le 14 septembre 1820) - Maréchal d'Empire - époux de "Madame Sans-Gêne" - gravé par Charon d'après Martinet et publié chez Jean - MAS Estampes Anciennes - Antique Prints

François Joseph Lefevre ou Lefebvre (né le 25 octobre 1755 à Rouffach - mort à Paris le 14 septembre 1820) - Maréchal d'Empire - époux de "Madame Sans-Gêne" - gravé par Charon d'après Martinet et publié chez Jean - MAS Estampes Anciennes - Antique Prints

Joseph

Duc de Dantzig

Duc de Dantzig

Buste de Lefevre à Rouffach

Buste de Lefevre à Rouffach

Statue de Lefevre à Rouffach

Statue de Lefevre à Rouffach

Lefevre, membre du Sénat

Lefevre, membre du Sénat

Statue du maréchal Lefebvre au Louvre

Statue du maréchal Lefebvre au Louvre


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François Joseph Lefevre ou Lefebvre (né le 25 octobre 1755 à Rouffach - mort à Paris le 14 septembre 1820) - Maréchal d'Empire - époux de "Madame Sans-Gêne" - gravé par Charon d'après Martinet et publié chez Jean - MAS Estampes Anciennes - Antique Prints

François Joseph Lefevre ou Lefebvre (né le 25 octobre 1755 à Rouffach - mort à Paris le 14 septembre 1820) - Maréchal d'Empire - époux de "Madame Sans-Gêne" - gravé par Charon d'après Martinet et publié chez Jean - MAS Estampes Anciennes - Antique Prints

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Joachim Murat (1767-1815) was Grand Duke of Berg from 1806 to 1808 and then King of Naples from 1808 to 1815. He received his titles in part by being the brother-in-law of Napoleon Bonaparte, through marriage to Napoleon's youngest sister, Caroline.

Joachim Murat: Franco-Moorish General and King of Naples who assumed the name of Joachim Napoleon, and was later King of Naples, from the Department of Lot, the Auvergne, France, a region known for the Negroid strain in its inhabitants, many descended from a million Moors driven out of Spain. a m This is the same part of France from which came Bernadotte, King of Sweden, and Pierre Laval, twice Premier of France, both of whom were dark-skinned and were commonly said to be of Moorish ancestry

Joachim Murat: Franco-Moorish General and King of Naples who assumed the name of Joachim Napoleon, and was later King of Naples, from the Department of Lot, the Auvergne, France, a region known for the Negroid strain in its inhabitants, many descended from a million Moors driven out of Spain. a m This is the same part of France from which came Bernadotte, King of Sweden, and Pierre Laval, twice Premier of France, both of whom were dark-skinned and were commonly said to be of Moorish ancestry

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