Jacques Desjardin or Jacques Jardin or Jacques Desjardins; (9 February 1759 – 11 February 1807) enlisted in the French royal army as a young man and eventually became a sergeant. During the first years of the French Revolutionary Wars he enjoyed very rapid promotion to the rank of general officer in the army of the French First Republic. In May and June 1794 he emerged as co-commander of an army that tried three times to cross the Sambre at Grandreng, Erquelinnes and Gosselies and each time was thrown back by the Coalition. After that, he reverted to a division commander and saw more service in the north of France, Belgium, and the Netherlands. In the campaign of 1805, he led an infantry division under Marshal Pierre Augereau in Emperor Napoleon's Grande Armée and saw limited fighting. In

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  • Jacques Jardin, dit Desjardin, né à Angers (Maine-et-Loire), où son père exerçait la profession de voiturier, le 9 février 1759 et mort le 11 février 1807, est un général français de la Révolution et de l’Empire. (fr)
  • Jacques Desjardin, gelegentlich Jacques Desjardins (* 9. Februar 1759 in Angers; † 11. Februar 1807 in Landsberg/Ostpreußen) war ein französischer Divisionsgeneral der Infanterie. (de)
  • Жак Жарден (фр. Jacques Jardin; 1759—1807) — французский военный деятель, дивизионный генерал (1794 год), участник революционных и наполеоновских войн. (ru)
  • Jacques Desjardin or Jacques Jardin or Jacques Desjardins; (9 February 1759 – 11 February 1807) enlisted in the French royal army as a young man and eventually became a sergeant. During the first years of the French Revolutionary Wars he enjoyed very rapid promotion to the rank of general officer in the army of the French First Republic. In May and June 1794 he emerged as co-commander of an army that tried three times to cross the Sambre at Grandreng, Erquelinnes and Gosselies and each time was thrown back by the Coalition. After that, he reverted to a division commander and saw more service in the north of France, Belgium, and the Netherlands. In the campaign of 1805, he led an infantry division under Marshal Pierre Augereau in Emperor Napoleon's Grande Armée and saw limited fighting. In 1806 he fought at Jena, Czarnowo and Gołymin. He was mortally wounded at the Battle of Eylau on 8 February 1807 and died three days later. His surname is one of the names inscribed under the Arc de Triomphe, on Column 16. (en)
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  • Kingdom of France
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  • 1759-2-9
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  • Angers, Maine-et-Loire, France
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  • Jacques Desjardin bust sculpted by Antoine Laurent Dantan in the Galerie des Batailles at the Palace of Versailles
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  • Jacques Jardin, dit Desjardin, né à Angers (Maine-et-Loire), où son père exerçait la profession de voiturier, le 9 février 1759 et mort le 11 février 1807, est un général français de la Révolution et de l’Empire. (fr)
  • Jacques Desjardin, gelegentlich Jacques Desjardins (* 9. Februar 1759 in Angers; † 11. Februar 1807 in Landsberg/Ostpreußen) war ein französischer Divisionsgeneral der Infanterie. (de)
  • Жак Жарден (фр. Jacques Jardin; 1759—1807) — французский военный деятель, дивизионный генерал (1794 год), участник революционных и наполеоновских войн. (ru)
  • Jacques Desjardin or Jacques Jardin or Jacques Desjardins; (9 February 1759 – 11 February 1807) enlisted in the French royal army as a young man and eventually became a sergeant. During the first years of the French Revolutionary Wars he enjoyed very rapid promotion to the rank of general officer in the army of the French First Republic. In May and June 1794 he emerged as co-commander of an army that tried three times to cross the Sambre at Grandreng, Erquelinnes and Gosselies and each time was thrown back by the Coalition. After that, he reverted to a division commander and saw more service in the north of France, Belgium, and the Netherlands. In the campaign of 1805, he led an infantry division under Marshal Pierre Augereau in Emperor Napoleon's Grande Armée and saw limited fighting. In (en)
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  • Jacques Desjardin (de)
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