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Duroc Geraud Christophe Michel

Duroc Geraud Christophe Michel (1772—1813)

Duke of Friuli. An aristocrat (name originally du Roc), he was a student at the artillery school of Châlons at 20 years old. Left to follow his parents abroad. Returned to the school in March 1793 and graduated in June, going to the 2nd Regiment of Foot Artillery. Met Bonaparte at the siege of Toulon. ADC to General Lespinasse, and went with him to Italy in May 1796. In the following October he became Bonaparte's ADC to replace Murat. He was to stay at Napoleon's side until his death in 1813. First ADC to the First Consul (Napoleon), appointed chef de brigade (colonel) of the 3rd Regiment of Horse Artillery in March 1800, general of brigade in October 1801, Governor of the Palace of the Tuileries the following month, general of division in August 1803, Grand Officer, then Grand Marshal of the Palace in February 1805.

Ajman, 1970, French army crossing the Alps

Chad, 1969, Napoleon visiting the Hotel des Invalides

Equatorial Guinea, 1977, Battle of Pyramids

Equatorial Guinea, 1977, French army crossing Alpes

Fujeira, 1972, Napoleon at the gates of Madrid

Gabon, 1969, Oath of the Army

Grenada, 1971, Napoleon before Madrid

Guyana, 1993, Coronation of Napoleon

Manama, 1970, Surrender of Madrid

Manama, 1972, Surrender of Madrid

Ras al-Khaima, 1970, Proclamation of the Empire at Saint-Cloud

Ras al-Khaima, 1970, Coronation of Napoleon

Ras al-Khaima, 1970, Coronation of Napoleon

Ras al-Khaima, 1972, Napoleon before Madrid

Upper Volta, 1969, Napoleon before Madrid


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