général Mouton Count of Lobau

georges MOUTON (1770-1838)

georges Mouton was born on February 21, 1770 at the current n6 rue Lobau at the corner of rue Emile Erckmann in Phalsbourg. The Emperor Napoleon had said of him: "My Sheep is a lion" and had nicknamed the town Phalsbourg: "the Nursery of the Braves".

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statue of general georges Mouton, Count of Lobau, Place d'Armes, Phalsbourg, par Jaley.
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gEORgES MOUTON
Marshal Count of Lobau
Born in Phalsbourg on February 21, 1770,
Died in Paris on November 27, 1838,

Bas-relief :
Capture of Burgos - October 10, 1808

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Bas-relief :
Passage of the Landshutt Bridge April 21, 1808


general Mouton rests in the crypt of the invalides in Paris.


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