Jean-Jacques Reubell

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Jean-Jacques Reubell (Rewbell) (born August 12, 1777 in Colmar, died 24 January 1847) was a French general during the Napoleonic Wars.

Life[edit]

After joining the French army he was appointed a second lieutenant on 23 April 1792. In 1796 he was already chief of a battalion, in 1807 he joined the service in the Kingdom of Westphalia under Napoleon Bonaparte's brother Jerome, and on 8 December 1807 he became Brigadier General, and one year later, Major General and Chief of General Staff.

Reubell was a Knight and Officer of the Legion of Honour and Knight of the Ordre royal et militaire de Saint-Louis.