Louis Albert Guislain Bacler d'Albe
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Bacler d'Albe (October 21, 1761 – September 12, 1824) was a French artist, as well as the map-maker and the closest strategic advisor of Napoléon from 1796 (they knew each other from 1793) until 1814.
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- Pictures and texts of Souvenirs pittoresques du Général Bacler d'Albe by Louis-Albert-Ghislain Bacler d'Albe can be found in the database VIATIMAGES.
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