Victor Lahorie

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Victor Claude Alexandre Fanneau de Lahorie (Javron-les-Chapelles; 5 January 1766 - Paris; 29 October 1812) was a French general who served during the First Empire.

He was shot by a firing squad for his participation in the Malet conspiracy against Napoléon. He was widely known as the lover of Sophie Trébuchet, Victor Hugo's mother.