François Franceschi-Losio

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François Franceschi-Losio (3 July 1770 – 1810) was an Italo-French general, who entered the French Revolutionary army in 1795.

Born in Milan, he served through the Italian campaign of 1796-97, and subsequently, like Franceschi-Delonne, with Masséna at Zurich and at Genoa, and at the headquarters of King Joseph Bonaparte in Italy and Spain. He was killed in a duel by Carlo Filangieri in 1810.[1]