Jacques Tarade (1646–1720) was a French engineer and colleague of Vauban, Marshal of France. He built the Barrage Vauban in Strasbourg, and the Rue Tarade in that town is named after him. He also designed the church in Huningue and the later phases of the defensive works for the city of Landau.
- Lepage, Jean-Denis (2010), Vauban and the French Military Under Louis XIV: An Illustrated History of Fortifications and Strategies (illustrated ed.), McFarland, p. 180, ISBN 9780786444014
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