Jean-Baptiste Jacopin

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Jean Baptiste Jacopin (20 October 1755 – 28 May 1811), was a French General during the French Revolutionary Wars and the Napoleonic Wars. He was appointed Adjutant General and Chief of Brigade 28 November 1793, and General of Brigade 10 January 1794. Napoleon awarded him the Commander of the Legion of Honor, 14 June 1804.[1] As part of Pierre Marie Barthélemy Ferino's I. Division of the Army of the Danube, he participated in the Battle of Ostrach and the Battle of Stockach.[2]

Sources cited[edit]

  1. ^ Tony Broughton. "Generals Who Served in the French Army 1789-1815." Research Subjects: Generals in French Service. Napoleon Series. Robert Burnham, Editor in chief. October 2006. Accessed 18 May 2010.
  2. ^ Jean-Baptiste Jourdan, A Memoir of the operations of the army of the Danube under the command of General Jourdan, taken from the manuscripts of that officer, London: Debrett, 1799, p. 91.