Lipót Pálffy de Erdőd

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Count Lipót (Leopold) Pálffy de Erdőd (1764–1825) was the Count of Pozsony County and the Major General, who after the destruction of Dévény Castle negotiated with Napoleon I.[1][2]


  1. ^ Deutsche Grafenhäuser der Gegenwart: in heraldischer, historischer und genealogischer Beziehung. A - Z, Band 3, Seite 295, Ernst Heinrich Kneschke, Verlag Weigel, 1854.
  2. ^ The History of the Rise, Progress, and Overthrow of Napoleon Bonaparte: With a Summary Account of the Circumstances which Paved the Way to the French Revolution Together with a History of the Wars, page 650, Theophilus Camden, J. Stratford, 1814.