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Andrei Ivanovich Gorchakov

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Service/branch  Infantry
Commands held  1st Infantry Corps
Rank  Lieutenant general
Years of service  1786–1820
Died  1855
Allegiance  Russian Empire
Andrei Ivanovich Gorchakov
Born  1768 Moscow (1768)
Battles/wars  War of the Second Coalition Battle of Cassano (1799) Battle of Trebbia (1799) Battle of Novi (1799) French invasion of Russia Battle of Smolensk (1812) Battle of Borodino (1812) War of the Sixth Coalition Battle of Bautzen (1813) Battle of Dresden (1813) Battle of Leipzig (1813) Battle of Brienne (1814) Battle of Bar-sur-Aube (1814) Battle of Laubressel (1814) Battle of Paris (1814)
Battles and wars  War of the Second Coalition, Battle of Cassano

Andrei Ivanovich Gorchakov (1768 – 1855) led a Russian infantry corps in the German Campaign of 1813 and the French Campaign of 1814 during the Napoleonic Wars. He participated in the 1799 Italian and Swiss expedition on the staff of his uncle Alexander Suvorov and was at Cassano, the Trebbia and Novi. In 1812 he fought at Smolensk and Borodino. At Bautzen in May 1813 he led the second line of the Right Wing. He commanded the 1st Infantry Corps, at Dresden and Leipzig in 1813 and at Bar-sur-Aube, Laubressel and Paris in 1814.

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Andrei Ivanovich Gorchakov Wikipedia


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