Napoleon Series Archive 2015

Re: Dumoulin & Cambacérès
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D'Erlon was one of the ringleaders of the abortive mutiny and I presume that on the second Restoration he was court-martialled in his absence and sentenced to death. According to Wikipedia (not a very good entry) he was amnestied in 1825 and another site suggests he did not return to France till 1830. It may have taken him a while to get back into position - possibly some legal work had to be done over the court-martial sentence before he could be re-employed. Just a suggestion.

Susan

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