Marais South-Bernard (Maret Hugues-Bernard)( Duc de Bassano)
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Biography Marais South-Bernard (Maret Hugues-Bernard)
Marais, South-Bernard - Maret, Hugues-Bernard (1763-1839) - Duc de Bassano. French politician. A member of the Jacobin Club. In 1791. diplomat, served a mission in London, was ambassador to Naples. After the return of Bonaparte from Egypt, was adopted on the advice of Talleyrand, his secretary. After the coup of 18 Brumaire - Secretary of State. 1811-13 he. - Minister of Foreign Affairs, then up to the abdication of Napoleon, his personal adviser. During the Hundred Days - again, Secretary of State. After the second restoration of the exiled from the country. He was engaged in propaganda Bonapartism. After the Revolution of July 1830. - Peer of France.