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Jean de Brosse

Life: 1375-1433
Birth Place: Huriel, France
Historical Role: General, Noble
Titles:Lord of Boussac, Lord of Sainte-Sévère, Lord of Huriel, Lord of Perugia, Marshal of France
Primary countries affected: France
Secondary countries affected
: United Kingdom
Events: Hundred Years War (1337-1453), Siege of Orleans (1429)

Biography:


Jean de Brosse, was a personality during the Hundred Years War, he was a close follower of King Charles VII and Joan of Arc. Jean de Brosse, was a close friend to King Charles VII, he was later put in charge of the King's safety. He was named Marshal of France in 1426, He then fought the English alongside the other great Marshals of France. When Joan of Arc set out for Orleans she was escorted by Jean, who became one of her supporters. When Joan was captured in 1430, Jean tried to save her but was unsuccessful.

Sources:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_de_Brosse

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