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Louis Vallin (16 August 1770 in Dormans – 25 December 1854 in Paris) was a French general. He was involved on the Royalist side in the French intervention in Spain. His name is inscribed in the 12th column on the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. He was a commander of the Order of Saint Louis and a grand officier of the Legion of Honor, as well as being made a baron under the First French Empire.
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