Général Jean Rapp, aide de camp of Napoleon, a post he held until 1814. Under this title, he was charged with many confidential missions by Napoleon in the Vendée, Switzerland and Belgium. After the Waterloo Campaign, he offered his resignation several times, but was reinstated. Later, Rapp became a deputy of the department of Haut-Rhin and was appointed as treasurer of Louis XVIII in 1819.
Jean Lannes, 1st Duc de Montebello was a Marshal of the French Empire. He was one of Napoleon's most daring and talented generals. Napoleon once commented on Lannes: "I found him a pygmy and left him a giant". A personal friend of the emperor, he was allowed to address him with the familiar "tu", as opposed to the formal "vous".
Feldmarschall Fürst von Schwarzenberg was an Austrian field marshal, and one in which Bonaparte himself held in the highest regard. Siding with the Coalition, he led the Allied army north and played a major role in Napoleon's decisive defeat at the Battle of Leipzig on 16–18 October. In 1814, he beat a French force at Bar-sur-Aube, and he repelled an attack by Napoleon in the Battle of Arcis-sur-Aube on 20–21 March. His capture of Paris on 31 March resulted in the overthrow of Napoleon.