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Nikolaus von Maillot de la Treille

Nikolaus Hubert Freiherr[1] von[2] Maillot de la Treille (September 25, 1774 – August 28, 1834) was a Bavarian Lieutenant General and War Minister under Maximilian I Joseph and Ludwig I of Bavaria.


Von Maillot de la Treille was born in Jülich. He joined the cadets corps of the Bavarian army in 1776, and took part in the campaigns during 1800 and 1815. During the war, his son August was born in 1803.[3] In 1813 he became Major General and Brigadier, and was Bavarian military representative of the German Confederation after 1819. Forced by field-marshal Von Wrede and crown prince Ludwig,[4] he became minister of state of the army (Staatsminister der Armee) on September 30, 1822[5] and was advanced to the rank of Lieutenant General in 1824. In 1926 the ministry post was renamed to war minister. Von Maillot de la Treille was retired in 1829, and died in Munich, where he was buried in the Old Southern Cemetery.[6]

His manor-house in Schwabing was built by the architect Jean Baptiste Métivier.[7]

References and notes

Government offices
Preceded by
Johann Nepomuk Graf von Triva
Ministers of War (Bavaria)
Succeeded by
Georg von Weinrich

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