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Director General ofReviews and Conscription (Lacuee, 1806-10; Mathieu-Dumas, 1810-12; Hastrel, 1812-14) Inspectors in Chief of Reviews In 1802, six, ranking as generals of division Inspectors of Reviews In 1802, 30, ranking as generals of brigade Sub-Inspectors of Reviews In 1802, 100, ranking as colonels Assistant Sub-Inspectors 1st Class Created 1811, ranking as chefs de bataillon Assistant Sub-Inspectors 2nd Class Ranking as captains The Commissaires des Guerres were responsible for provisions and supplies of all kinds, including levying contributions from occupied countries; for ensuring the security of supply convoys, artillery trains and ambulances; for hospitals and prisons; and for the distribution of food, fodder, fuel, clothing and equipment, and all the accountancy associated with these transactions and deliveries: Minister of War Administration (Dejean, 1802-10; Lacuee, 1810-13; Daru, 1813-14 & 1815) Intendant General of the Grande Armee (Petiet, 1804-06; Villemanzy, 1806; Daru, 1806-12; Mathieu-Dumas, 1812-14; Daure, 1815) Director General for Supplies (Chief) Organizing Commissioners, departments of: Hospitals, Transport, Supplies & Rations, Support The only military department within this organization was the Gendarmes under Col Lauer, who were responsible for escorting and guarding transports and convoys.
With the seat of war moving towards the east, the company was sent to Warsaw, where it was increased to 120 men. On 30June 1807, at Tilsit, they became the 'Guides du Prince de Neuchatel', at the disposal of Berthier; and later, simply the 'Compagnie d'elite du grand quartier general'. Guides Interpretes de l'Armee d'Allemagne Two squadrons of Guide Interpreters of the Army of Germany were organized by decree of9 October 1805, tasked with carrying orders to the different staffs and to be sent as orderly officers to the generals.
De Beausset gave me a very droll account of one of these nights when, lying pell-mell in very narrow quarters on a little straw, the aidesde-camp summoned to the Emperor would trample mercilessly over the legs of their sleeping companions ... the rest had not the pains of gout from which M. de Beausset was suffering... ' The Imperial tented camp This was a new idea in 1812. When the Imperial Headquarters found no suitable houses, then a tented camp was erected. The Emperor's tent consisted of a 'first salon', a 'second salon', the 'cabinet' and a bedroom, and was carried in a single wagon.