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His greatest fame came at Eylau, le led his regiment despite suffering from severe rheumatism. It hey sat immobile under heavy artillery fire that Lepic called out Ibis fam ous remark: 'Heads up! ' - an mt immortalised by Detaille's painting of the incident, entitled by nench version of his exclamation: 'Haut les tBes! ' More significant, however, was Lepic's leadership in the cavalry charges which followed. He took his men through the Russi;m lines, rallied, and, declining a call to surrender, fought his way back, wounded.
Nalry as a private soldier in 1781, he was a corporal in Louis XVI's ('onctitutional Guard and was commissioned in 1792. After a number of r,~mpaignsand several wounds, in 1805 he was appointed colonel-major drhe Grenadiers 5 Cheval of the Imperial Guard, one of the most ~)testigiousregiments of the army. His greatest fame came at Eylau, le led his regiment despite suffering from severe rheumatism. It hey sat immobile under heavy artillery fire that Lepic called out Ibis fam ous remark: 'Heads up!