Michel du Guesclin
Fictional Character
POD: c 85,000,000 BCE;
Relevant POD: 1452
Appearance(s): The United States of Atlantis
Type of Appearance: Direct
Nationality: United States of Atlantis (first a French, later a British, subject)
Religion: Catholicism
Date of Birth: 18th century
Occupation: Planter, Politician, Revolutionary
Relatives: François Kersauzon (indirect ancestor);
Roland Kersauzon (distant cousin)
Political Office(s): Atlantean Assemblyman/Senator

Michel du Guesclin was a planter from the French-speaking region of Atlantis. He joined the Atlantean Assembly at the outset of the Atlantean War of Independence (much to the relief of the English-speaking delegates, who feared that the French Atlanteans might not stand united with them against England).[1]

Du Guesclin joined the delegation that convinced Victor Radcliff to take command of the Army of the Atlantean Assembly. As Radcliff had made war on the French Atlanteans a dozen years before, this faith counted for a great deal.[2]

Later on, Du Guesclin acted as a sounding board for Radcliff's idea to seek an alliance with France.[3]

Du Guesclin was distantly related to François Kersauzon, the probable discoverer of Atlantis in the 15th century, and Roland Kersauzon, an officer of the losing army in the previous war. A devout Catholic, du Guesclin abhorred the seemingly atheistic philosophy of Voltaire.


  1. The United States of Atlantis, pg. 27, HC.
  2. Ibid., pg. 29.
  3. Ibid., pg. 145-146.