- Category : 1817-births
- Type : MGP
- Profile : 2/4 - Hermit / Opportunist
- Definition : Single
- Incarnation Cross : RAX Laws 4
French writer, the son of General Henri-Gatien, Comte Bertrand (1773–1844), one of Napoleon Bonaparte's last allies. Arthur Bertrand wrote the book, Lettres sur L’Expédition de Sainte-Hélène en 1840 (Paris, 1841) about his journey with his father to St. Helena to collect Napoleon’s remains which they returned to Paris. Bertrand is known for his affairs with French actresses Elisabeth Rachel Félix, also known as Mademoiselle Rachel (1821-1858) and Virginie Déjazet (1798-1875). He died on 6 March 1871 at Châteauroux, aged 54.