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Re: The official AHF Austria-Hungary quiz thread

Post by JakeV » 19 Oct 2019 13:56

Additions re Keki

Generalmajor Richard Keki (römisch-katholisch)
* 15.08.1864 in Petrovoszello/Komitat Bács-Bodrog/Ungarn (heute Bačko Petrovo Selo/Serbien)
† 11.05.1916 im Korpskommandogebäude in Wien-Innere Stadt, Universitätsstraße 7 (Selbstmord durch Kopfschuß)

Eltern: k.u.k. Major Franz Ferdinand Keki & Clementine, geb. Waletschnigg

07.09.1903 Heirat in Freiwaldau mit Aurelia, geb. Hackenberg (* 18.03.1883 in Freiwaldau), Tochter des Direktors der Eisenindustrie-Aktiengesellschaft in Böhmischdorf bei Freiwaldau Emil Hackenberg († 1905)

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Post by IanE » 19 Oct 2019 22:30

GM promoted in 1917 (1861 - 1946)
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Re: The official AHF Austria-Hungary quiz thread

Post by IanE » 22 Oct 2019 21:47

He commanded FJ baon 10 prior to World War 1.

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Re: The official AHF Austria-Hungary quiz thread

Post by paulus45 » 24 Oct 2019 10:04

Friedrich Edler von Löw ?

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Post by IanE » 24 Oct 2019 21:02

Correct...over to you.

Generalmajor Friedrich Josef Rudolf Edler von Löw
Born: 06 Jan 1861
Died: 14 Sep 1946

Oberst: 09 May 1913
GM: 01 Nov 1918 (04 Dec 1918)

Kmdt. FJB 10 IV 1910 – IV 1913
Kmdt. IR 14 IV 1913 – IX 1914**
Kmdt. 71 IBrig IV – XI 1918

MVK 2 (KDS), EKO-R2 (KDS), L O-R(KDS), EKO-R3 (KDS), FJO-R, MVK 3 (KDS), MVK 3, D2, MJM98, MJK 08.
** I have no idea what Friedrich Löw did between IX 1914 and IV 1918, other than he is listed in the various Rangisten as being part of IR 14.
I would be gratefull if some one could provide an answer to the missing period.

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Re: The official AHF Austria-Hungary quiz thread

Post by paulus45 » 25 Oct 2019 07:01

1863 - 1946
GM 1914, FMLT 1917

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Post by Frech » 25 Oct 2019 11:52

kaisertreu wrote:
24 Oct 2019 21:02
Correct...over to you.

Generalmajor Friedrich Josef Rudolf Edler von Löw
Born: 06 Jan 1861
Died: 14 Sep 1946

Oberst: 09 May 1913
GM: 01 Nov 1918 (04 Dec 1918)

Kmdt. FJB 10 IV 1910 – IV 1913
Kmdt. IR 14 IV 1913 – IX 1914**
Kmdt. 71 IBrig IV – XI 1918

MVK 2 (KDS), EKO-R2 (KDS), L O-R(KDS), EKO-R3 (KDS), FJO-R, MVK 3 (KDS), MVK 3, D2, MJM98, MJK 08.
** I have no idea what Friedrich Löw did between IX 1914 and IV 1918, other than he is listed in the various Rangisten as being part of IR 14.
I would be gratefull if some one could provide an answer to the missing period.

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Dear Ian,

here some info from ÖSTA:

06.01.1861 geboren in Udine, Italien;
18.08.1881 als Leutnant aus der Militär-Akademie zu Infanterie-Regiment 54;
01.11.1895 Hauptmann;
17.03.1906 zu Infanterie-Regiment 93;
01.05.1906 Major;
26.04.1910 Oberstleutnant und transferiert zu Feldjäger-Bataillon 10 als Kommandant;
01.05.1913 Oberst und Regimentskommandant Infanterie-Regiment 14;
06.11.1915 Kommandant 13. Infanterie-Brigade;
19.05.1917 Generalmajor;
04.09.1917 Kommandant der Armeereserve 3. Armee;
01.01.1919 Ruhestand;
14.09.1946 gestorben in Linz, Oberösterreich.

source: https://www.archivinformationssystem.at ... x?ID=87531

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Post by IanE » 25 Oct 2019 20:21

Hi Christian,

Many thanks for the additional information.

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Re: The official AHF Austria-Hungary quiz thread

Post by paulus45 » 02 Nov 2019 09:58

The photo was taken in April 1916 when he commanded the 92. Infanterietruppendivision.

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Post by paulus45 » 20 Nov 2019 21:19

… he was the last commander of the 16. Infanteriedivision (June - November 1918).

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Post by Waleed Y. Majeed » 24 Nov 2019 08:51

Hello Paulus. FML. Johann Fernengel would be my answer.

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Post by paulus45 » 24 Nov 2019 11:00

Correct!

FML Johann Fernengel
* 23. Oktober 1863 in Agnetheln, Siebenbürgen
+24. April 1946 in Graz

A very detailed biography can be found in Agnethler Blatt Nr. 92, pages 15 - 22; online at hog-agnetheln.com (in ger.)

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http://www.hog-agnetheln.com/wp-content ... 92_Web.pdf

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Post by Waleed Y. Majeed » 24 Nov 2019 19:31

Thanks paulus. Found a good one I hope.
Born in 1867 and died in 1954. Served in the armed forces of 3 different countries during his life. This is him in his K.U.K. uniform.
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Re: The official AHF Austria-Hungary quiz thread

Post by paulus45 » 24 Nov 2019 22:31

a shot from the hip - is this Emil Uzelac?

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Post by Waleed Y. Majeed » 25 Nov 2019 05:25

You‘re goooood! Over to you again.
Picture source, though I cropped it a little. https://de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emil_Uzela

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