Austro-Hungarian generals, the times of the First World War.

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Re: Austro-Hungarian generals, the times of the First World War.

Post by Tiglatpalassar » 05 Jun 2020 19:51

Thank, JakeV.
Now, a more complicated question. Recheck the correctness of the dates of death that I found.

Babić, Othmar (16.11.1861 - 1943), 1.11.1918 (27.11.18) GM, 1.1.1919
pens.
Békésy von Békés, Josef (16.2.1858 - 1920), 1.5.1909 (4.5.09) GM, 1.12.1913 pens., 4.1.1914 Tit.-FML
Bernolak von Haraszt, Karl (16.2.1843 - 1919), 1.11.1892 (27.10.92) GM, 1.5.1896 (1.5.96) FML, 1.7.1899 pens.
Chaluppa, Wilhelm (19.2.1941 - 1924), 1898 pens., 20.6.1908 Tit.-GM
Donner Edler von Blitzbergen, Hugo (3.3.1850 - 1924), 1906 pens., 9.12.1910 Tit.-GM
Eckensberger von Perlak, Georg (22.4.1845 - 1927), 1.11.1905 (11.11.05) GM, 1.6.1906 pens.
Ehmann von Kulište, Joseph (5.8.1863 - 1940), 1.5.1917 (27.5.17) GM, 1.1.1919 pens.
Fülöpp, Artur (19.12.1854 - 1921), 31.10.1912 (14.11.12) GM, 1.9.1915 (28.8.15) FML, 1.1.1919 pens.
Géczy von Garamszég, Koloman (23.1.1861 - 1937), 25.6.1917 Tit.-GM
Gombos, Michael (13.1.1871 - 1943), 1.8.1917 (5.9.17) GM, 1.1.1919 pens.
Kiss von Nemeskér, Siegmund (1850 - 1933), 1.11.1905 (15.11.05) GM, 1.5.1910 (1.5.10) FML, 1.7.1913 pens.
Klobučar-Rukavina von Bunić, Viktor (1845 - 1922), 1.11.1897 (12.11.97) GM, 1.5.1902 (30.4.02) FML, 29.10.1911 Tit.-FZM, 1.12.1912 pens.
Kouff, Robert Edler von (22.7.1860 - 1954), 1.11.1917 (28.11.17) GM,
1.1.1919 pens.
Kuhn, Vincenz (1860 - 1923), 1.3.1918 Tit.-GM
Kukić, Elias (26.11.1852 - 1928), 1.5.1910 (26.4.10) GM, 1.9.1911 pens.
László von Besenye, Albert (1853 - 1939), 1.5.1913 (27.4.13) GM, 1.1.1916 Tit.-FML u. pens.
Lauterbach, Ludwig Edler von (1852 - 1923), 1909 pens., 31.1.1911 Tit.-GM
Lavrić von Zaplas, Johann (30.8.1850 - 1941), 1.11.1908 (17.11.08) GM, 1.4.1911 pens., 10.6.1912 Tit.-FML, 1.5.1915 wirkl. FML u. reakt.
Lázár von Magyarpécska, Friedrich (1850 - 1922), 1.5.1907 (28.4.07) GM,
1.5.1911 (27.4.11) FML, 1.8.1911 pens.
Lehmann, Eduard Edler von (17.3.1844 - 1924), 1.5.1902 (30.4.02) GM, 1.1.1904 pens.
Lörinczy, Dionysius (1847 - 1920), 1.11.1905 (10.11.05) GM, 1.4.1907
pens., 10.6.1910 Tit.-FML, 1.11.1914 wirkl. FML u. reakt.
Ludmann von Hadusfalva, Julian (30.1.1847 - 1922), 1.5.1902 (7.5.02) GM,
1.11.1906 (29.10.06) FML, 1.3.1911 pens.
Lyczkowski, Wilhelm (1843 - 1925), 1902 pens., 17.12.1908 Tit.-GM
Madziara, Anton (1856 - 1925), 1.9.1915 (12.9.15) GM
Mengele von Marossolymos, Anton (1861 - 1921), 13.5.1917 Tit.-GM
Mina, Alois (1871 - 1954), 1.5.1917 (19.6.17) GM
Nemičić, Alexander (1840 - 24.1.1925), 1897 pens., 28.11.1908 Tit.-GM
Niemeczek, Johann (1851 - 1921), 1907 pens., 9.6.1911 Tit.-GM
Palkovics, Josef (1834 - 1916), 1.5.1894 (27.5.94) GM, 1.5.1898 (25.4.98)
FML, 1.3.1902 pens.
Petković von Batar, Alois (1860 - 1943), 1.5.1916 (12.5.16) GM
Pokorny, Karl (1850 - 1923), 1.5.1905 GM-Char. ad hon. u. pens.
Pollak von Emhofen, Franz (28.7.1841 - 1928), 1.5.1906 (27.4.06) GM, 1.11.1906 pens.
Prochaska, Friedrich (29.4.1858 - 1928), 10.11.1916 Tit.-GM, 1.11.1917
wirkl. GM
Račić, Anton (4.11.1857 - 1933), 1.1.1907 pens., 16.9.1916 Tit.-KA
Schirza, Friedrich Edler von (1859 - 1948), 11.11.1918 Tit.-GM
Schmidt, Rudolf (30.12.1860 - 1938), 1.5.1910 (30.4.10) GM, 1.5.1913
(2.5.13) FML
Schmieg, Georg (16.5.1855 - 1928), 1910 pens., 7.1.1913 Tit.-GM
Sehrig, Oskar (1859 - 1938), 1.11.1911 (22.11.11) GM, 1.5.1913 pens.
Skribe, Viktor (23.12.1843 - 1930), 1.11.1902 (9.11.02) GM, 1.4.1904
pens., 14.3.1908 Tit.-FML
Stadler, Albin von (22.2.1862 - 1924), 10.8.1918 Tit.-GM
Sternberger Edler von Altembergen, Karl (23.3.1858 - 1932), 10.11.1916 Tit.-GM
Stráner von Kötcse, Eugen (1858 - 1929), 14.11.1918 Tit.-GM
Supančić Edler von Kroisenau, Josef (17.2.1850 - 1927), 1907 pens., 4.2.1909 Tit.-GM
Szabó von Hind, Joseph (1852 - 1920), 2.8.1917 Tit.-GM
Szánky von Tarpa, Ferdinand (1831 - 1919), 1.4.1886 GM-Char. ad hon. u. pens.
Szibenliszt Adalbert (Béla) (25.5.1852 - 1936), pens., 4.6.1912 Tit.-GM
Thanheiser, Franz (1853 - 1923), 1909 pens., 31.1.1911 Tit.-GM
Tschurl, Franz (7.11.1845 - 1932), 1897 pens., 2.7.1908 Tit.-GM
Urbanek, Alois Edler von (1852 - 1921), 3.2.1916 Tit.-GM
Velebit, Dušan (9.3.1853 - 1941), 1.5.1910 (12.5.10) GM, 1.2.1911 pens.

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Re: Austro-Hungarian generals, the times of the First World War.

Post by Tiglatpalassar » 08 Jun 2020 11:08

New finds.

Lešić, Anton (14.1.1863, Vinkovci, Slavonia - 3.1.1945, Hrenca near Maribor, Slovenia)
Marić von Gjurgjevac, Karl (1850 - 13.6.1923, Zagreb)
Schmarda von Gradać, Karl (2.2.1859 - 24.12.1919, Zagreb)

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Re: Austro-Hungarian generals, the times of the First World War.

Post by Tiglatpalassar » 09 Jun 2020 10:49

He missed another general of the First World War.

Pill, Franz (? - 16.10.1937), 1.5.1911 (4.5.11) GM, 1.7.1912 pens 11.10.1917 Tit.-FML

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Re: Austro-Hungarian generals, the times of the First World War.

Post by Tiglatpalassar » 16 Jun 2020 12:47

Pill, Franz (12.11.1844 - 16.10.1937)

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Re: Austro-Hungarian generals, the times of the First World War.

Post by IanE » 19 Jun 2020 12:10

One that may have been left of the list:
Jent, Karl ( Titular GM 1917) (12.11.1863 – 14.10.1921)
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Re: Austro-Hungarian generals, the times of the First World War.

Post by Tiglatpalassar » 21 Jun 2020 09:28

This is all that I have so far been able to find on my own.

Eckensberger von Perlak, Georg (22.4.1845 -2.9.1927)
Kukić, Elias (26.11.1852 - 5.11.1928)
Lavrić von Zaplas, Johann (30.8.1850 - 23.9.1941)
Lázár von Magyarpécska, Friedrich (20.1.1850 - 8.6.1922)
Lyczkowski, Wilhelm (5.12.1843 - 22.8.1925)
Madziara, Anton (6.6.1856 - 5.8.1925)
Schirza, Friedrich Edler von (11.7.1859 - 11.12.1948)
Skribe, Viktor (23.12.1843 - 15.4.1930)
Urbanek, Alois Edler von (19.10.1852 - 1.2.1938)
Velebit, Dušan (9.3.1853 - 6.5.1941)

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Re: Austro-Hungarian generals, the times of the First World War.

Post by IanE » 28 Jun 2020 00:52

Update:

Sárkány von Ilenczfalva, Eugen (Pilis/Komitat Pest–Pilis–Solt–Kiskun/Ungarn, 28.1.1869 – 02 Feb 1943)

Source: The Royal Hungarian Armed Forces 1919-1945, Andris Kursietis

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Re: Austro-Hungarian generals, the times of the First World War.

Post by Tiglatpalassar » 09 Jul 2020 23:25

Tiry von Tabán, Viktor Geza (5.2.1855 - 20.10.1942) Bratislava

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Re: Austro-Hungarian generals, the times of the First World War.

Post by IanE » 10 Jul 2020 06:34

An update on the (incorrect) information I posted on the life dates of ilenczafalvi Sárkány Jenő

I have located this information on another Sárkány Jenő (son perhaps?)
ilenczafalvi Sárkány Jenő: Budapest, 22 September 1899 - near Krasnoye-Olim, 02 February 1943
1915-16: Graduated from a Military High School in Bratislava
1916-18: Student at the Mӧdling Technical Academy
1918: Promoted to Leutnant.
Served on the Italian front.
04 November 1918: He enters Italian captivity – released 25 September 1919.
Enters the Royal Honvéd Army.
Ezredes and Assistant to the Minister of Defence.
1939: Military attaché in Warsaw
01 August 1942: 2nd Hungarian Army (III. Chief of Staff of the Corps - Stomm Marcel).
During the retreat to the Don he committed suicide to avoid capture by the Russians.

Jake’s date of 1945 for vezérörnagy Jenő ilenczfalvi Sárkány is correct - 1945. Apologies to Jake for doubting😊

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Re: Austro-Hungarian generals, the times of the First World War.

Post by Tiglatpalassar » 10 Jul 2020 12:18

Pachner von Zobor, Konstantin (29.8.1842 Nyitra - 20.1.1923 Bratislava)
Nevertheless, the alleged dates of death that I found in Czechoslovakia are confirmed.

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Re: Austro-Hungarian generals, the times of the First World War.

Post by Tiglatpalassar » 20 Sep 2020 18:32

Graenzenstein, Artur (1840 - 14.8.1921 Lugos, Romanie), 1.10.1895 GM-Char. ad hon. u. pens.
Schwaab von Óhegy, Alfred (1857 - 1.3.1936 Budapest), 1.5.1910 (20.5.10) GM, 1.10.1911 pens., 22.7.1913 Tit.-FML, 1914 reakt., 1.5.1915 wirkl. FML, 1.1.1919 pens.

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Re: Austro-Hungarian generals, the times of the First World War.

Post by IanE » 04 Oct 2020 07:38

Nowotny, Adam Adolf (24 Dec 1865 - 20 Nov 1936)b Generalmajor

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Re: Austro-Hungarian generals, the times of the First World War.

Post by Tiglatpalassar » 23 Oct 2020 21:16

GALETTA Emil (10.1.1862-9.3.1945 Szekesfehervar)
KREYCY von Nagypolány Agoston (16.8.1863-1940 Budapest)
MARK Jozsef (2.6.1858-4.6.1941 Tolcsva)

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Re: Austro-Hungarian generals, the times of the First World War.

Post by Tiglatpalassar » 23 Oct 2020 23:43

Thank you, Кalmar Endre, for the information provided.

Baranyay von Nagyvárad, Emmerich (1848 - 1941)
Say, Viktor (1829 - 1902 Budapest)


and two more whose dates of birth are unknown to me:

Szávits von Temesliget, Kornelius (? - 13.12.1934 Sopron)
Vörös von Farád, Tibor (? - 30.8.1919 Szeged)

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Re: Austro-Hungarian generals, the times of the First World War.

Post by IanE » 24 Oct 2020 05:37

Thank you for your ongoing efforts in helping to 'fill the holes'. I for one appreciate it very much.

Ian

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