Eugen von Falkenhayn

Eugen (1853–1934)
Eugen von Falkenhayn (4 September 1853 – 3 January 1934) was a German General of the Cavalry, commanding officer of the XXII Reserve Corps in World War I and Lord Chamberlain of Empress Auguste Viktoria.wikipedia
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Erich von Falkenhayn

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His brother Arthur (1857–1929) became tutor of Crown Prince Wilhelm while Erich (1861–1922), became Prussian minister of war and chief of the German General Staff.
His brother Arthur (1857–1929) became tutor of Crown Prince Wilhelm while Eugen (1853–1934) became a Prussian General of Cavalry.

XXII Reserve Corps

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Eugen von Falkenhayn (4 September 1853 – 3 January 1934) was a German General of the Cavalry, commanding officer of the XXII Reserve Corps in World War I and Lord Chamberlain of Empress Auguste Viktoria.
XXII Reserve Corps was commanded throughout its existence by General der Kavallerie Eugen von Falkenhayn

Białochowo

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Falkenhayn was born in Burg Belchau, West Prussia (Białochowo, Poland) to Fedor von Falkenhayn (1814–1896) and Franziska von Falkenhayn, née von Rosenberg (1826–1888).

Fedor von Bock

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His only sister Olga von Falkenhayn was the mother of Fieldmarshal Fedor von Bock.

Germany

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Eugen von Falkenhayn (4 September 1853 – 3 January 1934) was a German General of the Cavalry, commanding officer of the XXII Reserve Corps in World War I and Lord Chamberlain of Empress Auguste Viktoria.

General of the Cavalry (Germany)

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Eugen von Falkenhayn (4 September 1853 – 3 January 1934) was a German General of the Cavalry, commanding officer of the XXII Reserve Corps in World War I and Lord Chamberlain of Empress Auguste Viktoria.

World War I

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Eugen von Falkenhayn (4 September 1853 – 3 January 1934) was a German General of the Cavalry, commanding officer of the XXII Reserve Corps in World War I and Lord Chamberlain of Empress Auguste Viktoria.

Augusta Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein

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Eugen von Falkenhayn (4 September 1853 – 3 January 1934) was a German General of the Cavalry, commanding officer of the XXII Reserve Corps in World War I and Lord Chamberlain of Empress Auguste Viktoria.

Wilhelm, German Crown Prince

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His brother Arthur (1857–1929) became tutor of Crown Prince Wilhelm while Erich (1861–1922), became Prussian minister of war and chief of the German General Staff.

German General Staff

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His brother Arthur (1857–1929) became tutor of Crown Prince Wilhelm while Erich (1861–1922), became Prussian minister of war and chief of the German General Staff.

Prussian Army

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Falkenhayn joined the Prussian Army on 2 August 1870 at the Cuirassier Regiment "Queen" (Pomeranian) No. 2 in Pasewalk, he became a member of the Prussian General Staff in 1883 and Military attaché in Paris in 1887.

Cuirassier Regiment "Queen" (Pomeranian) No. 2

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Falkenhayn joined the Prussian Army on 2 August 1870 at the Cuirassier Regiment "Queen" (Pomeranian) No. 2 in Pasewalk, he became a member of the Prussian General Staff in 1883 and Military attaché in Paris in 1887.

Pasewalk

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Falkenhayn joined the Prussian Army on 2 August 1870 at the Cuirassier Regiment "Queen" (Pomeranian) No. 2 in Pasewalk, he became a member of the Prussian General Staff in 1883 and Military attaché in Paris in 1887.

Military attaché

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Falkenhayn joined the Prussian Army on 2 August 1870 at the Cuirassier Regiment "Queen" (Pomeranian) No. 2 in Pasewalk, he became a member of the Prussian General Staff in 1883 and Military attaché in Paris in 1887.

Wilhelm II, German Emperor

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In 1889 he was attached to the military headquarter of Wilhelm II and became the educator of Prince Wilhelm and Prince Eitel Friedrich of Prussia.

Prince Eitel Friedrich of Prussia

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In 1889 he was attached to the military headquarter of Wilhelm II and became the educator of Prince Wilhelm and Prince Eitel Friedrich of Prussia.

IX Corps (German Empire)

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Guard Dragoon Regiment "Queen Victoria of Great Britain and Ireland" and in 1898 Chief of Staff of the IX Army Corps.

Hanover

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Cavalry-Brigade in Hanover and the 11th Infantry Division in Breslau (Wrocław) on 15 April 1908.

11th Division (German Empire)

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Cavalry-Brigade in Hanover and the 11th Infantry Division in Breslau (Wrocław) on 15 April 1908.

Wrocław

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Cavalry-Brigade in Hanover and the 11th Infantry Division in Breslau (Wrocław) on 15 April 1908.

First Battle of Ypres

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His Corps fought in the Battle of Flandres, in the Battle of Gorlice-Tarnów, in Serbia as part of the Austrian III Army under General Kövess.

Gorlice–Tarnów Offensive

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His Corps fought in the Battle of Flandres, in the Battle of Gorlice-Tarnów, in Serbia as part of the Austrian III Army under General Kövess.

Serbian campaign of World War I

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His Corps fought in the Battle of Flandres, in the Battle of Gorlice-Tarnów, in Serbia as part of the Austrian III Army under General Kövess.

3rd Army (Austria-Hungary)

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His Corps fought in the Battle of Flandres, in the Battle of Gorlice-Tarnów, in Serbia as part of the Austrian III Army under General Kövess.

Hermann Kövess von Kövessháza

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His Corps fought in the Battle of Flandres, in the Battle of Gorlice-Tarnów, in Serbia as part of the Austrian III Army under General Kövess.