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Frederick Augustus III Of Saxony - Family
... They had seven children Friedrich August Georg, Crown Prince of Saxony (1893–1943) ... Friedrich Christian, Margrave of Meissen, Duke of Saxony (1893–1968) ... Maria Alix Carola, stillborn 22 August 1898 Margarete Carola Wilhelmine (1900–1962) ...
Friedrich August Berthold Nitzsch
... Friedrich August Berthold Nitzsch (19 February 1832, Bonn – 21 December 1898, Kiel) was a German theologian ... Authority control VIAF 17962190 Persondata Name Nitzsch, Friedrich August Alternative names Short description Date of birth 19 February 1832 Place of birth ...
Egon Von Neindorff - Bibliography
1943 Succeeded by Generalmajor Ernst von Bauer Preceded by General der Infanterie Friedrich August Schack Commander of 216 ... of 1941 Martin Harlinghausen Walter Oesau Erwin Rommel Hermann-Friedrich Joppien Joachim Müncheberg Heinrich Liebe Engelbert Endrass Herbert Schultze Herbert Ihlefeld Wilhelm Balthasar ...
King-Friedrich-August-Tower
... The King Frederick Augustus Tower (German König-Friedrich-August-Turm) is the only preserved observation tower of cast iron in Europe and perhaps the oldest tower built of ... King-Friedrich-August-Tower, which has a total height of 28 meters (92 ft), has three observation galleries 12, 18 and 24 metres above ground ... It was designed by Friedrich August Bretschneider jun ...
Friedrich-August Schack - Bibliography
... Schack, Friedrich-August This website is maintained by Volksbund Deutscher Kriegsgräberfürsorge e.V ... Joachim Schepke Recipients of 1941 Martin Harlinghausen Walter Oesau Erwin Rommel Hermann-Friedrich Joppien Joachim Müncheberg Heinrich Liebe Engelbert Endrass Herbert Schultze Herbert Ihlefeld ...

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