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    • Deutschritter About Oberst / General , Alfred Arent I found the following :  The 21st September 1899 by decree of President Julio Argentino Roca then Argentine President was decided to contract the " retired Cavalry Colonel of the German Army "  to organize the Escuela Superior de Guerra ( General Staff School ) . the rank of Argentinian Army General was not mentioned in the decree, of interest is to mention that the decree asigned 600 gold Argentinian pesos to Colonel Arent for expenses for him and his fellow officers contracted 
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      Thanks for that. 2.400 Reichsmark at that time ... not bad! Do you know more about this Roldan von Strunk? I couldn't find anything about him. Here are some of the names I have, if you can add anything, that would be great:

       

      Deutsche Militärinstrukteure in Argentinien mit den Abkürzungen CM für „Colegio Militar“ (Kadettenschule), ESG für „Escuela Superior de Guerra“ (Kriegsakademie) und ET für „Escuela de Tiro“ (Schießschule). Ohne Zusatz nach dem Namen bedeutet fehlende eindeutige Zuordnung oder keine offizielle Anstellung beim Heer, sondern bei anderen Institutionen:

      1900 bis 1914:

      Oberst Alfred Arent (Leiter der ESG)

      Günther Bronsart von Schellendorf (ESG)

      Hauptmann Brüggemann-Ferno (ESG)

      Rudolf von Colditz (ESG)

      Hermann Denk

      Hauptmann Wilhelm Faupel (ESG)

      Franz von Gagern

      Friedrich Freiherr von der Goltz der Jüngere (ESG)

      Hauptmann Georg Felgenhauer (ESG)

      Haevernick (CM)

      Friedrich Heussler

      Johann Kestens

      Eberhard F. F. Kintzel

      Herbert von Kleist

      Hauptmann Wilhelm Hans Kretzschmar

      Gustav Adolf E. Moshack

      Hauptmann Etienne Perrinet von Thauvenay

      Herrmann von Pfistermeister

      Alfred W. Poten (ET)

      Ernst Pusch (ET)

      Major Rollo von Kornatzki (ESG)

      Albrecht Reinecke (ESG)

      Heinrich-Unico von Ripperda-Cosyn

      Hauptmann Richard Schlegner (CM)

      Hauptmann Bertrand Schunck (ESG)

      Hans Weiland

      Hans Wilde

      1921 bis 1935:

      Oberst Max Bauer

      Kurt von Döring (Luftwaffe, 1923–1926)

      Major Arno Golchert (Infanterieschule in Buenos Aires)

      Oberst Wilhelm Faupel (erneut 1921–1926)

      Oberst Fritz Heidrich

      Walter von Issendorff (1921–1927)

      Eberhard von Jagwitz (1924–1930)

      General Hans Kretzschmar

      Oberst Etienne Perrinet von Thauvenay

      Oberst Reuss

      Major Carl Schneider

      Major Rudolf Siber

      Major von Westernhagen

      1936 bis 1. August 1940 (insgesamt 115):

      Major Rudolf Berghammer (Kavallerie)

      Major Otto Kriesche (Luftwaffe)

      Major Joachim Hans Moehring (Quartiermeister)

      General Günther Niedenführ (Berater des argentinischen Generalstabs)

      Oberst Friedrich Wolf (Artillerie)

      Oberst Fritz Heidrich

      Walter von Issendorff (1921-1927)

      Eberhard von Jagwitz (1924-1930)

      General Hans Kretzschmar

      Oberst Etienne Perrinet von Thauvenay

      Oberst Reuss

      Major Carl Schneider

      Major Rudolf Siber

      Major von Westernhagen

      1936 bis 1. August 1940 (insgesamt 115):

      Major Rudolf Berghammer (Kavallerie)

      Major Otto Kriesche (Luftwaffe)

      Major Joachim Hans Moehring (Quartiermeister)

      General Günther Niedenführ (Berater des argentinischen Generalstabs)

      Oberst Friedrich Wolf (Artillerie)

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    • Deutschritter About Oberst / General , Alfred Arent I found the following :  The 21st September 1899 by decree of President Julio Argentino Roca then Argentine President was decided to contract the " retired Cavalry Colonel of the German Army "  to organize the Escuela Superior de Guerra ( General Staff School ) . the rank of Argentinian Army General was not mentioned in the decree, of interest is to mention that the decree asigned 600 gold Argentinian pesos to Colonel Arent for expenses for him and his fellow officers contracted 
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      Deutschritter

      Thank you very much, highly interesting! Do you think the 600 gold Pesos were a one time payment, maybe for the voyage on a German "Dampfer"? Argentine sources also have him as General (general de brigada = Generalmajor), but surely not from the beginning.

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