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For my research, I am interested in finding out if there are any kind of detailed careerdescriptions of individual officers in the regimental histories of the following k.k. Regiments

Cavalerie

Husaren-Regiment Nr 2 "Nicolaus Grossf?rst von Russland"

Husaren-Regiment Nr 3 "Ludwig Graf Foillot de Crenneville, Feldmarschallieutenant"

Husaren-Regiment Nr 6

Husaren-Regiment Nr 8 "Churf?rst von Hessen"

Husaren-Regiment Nr 9 "Franz F?rst Liechtenstein"

Chevaux-Leger-Regiment Nr 5 "Carl F?rst von Liechtenstein"

C?rassier-Regiment Nr 1 "Franz Joseph"

C?rassier-Regiment Nr 6 "Prinz Alexander von Hessen und bei Rhein, Feldmarschallieutenant"

C?rassier-Regiment Nr 7 "Herzog Wilhelm von Braunschweig"

Uhlanen-Regiment Nr 3 "Erzherzog Carl"

Dragoner-Regiment Nr 6

Artillerie

Artillerie-Regiment Nr 4

K?sten-Artillerie-Regiments

if someone could tell me that (for some of the Regts) that would be great!

regards

David

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Google for these regiments on Google Books. Several dozen regimental histories are available. Then you can check yourself.

In general, officers are mentioned as coming and going, a few mentioned in regard to promotions, and that's about it. A commanding colonel may get a short biography covering service not with the regiment.

You know, the KuK Schematismus are also online to look at the position of any officer in a given year.

Regards,

Mark

Maryland

Hi

For my research, I am interested in finding out if there are any kind of detailed careerdescriptions of individual officers in the regimental histories of the following k.k. Regiments

Cavalerie

Husaren-Regiment Nr 2 "Nicolaus Grossf?rst von Russland"

Husaren-Regiment Nr 3 "Ludwig Graf Foillot de Crenneville, Feldmarschallieutenant"

Husaren-Regiment Nr 6

Husaren-Regiment Nr 8 "Churf?rst von Hessen"

Husaren-Regiment Nr 9 "Franz F?rst Liechtenstein"

Chevaux-Leger-Regiment Nr 5 "Carl F?rst von Liechtenstein"

C?rassier-Regiment Nr 1 "Franz Joseph"

C?rassier-Regiment Nr 6 "Prinz Alexander von Hessen und bei Rhein, Feldmarschallieutenant"

C?rassier-Regiment Nr 7 "Herzog Wilhelm von Braunschweig"

Uhlanen-Regiment Nr 3 "Erzherzog Carl"

Dragoner-Regiment Nr 6

Artillerie

Artillerie-Regiment Nr 4

K?sten-Artillerie-Regiments

if someone could tell me that (for some of the Regts) that would be great!

regards

David

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Google for these regiments on Google Books. Several dozen regimental histories are available. Then you can check yourself.

In general, officers are mentioned as coming and going, a few mentioned in regard to promotions, and that's about it. A commanding colonel may get a short biography covering service not with the regiment.

You know, the KuK Schematismus are also online to look at the position of any officer in a given year.

Regards,

Mark

Maryland

There are some regimental histories online to be found however I could not find the ones I am after. Furthermore the Schematismus does not give dates of promotion (as far as I know) and that is basically one of the thigs I am looking for.

regards

David

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There are some regimental histories online to be found however I could not find the ones I am after. Furthermore the Schematismus does not give dates of promotion (as far as I know) and that is basically one of the thigs I am looking for.

regards

David

Hi David,

I have just acquired the "Schematismus" for 1905.

As in most armies seniority of officers of the same rank is determined by the date of promotion. So the "Rangliste" in the "Schematismus" does give the dates of promotion!

Kind regards,

Mike

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Hi David,

I have just acquired the "Schematismus" for 1905.

As in most armies seniority of officers of the same rank is determined by the date of promotion. So the "Rangliste" in the "Schematismus" does give the dates of promotion!

Kind regards,

Mike

Hi Mike

Thanks for that. However, the guys I am looking for (at least from austria-h.) were all dead by 1905. Do you have any othe Schematismus between 1866 and 1905?

regards

David

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Hi Mike

Thanks for that. However, the guys I am looking for (at least from austria-h.) were all dead by 1905. Do you have any othe Schematismus between 1866 and 1905?

regards

David

Hello David,

I just wanted to highlight that dates of promotion are provided.

I have been trying to find the website that provides all the "Schematismus" ..., "Milit?rschematismus", but just cannot locate it.

Perhaps you can ask Mark C. He mentioned it.

So long!

Mike

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