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Paul Julius Hans Tieschowitz v. Tieschowa

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ich bin auf der Suche nach eventuelle Literaturhinweise auf der Person der GenLt Hans T v T. (1872-1952) Auch ein Foto wäre herzlichst wilkommen. Ich bin im ersten Sinne nicht an seine Laufbahn, vielmehr an seine Familienstand interessiert. Seine 2. Ehefrau war eine geborene Friedburg, geschiedene Müldner v. Mülnheim. Deshalb meine Interesse

besten Dank im voraus !


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Sei gegrüßt, David, Paul Julius Hans Tieschowitz von Tieschowa war tatsächlich seit dem 2. April 1929 mit Alice Friedburg (1882--1968) verheiratet, vermutlich nicht seine erste Ehe. Alice war von 1902 bis 1911 mit Oberstleutnant Georg Emil Theodor Müldner von Mülnheim (ein Kind) und ab 1912 mit Oberst Viktor William Ludwig Rudolf von Alten (1877--1926) verheiratet (zwei Kinder). Hast Du ggf. mehr Informationen zu seinen Orden im Ersten Weltkrieg? Danke.

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