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Here is what I have on Truppel, if you have any more or exact dates of his awards, please let me know, I woulld be grateful:

Roter Adlerorden, IV. Klasse

Preußisches Dienstauszeichnungskreuz

Leopold-Orden, Offizierkreuz (BL3)

Königlich Norwegischer Orden des heiligen Olaf, Ritterkreuz I. Klasse (NO3a)

Sankt-Stanislaus-Orden, II. Klasse (RSt2)

Zentenarmedaille, 1897

Preußischer Kronenorden, III. Klasse

Roter Adlerorden, III. Klasse mit der Schleife

Fürstlich Schwarzburgisches Ehrenkreuz, II. Klasse (SEK2)

Preußischer Kronenorden, II. Klasse

Orden vom Doppelten Drachen, II. Klasse, 1. Stufe bzw. Zweiter Grad, I. Klasse (CDII.1)

Militärverdienstorden (Bayern), Komturkreuz (BMV2)

Sankt-Stanislaus-Orden, I. Klasse (RSt2)

Roter Adlerorden, II. Klasse mit Eichenlaub

Stern zum Preußischen Kronenorden, II. Klasse erhalten

Orden vom Doppelten Drachen, I. Klasse, 3. Stufe bzw. Erster Grad, III. Klasse (CDI.3)

Stern zum Roten Adlerorden, II. Klasse mit Eichenlaub erhalten

Orden Heinrichs des Löwen, I. Klasse (BrH1)

Preußischer Kronenorden, I. Klasse

In den preußischen Adelstand erhoben am 19. August 1911

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Thank you! Here his promotion dates for the records:

31. Mai 1871 Eintritt in die Marine des Norddeutschen Bundes als Kadett

19. September 1872 Seekadett

19. Dezember 1874 Unterleutnant zur See

13. August 1878 Leutnant zur See

18. Mai 1886 Kapitänleutnant

19. Juni 1893 Korvettenkapitän

1. Juli 1897 Korvettenkapitän mit Oberstleutnant-Rang

... am 23. November 1898 in Fregattenkapitän umbenannt und neues Rangdienstalter vom 17. Mai 1897 erhalten.

22. März 1899 Kapitän zur See

3. April 1905 Konteradmiral

17. September 1907 Vizeadmiral

27. Januar 1911 Admiral

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36 minutes ago, Deutschritter said:

Maybe he received the RAO I. Klasse 1911 as he retired?

He didn´t.

On 25/11/2020 at 03:42, Deutschritter said:

Here is what I have on Truppel, if you have any more or exact dates of his awards, please let me know, I woulld be grateful ...

BTW you can search for awards here: Reichsanzeiger

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