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Here are the promotions and decorations for Konteradmiral Adolf Thiele (1853--1941), thanks to Kriegsmarine Admiral for his great work:

2. Mai 1870 Kadett (Eintritt in die Marine des Norddeutschen Bundes)

1. Juli 1871 Seekadett

17. November 1874 Unterleutnant zur See

14. April 1877 Leutnant zur See

15. Januar 1885 Kapitänleutnant

12. Mai 1891 Korvettenkapitän

5. April 1897 Kapitän zur See

10. Januar 1903 Charakter als Konteradmiral (mit der Pension zur Disposition gestellt)

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Kaiserliche Kriegsdenkmünze 1870/71 (KD70/71)

Roter Adlerorden, IV. Klasse

Preußisches Dienstauszeichnungskreuz

Zentenarmedaille, 1897

Preußischer Kronenorden, III. Klasse

Roter Adlerorden, III. Klasse mit der Schleife

Sankt-Stanislaus-Orden, II. Klasse mit Stern (RSt2mSt)

China-Denkmünze in Stahl für Nichtkämpfer

Preußischer Kronenorden, II. Klasse am 13. September 1901

Roter Adlerorden, II. Klasse mit Eichenlaub am 16. Juni 1913

 

Er war nach seiner aktiven Dienstzeit vom 15. Januar 1903 bis 30. Juni 1930 Reichskommissar beim Seeamte Bremerhaven in Bremen, von 1908 bis 1919 Vorsitzender der Vereinigung Deutscher Marine-Vereine sowie u. a. ordentliches Mitglied der „Schiffbautechnischen Gesellschaft“ (am 23. Mai 1899 in Berlin gegründet).

 

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