Military Order of Maria Theresa recipients

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  1. Knights Commander of the Military Order of Maria Theresa 10 views

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  1. Franz Joseph I of Austria

    Franz Joseph I of Austria

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    Emperor of Austria, King of Hungary

  2. George IV of the United Kingdom

    George IV of the United Kingdom

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    King of the United Kingdom and Hanover

  3. Charles I of Austria

    Charles I of Austria

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    Austro-Hungarian emperor

  4. Jurij Vega

    Jurij Vega

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    Slovenian scientist

  5. Rudolf Stöger-Steiner von Steinstätten

    Rudolf Stöger-Steiner von Steinstätten

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    Austrian noble and general

  6. Godwin Brumowski

    Godwin Brumowski

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    Godwin von Brumowski (26 July 1889 – 3 June 1936) was the most successful fighter ace of the Austro-Hungarian Air Force during World War I. He was officially credited with 35 air victories, (including 12 shared with other pilots) with 8 others unconfirmed because they fell behind Allied lines. Just before the war ended, von Brumowski rose to command of all his country’s fighter aviation fighting Italy on the Isonzo front.


  7. Joseph Ocskay von Ocsko

    Joseph Ocskay von Ocsko

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    Joseph Ocskay von Ocskó (1740 – 8 December 1805) joined the army of the Habsburg Empire and rose to the rank of general officer during the French Revolutionary Wars. He fought in numerous actions in the 1796-1797 Italian campaign against the French army commanded by Napoleon Bonaparte. In particular, he led a combat brigade during the first, third, and fourth Austrian attempts to relieve the Siege of Mantua.


  8. Dagobert Sigmund von Wurmser

    Dagobert Sigmund von Wurmser

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    Dagobert Sigismund, Count Wurmser (7 May 1724 – 22 August 1797) was an Austrian field marshal during the French Revolutionary Wars. Although he fought in the Seven Years War, the War of the Bavarian Succession, and mounted several successful campaigns in the Rhineland in the initial years of the French Revolutionary Wars, he is probably most remembered for his unsuccessful operations against Napoleon Bonaparte during the 1796 campaign in Italy.


  9. Franz Schlik

    Franz Schlik

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    Bohemian noble

  10. Franz von Weyrother

    Franz von Weyrother

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    Austrian general

  11. Peter Quasdanovich

    Peter Quasdanovich

    14 views
    Austrian Empire general

  12. Josef Philipp Vukassovich

    Josef Philipp Vukassovich

    13 views
    Austrian general

  13. Joseph, Baron von Mesko de Felsö-Kubiny

    Joseph, Baron von Mesko de Felsö-Kubiny

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    Hungarian, Military

  14. Ignaz Gyulai

    Ignaz Gyulai

    9 views
    Hungarian, Military

  15. Anton Lehár

    Anton Lehár

    9 views
    Hungarian, Business

  16. Maximilian, Count of Merveldt

    Maximilian, Count of Merveldt

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    Maximilian, Count von Merveldt (29 June 1764 – 5 July 1815), among the most famous of an illustrious old Westphalian family, entered Austrian military service, rose to the rank of General of Cavalry, served as Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor's ambassador to Russia, and became special envoy extraordinaire to the Court of St. James's (Great Britain). He fought with distinction in the wars between the Habsburg and the Ottoman empires, the French Revolutionary Wars, and the Napoleonic Wars.


  17. Aleksey Petrovich Yermolov

    Aleksey Petrovich Yermolov

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    Russian General

  18. Tadeusz Jordan-Rozwadowski

    Tadeusz Jordan-Rozwadowski

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    Polish general

  19. Johann Mészáros von Szoboszló

    Johann Mészáros von Szoboszló

    8 views
    Hungarian, Military

  20. Alexander George Woodford

    Alexander George Woodford

    8 views
    British Army general

  21. Karl Philipp, Prince of Schwarzenberg

    Karl Philipp, Prince of Schwarzenberg

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    Karl Philipp, Fürst zu Schwarzenberg (or Charles Philip, Prince of Schwarzenberg; April 18, 1771 – October 15, 1820) was an Austrian field marshal.


  22. Henry Paget, 1st Marquess of Anglesey

    Henry Paget, 1st Marquess of Anglesey

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    British politician

  23. Franz Joseph, Marquis de Lusignan

    Franz Joseph, Marquis de Lusignan

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    Franz Joseph, Marquis de Lusignan (23 June 1753 – 23 December 1832), a Spaniard, joined the Austrian army and fought against Prussian soldiers and Belgian rebels. During the French Revolutionary Wars, he played a significant role at the Battle of Rivoli in 1797 and became a general officer. He led brigade- and division-sized forces during the Italian campaign of 1799. In the Napoleonic Wars, he twice commanded a division and was so badly wounded in 1809 that he was forced to retire from the army. From 1806 until his death he was proprietor of the Lusignan Infantry Regiment.


  24. Prince Heinrich XV of Reuss-Plauen

    Prince Heinrich XV of Reuss-Plauen

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    Prince Heinrich XV of Reuss-Plauen, Viceroy of Lombardy-Venetia (22 February 1751 – 30 August 1825) was the fourth of six sons born into a high-ranking noble family. At the age of fifteen he joined the army of Habsburg Austria and later fought against Ottoman Turkey. During the French Revolutionary Wars he became a general officer and saw extensive service. He commanded a corps during the Napoleonic Wars. From 1801 until his death, he was Proprietor (Inhaber) of an Austrian infantry regiment.


  25. Vinko Knežević

    Vinko Knežević

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    Vinko Knežević or Vincent Knesevich de Szent-Helena (30 November 1755 – 11 March 1832) was a Croatian nobleman and general in the Habsburg Monarchy imperial army service. He fought in many battles during the Austro-Turkish War and the French Revolutionary Wars. In 1799 he led a hussar regiment at Cassano, the Trebbia and Novi. He commanded an infantry brigade at Marengo the following year and led Austrian Empire troops in the Tyrol in 1805 and at Graz in 1809. He served in various assignments on the Military Border from 1809 to 1812. From 1802 he lived on his estate Sveta Jelena (Szent-Ilona in Hungarian, named after Empress St. Helen) in former Zala County, modern-day Međimurje County in northern Croatia. By the end of Napoleonic Wars he retired from military service as a General der Kavallerie in 1815. He became Proprietor of a dragoon regiment in 1809 and held that office until his death in 1832.


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