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  2. Karl von Bülow | Prussian officer | Britannica

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    Other articles where Karl von Bülow is discussed: Battle of Mons: Karl von Bülow’s Second Army. In these circumstances not only was the planned Allied offensive out of the question, but also the British line was now untenable. On August 24 the British began to fall back in conformity with their allies, from the Belgian frontier…

  3. Karl von Bülow - Wikiwand

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    Karl Wilhelm Paul von Bülow was a German field marshal commanding the German 2nd Army during World War I from 1914 to 1915. For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Karl von Bülow .

  4. World War 1 Leaders: The 10 Greatest German Generals of 1914 ...

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    According to the tradition of his Prussian family, Karl von Bülow entered the military as a young man. By the time the First World War started, he was something of a veteran, having seen action in both the Austro-Prussian and Franco-Prussian Wars.

  5. Bernhard, prince von Bülow | chancellor of Germany | Britannica

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    Bernhard, prince von Bülow, (born May 3, 1849, Klein-Flottbek, near Altona, Germany—died October 28, 1929, Rome, Italy), German imperial chancellor and Prussian prime minister from October 17, 1900, to July 14, 1909; in cooperation with Emperor William II (Kaiser Wilhelm II), he pursued a policy of German aggrandizement in the years preceding World War I. The son of an imperial secretary of ...

  6. Bülow family - Wikipedia

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    Hans, Count von Bülow (1774–1825), Westphalian and Prussian statesman and senior president of Silesia. Hans von Bülow (1830–1894), pianist, conductor and composer who married Liszt's daughter Cosima, who later left him for Richard Wagner. Hans von Bülow (1816–1897), Prussian general who fought during Austro-Prussian War, and Franco ...

  7. First World War.com - Who's Who - Karl von Bulow

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    Who's Who -. Karl von Bulow. Field Marshal Karl von Bulow (1846-1921) was born on 24 April 1846. Following in the tradition of his father and grandfather, von Bulow was a veteran of the Prussian army by the time war was declared in August 1914, having seen action in the Austro-Prussian War of 1866 and in the Franco-Prussian war of 1870-71.

  8. Karl von Bülow (1846 - 1921) - Genealogy

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    Karl von Bülow (24 April 1846 – 31 August 1921) was a German Field Marshal commanding the German 2nd Army during World War I from 1914 to 1915. Biography Born in Berlin to a distinguished Prussian military family, Bülow enlisted in the Prussian Army and was assigned to the 2nd Guards regiment of infantry in 1864.

  9. Christoph Karl von Bülow - Wikipedia

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    Christoph Carl von Bülow (* 26 May 1716 in Glubenstein near Rastenburg, East Prussia, 1 July 1788 in Pasewalk) was the Royal Prussian General of the Cavalry, commander of the Dragoons regiment Markgraf von Anspach-Bayreuth, general inspector of the cavalry in Prussia, Knight of the Black Eagle Order, as well as official chief of Memel and Oletzkow.

  10. Von Bülow was born into a Prussian military family. Von Bülow fought in the wars of 1866 and 1870/71. Von Bülow became commander of the 2 Army during the beginning of World War I. The 2 Army fought at St. Quentin, Charleroi, and the Battle of the Marne. Von Bülow was appointed to General Field Marshall. However, in...

  11. Karl von Bülow - Wikipedia

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    Karl von Bülow. Karl von Bülow ( Berlino, 24 aprile 1846 – Berlino, 31 agosto 1921) è stato un generale tedesco, al comando della 2ª Armata durante la prima guerra mondiale dal 1914 al 1915 .