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  1. Moriz Freiherr von Lyncker (30 January 1853 – 20 January 1932) was a Prussian officer of the German Empire and Chief of the Military Cabinet of Emperor Wilhelm II. He was one of the general adjutants of the Kaiser during World War I with Oskar von Chelius, Hans von Plessen, and Hans von Gontard.

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  3. Moriz von Lyncker - Wikipedia

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    Moriz Freiherr von Lyncker (30 January 1853 – 20 January 1932) was a Prussian officer of the German Empire and Chief of the Military Cabinet of Emperor Wilhelm II. He was one of the general adjutants of the Kaiser during World War I with Oskar von Chelius, Hans von Plessen, and Hans von Gontard.

  4. About Moriz Freiherr Von Lÿncker. "Lyncker was born in Spandau, Prussia into a military family, with his father, his father-in-law and two brothers being officers. He took part in the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-71, and two of his sons died in the First World War.[1] His association with the Prussian Royal Family began when he served as Aide ...

  5. Moriz Frh von Lyncker - Prussian Machine

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    Moriz Freiherr von Lyncker (30.01.1853 - 20.01.1932) place of birth: Berlin-Spandau Königreich Preußen: Chef des Militärkabinetts, Generaladjutant SM, Generaloberst Adjutant General to Kaiser Wilhelm II, General von Lyncker also served as the Kaiser's Military Cabinet Chief throughout the Great War. Moriz was born into a family of military ...

  6. Moriz von Lyncker - Wikiwand

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    Moriz Freiherr von Lyncker. He was one of the general adjutants of the Kaiser during World War I with Oskar von Chelius, Hans von Plessen, and Hans von Gontard. Moriz Freiherr von Lyncker was a Prussian officer of the German Empire and Chief of the Military Cabinet of Emperor Wilhelm II.

  7. Moriz von Lyncker – Wikipedia

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    Der Hinweis auf den Sieger von Lüttich in der Bildunterschrift ist ein Zusatz aus den Jahren des Ersten Weltkriegs. Moriz Freiherr von Lyncker (* 30. Januar 1853 in Spandau; † 20. Januar 1932 in Demnitz) war ein preußischer Generaloberst und Chef des Militärkabinetts.

  8. PEEBLES PROFILES EPISODE 191 Moriz von Lyncker – German 1914

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    He became an ensign two months after the outbreak of the Franco-Prussian War. Prior to that promotion, Moriz was seriously wounded at St. Privat on August 18, 1870. Although he received the Iron Cross, Second Class for bravery, the young Lyncker was put on immediate convalescent leave for the remained of the war.

  9. Order of Philip the Magnanimous - Wikipedia

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    Ribbon bar of the order. The Order of Merit of Philip the Magnanimous ( German: Verdienstorden Philipps des Großmütigen) was an order of chivalry established by Louis II, Grand Duke of Hesse on 1 May 1840, the name day of Philip I, Landgrave of Hesse, in his honour to award extraordinary military or civil merit. [1]

  10. Moriz von Lyncker | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Moriz Freiherr von Lyncker (30 January 1853 – 20 January 1932) was a Prussian officer of the German Empire and Chief Of The Prussian Military Cabinet. Lyncker was born in Spandau, Prussia into a military family, with his father, his father-in-law and two brothers being officers. He took part in...

  11. 1914: Marne in the Balance - HistoryNet

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    General Moriz von Lyncker, chief of the military cabinet, struck at the heart of the matter on September 13. “It is clear that during the advance into France the necessary tight leadership on the part of the Chief of the General Staff had been totally lacking.”