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  2. 23 November 1914 – Mackensen’s Hat. The Battle of Łódź is a very near thing today as General August von Mackensen withdraws his right flank just in time to avoid being surrounded and completely destroyed by one Russian army in his own attempt to surround and destroy a second Russian army. The heaviest fighting over the last three days ...

    • War Aims

      The role of German Chancellor Theobald von Bethmann-Hollweg...

    • Fortress Torun

      23 November 1914 - Mackensen's Hat. The Battle of Łódź is a...

    • The Guns Of August

      Constructed between 1888 and 1892, the forts were designed...

  3. 032 August von Mackensen and the hat with the skull

    As it is, August von Mackensen has disappeared into the misty past of the hat with the skull, though his life is less misty than the Myth of MacDonald/Mackensen makes us believe. Even during the Great War rumour had it that the Scottish major-general Hector MacDonald had not killed himself at all in 1903 because he was suspected of being ...

  4. August von Mackensen | Military Wiki | Fandom

    Anton Ludwig August von Mackensen (6 December 1849 – 8 November 1945), born August Mackensen, was a German soldier and field marshal. He commanded with success during the First World War and became one of the German Empire's most prominent military leaders. After the Armistice, Mackensen was interned for a year. He retired from the army in 1920 and was made a Prussian state councillor in ...

    • The Last Hussar - August von Mackensen I WHO DID WHAT IN WW1?
    • August von Mackensen: The Field Marshal with the skull on his hat
    • Field marshal August von Mackensen
    • Unser Mackensen [German march]
  5. August von Mackensen Biography – Facts, Childhood, Family ...

    Anton Ludwig Friedrich August von Mackensen was born August Mackensen, on December 6, 1849, in Haus Leipnitz, near Dahlenberg (present-day Trossin) in the Prussian province of Saxony (Germany), to Ludwig and Marie Louise Mackensen. His father was an agricultural estate administrator. In 1865, Mackensen was sent to ‘Realgymnasium’ in Halle.

  6. „Die Tragik ist, dass er ein Mann des 19. Jahrhunderts war“

    Foto: bpk images Hoher Besuch in Ostpreußen: Prinz Wilhelm, Generalfeldmarschall August von Mackensen, Kronprinzessin Cecilie, Kronprinz Wilhelm und Prinz Louis Ferdinand (von links) 1924 zu Besuch bei Friedrich von Berg (3. von links) auf dessen Gut Markienen Biographie „Die Tragik ist, dass er ein Mann des 19. Jahrhunderts war“

  7. Ion Antonescu - Wikipedia

    6 September 1940 – 23 August 1944: ... of German forces under the command of Field Marshal August von Mackensen. ... and raised his hat in salute once ...

  8. Finally, although the photo essay (pp. 17–22) is useful, it is very brief and photos of some important characters like the new emperor Karl I, Prinz Gottfried Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst, Count Johann (Janos) Forgach, General August von Mackensen and Johann (Janos) Pallavicini are missing.

  9. Bahnstrecke Budapest–Belgrad – Wikipedia–Belgrad

    Die serbische Armee und Regierung wurden mit dem Vorrücken der Heeresgruppe Mackensen unter August von Mackensen schließlich nach Griechenland evakuiert. Die Eisenbahninfrastruktur in Belgrad wurde ab dem 5. Oktober 1915 in Richtung Mala Krsna bis Velika Plana sowie am 6. Oktober 1915 bis Lapovo zerstört. Mit den serbischen Truppen wurde das ...

  10. August von Mackensen | – Den Store Danske

    1945. August von Mackensen, 1849-1945, tysk officer, generalfeltmarskal fra 1915. Mackensen kom i 1880 ind i generalstaben og spillede en fremtrædende rolle under 1. Verdenskrig. Han deltog i 1914 i slagene ved Tannenberg og De Masuriske Søer og indtog som generalfeltmarskal og øverstbefalende for den 11. armé i 1915 Brest-Litovsk; han ...

  11. 아우구스트 폰 마켄젠 - 나무위키아우구스트 폰 마켄젠

    마켄젠의 90세 생일을 축하하러 온 아돌프 히틀러와 함께. 좌측 프로이센 기병원수 예복을 입은 노인이 마켄젠. 1918년의 휴전협정 이후 헝가리와 슬로바키아에 억류되어 있다가 이듬해 귀국하였고, 1920년에 전역하였다.