|no.||family surname||full name||birth|
|1||Ahlers||Friederich-Carl Ahlers||1895||19||1914||id: BLNINAhlers||211026||149||Lt in the Fusiliers Regt Killed in action at Andrespol in central Poland|
|2||Bartsch||Hermann Bartsch||1844||67||1911||id: BLNINBartsch||211023||108||died in the adjoining hospice for disabled soldiers|
|Kurt Bartsch||1877||37||1914||killed in action and buried in France|
|3||Friesen||Karl Friederich Friesen||1784||30||1814||id: BLNINFrieFriesen||211033||114||was a leading gymnast and geographer who joined von Lützow's brigade raised to resist Napoléon's invasion He was captured and shot by the French in 1814 in France but his body was returned for burial in 1843|
|4||Geyr von Schweppenburg||Karl-Wilhelm Geyr von Schweppenburg||1882||41||1923||id: BLNINGeySchwep||211038||125||1||born in Potsdam died in Munich served with the 10th Hussars in Stendal in Saxony-Anhalt|
|Carl Bernhard Geyr von Schweppenburg||1913||buried in Russia at Wjasma (Viazma) near Smolensk during the German campaign in Russia in WW2|
|Johanna Geyr von Schweppenburg||1890||82||1972||buried in Ohlsdorf cemetery in Hamburg|
|5||Hildebrandt||Franz Hildebrandt||1878||69||1947||id: BLNINHildeStech||211035||79|
|6||Hilliger von Gätrtringen||Johann August Friedrich Hilliger von Gätrtringen||1772||84||1856||id: BLNINGärtringen||211051||83||a distingusihed Prussian general of the Napoleonic era he participated at the battle of Waterloo He was also a leading Freemason His name is also sometimes written Gaertringen|
|7||Hoffmann||Max Hoffmann||1869||58||1927||id: BLNINMaxHoff||211032||96||was a militairy strategist and WW1 general who was regarded as one of the finest officers of the German imperial period He served notably under Hindenberg and Ludendorff on the eastern front and both superior officers took credit for his strategies|
|8||John||Werner John||1898||20||1918||id: BLNINWerJohn||211028||52||Ordonance Officer of the 63rd Infantry regt killed at Messines in Flanders (Belgium)|
|9||Kabisch||Helmuth Kabisch||1898||18||1916||id: BLNINKabisch||211029||76||Lt in the 9th Schleswig-Holstein Foot Artillery Regt killed in action at Verdun|
|Ernst Kabisch||1866||85||1951||joined the Prussian army in 1884 and rose to become commander of the 5th Lorraine Infantry regt He was wounded in WW1 became a staff officer but by 1918 was commander of the 54th Division During the Weimar republic he continued to serve in the German army and in 1920 became commander of the 5th Infantry Division Forced to retire in 1921 he was recalled to active service in 1939-40 He was a noted writer on military affairs and history|
|10||Tauentzien von Wittenberg||Bogislav Friedrich Emanuel Tauentzien von Wittenberg||1760||64||1824||id: BLNINTauentzien1|
|211042||56||was a distinguished Prussian general during the Napoleonic wars who faought at the battle of Jena and participated in the capture of Wittenberg and Magdeburg He was later Commander of Berlin|
|11||von Arnim||Curth Gottlieb Heinrich von Arnim||1736||64||1800||id: BLNINArnim||211053||37||Governor of the adjoining Invalidenhaus hospital for wounded and retired soldiers|
|12||von Beaulieu-Marconnay||Olivier von Beaulieu-Marconnay||1898||20||1918||id: BLNINBeauGill||211030||87||1||was descended from a Franco-German Hugenot noble family In 1915 he joined the 1st Silesian Dragoon Guards and in 1917 he followed his brother into the new German Air Force After a series of victories he was promoted to squadron leader in September 1918 but he was shot down and mortally wounded the following month He was appointed as the youngest ever Knight of the Order of Merit after his 25th air victory|
|13||von Beseler||Hans Hartwig von Beseler||1850||71||1921||id: BLNINBeseler||211047||61||2||commanded the German forces in Belgium in 1914 and captured Antwerp but was transerred to the Eastern Front the following year From 1915-1918 he was the governor of Poland and tried to pacify the population Nonetheless he was unsuccessful with the Polish and unpopular with German Nationalists|
|14||von Boyen||Amalie von Boyen||1815||71||1886||id: BLNINBoyen1|
|Amalie von Boyen||1780||65||1845||wife of Field-Marshal von Boyen|
|Fanny von Boyen||1815||73||1888||wife of General von Boyen and daughter of General Gustav von Biron|
|Herrmann von Boyen||1771||77||1848||served in Poland from 1794-96 and on the staff of the Duke of Brunswick in 1806 when he was wounded From 1814-1819 and again from 1841-1847 he was Prussian minister of war|
|Herrmann von Boyen||1811||75||1886||ADC to Kaiser Wilhelm I and later Governor of Berlin|
|15||von Coler||Alwin von Coler||1831||70||1901||id: BLNINColerAlw||211025||54||joined the army medical corps in 1868 and became surgeon-general in 1889 with the rank of Lt General from 1891 From 1892 he was an honorary professor of Berlin University He was involved in the creation of the ambulance corps and the introduction of the use of antispetics for wounds|
|Edda von Coler||1841||82||1923|
|16||von Coler||Harry von Coler||1872||43||1915||id: BLNINColerHar||211024||76|
|17||von Diezelsky||Michael Ludwig von Diezelsky||1708||71||1779||id: BLNINDiezelsky1|
|211061||43||served in the Prussian army from 1724-1775 when he was appointed as the third governor of the adjoining Invalidenhaus until his death in 1779|
|18||von Eichhorn||Hermann von Eichhorn||1848||70||1918||id: BLNINEichhorn||211046||52||a professional soldier who served in the Austro-Prussian and Franco-Prussian wars he commanded the 10th German Army from 1915-1918 and was promoted to Field Marshal and Militairy Governor of the Ukraine in 1918 when he was assasinated|
|19||von Falkenhausen||Ludwig von Falkenhausen||1844||92||1936||id: BLNINFalkenhausen||211052||96||2||a professional soldier he was one of the most successful German generals serving on the French fronts from 1914-1917 He then became German Governor of Belgium 1917-1918|
|20||von Fritsch||Werner von Fritsch||1880||59||1939||no image||211045||58||1||after distinguished service in WW1 he rose to prominenance during the interwar period and rallied to the Nazi cause Himmler and Göring accused him unsuccessfully of homosexuality but he survived in high command died in 1939 inspecting the Polish front|
|21||von Gillhaussen||Guido von Gillhaussen||1870||48||1918||id: BLNINBeauGill||211031||43||was a German war poet who in 1914 had a vision of the fall of the German empire He was a major in the 3rd Regt of Foot in 1914 and wounded at the battle of St Quentin in France the same year He was later commander of the Fusiliers Battalion of the 5th Grenadier Guards regt He died in Aachen after being wounded at Villiers-Bretonneaux on the Somme front|
|22||von Hartz||Paula von Hartz||1872||65||1937||id: BLNINHartz||211037||58||born in Kusel in the Rhineland-Palatinate|
|23||von Klitzing||Richard von Klitzing||1842||65||1907||id: BLNINKlitzing||211034||80||Infantry general|
|24||von Koscielski-Ponoschau||Oskar von Koscielski-Ponoschau||1874||62||1936||id: BLNINKosPon||211039||68||1|
|Susanne von Koscielski-Ponoschau||1884|
|25||Von Krane||Egon Von Krane||1847||74||1921||id: BLNINVonKrane||211041||58||awarded the Iron Cross for his role in the Franco-Prussian war of 1870-71|
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