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     Ernst von Eisenhart-Rothe        

Ernst Johann Friedrich von Eisenhart-Rothe
(21.12.1862 - 23.10.1947)
place of birth: 
 Anklam, Pommern  (Prussian Pomerania)

general who entered the Great War as regimental commander in von Kluck's First Army. He then served for two years as Hindenburg and Ludendorff's Senior Quartermaster in Ober Ost, the supreme command of German forces on the Eastern Front. During the final year of the War, General Eisenhart-Rothe was appointed to serve on Ludendorff's staff as Field Army Intendant General, overseeing six administrative districts in eastern europe. After the War ended, he also served in the Reichswehr as a administrator in the training department and became a noted author on military issues.

Assignments and Commands  (pre-War)
00.00.1883 Regiment
00.00.1884 Leutnant
00.00.1897 Großer Generalstab - Berlin
00.00.1897 Hauptmann
17.02.1914 Grenadier-Regiment ,,König Friedrich Wilhelm IV (1. Pommersches) Nr. 2 - Stettin  (Cdr)
Assignments and Commands  (during Great War)
02.08.1914 Grenadier-Regiment ,,König Friedrich Wilhelm IV (1. Pommersches) Nr. 2  =  1. Armee  (Cdr)
00.01.1915 Oberbefehlshaber Ost  (Senior Quartermaster)
00.01.1917 Generalintendant des Feldheeres  (General Intendant of the Army)
00.09.1918 unknown
Pour le Merite:  n/a
highest rank:  General der Infanterie

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