Georg Friedrich Wilhelm Graf von Waldersee
(01.09.1860 - 07.09.1932)
place of birth: 
 Brandenburg an der Havel
Königreich Preußen:  AOK-Stabschef,  General  (Kav)


Imperial German general officer Georg Graf von Waldersee, the nephew of Prussian Chief of General Staff Alfred von Waldersee, briefly served as Eighth Army Command's Chief of Staff as the Great War broke out on the Eastern Front. He was fired at the end of August 1914 along with his commander Generaloberst von Prittwitz, when German Supreme Army Command replaced them with the historic pairing of Generals von Hindenburg and Ludendorff. Prior to the Great War, von Waldersee had served as von Bissing's VII. Army Corps Chief of Staff and was also a Senior Quartermaster on Germany's Great General Staff. He later served as Governor-General of Sevastapol. General Graf von Waldersee died in 1932 in Ivenack



 
 
Generalmajor ................. 22.03.1912
 
 
 

  
   
Curriculum Vitae  
    
14.05.1880 Sekonde-Lieutenant
13.11.1888 Premier-Lieutenant
27.01.1893 Rittmeister
27.01.1899 Major
22.04.1905 VII. Armeekorps - Münster  (Moritz Frh von Bissing's Chief of Staff)
18.05.1905 Oberstleutnant
27.01.1907 1. Großherzoglich Mecklenburgisches Dragoner-Regiment Nr. 17 - Ludwigslust  (Deputy-Cdr)
21.03.1908 Oberst
00.00.1909 1. Großherzoglich Mecklenburgisches Dragoner-Regiment Nr. 17 - Ludwigslust  (Cdr)
01.04.1911 3. Kavallerie-Brigade - Stetten  (Cdr) 
22.03.1912 Generalmajor
22.04.1912 Kavallerie-Kommission - Berlin  (on Windheim's Cavalry Commission) 
00.00.1913 Generalstab der Armee,  Oberquartiermeister - Berlin  (Senior Quartermaster of the General Staff)
   
Great War  
    
02.08.1914 8. Armee  (Prittwitz und Gaffron's Chief of Staff) 
23.08.1914 unknown
   
   
 

06.05.1914

 

 

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