Heinrich von Salis-Samaden

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Myrkozg
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Heinrich von Salis-Samaden

Post by Myrkozg » 12 Jul 2020 15:04

I am looking for the informations about oberst Heinrich von Salis-Samaden.

I know that during WW1 he was chief of staff of 3rd, 4th and 2nd Isonzo army but i don't have any other information about him (date of birth, death, ranks, other units in which he served or comanded exc.).

Also, does anyone have a picture of him ?

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Heinrich von Salis-Samaden

Post by IanE » 14 Jul 2020 10:00

I can add the following:
Born: 21 Sep 1875
Died: 1955
Oberst: 01 Nov 1915

Awards: MVK 2 (KDS), LO-R (KDS), EKO-R3 (KDS0), MVK 3(KDS), MVK3, SMVM(KDS), BMVM(KDS), MJM98, MJK08
SALIS-SAMADEN, Heinrich Emmerich Freiherr von Salis-Samaden.jpg
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Re: Heinrich von Salis-Samaden

Post by JakeV » 14 Jul 2020 15:28

Heinrich Emmerich (Freiherr von) Salis-Samaden
* 21.09.1875 in Mährisch-Weißkirchen
† 13.03.1955 in Aigen bei Salzburg

Religionsbekenntnis: römisch-katholisch

Vater: Rudolf Freiherr von Salis-Samaden, k.k. Oberleutnant im 18. Landwehr-Bataillon
Mutter: Miloslava, geb. Günter

14.08.1912 Heirat mit Emilie, geb. Kummer von Falkenfeld (* 24.12.1893 in Pardubitz/Böhmen; † 23.02.1959 in Aigen), Tochter des k.u.k. Generals der Kavallerie Heinrich Kummer Ritter von Falkenfeld

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Re: Heinrich von Salis-Samaden

Post by Myrkozg » 29 Jul 2020 07:04

Thank you Ian and Jake for the info.

Regards,

Myrkozg

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Re: Heinrich von Salis-Samaden

Post by Ian Sayer » 26 May 2021 15:36

Hello Myrkozg
I have just come across a letter from Salis to Genera Franz Boehme in 1942. Any interest?
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Ian

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