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  • Karl Wilhelm von Dieskau (born 9 August 1701 in Dieskau, died 14 August 1777 in Berlin) was a Prussian lieutenant general and general inspector of the artillery. (en)
  • Karl Wilhelm von Dieskau (born 9 August 1701 in Kontoppe, part of the Prussian Neumark died 14 August 1777 in Berlin) was a Prussian lieutenant general and general inspector of the artillery. He participated in twelve campaigns, ten battles, nine sieges, and in 1738, a campaign in Hungary. (en)
  • Karl Wilhelm von Dieskau (born 9 August 1701 in Kontoppe, part of the Prussian Neumark died 14 August 1777 in Berlin) was a Prussian lieutenant general and general inspector of the artillery. He participated in twelve campaigns, ten battles, nine sieges, and in 1738, a campaign in Hungary. He received the Black Eagle Order, the Order Pour le Mérite, and was included in 1851 on the Equestrian statue of Frederick the Great. (en)
  • Karl Wilhelm von Dieskau, (9 August 1701–14 August 1777), was a Prussian lieutenant general and general inspector of the artillery. He participated in twelve campaigns, ten battles, nine sieges. He received the Black Eagle Order, the Order Pour le Mérite, and was included in 1851 on the Equestrian statue of Frederick the Great. He is general credited with creating Frederick the Great's vaunted horse artillery. (en)
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  • Relief of Lestwitz from his tomb (en)
  • Lt. General Karl Wilhelm von Dieskau (en)
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  • Karl Wilhelm von Dieskau (born 9 August 1701 in Dieskau, died 14 August 1777 in Berlin) was a Prussian lieutenant general and general inspector of the artillery. (en)
  • Karl Wilhelm von Dieskau (born 9 August 1701 in Kontoppe, part of the Prussian Neumark died 14 August 1777 in Berlin) was a Prussian lieutenant general and general inspector of the artillery. He participated in twelve campaigns, ten battles, nine sieges, and in 1738, a campaign in Hungary. (en)
  • Karl Wilhelm von Dieskau, (9 August 1701–14 August 1777), was a Prussian lieutenant general and general inspector of the artillery. He participated in twelve campaigns, ten battles, nine sieges. He received the Black Eagle Order, the Order Pour le Mérite, and was included in 1851 on the Equestrian statue of Frederick the Great. He is general credited with creating Frederick the Great's vaunted horse artillery. (en)
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