August count Kageneck

August count Kageneck (* 31. August 1922 in Lieser to the Mosel; † 13. December 2004 in Luebeck) was a German journalist.

Count Kageneck belonged to an old aristocracy sex; the former Austrian state State of Klemens Wenzel Lothar von Metternich came of to the older line. Count Kagenecks grandfather, Clemens baron von Schorlemer, was Secretary of Agriculture in the Kaiser era. It took as Kavallerist to 2. World war part and shifted its domicile after the war to France. From 1986 to 1994 it gave on behalf the Federal Press Office in Bonn the news letter to “Economie et politique allemandes” out. It was long years correspondent for the daily paper the world.

After long serious illness August count Kageneck at the age of 82 years died to 13. December 2004 in Luebeck.


  • in anger and shame. Ungesammelte thought on the largest accident of our history, of hare & charcoal burner, which can be accepted, Mainz, 1998, ISBN 3-7758-1371-3
  • our history, Pendo Verl., Zurich, 2003, ISBN 3-85842-568-0
  • between oath and conscience. Roland of Hösslin, a German officer, Ullstein, Berlin, 1991, ISBN 3-550-07805-6
  • Erbo, pilote de chasse: 1918-1942, Perrin, Paris, 1999, ISBN 2-262-01512-0
  • lieutenant de of tank, Perrin, Paris, 2003, ISBN 2-262-02103-1


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