General of the Kavallerie
general of the Kavallerie was a military status in some European and overseas armies in 18. , 19. and 20. Century.
In the German states Prussia, Bavaria, Württemberg and Saxonia, furthermore in Austria Hungary, Great Britain, Russia, Spain and Japan gave it to four general statuses: in ascending order major general, lieutenant general, general of the Kavallerie, - infantry or - artillery and colonel general. Over it it gave occasionally also a general field marshal, in some countries only to field marshal or marshal mentioned.
The general of the Kavallerie (- infantry, - artillery) the instruction usually was over an army corps (Kommandierender general) or a equivalent high office entrusts. In Russia one called appropriate rank directly “general “and in Great Britain” fills general “.
officers in this rank
- Philipp Kleffel
- Ernst August food ring
- Hans Joachim of Zieten
- baron v.Gebsattel
- Karl baron von Pflanzer Baltin
- Alfred von Fabrice
- Curt Feldt
- Edwin count von Rothkirch and Trach
- George von Alten, lieutenant general z.D., manual for army and fleet, volume IV., Berlin 1912