Joachim Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Leopold Prinz von Preußen K.H.
(14.11.1865 - 13.09.1931)
place of birth:  Kujan, Posen

Königreich PreußenPreußischer Prinz,  Generaloberst  (Kav)


Friedrich Leopold Prinz von Preußen was a Royal Prussian officer during the Great War. He was the son of Prince Friedrich Karl von Preußen and Maria Anna von Anhalt-Dessau. He headed up the Fourth Cavalry Inspectorate in 1900, as well as the First Army Inspectorate from 1907 to 1913 as its headquarters was transferred from Berlin to Danzig. Friedrich Leopold entered the military as a 10-year old cadet in 1875, and by 1893 had been promoted to Generalmajor and commander of the Garde-du-Corps cavalry regiment in Berlin. In 1898 he oversaw the Prussian Cavalry Inspectorate in Potsdam, serving during the Russo-Japanese War as military advisor within Russian Headquarters. He was ultimately promoted to Generaloberst in 1910.

Generaloberst  10.09.1910

Dienststellung  Chef d.Ulan.R.15, àls d.1.Garde R.z.F. u. d.Hus.R.1, Inh. d. Öster.Ungar.2.Hus.R, Chef d.Russ.6.Inf.R.Libau