Ferdinand Wolf Konstantin Karl von Stülpnagel
(07.10.1842 - 24.12.1912)
place of birth:  Berlin
Königreich Preußen:  KG,  General der Infanterie


Ferdinand von Stülpnagel
was a Prussian general officer and corps commander who served in pre-Great War Germany. His father Wolf Louis Ferdinand commanded XIII. Army Corps from 1871 to 1873, while his grandfather Wolf Wilhelm Ferdinand had also served as a Prussian general in the War Ministry. 

As a young officer, von Stülpnagel saw military action during the Danish War of 1864, as well as the Austro-Prussian War of 1866. He additionally served as a company commander in the 3rd Guards Foot Regiment during the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-71. In peace-time Germany, von Stülpnagel became General Ewald von Kleist's chief of staff at I. Army Corps headquarters in Königsberg. He was transferred to Posen in 1899 in order to command V. Army Corps headquartered in that city. Ferdinand von Stülpnagel received his final promotion to General der Infanterie in 1900, and remained in command of V. Army Corps until his retirement from active duty in 1906. He passed away and was laid to rest in his hometown of Berlin in December 1912.


General der Infanterie  27.01.1900

Eisernes Kreuz II  Deutsch-Französischer Krieg  1870–1871