Adolf Hans Heinrich von Wittich
(28.08.1836 - 23.02.1906)
place of birth:  Sch
önlanke, Posen  (Trzcianka, Poland)
Königreich Preußen:  Generaladjutant SM,  KG,  Generaloberst mdR GFM


General von Wittich
served as an adjutant general to Kaiser Wilhelm II. before being dismissed in 1892. Von Wittich was the son Wilhelm von Wittich, a minister in the Imperial Military Court, and his wife Christine Mildebrandt. Adolf later married the former Anna Schade in 1866. 

Adolf von Wittich began his military career in 1855, serving much of his time on the Great General Staff in Berlin, as well as on the general staff of the Fourth Army Corps in Magdeburg. He served as a section chief in the Prussian War Ministry and served as an aide-de-camp in Kaiser Wilhelm II's entourage from 1888 to 1892. He ultimately served as commander of Eleventh Corps in Kassel, attaining the rank of Generaloberst m.d.R. GFM in 1903. He became a lifetime member of the Prussian Herrenhaus, and died in W
ürzburg, Franconia in February of 1906.


Generaloberst  11.09.1903  (mit dem Range als GFM)

Eisernes Kreuz II  Deutsch-Französischer Krieg  1870–1871