Constantine Lukasz

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Constantin Ludwig Lukasz
Born 16 September 1890
Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Died March 15, 1945(1945-03-15) (aged 54)
Sofia, Bulgaria
Allegiance Kingdom of Bulgaria
Service/branch Bulgarian Army
Years of service 1909 - 1944
Rank Lieutenant General
Commands held
Battles/wars
Awards

Constantine Ludwig Lukasz (September 16, 1890 in Plovdiv – March 15, 1945) was a Bulgarian officer and Chief of Staff of the Bulgarian Army during the period 11 August 1941 - 11 May 1944.

Biography[edit]

Constantin Lukasz was born on September 16, 1890 in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. He successfully applied at the Military School in Sofia. After he graduated on September 22, 1909 he was assigned as lieutenant to a regiment in the 22nd infantry division. On January 1, 1940 he was promoted to Lieutenant General. On August 11, 1941 he became Chief of Staff of the Bulgarian Army until May 11, 1944.

He was sentenced to death by the People's Court established by the government of the Fatherland Front and executed on March 15, 1945 in Sofia.

References[edit]

1. http://www.generals.dk/general/Lukash/Konstantin_Ludvig/Bulgaria.html