Adolf von Bonin

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Albert Ferdinand Adolf Karl Friedrich von Bonin
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Born 11 November 1803
Heeren, Altmark
Died 16 April 1872 (1872-04-17) (aged 68)
Berlin
Allegiance  Prussia
Service/branch Army
Rank Generalfeldmarschall
Commands held Prussian I Corps
Battles/wars Battle of Trautenau (Austro-Prussian War)

Albert Ferdinand Adolf Karl Friedrich von Bonin (11 November 1803, Heeren, Altmark; 16 April 1872, Berlin) was a Corps commander of the Prussian Army at the Battle of Trautenau in 1866, and a colleague of Karl Friedrich von Steinmetz.[1] He made his military career from Oberst (1851), Major general (1854) to Lieutenant general and adjutant of the king (1858). In 1863 he became Kommanierender General and 1864 General of the Infantry.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Helmolt, H.F.; Bryce, J.B. (1907). The World's History: A Survey of Man's Record. London: W. Heinemann. p. 298. OCLC 20279012. 
  • Spehr, Ludwig Ferdinand: "Bonin, Adolf von", Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie Band 3, Duncker & Humblot, Leipzig 1876, p. 128.