Leopold Freiherr von Hauer

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Leopold Freiherr von Hauer (born 26 January 1854 in Budapest, Hungary, died on 3 May 1933, in Budapest) was a Colonel General in the Austro-Hungarian Army. He participated in the First World War on the Russian front.

At the outbreak of the War, he commanded the 9th Cavalry Division, and from October 1914 until October 1917 the Cavalry Corps Hauer.

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