Ludwig von Wohlgemuth

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Ludwig
Freiherr von Wohlgemuth

Ludwig Freiherr von Wohlgemuth (* 25 May 1788 in Vienna; † 18 April 1851 in Budapest) was an Austrian general and commander of the Order of Maria Theresa.

In 1844 he was appointed Major General and Brigadier of the I. Army Corps in Milan. During the revolutionary year of 1848, Wohlgemuth distinguished himself during the Five Days of Milan, and covered Radetzkys retreat, and took position at Goito.[1]

He died 1851, during a trip from Budapest to Vienna.[1]

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ a b Svoboda, Johann (1870). Die Zöglinge der Wiener-Neustädter Militär-Akademie. Wien.