Otto von Etzel

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Otto von Etzel (1860 — 1934) was a German soldier and diplomat.

In 1902-1908, he was German military attache in Washington, D.C.[1]

On 25 November 1912 he married Margarete Friederike Ulrike Elise Mitzlaff (born 21 July 1878 in Berlin; died 25 March 1965 in Berlin). They had two sons, Joachim Franz Otto (born 24 August 1914 in Erfurt; died 23 February 1949 in Golubowka (Charkow), Ukraine) and Herbert Franz Hermann (born 3 December 1919 in Erfurt; died 26 February 2004 in Berlin).

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  1. ^ "New German Attache at Washington," New York Times. November 26, 1902; "Baron von Sternburg Cannot Be Here," New York Times. May 15, 1905.

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