Rudolf von Tiefenbach
During the 1620 Battle of White Mountain, he led the 1st Division of the Imperial Army which included the cuirassier regiment of Albrecht von Wallenstein and the horse regiment of Jean de Gauchier. When Charles Bonaventure de Longueval, Count of Bucquoy died, Tiefenbach took over part of his command.
In 1639 he was named a Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece.
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- Geschichte des Böhmischen Aufstandes von 1618 ("History of the Bohemian revolt of 1618") by Anton Gindely (Tempsky, 1869)
- Jahrbuch der Gesellschaft für die Geschichte des Protestantismus in Österreich, Volumes 25-27 ("Yearbook of the Society for the History of Protestantism in Austria") (Lutheran Church, 1904)