Wilhelm Mauritz Klingspor
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Wilhelm Mauritz Klingspor (1744 in Fluxerum – May 1814 in Stockholm) was a Swedish noble military officer and one of the Lords of the Realm. He is probably best known from his time as field marshal of Finland during the Finnish War and for participating in the coup that dethroned Gustav IV of Sweden.
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