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Baltic Fleet
« on: October 04, 2008, 12:19:53 AM »
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Emperor Nikolay II with a staff of the commander of the Baltic fleet on a cruiser "Russia". January, 1915 To the right of the emperor the commander of fleet admiral N. N.Essen, at the left — the chief of a staff vice-admiral L. B.Kerber/Körber. To the third at the left in the first row there is a captain of 1 rank And. V.Kolchak, the flag officer by an operative part of a staff of the commander of the Baltic fleet Vice-admiral V.A.Kanin who on May, 12th, 1915 has replaced on a post of the commander by the Baltic fleet of the died admiral N. of O.Essena


   
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Ljudvig Berngardovich Körber/Koerber (in 1916 has changed the name to Ljudvig Fyodorovich Korvin; on April, 19th 1863—1919) — the Russian military seaman, the vice-admiral. The son of professor Berngarda Kerbera, the father of aircraft designer L.L.Kerbera. Has ended the Sea case and the Nikolaev sea academy. In 1886-1889 "Hero" participated in global cruise of admiral Makarova on korvete. Then served on Baltic sea. In 1897-1900 on a cruiser "Russia" again has made transition to the Far East where was before the termination of the Russian-Japanese war. In 1906 has returned to Baltic, ordered a mine cruiser «Don Cossack», then kanonerskoj a boat "Hivinets". In 1909-1911 was the naval agent in Great Britain, then ordered a battle ship "Cesarevitch". Since 1913 the chief of a staff of the Baltic fleet (Generalstabschef der Baltischen Flotte). In November, 1916 it is appointed by the commander of a flotilla of Arctic ocean. After February revolution it is discharged of a post and in 1918 has left(abandoned) Russia.

The "Tsarevich"
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Re: Baltic Fleet
« Reply #1 on: November 08, 2008, 01:04:36 AM »
Need all your help with this,
I am in need of information in regard to:

1.) Wilhelm von Schulz/Schultz
Captain of the 2nd rank died 16-17.02.1891 died under strange circumstances on the cruiser "Admiral Kornilov"
returning Grand Prince George Aleksandrovich to Russia!

Brother of
Olga v. Koerber born v. Schulz/Schultz married to Vice Admiral/Chief of Staff Ludwig v. Koerber!

2. Michael (Maximilian) v Schultz - Vice-Admiral. The commander of the heroic cruiser "Novik" during the Russo Japanese war in 1904. Tragically was lost in the summer of 1917.

3. Konstannin v Schultz - captain of the 2-nd rank. The favorite officer of the admiral S.O. Makarov. He was lost on the ship "Petropavlovsk" 31.03.1904, together with the admiral Makarov.

Does anyone of you have information under what circumstances Wilhelm died!

Thank you for your help!
;)
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