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Leopold Freiherr von Hauer (born 26 January 1854 in Budapest, Hungary, died on 3 May 1933, in Budapest) was a Colonel General in the Austro-Hungarian Army.

Decorations and awards[]

  • Order of the Crown, 3rd class (Prussia, 1889)
  • Military Merit Medal in Bronze (Austria-Hungary, 21 May 1895) - on the recommendation of the Emperor
  • Military Merit Cross (Austria-Hungary, 2 December 1898) - because of his merits in cavalry training
  • Commander's Cross of the Order of Vasa (Sweden, circa 1898)
  • Grand Cross of the House and Merit Order of Peter Frederick Louis (Grand Duchy of Oldenburg, 1898)
  • Order of the Lion and the Sun, 2nd class (Persia, 1898)
  • Order of the Iron Crown, 3rd class (Austria, 16 April 1904)
  • Commander's Cross, First Class of the House Order of Albert the Bear (Anhalt, 1907)
  • Knight's Cross of the Order of Leopold, (Austria, 24 September 1912)
  • Grand Cross of the Order of Military Merit (Spain, 1910)
  • Grand Cross of the Order of Military Merit (Bulgaria, 1910)
  • Order of the Double Dragon, 2nd degree of 1st class (China, 1911)
  • Order of the Iron Crown, 2nd class with war decoration (later with swords) (Austria, 2 December 1914)
  • Military Merit Cross, 2nd class with war decoration (later with swords) (Austria-Hungary, 8 February 1915)
  • Iron Cross, 1st and 2nd class (Prussia, 1915)
  • Appointment to the Privy Council (16 March 1916)
  • First Class Decoration of Honour for Services to the Red Cross with war decoration (2 August 1916)
  • Grand Cross of the Order of the Iron Crown with war decoration (13 September 1916)
  • Grand Cross of the Military Merit Order with Swords in (Bavaria, 1916)
  • Order of Leopold, 1st class with war decoration and swords (Austria, 17 April 1917)

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