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Paul Pachner
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Native name Pavel Pačner
Born 10 (1871)
Died October 13, 1937(1937-10-13) (aged Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character "{".)
Place of birth Marburg, Austria Hungary
Place of death Maribor, Yugoslavia
Rank Counter admiral

Paul Pachner (October 17, 1871[1] - October 13,1937) was an Austro–Hungarian admiral who served during World War I. He commanded the protected cruiser SMS Zenta during the Battle of Antivari in 1914, where it was sunk. After the war, he served in the Spanish merchant marine, then aboard the Khedive of Egypt's private yacht, and finally aboard a Yugoslav collier.[2]


  1. (in German) Österreich-Reihe. 316–318. Bergland Verlag. 1965. p. 66. 
  2. Sondhaus, Lawrence (1994). The Naval Policy of Austria-Hungary, 1867-1918: Navalism, Industrial Development, and the Politics of Dualism (illustrated ed.). Purdue University Press. pp. 259, 372. ISBN 9781557530349. 

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