Konrad Valentin von Kaim

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Konrad Valentin von Kaim
Birth nameJohann Konrad Valentin Ritter von Kaim
Born(1737-11-28)28 November 1737
Gengenbach, Germany
Died16 February 1801(1801-02-16) (aged 63)
Udine, Italy
AllegianceRoyal Standard of the King of France.svg Kingdom of France,
Flag of the Habsburg Monarchy.svg Habsburg Monarchy
Service/branchInfantry
Years of service1770–1801
RankFeldmarschallleutnant
Battles/warsFrench Revolutionary Wars
AwardsMilitary Order of Maria Theresa (Knight's Cross)

Johann Konrad Valentin Ritter von Kaim (28 November 1737 (baptised) – 16 February 1801) was a French soldier and Austrian infantry commander during the French Revolutionary Wars. He was mortally wounded at the Battle of Pozzolo on Christmas Day 1800,[1] but did not die until several weeks later. He was born in Gengenbach and died in Udine.

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Cust, Edward (1862). Annals of the wars of the 19th century, compiled from the most authentic histories of the period: I. Murray. p. 60.