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A Studio Photo of Croatian General Anton Lipošćak

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A Studio Photo of Croatian General Anton Lipošćak

A Studio Photo of Croatian General Anton Lipošćak - 7cm x 9cm, on hard stock, circa 1905, take in Bjelovar. Anton Lipošćak was a Croatian general of the Austro-Hungarian army and the last major military governor of the Austrian occupation zone in Poland. He was a distinguished Commander throughout WWI, mainly active in the Eastern Front, in Galicia and Bukovina; he was also a commander of the famous 42nd Home Guard Infantry Division (also known as theDevil's Division). After the War Lipošćak held the position of President of the First Croatian Savings Bank in Zagreb. After that he moved to Vienna, where he died in June 1924th at the age of 61 years. 
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