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Müller, Georg Alexander von
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Müller, Georg Alexander von

March 24, 1854, Chemnitz – April 18, 1940, Hangelsberg [Spree]), German admiral. Müller joined the Imperial Navy in 1871, serving in various land and ship positions including the torpedo service, as well as commander in chief of the navy. Müller accompanied Prince Heinrich (Henry) of Prussia to East Asia in 1897–1898 as his personal adjutant. After serving as commandant of the SMS Wettin, including related duties as a military aide to Kaiser Wilhelm II, Müller assumed command of the Imperial Naval Cabinet on July 8, 1906, remaining …

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Herwig, Holger H., “Müller, Georg Alexander von”, in: Brill’s Digital Library of World War I. Consulted online on 27 February 2024 <>
First published online: 2015

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