Major General Julius Stahel Medal of Honor #71 2018 ESI Civil War PSA AUTOGRAPH. Beautiful Card with original one of one signature/autograph.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. (aged 87) New York City. 8th New York Infantry Regiment.1st Bde, 1st Div, I Corps. First Battle of Bull Run. Second Battle of Bull Run. Stahel-Számwald (November 5, 1825 December 4, 1912) was a Hungarian.
Soldier who emigrated to the United States. In the American Civil War. After the war, he served as a U. He received the Medal of Honor. For gallantry in action at the Battle of Piedmont.
Stahel was born in Szeged. 200 km southeast of Budapest.After schooling in Szeged and Budapest, he entered the Austrian Army. Rising to the rank of lieutenant. Stahel joined the movement for Hungarian independence led by Lajos Kossuth. During the Revolution of 1848.
He served on the staffs of Gen. When the Hungarian uprising against the Habsburg. Dynasty was put down in 1849, he fled to Prussia. Before migrating to the United States. Until the outbreak of the American Civil War, he worked for Deutsche illustrirte Familienblätter , a German-language.
Newspaper in New York City. In 1861, with the outbreak of war, Stahel and Louis Blenker. Recruited the 8th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment. The 1st German Rifles or Blenker's Rifles.
Stahel, who had dropped the "Számwald" portion of his surname, became the regiment. While Blenker served as colonel.
Stahel first saw combat at the First Battle of Bull Run. Leading the regiment in Blenker's first brigade. The regiment covered the flight of the Union Army of Brig. The 8th New York served in Blenker's division.
Of the newborn Army of the Potomac. Until it was transferred to western Virginia. On August 11, 1861 and a brigadier general three months later.
Stahel led a brigade under Maj. During an incursion into the Shenandoah Valley. His brigade was of Fremont's left at the Battle of Cross Keys. Stopped the Union advance into the Valley. Stahel's position on the left exposed his command to a flank attack by Isaac Trimble.
S brigade as Fremont was attempting to turn the right of the Confederate line. By July 1862, Stahel was commander of the first brigade of Robert C. S first division Army of Virginia in the corps led by Franz Sigel. At the Second Battle of Bull Run.Schenck was wounded and Stahel became acting commander of the division. Succeeded to command of the brigade.
Stahel's brigade was one of two that covered Sigel's retreat when Pope's army was defeated. Stahel rose to division command by late 1862 and was promoted to major general.
He briefly commanded the XI Corps during the fall of 1862. In March 1863 Stahel was assigned to command a Union cavalry division in the defenses of Washington, D. When the division joined the Army of the Potomac in June 1863, Alfred Pleasonton. Had Stahel removed, promoting Judson Kilpatrick.He then served as cavalry commander in the Department of the Susquehanna. At the time of the Gettysburg Campaign. Stahel received a Medal of Honor for gallantry at Piedmont.
Julius Stahel's Grave at Arlington National Cemetery. By the spring of 1864, Stahel was commander of the 1st Cavalry Division under Franz Sigel in the Shenandoah Valley.At the Battle of New Market. On May 15, 1864, his division was on the left of Sigel's line. It attacked the Confederate line but was repulsed by artillery fire. The division recoiled under attack by the Confederate forces of John C. At the Battle of Piedmont. On June 5, 1864, serving as cavalry commander under Maj. Stahel distinguished himself under fire until he was hit in the shoulder.
This led to Stahel's receiving the Medal of Honor. On November 4, 1893, for leading his division until seriously wounded. Stahel served, after recovering from his wound, on court-martial duty until he resigned on February 8, 1865.After the Civil War, Stahel served in the United States diplomatic corps as consul in Yokohama. After that he was U. Between diplomatic assignments, he worked as a mining engineer. Stahel died in a New York City at 87 years of age. After a funeral in Washington, he was buried in the Arlington National Cemetery. Rank and organization: Major General, U. Place and date: At Piedmont, Va. Entered service at: New York, N. Born: November 5, 1825, Hungary. Date of issue: November 4, 1893. Led his division into action until he was severely wounded. List of Medal of Honor recipients.
List of American Civil War Medal of Honor recipients: QS. List of American Civil War generals (Union). The item "Major General Julius Stahel Medal of Honor #71 2018 ESI Civil War PSA AUTOGRAPH" is in sale since Friday, April 5, 2019.
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