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Field Marshall
Casimir Tyskiewicz
Field Marshal of the Polish, Prince Casimir Tyskiewicz on his Dragoon general uniform, 1847.
Nickname(s) Dragoon Prince
Born 18 April 1829(1829-04-18)
Łazienki Palace, Warsaw, Poland
Died 8 September 1872 (aged 43)
Beauforte Mansion, Krakow, Poland
Allegiance Flag of the Kingdom of Poland (1795–1813) Kingdom of Poland
Service/branch Polish Army
Years of service 1846-1872
Rank Field Marshal of the Polish
Unit Commander of the 1st Regiment of Dragoons
Commands held II Cavalry Corps
Other work Politician
Battles/wars Crimean War
Polish-Austrian War
Signature Signature of Casimir Tyszkiewicz
Field Marshall Casimir Tyskiewicz, 1st Prince of Radziłów CPP; KP; GGK; MGF (18 April 1829 – 8 September 1872) was Polish military soldier also politician. Governor-General of Krakow form 1849 to 1857 and 1863 to 1869. He was murdered in 1672. He was also a Hero of Poland, by his father also his successor, Edward VI.

Early lifeEdit

He was born on Casimir Tyskiewicz d'Radziłów, 18 April 1829, to his father, Charles Beauforte I, King of the Polish. He was young at the time his father was King of the Polish.