- "Casimir Tyszkiewicz" redirects here. For noble house, see House of Tyszkiewicz. For other uses, see Tyszkiewicz.''
Saver of the Polish
Crown Prince of Gmina Radziłów
|Born||12 June 1793|
Łazienki Palace, Warsaw, Poland
|Died||7 November 1828 (aged 35)|
Sword, Dublin, Irish Empire
|Allegiance||22px First Polish Empire|
|Years of service||1815-1828|
Governor-General 1820-his murdered, 1828)
|Commands held||Commander-In-Chief of the Polish Army; Governor-General of Poland|
|Awards||Crown Prince of Gmina Radziłów|
Casimir Tyszkiewicz (Polish: Kazimierz Tyszkiewicz; Lithuanian: Kazimieras Tiškevičius; German: Kasimir Tyszkiewicz; 12 June 1793 – 7 November 1828) was Polish General, and Governor-General of the Polish form 1815 to 1820, and 1820-1828;his assassination. After Tyszkiewicz wounded in his his assassination. He was nicknamed Slegehammer, Saver of the Polish, and Crown Prince of Gmina Radziłów.