Friedrich Karl Walter Degenhard (1828-1908), Baron Walter von Loë, was a Prussian soldier and aristocrat. Loë had the distinction of being one of the few Roman Catholics to reach the rank of Generalfeldmarschall, or field marshal.

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  • Friedrich Karl Walter Degenhard (1828-1908), Baron Walter von Loë, was a Prussian soldier and aristocrat. Loë had the distinction of being one of the few Roman Catholics to reach the rank of Generalfeldmarschall, or field marshal. (en)
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  • Friedrich Karl Walter Degenhard (1828-1908), Baron Walter von Loë, was a Prussian soldier and aristocrat. Loë had the distinction of being one of the few Roman Catholics to reach the rank of Generalfeldmarschall, or field marshal. (en)
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