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  1. Federico Augusto, Conde Rutowsky (también escrito Rutowski) (Varsovia/Dresde [?], 19 de junio de 1702 - Pillnitz, 16 de marzo de 1764), fue un Mariscal de Campo sajón quien comandó a las fuerzas sajonas en el Sitio de Pirna durante la Guerra de los Siete Años.

  2. Frederick Augustus, Count Rutowsky (also written Rutowski) (Warsaw/Dresden [?], 19 June 1702 – Pillnitz, 16 March 1764), was a Saxon field marshal who commanded Saxon forces in the Siege of Pirna during the Seven Years' War.

  3. Federico Augusto, Conde Rutowsky (también escrito Rutowski) (Varsovia/Dresde [?], 19 de junio de 1702 - Pillnitz, 16 de marzo de 1764), fue un Mariscal de Campo sajón quien comandó a las fuerzas sajonas en el Sitio de Pirna durante la Guerra de los Siete Años.

  4. Frederick Augustus Rutowsky (19 June 1702-16 March 1764) was a Field Marshal of Saxony. Frederick Augustus Rutowsky was born in Warsaw, Poland, the illegitimate son of August II of Poland and his Turkish mistress Maria Aurora von Spiegel.

  5. The newly crowned King Frederick II of Prussia took this Austrian succession crisis as an opportunity to press his dynasty's territorial claims in the Habsburg crown land of Silesia, invading in December 1740 and beginning the First Silesian War. [3]

  6. Frederick Augustus, Count Rutowsky (also written Rutowski) (Warsaw/Dresden [?], 19 June 1702 – Pillnitz, 16 March 1764), was a Saxon Field Marshal who commanded Saxon forces in the Siege of Pirna during the Seven Years War.

  7. 26 de ago. de 2020 · Rutowsky was reinforced by some Austrians under Grünne and took up a position at Kesselsdorf, 5 miles west of Dresden, that covered Dresden while leaving him closer to the advancing Charles than Leopold was to Frederick. The Saxons deployed along a ridge that ran from Kesselsdorf to the river Elbe and that was fronted by a stream and marshy ground.