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Below, Gustav Friedrich Eugen von, geb. 1791 zu Trakehnen in Ostpreußen, 1807 Lieutenant, in den Feldzügen von 1812 und 13 Adjutant des Generals York, an der Katzbach schwer verwundet, im Feldzug von 1814 zum Rittmeister ernannt, 1815 Generalstabsoffizier unter Bülow, nach dem Frieden beim Generalstab in Berlin; 1849 Generallieutenant. Nebenbei betheiligte sich B. sehr an den ständischen Angelegenheiten seiner Provinz, und war von 1831–41 in den Landtagen von Königsberg und Danzig, schloß 1848 den Waffenstillstand von Malmoe, und wohnte von 1849 den Sitzungen der ersten Kammer bei, legte aber 1851 sein Mandat nieder.


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