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Maximilian Daublebsky von Sterneck

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Maximilian Daublebsky Freiherr von Sterneck zu Ehrenstein 14 February 1829 – 5 December 1897 was an Austrian admiral who served as the chief administrator of the Austro-Hungarian Navy from 1883 until his death

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He was born at Klagenfurt, into a family from Bohemia where they long held the office of mayor of Budweis In 1620 they were ennobled in Austria with the addition of the German name von Sterneck Jacob Daublebsky von Sterneck was further created Freiherr Baron von Sterneck zu Ehrenstein in 1792 His son Joseph settled in Carinthia and purchased the castle of Krastowitz in Klagenfurt, where his son Maximilian was born in 1829 Image:|thumb|240px|, 1880 Maximilian Daublebsky von Sterneck was educated to be an officer in the then Austrian Navy, attaining the rank of lieutenant commander Korvettenkapitän in 1859 He was promoted to commander Fregattenkapitän in 1864 and later was appointed to command the flagship Erzherzog Ferdinand Max by rear-admiral Konteradmiral Wilhelm von Tegetthoff

In the Battle of Lissa 20 July 1866, Daublebsky von Sterneck succeeded in by ramming the Italian flagship Re d'Italia, which capsized and sank For his services during the battle, he was awarded the Military Order of Maria Theresa In an 1880 painting by Anton Romako, Daublebsky is pictured at Tegetthoff's side on the bridge during the ramming attack Rammstosstaktik

Battle of Lissa, painting by Anton Romako, 1880

The creation of the Dual Monarchy in 1867 was accompanied by the reorganization of the naval service as the Austro-Hungarian Navy Daublebsky von Sterneck was appointed port commander at Pola in 1869 with the rank of full captain Linienschiffskapitän He was promoted to Kontradmiral in 1872 and took part in the 1872-74 North Polar expedition of Julius von Payer and Karl Weyprecht as commander of the Isbjörn It was this expedition that discovered Franz Josef Land, named for the Austrian emperor, in 1873

Daublebsky von Sterneck was named to succeed Friedrich von Pöck as Marinekommandant Navy Commander and Chef der Marinesektion Chief of the Naval Section of the War Ministry in November 1883 with the rank of Vizeadmiral His efforts to modernize the Navy were hamstrung by interminable political friction between the Austrian and Hungarian halves of the empire When Sir Edward J Reed published the second half of his profile of the Continental navies in Harper's in February 1887, he dismissed the Austro-Hungarian Navy as antiquated and omitted any tabulation of information about the fleet's ships—in sharp contrast to his description of the fleet of Austria-Hungary's principal ally, Germany

Promoted full admiral in 1888, Daublebsky von Sterneck persevered in his efforts to modernize the Austro-Hungarian fleet until his death in Vienna in 1897 He initiated the construction - 1891–1898 - of the navy garrison Catholic Church of Our Lady of the Sea Italian: Madonna del Mare/German: kuk Marinekirche Unserer Lieben Frau vom Meer/Croatian: Gospe od Mora in Pola's suburb San Policarpo His body was interred in that church, to which Daublebsky von Sterneck had devoted much effort His heart however was placed in the family crypt in the castle of Krastowitz Daublebsky von Sterneck was succeeded as head of the navy by Hermann von Spaun

Referencesedit

  • German Wikipedia entry "Maximilian Daublebsky von Sterneck'1
  • Sir Edward James Reed, "The Navies of the Continent II - The Italian, Russian, German, Austrian,

and Turkish Navies Harper's New Monthly Magazine, European Edition, February 1887

See alsoedit

  • Austro-Hungarian Navy

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