Aurelius von Serda-Teodorski

This was Beata's father. 
Service in the Imperial and Royal Army 
He studied at the Tarnow. He studied law in Vienna and Krakow. In 1881 he served a one volunteered, and was the Austrian cavalry officer - usually served in Bosnia. During the First World War as a squadron commander of regiment fought dragonów Polish border. Colonel from 1914.  In 1918 cavalry brigade commander on the Italian front. 
Service in the Polish army 
Since January 1919 the Polish army. 
January - February 1919 the commander of reserve Army East in the battle for Lwów, acting for the Operations Group commander Gen. No. Żeligowskiego, a trip to France. 
June-September 1919 the deputy commander of Division 3 Strzelców Polish Polish Army in France. Brigadier General 1 June 1919. 
September 1919 - 1220 Head of the Military Mission the Government of Ukraine, special orders to General-in-Chief. 
1920 - March 1921 the Deputy Inspector General of Horse, 
March - May 1921 Deputy District commander General Poznan and manager training courses for senior commanders. 
"On 28 October 1922 Sosabowski were allowed to the higher military academy. In an judgment of the governor of these academy, general Aurelius von Serda-Teodorski indicated that the major Sosabowski under the correct accompaniment would be a very good higher officer."

From 31 May 1921 in state grant for the general division. To re-service in December 1922. Until September 1925 formally Commandant School War, however, dealt with issues and economic order. Decided on scientific issues with staff from the French Army Colonel Louis Augustine Faury at the forefront. 
In 1925 he returned finally retired and went to Yugoslavia. 
Orders and decorations 
• Silver Cross of the Order of the martial law Virtuti Militari 
• Cross brave - four 
• Komandorski Cross of the Legion of Honor 
• Grand Cross of the Order of "Crown of Romania" 
• Komandorski Cross of the Order of White Eagle 
• Order Class I Dębowej Crown (Luxembourg)

At some point, he was presented with a bronze horseman. As it seems to indicate 1925 on the plaque, it is possible that this was a retirement present. A translation of the plaque would be appreciated.
The horseman was gifted to Seka (Maria Harsanyi) by Beata and Seka left it to her doctor Barbara Pilarski on her passing in 2013.






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