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Anton Vogl (born 1789) became a Lieutenant Field Marshal in the Austrian Army and became famous for actively participating in the suppression of the uprising in Galicia in 1848. He also led Austrian troops against the Hungarian Republic in 1849. Anton Vogl died in 1871.
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