Jürgen Bernhard von Ungern-Sternberg (vollständiger Name Jürgen Bernhard Baron Ungern-Sternberg von Pürkel; * April in Schneidemühl) ist ein. Sven von Ungern-Sternberg, einst Baubürgermeister und Regierungspräsident, hat ein Buch veröffentlicht: über Freiburgs Weg zur "Green. Ungern-Sternberg [ˈʊŋɐn] ist der Name eines deutsch-baltischen Adelsgeschlechts. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Geschichte; 2 Wappen; 3 Personen; 4 Literatur.
Ungern-Sternberg Moderatorin und Studioredakteurin bei "heute"
Ungern-Sternberg ist der Name eines deutsch-baltischen Adelsgeschlechts. Ungern-Sternberg [ˈʊŋɐn] ist der Name eines deutsch-baltischen Adelsgeschlechts. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Geschichte; 2 Wappen; 3 Personen; 4 Literatur. Jürgen Bernhard von Ungern-Sternberg (vollständiger Name Jürgen Bernhard Baron Ungern-Sternberg von Pürkel; * April in Schneidemühl) ist ein. Dr. Christina von Ungern-Sternberg. Foto. Dr. Christina von Ungern-Sternberg. Copyright:ZDF/Rico Rossival. Moderatorin und Studioredakteurin bei "heute". Vita Christina von Ungern-Sternberg. geboren in Mainz. - Studium der Fächer Neuere Deutsche Literaturwissenschaft, Politikwissenschaft und. Christoph von Ungern-Sternberg leitet bei der DB Vertrieb GmbH die Einheit „Veränderungsmanagement und Kulturentwicklung“. Zuvor begleitete er Change-. Ungern: Peter Alexander Freiherr v. U.-Sternberg, bedeutender Romanschriftsteller der Aristokratie zur Zeit des jungen Deutschland. Am April wurde er.
Sven von Ungern-Sternberg, einst Baubürgermeister und Regierungspräsident, hat ein Buch veröffentlicht: über Freiburgs Weg zur "Green. Autor / Hrsg.: Ungern-Sternberg, Rudolf von ; Ungern-Sternberg, Rudolf von. Verlagsort: Ort wechselnd | Erscheinungsjahr: | Verlag: Drucker wechselnd. Alexander von Ungern-Sternberg: Historische Romane, Seesagen, Märchen & Biografien: Der fliehende Holländer, Die rote Perle, Liselotte, Rotkäppchen.
Under his rule, Dauria became a well-known "torture centre" filled with the bones of dozens of Ungern's victims, who were executed because of accusations of being Reds or thieves details in .
Ungern's chief executioner had been a Colonel Laurentz, but in Mongolia, Ungern had him executed because he lost Ungern's trust under unclear circumstances.
They examined trains passing through Dauria to Manchuria. The confiscations did not significantly diminish the supplies of Kolchak's forces, but private Russian and Chinese merchants lost considerable property.
In , taking advantage of the weakness of Russia's government caused by revolutions and civil war, the Chinese government, established by members of the Anhui military party , sent troops, led by General Xu Shuzheng , to join Outer Mongolia to China and end its autonomy, which violated the terms of a tripartite Russian-Mongolian-Chinese agreement concluded in that secured the autonomy of Outer Mongolia and did not allow the presence of Chinese troops except for small numbers of consular guards.
They rebelled against their commanders and plundered and killed Mongols and foreigners. As part of his plans, Ungern travelled to Manchuria and China February to September , where he established contacts with monarchist circles and also made preparations for Semyonov to meet the Manchurian warlord Marshal Zhang Zuolin , the "Old Marshal".
The princess was given the name Elena Pavlovna. She and Ungern communicated in English , their only common language. After Kolchak's defeat at the hands of the Red Army and the subsequent decision of Japan to withdraw its expeditionary troops from the Transbaikal , Semyonov, unable to withstand the pressure of Bolshevik forces, planned a retreat to Manchuria.
Ungern, however, saw it as an opportunity to implement his monarchist plan. On 7 August , he broke his allegiance to Semyonov and transformed his Asiatic Cavalry Division into a guerrilla detachment.
He entered negotiations with Chinese occupying forces. All of his demands, including the disarmament of the Chinese troops, were rejected.
On 26—27 October and again on 2—4 November , Ungern's troops assaulted Urga but suffered disastrous losses. After the defeat, his forces retreated to the upper currents of the Kherlen River , in Setsen-Khan Aimag, a district ruled by princes with the title Setsen Khan, in eastern Outer Mongolia.
He was supported by Mongols who sought independence from Chinese occupation, especially the spiritual and secular leader of Mongols, the Bogd Khan , who secretly sent Ungern his blessing for expelling Chinese from Mongolia.
The Chinese had tightened their control of Outer Mongolia by then by strictly regulating Buddhist services in monasteries and imprisoning Russians and Mongols whom they considered "separatists".
According to the memoirs of M. Tornovsky, the Asiatic Division numbered 1, men, while the Chinese garrison was strong.
The Chinese had the advantage in artillery and machine guns and had built a network of trenches in and around Urga. Ungern's troops began moving from their camp to Urga on 31 January.
On 2 February, they battled for control of Chinese front lines and secured parts of Urga. Rezukhin, captured Chinese front-line fortifications near Small Madachan and Big Madachan settlements in the southeastern vicinities of Urga.
At the same time, another detachment moved to the mountains east of Urga. Borrowing a tactic from Genghis Khan , he ordered his troops to light a large number of campfires in the hills surrounding Urga and to use them as reference points for Rezukhin's detachment.
That made the town appear to be surrounded by an overwhelming force. The second moved westwards towards Consular Settlement. Upon reaching the Maimaicheng, Ungern had his men smash their way in by blasting the gates with explosives and improvised battering rams.
After the capture of Maimacheng, Ungern joined his troops attacking Chinese troops at the Consular Settlement. After a Chinese counterattack, Ungern's soldiers retreated a short distance northeast and then launched another attack with the support of another Cossack and Mongolian detachment, which began an attack from the northeast and northwest.
Ungern's troops gradually moved westwards in Urga, pursuing retreating Chinese soldiers. The capital city was finally taken on the evening of 4 February.
Chinese civilian administrators and military commanders abandoned their soldiers and fled northwards from Urga on 11 cars in the night of 3—4 February.
Chinese troops fled northward on 4 and 5 February. They massacred any Mongolian civilians they encountered along the road from Urga to the Russian border.
Russian settlers who supported the Reds moved from Urga, together with the fleeing Chinese troops. During the capture of Urga, the Chinese lost about men, and Ungern's forces suffered about 60 casualties.
After the battle, Ungern's troops began plundering Chinese stores and killing Russian Jews who were living in Urga, as the Cossacks had also been set against the Jews.
Ungern himself ordered the Jews to be killed except for those who had notes from him sparing their lives.
Several days later, the looting by his troops was stopped by Ungern, but his secret police bureau, led by Colonel Leonid Sipailo, continued searching for "Reds".
Ungern had troops and the Chinese defenders about After capturing Choir, Ungern returned to Urga. His detachments, consisting of Cossacks and Mongols, moved southward to Zamyn-Üüd , a frontier settlement and another Chinese base.
The defending Chinese soldiers abandoned Zamyn-Üüd without a fight. When the remaining Chinese troops, having retreated to northern Mongolia near Kyakhta , attempted to go around Urga to the west to reach China, the Russians and the Mongols feared that they were attempting to recapture Urga.
Several hundred Cossack and Mongol troops were dispatched to stop the Chinese forces, which numbered several thousand, in the area of Talyn Ulaankhad Hill near the Urga—Uliastai road in central Mongolia.
After a battle that raged from 30 March to 2 April in which more than Chinese and approximately Mongols, Russians and Buryats were killed, the Chinese were routed and chased to the southern border of the country.
Thus Chinese forces left Outer Mongolia. On 22 February, a solemn ceremony took place to restore the Bogd Khan to the throne.
Other officers, lamas and princes who had participated in these events also received high titles and awards. On 22 February , Mongolia was proclaimed an independent monarchy.
Ossendowski, one of the most popular Polish writers in his lifetime at the time of his death in , his overseas sales were the second-highest of all the writers of Poland , had served as an official in Kolchak's government and, after its collapse, fled to Mongolia.
Ossendowski was the first to describe Ungern's views in terms of Theosophy , but Ungern himself had never been a Theosophist. Ungern did not interfere in Mongolian affairs and assisted Mongols only in some issues according to orders of the Bogd Khan.
Russian colonists, on the other hand, suffered cruelties from Ungern's secret police bureau led by Leonid Sipailo. Many innocent people were tortured and killed by Sipailo and his subordinates.
Some eyewitnesses considered his Asiatic Cavalry Division as a base for a future Mongolian national army.
The division consisted of national detachments, such as the Chinese regiment, Japanese unit, various Cossack regiments, Mongol , Buryat , Tatar and other peoples' units.
Ungern said that 16 nationalities served in his division. Dozens of Tibetans also served as part of his troops. They might have been sent by 13th Dalai Lama , with whom Ungern communicated, or the Tibetans may have belonged to the Tibetan colony in Urga.
Studies of their interrogations from Japanese archive revealed that they were mercenaries serving on their own, like other nationals in the division, and that Ungern was not managed by Japan.
The Bolsheviks started infiltrating Mongolia shortly after the October Revolution, long before they took control of the Russian Transbaikal.
The forces included the Red Mongolian leader Damdin Sükhbaatar. Spies and various smaller diversionary units went ahead to spread terror to weaken Ungern's forces.
Ungern organised an expedition to meet these forces in Siberia and to support ongoing anti-Bolshevik rebellions. Believing that he had the unwavering popular support of locals in Siberia and Mongolia, Ungern failed to strengthen his troops properly although he was vastly outnumbered and outgunned by the Red forces.
However, he did not know that the Reds had successfully crushed uprisings in Siberia and that Soviet economic policies had temporarily softened in Lenin 's New Economic Policy.
Upon Ungern's arrival in Siberia, few local peasants and Cossacks volunteered to join him. In the spring, the Asiatic Cavalry Division was divided into two brigades: one under the command of Lieutenant General Ungern and the second under Major General Rezukhin.
Ungern's brigade left Urga and slowly moved to the Russian town of Troitskosavsk present-day Kyakhta in Buryatia.
Meanwhile, the Reds moved large numbers of troops towards Mongolia from different directions. They had a tremendous advantage in equipment armoured cars, aeroplanes, rail, gunboats, ammunition, human reserves etc.
As a result, Ungern was defeated in battles that took place between 11 and 13 June, and he failed to capture Troitskosavsk.
Combined Bolshevik and Red Mongol forces entered Urga on 6 July after a few small skirmishes with Ungern's guard detachments.
Although they had captured Urga, the Red forces failed to defeat the main forces of the Asiatic Division Ungern's and Rezukhin's brigades.
Ungern regrouped and attempted to invade Transbaikal, across the Russo-Mongolian border. To rally his soldiers and local people, he quoted an agreement with Semyonov and pointed to a supposed Japanese offensive that was to support their drive, but neither Semyonov nor the Japanese were eager to assist him.
After several days of rest, the Asiatic Division started its raid into Soviet territory on 18 July. The Soviets declared martial law in areas that the Whites were expected, including Verkhneudinsk now Ulan-Ude , the capital of Buryatia.
Ungern's troops captured many settlements, the northernmost being Novoselenginsk , which they occupied on 1 August. By then, Ungern had understood that his offensive was ill-prepared, and he had heard about the approach of large Red forces.
On 2 August , he began his retreat to Mongolia, where he declared his determination to fight communism. He wanted to retreat to Tuva and then to Tibet.
Troops under both Ungern and Rezukhin effectively mutinied and hatched plots to kill their respective commanders. On 17 August, Rezukhin was murdered.
A day later, conspirators attempted to assassinate Ungern. His command then collapsed as his brigade broke apart.
On 20 August, Ungern was captured by a Soviet detachment, led by guerrilla commander Petr Efimovich Shchetinkin , who was later a member of the Cheka.
The sentence was carried out that night in Novonikolaevsk now Novosibirsk. Ungern-Sternberg is the name of a Baltic-German noble family, with branches belonging to the Finnish , Swedish and Russian nobilities.
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