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Casimir Tyszkiewicz
Nickname(s) Slegehammer
Saver of the Polish
Crown Prince of Gmina Radziłów
Born 12 June 1793(1793-06-12)
Łazienki Palace, Warsaw, Poland
Died 7 November 1828 (aged 35)
Sword, Dublin, Irish Empire
Allegiance Flag of Poland.svg First Polish Empire
Service/branch Polish Army
Years of service 1815-1828
Rank General 1815-1820
Governor-General 1820-his murdered, 1828)
Commands held Commander-In-Chief of the Polish Army; Governor-General of Poland
Awards Crown Prince of Gmina Radziłów
Signature Signature of Casimir Tyszkiewicz

Casimir Tyszkiewicz (Polish: Kazimierz Tyszkiewicz; Lithuanian: Kazimieras Tiškevičius; German: Kasimir Tyszkiewicz; 12 June 1793 – 7 November 1828) was Polish General, and Governor-General of the Polish form 1815 to 1820, and 1820-1828;his assassination. After Tyszkiewicz wounded in his his assassination. He was nicknamed Slegehammer, Saver of the Polish, and Crown Prince of Gmina Radziłów.

Born on 12 June 1793, lived in Łazienki Palace, Warsaw, Poland.

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