Freidrich von Seidenberg, Count of Aachen (November 8, 1798 - December 15, 1866) was a Franco-German nobleman and military tactician best known for his service in the First Franco-Turkish War and the War of Napoleonic Succession. In Germany, he is known as the Hero of Augsburg for his bravery at the Battle of Augsburg in the spring of 1845, and he was present at Dugny, where his 10th Division made up the southern flank of Seychard's First Army. He later was made Count of Aachen, one of the most prominent positions in contemporary Germany, a position he held until his death in 1866. The Seidenbergs held the county until the French Civil War in the 20th century, when the counties were officially abolished.

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