Anton Csorich

Anton Csorich (Croatian: Antun Čorić; 1795–1864) was a Croatian nobleman and general in the Habsburg Monarchy imperial army service. He was titled baron of Monte Creto and promoted to the position of lieutenant field marshal when he became second chief of the 15th Infantry Regiment. In that position he took part in the suppression of the October 1848 uprising in Vienna. He then went on to participate in the Austrian war against the Hungarian Republic in 1849.

Anton Csorich
Mahično near Karlovac, Austrian Empire (modern Croatia)
Died15 July 1864
Dornbach at Vienna, Austria
Allegiance Austrian Empire
Service/branchAustrian Army
RankLieutenant field marshal
Commands held15th Infantry Regiment
Battles/wars1848 Habsburg Revolutions, Hungarian Revolution of 1848

See also


  • "Csorich von Monte Creto Anton Frh." (PDF). Österreichisches Biographisches Lexikon 1815–1950 (in German). 1. 1957. p. 159. Retrieved 25 February 2016.
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