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Eugen Bohm-Bawerk, Jakob Boehme; Mises in the big one.

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Malachi posted on Sun, Sep 9 2012 2:19 PM
Two different questions, first of all can someone help me figure out if bohm-baverk is a descendant of jakob boehme, and where can I find more about Mises activities as a captain of artillery in ww1?
1914-1918. Called back to active duty when World War I started. He left Vienna in the summer of 1914 to go to war, on the same day and on the same train on which he had planned to leave to teach a seminar in Silesia. He served as a captain with the artillery in the Austro-Hungarian cavalry, primarily on the Eastern front in the Carpathian Mountains, Russian Ukraine, and Crimea. During the latter part of the war, he worked on economic problems with the Army's General Staff in Vienna. 

1918-1919.Taught a class of officers seeking to return to civilian life at the Wiener Exportakademie [Viennese Export Academy], later the Hochschule für Welthandel [Institute for World Trade]. 

the above quote is from the bio of Mises.
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