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On 1 May 1902 he was promoted to Oberst and appointed to the managing bureau of the General Staff, of which department he was appointed head in May 1903. The same year, he married Stefanie Tomka von Tomkahaza und Falkusfalva, a Hungarian noblewoman, with whom he had a daughter. In 1908, Arz was again promoted, this time to the rank of Generalmajor, and was given command of the 61st Infantry Brigade. Having been steadily promoted and seen as a promising and competent officer, he received an "outstanding" evaluation from his old commander, Archduke Eugen, during 1911's fall maneuvres. 1912 saw him promoted to command a division, the 15th infantry at Miskolc. Soon afterwards Arz attained the rank of Feldmarschall-Leutnant and in 1913 was reassigned to the war ministry in Vienna to head up a section.At the outbreak of war in the Summer of 1914, Arz von Straussenburg requested a transfer to a field assignment and was again given command of the 15th infantry division, which participated in the closing stages of Komarów.

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>On 1 May 1902 he was promoted to Oberst and appointed to the managing bureau of the General Staff, of which department he was appointed head in May 1903. The same year, he married Stefanie Tomka von Tomkahaza und Falkusfalva, a Hungarian noblewoman, with whom he had a daughter. ⇒1902年5月1日に、彼は陸軍大佐に昇進して、参謀幕僚管理局に任じられ、1903年5月同部局の長官に任命された。同じ年、彼はハンガリー貴族の婦人ステファニ・トムカ・フォン・トムカハザ・ウント・ファルクスファルヴァと結婚して、一人の娘を儲けた。 >In 1908, Arz was again promoted, this time to the rank of Generalmajor, and was given command of the 61st Infantry Brigade. Having been steadily promoted and seen as a promising and competent officer, he received an "outstanding" evaluation from his old commander, Archduke Eugen, during 1911's fall maneuvres. 1912 saw him promoted to command a division, the 15th infantry at Miskolc. ⇒1908年、アルツは再び昇進して今回は陸軍少将(Generalmajor)の階級に就いて、第61歩兵旅団の指揮を任された。着実に昇進して、有望で有能な将校とみなされた彼は1911年秋の機動作戦の間に、先輩指揮官のオイゲン大公から「傑出している」との評価を受けた。1912年には、ミスコークの第15歩兵師団の指揮を執るための昇進があった。 >Soon afterwards Arz attained the rank of Feldmarschall-Leutnant and in 1913 was reassigned to the war ministry in Vienna to head up a section.At the outbreak of war in the Summer of 1914, Arz von Straussenburg requested a transfer to a field assignment and was again given command of the 15th infantry division, which participated in the closing stages of Komarów. ⇒間もなくアルツは、陸軍元帥副官(Feldmarschall-Leutnant)の階級を得て、1913年に再度ウィーン戦争省の部門の頭目に割当てられた。1914年夏、戦争の勃発に際してアルツ・フォン・シュトラウセンブルクは戦場への任務移動を要請して、再度第15歩兵師団の指揮を任されて、それ(師団)はコマロウ(戦)の終局段階に参加した。

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