|Date of birth||Lavamünd|
|Date of death||May 06, 1932 Innsbruck|
Viktor Weber Edler von Webenau (* 13 November 1861 in Neuhaus; † 6 May 1932 in Innsbruck), General in the Austro-Hungarian Army during World War I, military governor of Montenegro between 1916 and 1917 and head of the Austro-Hungarian armistice commission (Armistice of villa Giusti.) Biography Career 1879: as Kadett-Offizierstellvertreter from Infanteriekadettenschule Liebenau to Feldjägerbataillon 27 1 November 1880: Lieutenant, General staff branch 1 May 1911: Major General and commander 4th Mountain Brigade 25 April 1914: Supreme Military Court 1 July 1914: Vice-President of SMC 1 August 1914: Feldmarschalleutnant 9 April 1915: Commander 47.
Infanterie Division 26 February 1916: Military Gouvernour of Montenegro 10 July 1917: Commander X. Corps 1 November 1917: General der Infanterie 7 February 1918: Commander of all mobile troops in the districts of Vienna, Kraków, Lemberg 15 May 1918: Commander XVIII. Corps 27 October - 3 November 1918: Chief of the "Waffenstillstandskommission" with Italy Family Viktor Weber Edler von Webenau was married two times: 1886 - 1900: Therese, née Baumgartner 1901 - 1932: Anna, née Hebenstreit Children Guido Weber-Webenau (Dr.
Norbert Weber von Webenau, (* 7 July 1886 in Tarvis; † 26 August 1914 killed in action in Galicia) Decorations (selection) Military Order of Maria Theresa Knight's Cross of the Military Maria Theresia Order Grand Cross of the Franz Joseph Order with War Decoration Military Merit Cross 2nd Class with War Decoration and Swords Order of the Iron Crown 2nd Class with War Decoration and Swords Officer's Cross of the Franz Joseph Order Honour Insignia 1st Class of the Austrian Red Cross Military Merit Cross 3rd Class Bronze Military Merit Medal with War Decoration (Signum Laudis) Service Badge for Officers 2nd Class Military Jubilee Medal 1898 Military Jubilee Cross 1908 Mobilization Cross of 1912/13 Prussian Iron Cross 1st and 2nd Class Ottoman Iron Crescent He was additionally appointed a Geheimer Rat (Privy Councillor). Rank 1 November 1880: Leutnant 1 May 1886: Oberleutnant 1 October 1893: Hauptmann 2. Klasse 1 November 1898: Major 1 May 1902: Oberstleutnant 1 May 1905: Oberst 2 May 1911: Generalmajor 8 August 1914: Feldmarschalleutnant 17 November 1917: General der Infanterie