Captain lieutenant

(redirected from Linienschiffsleutnant)
a lieutenant with the rank and duties of captain but with a lieutenant's pay, - as in the first company of an English regiment.

See also: Captain

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1) In the Adriatic, relatively tranquil and richly endowed with sheltered bays, single-engined flying boats, Lohners and Macchis, skirmished throughout the forty-one months of the Austro-Italian conflict: Linienschiffsleutnant Gottfried Banfleld was ennobled for his various exploits as a Lohner pilot.
Linienschiffsleutnant (Lieutenant Commander) Georg Ritter von Trapp, who later was the founder and literally the father of the Trapp Family Singers, achieved earlier fame as Austria-Hungary's leading U-boat ace.
In mid-1917, Linienschiffsleutnant Johann Krsojavi, the Czech skipper of the new U-40 and Marinekommandant Vice Admiral Maximilian Njegovan, the navy's penultimate chief and a Croat who spoke five languages, jointly thanked the German-speaking executives of the Osterreichen Flottenverein (The Imperial Austrian Navy League) based in Vienna for the 2.