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Officer School [Edit]
There was a military school as a training facility for officers of the Saxon army there before 1873, when Albert was created in the city barracks. In a small town of Albert Barracks complex of residential and educational buildings to modern standards at that time was built.
By 1920, there the Saxon army officers were trained before the school was used until 1926 by the Saxon school, which was awarded in 1927 in Klotzsche new building. Made up of accommodation, classrooms, auditorium and gymnasium facilities offered by these terms. In 1926 the training center for officers of the army as an infantry school was reopened.
Famous alumni were Max Immelmann (name to the same maneuver), it was originally as a cadet in the infantry and settled only at the beginning of World War I trained as pilots, Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg, who was in 1927 and in 1928 commanded the training in the institution and Albrecht Mertz von firing squad. Ulrich de Maiziere was at the hospital nor trained in the army, he was later inspector general of the army. Erwin Rommel was teaching at the school from 1929 to 1933.
Between 1945 and 1990, only part of the institution was used as a branch officer of the College of the land forces of the NVA. The Military Academy of the army, as the highest educational institution of Military Sciences, based in Dresden, was not in the town of Albert.