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Postby Phil Nix » 17 Nov 2002 13:01

Can Asnyone help re army career on the following SS Generlas
SS Ogf Heinrich von Maur General der Artilleie a.D.
SS Ogf Oskar Schwerk Gen Maj a.D.
SS Gf Albert Ritter von Beckh Gen Maj a.D.
SS Bf Hermann Muller Gen Lt a.D.
SS Bf Anton Edler Kless von Drauworth a.D.
SS Br Karl Ritter von Kurz Gen Maj a.D.
Thks Philmil

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Postby Greyfinn » 22 Apr 2003 10:42

I would like to remember Philmil's request and hope to somebody will help him (...and me - cause I'm very interested in....:) )
..and I add following personalities:
Wilhelm Schuessler (born 5 Apr. 1879)
Ernst von Radowitz
Kurt Eberhardt (born 12 Sept. 1874)
Fritz Koch (born 15 Jan 1879)
Hilmar Moser (born 5 Nov 1880)
Lothar Fritsch (born 19 June 1871)
Albert Fett (born 1 Nov 1872)

Thanks in advance
Greyfinn

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Postby Georges JEROME » 22 Apr 2003 12:45

Hi Phil and Greyfinn,

Koch Fritz

1939 1.9 kdr 254 ID
1.5.40 - 10.12.41 Kom Gen XXXIV AK
released on 31.5.42
1.5.40 gen lt
1.12.40 gen der Inf

Muller Hermann

1939 reactived as generalmajor
sept 39 - 5/40 stadtkommandant Wloclaweck
1940/5 - 15.3.41 stadtkommandant Brussel (OFK ?)
1.4.41 genlt zv
1941 17/6 - 304/42 stadtkommandant Wuppertal
30.4.42 released

Kurt Eberhard

1939 reactived
1940 - 5.41 staff ruckwartigen Armee Gebiet 550
41/5 - 6.42 Feldkommandantur 195 (Kiev)
1.2.41 gen major zv
30.12.42 released.

von Kurz

1939 kdr landesschutzenregiment 3 ithen 183 n WK XVIII
2.42 - 10.43 Führerreserve stell gen kdo XVIII
involve din securty duties inside 438 Sicherungs division
1.4.43 gen major zv
31.10.43 released

FETT

Kdr Division NJ° 159 (Frankfurt a Main) 1939 - 42
from 42 this ersatz division became a reserve division.



Hilmar Moser was too reactived.

for the others, records don't mention reactivation during WW II

best

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Postby Gareth Collins » 22 Apr 2003 15:56

Generalmajor Kurt Eberhard
Born: 22/09/1874 in Rottweil.
Died: 08/09/1947 in Stuttgart.
Major Awards: None.
Promotion Dates: Officer-Candidate (18/03/1893); 2nd Lieutenant (25/11/1893); Senior Lieutenant (25/02/1902); Captain (25/02/1908); Major (27/01/1915); Lieutenant-Colonel (18/12/1920); Colonel (01/11/1923); Honorary Major-General (31/03/1925); Major-General (01/02/1941).
MILITARY CAREER
Pre WWI and WWI: Entered the Army as Officer-Aspirant in the 13th Field-Artillery-Regiment (03/08/1892-25/02/1907); Detached to the War Academy (01/10/1902-??/07/1905); Adjutant of the 27th Field-Artillery-Brigade (25/02/1907-25/07/1910); Battery-Chief in the 65th Field-Artillery-Regiment (25/07/1910-01/10/1913); Teacher at the Field-Artillery-Firing-School (01/10/1913-02/08/1914); Battery-Chief, later Battalion-Commander in the 65th Field-Artillery-Regiment (02/08/1914-10/04/1918); Commander of the 501st Field-Artillery-Regiment (10/04/1918-~).
Inter-War Years: Commander of the 501st Field-Artillery-Regiment (~-01/07/1919); Commander of the 5th Reichswehr-Artillery-Regiment (01/07/1919-01/10/1920); Battalion-Commander in the 5th Artillery-Regiment (01/10/1920-01/10/1922); With the Staff of Artillery-Leader V (01/10/1922-01/04/1923); Retired (01/04/1923); Placed to the Command of the Army (26/08/1939-~).
WWII: Placed to the Command of the Army (~-1940); With the Staff of the Commander of Rear Army-Area 550 (1940-13/05/1941); Field-Commandant 195 (13/05/1941-01/07/1942); At the same time, Commandant of Kiev (1942-01/07/1942); Führer-Reserve OKH (01/07/1942-30/11/1942); Retired (30/11/1942).
Post WWII: In US Captivity (??/11/1945-08/09/1947); Committed Suicide in US Captivity (08/09/1947).
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Postby Gareth Collins » 22 Apr 2003 16:00

Generalleutnant Albert Fett
Generalleutnant Albert Fett
Born: 01/11/1872 in Rennerord, Upper Westerwald.
Died: 08/02/1963 in Frankfurt, Main.
Major Awards: None.
Promotion Dates: Officer-Candidate (18/10/1892); 2nd Lieutenant (15/07/1893); Senior Lieutenant (12/09/1902); Captain (10/09/1908); Major (28/11/1914); Lieutenant-Colonel (18/12/1920); Colonel (01/02/1923); Major-General (01/05/1927); Honorary Lieutenant-General (31/01/1929); Lieutenant-General (01/02/1941).
MILITARY CAREER
Pre WWI and WWI: Entered the Army as Officer-Aspirant in the 118th Infantry-Regiment (01/04/1892-01/10/1897); Transferred into the 168th Infantry-Regiment (01/10/1897-01/10/1900); Adjutant of District-Command Friedberg, Hessen (01/10/1900-10/09/1908); Regiments-Adjutant of the 168th Infantry-Regiment (01/10/1902-31/10/1907); Company-Chief in the 17th Infantry-Regiment (10/09/1908-01/10/1913); Commander of the 14th Fortress-MG-Battalion (01/10/1913-06/09/1918); Commander of the 164th Infantry-Regiment (06/09/1918-~).
Inter-War Years: Commander of the 164th Infantry-Regiment (~-14/10/1919); Commander of the IV. Battalion of the 19th Infantry-Regiment (14/10/1919-01/10/1920); Transferred into the 6th Mounted-Regiment (01/10/1920-15/06/1921); Battalion-Commander in the 15th Infantry-Regiment (15/06/1921-01/10/1923); With the Staff of the 15th Infantry-Regiment (01/10/1923-01/02/1924); Commander of the 15th Infantry-Regiment and State-Commandant of Hessen (01/02/1924-01/02/1928); Infantry-Leader I (01/02/1928-31/01/1929); Retired (31/01/1929); Placed to the Disposal of the Army and Commander of Division 159 (26/08/1939-~).
WWII: Commander of Division 159 (~-15/08/1941); Commander of the 328th Infantry-Division (15/08/1941-03/03/1942); Führer-Reserve OKH (03/03/1942-30/09/1942); Retired (30/09/1942).
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Postby Gareth Collins » 22 Apr 2003 16:20

General der Infanterie Lothar Fritsch
Born: 19/06/1871 in Ratibor.
Died: 05/10/1951 in Schlehdorf.
Major Awards: Pour le Mérite (06/05/1918).
Promotion Dates: Officer-Candidate (20/09/1890); 2nd Lieutenant (22/08/1891); Senior Lieutenant (16/11/1899); Captain (18/05/1907); Major (19/08/1914); Lieutenant-Colonel (30/11/1920); Colonel (01/01/1922); Major-General (01/11/1926); Honorary Lieutenant-General (31/01/1929); Honorary General Of Infantry (27/08/1939).
MILITARY CAREER
Pre WWI and WWI: Entered the Army as an Officer-Aspirant in the 51st Infantry-Regiment (27/02/1890-01/09/1899); Adjutant of District-Command Wohlau (01/09/1899-16/11/1899); Transferred into the 141st Infantry-Regiment (16/11/1899-16/10/1904); Adjutant with the Commander of the Troop-Exercise-Grounds Gruppe (16/10/1904-18/05/1907); Company-Chief in the 141st Infantry-Regiment (18/05/1907-22/03/1913); Transferred into the 44th Infantry-Regiment (22/03/1913-02/08/1914); Company-Chief in the 44th Infantry-Regiment (02/08/1914-11/08/1914); Wounded, in Hospital (11/08/1914-20/10/1914); Commander of the II. Battalion of the 44th Infantry-Regiment (20/10/1914-25/06/1915); Delegated with the Leadership of the 44th Infantry-Regiment (15/11/1914-02/12/1914); Wounded, in Hospital (25/06/1915-06/02/1916); Commander of the II. Battalion of the 44th Infantry-Regiment (06/02/1916-??/03/1916); In Hospital (??/03/1916-16/04/1916); With the Replacement-Battalion of the 44th Infantry-Regiment (16/04/1916-26/07/1916); Commander of the III. Battalion of the 49th Infantry-Regiment (26/07/1916-08/02/1917); At the same time, Delegated with the Leadership of the 49th Infantry-Regiment (16/08/1916-20/09/1916); At the same time, Delegated with the Leadership of the 49th Infantry-Regiment (23/10/1916-24/11/1916); Commander of the 357th Infantry-Regiment (08/02/1917-~).
Inter-War Years: Commander of the 357th Infantry-Regiment (~-06/03/1919); Commander of the III. Battalion of the 450th Infantry-Regiment (Border-Protection Silesia) – at the same time, also Delegated with the Leadership of the Regiment (06/03/1919-28/05/1919); Commander of the II. Battalion of the 64th Reichswehr-Rifle-Regiment (28/05/1919-20/02/1920); At the same time, Delegated with the Leadership of the 64th Rifle-Regiment (24/07/1919-06/08/1919); Commander of the II. Battalion of the 16th Infantry-Regiment (20/02/1920-15/12/1920); At the same time, Delegated with the Leadership of the 16th Infantry-Regiment (31/07/1920-08/09/1920); Staff-Officer with the Staff of the 3rd Infantry-Regiment (15/12/1920-01/04/1921); Commandant of Marienburg (01/04/1921-01/01/1922); With the Staff of the 3rd Infantry-Regiment (01/01/1922-01/04/1923); Commander of the 7th Infantry-Regiment (01/04/1923-01/04/1927); Infantry-Leader VI (01/04/1927-31/01/1929); Retired (31/01/1929); Placed to the Disposal of the Army (01/07/1938-~).
WWII: Placed to the Disposal of the Army (~-30/04/1943); Position Lifted (30/04/1943).
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Postby Georges JEROME » 22 Apr 2003 16:43

Hi Gareth,

allways excellent.
just a data :

I've Gen Maj Wilhelm BERHENS 12.41 - 3.42 as kdr 328 ID

what do you think ?

regards

Georges

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Postby Greyfinn » 22 Apr 2003 16:46

Thanks Gentelmen,
It's a good idea to refresh some older interesting topics :)
Thanks Jerome and Gareth (and wait for more :) )
Greyfinn

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Postby Gareth Collins » 22 Apr 2003 17:00

Apologies, an error in my typing. Fett was in command until 30 December. Lucky you spotted that ;) Thank You

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Postby VJK » 22 Apr 2003 18:27

Hi Gareth!

In the spirit of helping you reach the 1000 mark, I would be extremely grateful for pics of the following:

Gen. der Inf.:
Gottfried Edelbüttel
Otto Hasse
Walter von Hülsen

Gen. der Art.:
Rudolf Bleidorn
Friedrich von Campe
Karl Freiherr Czapp von Birkenstetten
Paul Hasse

Gen. der Kav.:
Rudolf von Horn
Walther von Jagow
Hugo von Kayser
Wilhelm Knochenhauer

Generalleutnant:
Victor von Aigner
Hugo van den Bergh
Robert von Bernuth
Erich Freiherr von Botzheim
Hermann von Brandenstein
Felix von Buchholtz
Heinrich von Bünau
Curt von Dewitz
Johannes Ehrhardt
Karl von Fabeck
Karl Felsch
Arnold Fischer
Kurt Fischer
Emil Fleck
Ernst Freiherr von Forstner
Rudolf Giessler
Paul Göldner
Hugo Grimme
Konrad Guhl
Otto Haas
Paul Habicht
Heinrich von dem Hagen
Georg Hartig
Karl Held
Hans von Hösslin

Generalmajor:
Paul Bauer
Erich von Bonin
Hans Borchert
Karl Brück
Robert Bürkner
Heinrich Curtze
Gustav Hagenberg
Hermann Hopf

Generaloberstabsarzt m.d.R.e. General der Infanterie Prof. Dr. Carl Franz

Generalstabsveterinär Dr. Otto Budnowski
Generaloberstabsveterinär Dr. Albert Grammlich


I realise that I'm asking a lot, but your help would once more be gratefully appreciated!

With very best wishes,

VJK

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Postby Stauffenberg II » 22 Apr 2003 18:45

Pfuuh!

Impressive Order VJK. I will assist Gareth by giving a link to a already posted pic (Erich von Bonin). So he will only have to post X-1.

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Regards!
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Postby VJK » 22 Apr 2003 18:50

Thanks Staufenberg II, that was quick !

I've awoken from my winter slumbers and am making up for lost time!!

All the very best,

VJK

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Postby Gareth Collins » 22 Apr 2003 21:04

I found no records of a Friedrich von Campe or Robert von Bernuth , perhaps they retired prior to 1921 (formation of Reichsheer). The others, bar a few I do have and here they are;

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Postby Gareth Collins » 22 Apr 2003 21:05

Generalmajor z.V. Paul Bauer
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Postby Gareth Collins » 22 Apr 2003 21:07

Char. Generalleutnant Hugo van den Bergh
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