Been away for a while. Thanks for all additions and corrections.
His name is indeed Werner von Klosowski or Werner von Klossowski. See for more info, and the other spelling, the following link:
From the link I see Phil emphasises the spelling and Peter in the post below him also uses the same spelling.
Werner von Klossowski (Note spelling) Born 3.3.1888 Usf 20.4.34 Stammabteilung 39 1938 IK 1 Wound badge in Gold (From DAL 1938)
And by Peter.
Werner von Klossowski
Born 3 Mar 1888
SS # 8 976
NSDAP # 118 313 ......
I dont have the 1938 DAL so I don't know which spelling is correct but Klosowski is used in the 1934 DAL.
On another matter or two.
1) - For the restructure date I see in Karl Schuster's bio (Thanks yet again Phil)
01.11.1936. - 01.01.1937. - Referent I / Motor, beim Stab SS-Oberabschnitte Mitte -
01.04.1936. - 01.11.1936. - Führer, 11. SS-Motorstandarte, beim SS-Oberabschnitte West -
Looks like 11. SS-Motorstandarte was disbanded on 01.11.1936, in the restructure, it also has the same date and new designation (Referent I / Motor) as Erich Tschimpke in his bio. So 01.11.1936, is looking good for the restructure date.
2) - I have come across another Motorstaffel z.b.V. based in Berlin. There was also one based in München.
Motorstaffel z.b.V. - beim Stab SS-Gruppe Ost -
12.06.1933. - 00.00.0000. - SS-Haupttruppführer. Jurk - (Htruppf 00.00.00) -
I have asked this before but I'll try again. Does anyone know what their z.b.V. function was? My guess is, because of the two locations, both were extremely important cities at this time for the NSDAP and the SS and it was possibly a VIP fleet for high ranking NSDAP and SS officials visiting on business. Could be totally wrong of course, anyone got a better idea?