Wilhelm Deyhle

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Wilhelm Deyhle

Post by Boby » 17 Jul 2006 18:58

Hi!

Any have info of him?

He was Jodl adjutant.

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Post by Dieter Zinke » 17 Jul 2006 22:56

Sorry, only a pic

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Post by Boby » 18 Jul 2006 08:29

Wow, excellent picture.

Many thanks Dieter

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Post by FANGIO » 20 Jul 2006 03:26

Hi!
Which was his last rank? Oberst?

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Deyhle

Post by harmel » 21 Jul 2006 01:25

Are you sure the first name is Wilhelm,
though I have seen his name as Otto,
and last name spelt different
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Re: Deyhle

Post by Dieter Zinke » 21 Jul 2006 08:59

harmel wrote:Are you sure the first name is Wilhelm, though I have seen his name as Otto, and last name spelt different
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No problem, dear Harmel!
According to Keilig ("Rangliste des deutschen Heeres 1944/45"):
Willy Deyhle, 01.01.1943 Oberst i.G. (103), Pionier-Offizier, at last OKW (Stellv. Chef WFSt)
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Otto Deyhle, 01.01.1943 Oberst i.G. (104), at last Pi.Btl. 45

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Post by Boby » 21 Jul 2006 09:19

Hi Friends!

Thanks for the info. My source is David Irving.

So, is Willy Deyhle.

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Re: Wilhelm Deyhle

Post by Jeremy Dixon » 29 Sep 2010 18:46

This is Wilhelm Deyhle also (I think) with Jodl, Keitel and Hitler.

From my private collection
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Re: Wilhelm Deyhle

Post by Stauffenberg II » 01 Oct 2010 06:41

Hi,

Willy is not listed in the 01.08.1944 list of general staff officers, whilst Otto is. I think i might have found the reason at the website of www.volksbund.de:
Nachname: Deyhle
Vorname: Willy
Dienstgrad: Oberst
Geburtsdatum: 18.07.1903
Geburtsort: Ulm/Donau
Todes-/Vermisstendatum: 05.07.1944
Todes-/Vermisstenort: bei Belaja Luska 36 km ostw. Minsk



Nach den uns vorliegenden Informationen ist die o. g. Person seit 05.07.1944 vermißt.

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Re: Wilhelm Deyhle

Post by askropp » 17 Nov 2015 19:54

Were Otto and Wilhelm Deyhle brothers? There is an interesting HPA file on Otto Deyhle which includes an unique medical report - disability suffered in the line of duty by frequent telephoning!
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Re: Wilhelm Deyhle

Post by CNE503 » 04 Jun 2017 09:56

Hello,

What was the official assignment of Willy Deyhle in early November 1940? I guess that he was an assistant for Jodl at the OKW, but do you know exactly what was his post? Jodl's assistant? Member of the Abteilung "Landesverteidigung" in the OKW?
I guess he was a Major at this time, but I'm not sure of this and he might have been an Hauptmann.

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Oberst Willy Deyhle (1903-1944)

Post by askropp » 04 Jun 2017 14:37

*18.07.1903 Ulm
+05.07.1944 bei Minsk

Vater: Willy Deyhle, Oberst
Mutter: Berta Deyhle, geb. Widmann
01.07.1930 Heirat mit Käthe Loose
1 Sohn (*1936), 2 Töchter (*1933/1938)

01.12.1926 Leutnant (2)
01.02.1929 Oberleutnant (38)
01.11.1934 Hauptmann (22)
01.06.1940 Major (78)
18.03.1941 neues RDA vom 01.12.1939 (52b) erhalten
01.03.1942 Oberstleutnant (351)
01.01.1943 Oberst (103)

26.03.1923 ins Pionierbataillon 5 eingetreten
01.05.1927 in der 2. / Pionierbataillon 5 (Ulm) [laut Stellenbesetzung]
01.10.1930 Adjutant des Pionierbataillons 5 (Ulm)
19.05.1933 im Stab des Gruppenkommandos 1 (Berlin)
01.10.1934 zur Ausbildung an der Kriegsakademie (Berlin)
06.10.1936 in der Landesverteidigungsabteilung des Wehrmachtamtes (Berlin)
15.02.1941 Ia der 8. Infanteriedivision
18.02.1942 im OKW / Wehrmachtführungsstab
18.08.1942 Führerreserve OKH (III)
29.08.1942 Ia der 292. Infanteriedivision
12.12.1943 Führerreserve OKH (HPA)
15.01.1944 Chef des Generalstabes des XII. Armeekorps

? EK II
30.06.1941 EK I
03.08.1942 Deutsches Kreuz in Gold
18.08.1942 Ostmedaille
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Re: Wilhelm Deyhle

Post by CNE503 » 04 Jun 2017 16:35

askropp,

It's excellent, thank you. Do you know what was his job at the Abteilung "L" in the Wehrmachtführungsamt in November 1940?
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Re: Wilhelm Deyhle

Post by Stauffenberg II » 05 Jun 2017 19:41

Yes, as per as Stellenbesetzung 15.02.1940, 10.05.1940, 01.07.1940 etc. he was Adj. Chef Wehrmachtsführungsstab (WFA).

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Re: Wilhelm Deyhle

Post by CNE503 » 05 Jun 2017 21:37

Thank you very much Jürgen, this is very helpful.
Very best regards from France,

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