Generalleutnant Paul Winter

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Generalleutnant Paul Winter

Post by adalberto » 24 Mar 2007 03:03

Hello Gentlemen,

This officer received the DKiS , anyone know when ???
in this picture , anyone can recognise the decorations in ribbonbar ??

Picture from a site of his parents in http://www.paul-winter-schule.de

Thx in advance
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Post by Jeremy Dixon » 24 Mar 2007 21:49

Information I have - he wasn't awarded the DKiS. ?

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Post by adalberto » 25 Mar 2007 01:19

I read in a page of this site above about the DKiS,but not more informations (when,where and rank..)
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Post by Phil Nix » 25 Mar 2007 11:03

not listed in Die Trager der Deutschen Kreuzes in Silber by Hort Scheibert
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Post by adalberto » 28 Mar 2007 01:53

Thx Phil

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Generalleutnant Paul Winter (1894-1970)

Post by askropp » 14 Aug 2017 18:57

*29.01.1894 Neuburg / Donau
+01.03.1970 München

Vater: Hans Winter, Königlicher Justizrat und Rechtsanwalt (+09.04.1918)
Mutter: Pauline Winter, geb. Frank
28.12.1920 Heirat mit Irmgard Lenk
28.06.1928 Scheidung
28.03.1931 Heirat mit [?]

01.08.1914 Leutnant (5)
xx.xx.191x neues Patent vom 30.10.1912 (5) erhalten
14.12.1917 Oberleutnant (3)
01.07.1922 neues RDA vom 18.04.1917 (4) erhalten
01.06.1924 Hauptmann (10)
01.02.1934 Major (8)
01.08.1936 Oberstleutnant (19)
01.03.1939 Oberst (10)
17.12.1941 Generalmajor mit RDA vom 01.10.1941 (28) [?]
xx.xx.1943 Generalleutnant mit RDA vom 01.06.1943 (5b)

01.08.1912 eingetreten als Fahnenjunker
12.03.1915 Abteilungsadjutant
16.12.1916 im Stab des Feldartillerieregiments 8
20.03.1917 Regimentsadjutant
08.05.1919 Adjutant beim Artilleriestab des Freikorps Regensburg
01.06.1919 Abteilungsadjutant
01.10.1922 im Artillerieregiment 7
01.10.1923 Adjutant des Artillerieregiments 7 (Nürnberg)
01.10.1927 im Stab des Artillerieführers VII (München)
01.10.1930 Chef der 5. / Artillerieregiment 7 (München)
01.04.1934 im Stab des Artillerieführers VII (München)
01.10.1934 Kommandeur der I. / Artillerieregiment 17 (München)
15.10.1935 Adjutant des VII. Armeekorps (München)
15.07.1938 Chef der Zentralabteilung im Oberkommando der Wehrmacht (Berlin)
01.08.1943 Führerreserve OKH (III)
09.08.1943 kommandiert zur Heeresgruppe Nord zur Einarbeitung als Divisionskommandeur
14.09.1943 mit der stellvertretenden Führung der 30. Infanteriedivision beauftragt (bis 06.10.1943)
05.11.1943 Kommandeur der 9. Luftwaffenfelddivision
25.11.1943 Führerreserve OKH (OKW)
14.12.1943 Chef des Wehrmachtzentralamtes

30.01.1941 KVK II mit Schwertern
09.11.1941 KVK I mit Schwertern
18.07.1943 Deutsches Kreuz in Silber
05.12.1943 Spange zum EK II
05.12.1943 Spange zum EK I

During and after his military career, he was a successful composer. I assume he is the only Wehrmacht general (at least of those not associated with the Widerstand) after which a german school is named until today (see above)!

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Re: Generalleutnant Paul Winter

Post by graveland » 14 Aug 2017 19:29

Thanks, askropp.

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Re: Generalleutnant Paul Winter (1894-1970)

Post by Aisingioro » 23 Jun 2021 20:53

askropp wrote:
14 Aug 2017 18:57

Generalleutnant Paul Winter (1894-1970)

25.11.1943 Führerreserve OKH (OKW)
14.12.1943 Chef des Wehrmachtzentralamtes

Generalleutnant Walter Jost (1896-1945)
24.08.1943 Chef des Wehrmachtzentralamtes
26.04.1944 Kommandeur der 42. Jäger- Division


Can anyone clarify this?

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Re: Generalleutnant Paul Winter

Post by Rossano » 24 Jun 2021 11:30

OK Jost until, and Winter from, 12.43

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Re: Generalleutnant Paul Winter

Post by Aisingioro » 01 Jul 2021 17:07

Thanks Rossano.

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Re: Generalleutnant Paul Winter

Post by Dave Danner » 01 Jul 2021 21:37

Other awards:

27.10.1914 Eisernes Kreuz 2. Klasse
05.03.1917 Eisernes Kreuz 1. Klasse
01.08.1915 Königlich Bayerischer Militär-Verdienstorden, 4. Klasse mit Schwertern (zurückgegeben)
24.10.1918 Königlich Bayerischer Militär-Verdienstorden, 4. Klasse mit der Krone und Schwertern
26.01.1935 Ehrenkreuz für Frontkämpfer
02.10.1936 Wehrmacht (Heer) Dienstauszeichnung 4. bis 2. Klasse
30.11.1936 Olympia-Ehrenzeichen 2. Klasse
xx.xx.1937 Wehrmacht (Heer) Dienstauszeichnung 1. Klasse

For clarity's sake, his Imperial formation was the Bavarian 8. Feldartillerie-Regiment Prinz Heinrich von Preußen, not to be confused with the Prussian Feldartillerie-Regiment von Holtzendorff (1. Rheinisches) Nr. 8, or, for that matter, the Saxon 8. Feldartillerie-Regiment Nr. 78.

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Re: Generalleutnant Paul Winter

Post by graveland » 02 Jul 2021 11:46

Thank you, Dave.

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Re: Generalleutnant Paul Winter

Post by hughiec » 22 Jul 2021 10:02

Rossano wrote:
24 Jun 2021 11:30
OK Jost until, and Winter from, 12.43
If so, what was Jost doing between December '43 and April '44 when he took over 42. Jager? I'm curious as to why that isn't listed in his record.
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Re: Generalleutnant Paul Winter

Post by Rossano » 22 Jul 2021 14:03

We are all curious about that........
I have nothing official, I only have an old note (don´t remember the source) reading that he was Gen. zbV. i. OKW

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