Photo from Kaiser's Soldbuch showing
him as a Major. early 1945 .

Born:
01 January in Pforzheim (Baden-Württemberg).

Units:
00.00.00-06.03.40   Luftwaffen-Bau-Bataillon 10 /VII   
07.03.40-03.05.40   1./Luftwaffen-Bau-Bataillon 7 /VII
04.05.40-30.11.41   3./Luftwaffen-Bau-Bataillon 4/ VII
01.12.41-25.12.41   Stab Luftwaffen-Bau-Bataillon 10/ VII
26.12.41-22.08.42   Stab Luftwaffen-Bau-Bataillon 9/ XIII
23.08.42-14.12.42   Luftwaffen-Bau-Kompanie 2/13/ XIII
15.12.42-15.12.42   Luftwaffen-Bau-Kompanie 5/30/ XIII
15.12.42-01.03.43   Luftwaffen-Bau-Bataillon 30/ III
02.03.43-14.07.43   Luftwaffen-Bau-Ergänzung Bataillon III
12.07.43-17.08.43   Luftschutz Ergänzung Abteilung 1
18.08.43-02.11.43   Luftschutz Abteilung (mot) 29
03.11.43-23.07.44   Luftschutz Abteilung (mot) 28
24.07.44-30.01.45   Luftschutz Abteilung (mot) 21
01.02.45-09.02.45   Luftschutz Abteilung (mot) 32
10.02.45-06.03.45   Reservelazarett Vechelade
07.03.45-07.05.45   Luftschutz Ersatz Abteilung 2

Pages 4 and 5  from Kaiser's Soldbuch.


Pages 16 and 17  from Kaiser's Soldbuch.

Rank:
00.00.39   Leutnant der Reserve
01.09.40   Oberleutnant
01.04.41   Hauptmann
01.12.44   Major
17.04.45   Oberstleutnant

Inside cover and page 1 from Kaiser's Soldbuch.

Awards:
00.00.00   Königreich Preußen Eiserne Kreuz 2. Klasse (WW1 Iron Cross 2nd Class)     
00.00.00   Königreich Preußen Eiserne Kreuz 1. Klasse (WW1 Iron Cross 1st Class)
00.00.33   Langemarck Kreuz (Langemarck Cross)
00.00.35   Ehrenkreuz für Frontkämpfer mit Schwertern
00.00.00
04.04.39   Treudienst-Ehrenzeichen im Silber (Civil Service Faithful Service Medal in Silver)
23.10.40   Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerten (War Merit Cross 2nd Class with Swords)
23.09.43   Krimschild (Crimea Shield)

Pages 22 and 23 from Kaiser's Soldbuch.

Under Construction
History:
1936
7 April 36
Germany - Weimar Republic - Nazi Germany: Langemarck Cross. Commemorative Cross issued to the
Veterans of the "Green Corps", the 26th Reserve Corps of Koln (233rd - 240th Reserve
Infantry Regiments and 51st, 52nd Foot Artillery Regiments). The medal was instituted in 1933
by Adolph Hitler - the new  at the time chancellor of Germany and leader of the NAZI party.
The Battle of Langemarck (a village in Flanders), on 21 Oct. 1914, was part of the First
Battle of Ypres (also called the First Battle of Flanders) and was later made into a myth
and glorified as the "sacrifice of the German youth ", as during the battle,
2000 students - all volunteers - lost their lives