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✠ Erich Friedrich (July 15th, 1914 - October 1st, 1983) RK 02.09.1944 Oberfeldwebel KpTruppführer 1./Pz.Gren.Rgt 33 4. Panzer-Division NKiG: 26.08.1944, Oberfeldwebel, Zugführer i. d. 1./Pz.Gren.Rgt. 33 4. Panzer-Division

✠ Erich Friedrich (July 15th, 1914 - October 1st, 1983) RK 02.09.1944 Oberfeldwebel KpTruppführer 1./Pz.Gren.Rgt 33 4. Panzer-Division NKiG: 26.08.1944, Oberfeldwebel, Zugführer i. d. 1./Pz.Gren.Rgt. 33 4. Panzer-Division

✠ Johann "Hans" Schlemmer (18.01.1893 - 26.06.1973) RK 21.04.1942 Generalmajor Kdr 134. Inf.Div [369. EL] 18.01.1944 Generalleutnant Kdr 134. Inf.Div

✠ Johann "Hans" Schlemmer (18.01.1893 - 26.06.1973) RK 21.04.1942 Generalmajor Kdr 134. Inf.Div [369. EL] 18.01.1944 Generalleutnant Kdr 134. Inf.Div

Knight of the Mannerheim Cross, Staff Sergeant Mikko Pöllä.

Knight of the Mannerheim Cross, Staff Sergeant Mikko Pöllä.

Captain Lieutenant Jouko Pirhonen (1915-1996). Mikkeli, Finland. 19.12.1943. Served in Finnish Navy 1934-1974. During his wartime service he mostly commanded minelayers and motor torpedo boats, but also served as company commander in Battalion Aaltonen (infantry unit created of navy personnel) which took part in the Battle of Vyborg Bay at the end of the Winter War.

Captain Lieutenant Jouko Pirhonen (1915-1996). Mikkeli, Finland. 19.12.1943. Served in Finnish Navy 1934-1974. During his wartime service he mostly commanded minelayers and motor torpedo boats, but also served as company commander in Battalion Aaltonen (infantry unit created of navy personnel) which took part in the Battle of Vyborg Bay at the end of the Winter War.

Admiral Hipper

Admiral Hipper

Prince Wilhelm of Prussia (4 July 1906--26 May 1940), 1st child of Crown Prince Friedrich Wilhelm of Prussia, eldest son of the Kaiser. Like many German royals Wilhelm supported Hitler and served the Third Reich. He was killed in action in France in the early days of WWII, leaving behind a wife and 2 young daughters. (I may be going out of order here; like I said, keeping up with all of QV's descendants is a big job!)

Prince Wilhelm of Prussia (4 July 1906--26 May 1940), 1st child of Crown Prince Friedrich Wilhelm of Prussia, eldest son of the Kaiser. Like many German royals Wilhelm supported Hitler and served the Third Reich. He was killed in action in France in the early days of WWII, leaving behind a wife and 2 young daughters. (I may be going out of order here; like I said, keeping up with all of QV's descendants is a big job!)

Hitler sacks his Chief of Staff Franz Halder. A portrait of Franz Halder from 1938. He came from a traditional Prussian military background and stood apart from the Nazis. As Chief of the Army General Staff Franz Halder, far right, had been at the side of Hitler during the planning of all the Wehrmacht operations until 1942.

Hitler sacks his Chief of Staff Franz Halder. A portrait of Franz Halder from 1938. He came from a traditional Prussian military background and stood apart from the Nazis. As Chief of the Army General Staff Franz Halder, far right, had been at the side of Hitler during the planning of all the Wehrmacht operations until 1942.

Nikolaus von Falkenhorst was a German General in WW2. He planned and commanded the German invasion of Denmark and Norway in 1940, and was commander of German troops in the Arctic from 1941 to 1944. After the war, he was imprisoned until 1953, although originally sentenced to death, and passed away in 1968.

Nikolaus von Falkenhorst was a German General in WW2. He planned and commanded the German invasion of Denmark and Norway in 1940, and was commander of German troops in the Arctic from 1941 to 1944. After the war, he was imprisoned until 1953, although originally sentenced to death, and passed away in 1968.

General der Infanterie Hans Krebs (1898-1945), Chief des Generalstabes des Heeresgruppe "B", Ritterkreuz 26.03.1944, Eichenlaub (749) 20.02.1945

General der Infanterie Hans Krebs (1898-1945), Chief des Generalstabes des Heeresgruppe "B", Ritterkreuz 26.03.1944, Eichenlaub (749) 20.02.1945