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✠ Walter Brandt (24 March 1917 – 18 January 1977)

✠ Walter Brandt (24 March 1917 – 18 January 1977)

✠ Heinz Knoke (24 March 1921 – 18 May 1993)

✠ Heinz Knoke (24 March 1921 – 18 May 1993)

✠ Hans Ekkehard Bob (24 January 1917 – 12 August 2013)

✠ Hans Ekkehard Bob (24 January 1917 – 12 August 2013)

Walter Model and Generalmajor Oskar Eckholt (Kommandeur 291.Infanterie-Division) which is a winner of the Knight (9 April 1943), the Deutsches Kreuz in Gold (18 May 1942) and Ehrenblattspange des Heeres (January 26, 1943).

Walter Model and Generalmajor Oskar Eckholt (Kommandeur 291.Infanterie-Division) which is a winner of the Knight (9 April 1943), the Deutsches Kreuz in Gold (18 May 1942) and Ehrenblattspange des Heeres (January 26, 1943).

✠ Friedrich Körner (24 January 1921 – 3 September 1998)

✠ Friedrich Körner (24 January 1921 – 3 September 1998)

✠ Alfred Rauch (29 December 1917 - 25 March 1991)

✠ Alfred Rauch (29 December 1917 - 25 March 1991)

✠ Werner Mölders (18 March 1913 – 22 November 1941) He was traveling in a plane which encountered a heavy thunderstorm and crashed when landing.

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✠ Werner Mölders (18 March 1913 – 22 November 1941) He was traveling in a plane which encountered a heavy thunderstorm and crashed when landing.

World War One German Aviator Lt. Walter Von Bulow by San Diego Air & Space Museum Archives, via Flickr

World War One German Aviator Lt. Walter Von Bulow by San Diego Air & Space Museum Archives, via Flickr

Johann "Hans" Theodor von Ravenstein (1 January 1889 – 26 March 1962) was a German officer in the armed forces and held the final rank of Generalleutnant. He fought in the First and Second World Wars and was taken prisoner by New Zealanders at Point 175 during the Second World War. After his return to Germany in 1948 he was active in Duisburg as a director of traffic.

Johann "Hans" Theodor von Ravenstein (1 January 1889 – 26 March 1962) was a German officer in the armed forces and held the final rank of Generalleutnant. He fought in the First and Second World Wars and was taken prisoner by New Zealanders at Point 175 during the Second World War. After his return to Germany in 1948 he was active in Duisburg as a director of traffic.

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