SOME OF THE PRISONERS HELD AT
Dr. jur. Adolf Möller (Navy Civil Servant)
PW NO: 560398
DATE OF BIRTH: 10 May 1897
PLACE OF BIRTH: Straubing
DATE OF DEATH: 11 November 1983
PLACE OF DEATH: Bonn
OCCUPATION: Navy Civil Servant
NEXT OF KIN:
Sophie Moeller, Ellens ueber Varel I Oldenbg
in the Army: 6 January 1916
17 July 1917 (Patent 15 November 1915)
als Oberleutnant: 15 February 1921
21 November 1925
1 May 1927
1 August 1934
1 November 1936
20 April 1942 (with effect from 1 April 1942)
to Admiralintendant: 1 May 1944 (On this date, the branch of “Offiziere des
Truppensonderdienstes” or “Officers in Special Troop Service” was created
for military judges and civil servants who performed genuinely military duties,
their rank designations were changed to titles including the words “General”
or “Admiral” to make this apparent.)
January 1916: Entered Army service as a Fahnenjunker and served in the infantry
during World War I.
January 1920: Separated from the Army with the rank of Leutnant.
March 1920-1 May 1920: Timed Volunteer service.
November 1925: Entered the Navy as Civil Servant with the rank of Marineintendanturassessor.
November 1925-25 February 1926: In the Baltic Sea Navy Intendancy.
February1926-30 April 1934: Department Board in the Administration Department
of the Wilhelmshaven Naval Shipyard.
May 1934-11 January 1936: Consultant in the Department of Shipyard Administration
Affairs of the General Navy Office/Navy Command.
January 1936-31 December 1938: Consultant in the Department of Shipyard Administration
Affairs of the General Navy Office/Navy High Command.
January 1939-31 October 1939: Chief of the Department of Administration Affairs
(BB V) in the General Navy Office/Navy
November 1939-31 March 1943: Chief of the Department of Shipyard and Arsenal
Administration (KV V) in the Shipyard
Office Group, Navy High Command/Warship Construction Main Office.
April 1943-18 August 1943: Chief of the Department of Shipyard and Arsenal
Administration (KV V) in the Military
Office Group of Warship Construction and Shipyards/ Navy High Command/Warship
Construction Main Office.
July 1944-20 April 1945: Chief of the Personnel and Pay Department (C I) in
the Navy Administration Office/Navy High Command.
April 1945-July 1945: Chief Intendant on the staff of the Armed Forces Commander
of Norway (General der Gebirgstruppe Franz Böhme).
November 1945-May 1948: Prisoner of war in British captivity.
- 9th January 1946 transferred to Island Farm Special Camp 11 from Camp
- 12th May 1948 transferred to Camp 186 for repatriation
Iron Cross, 1st Class (1914)
Iron Cross, 2nd Class (1914)
of Honor for Combatants 1914-1918
NOTE: Möller’s World War II decorations,
if any, are not known. However, he was not a recipient of any high decorations
such as the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross, Knight's Cross of the War Merit
Cross with Swords, or the German Cross in Gold/Silver.