SOME OF THE PRISONERS HELD AT
DATE: 2nd May 45
OF BIRTH: 13
PLACE OF BIRTH: Trebschen Kr. Zuellic
OF DEATH: Unknown
PLACE OF DEATH: Unknown
("believer in God")
OCCUPATION: National Labour
NEXT OF KIN: Irmgard
Eisenbeck, Tackenberg (British Zone)
Commands & Assignments
- 1914: Entered Army service in Infanterie-Regiment von Voigts-Rhetz
(3. Hannoversches) Nr. 79.
- Early 1915: Transferred to Reserve Infantry Regiment
- May 1915: Transferred to Reserve Infantry Regiment
- 30 August 1915-December 1919: Commissioned a Leutnant
and served as Platoon and Company Leader, Adjutant and Aerial Liaison
Officer; captured at an unknown date; prisoner of war in British captivity
until repatriated in December 1919.
- Post-World War I: Served in the Sturmabteilung
(SA) – the “Brown Shirts.”
- 15 August 1932: Appointed Gauarbeiter for the Volunteer Labour Service (FAD) in Gau Ostmark, later
designated Labor District VIII (East Brandenburg).
July 1933: Gauarbeitsführer.
Commander of Labour District I (East Prussia).
1948: Prisoner of war in British captivity.
- 9 January 1946 transferred to Island Farm Special Camp 11 from Camp
- 12 May 1948 transferred to Camp 186 for repatriation
Decorations & Awards (included):
- Knight’s Cross of the War Merit Cross with Swords:
2 February 1945, RAD-Obergeneralarbeitsführer, Commander of Labour District
I (East Prussia).
- Prussian Iron Cross, 1st Class (1914)
- Prussian Iron Cross, 2nd Class (1914)
- War Merit Cross, 1st Class with Swords
- War Merit Cross, 2nd Class with Swords
- Cross of Honor for Combatants 1914-1918
- Wound Badge in Silver – World War I award
See the Third Reich Fact Book website by Marcus Wendel for
the history of the Reichsarbeitsdienst (RAD):