SOME OF THE PRISONERS HELD AT
PW NO: 560342
CAPTURED: Gadeburg, Germany
DATE: 2 May 1945
DATE OF BIRTH: 27
PLACE OF BIRTH: Stedten bei
DATE OF DEATH:
PLACE OF DEATH:
OCCUPATION: Regular Soldier
COLOUR: Grey blue
NEXT OF KIN: Erika
Schubert, Neumuenster. Holstein. (British Zone)
Rudolf Franz and Olga (née Vehrigs) Schubert.
Wife: Married Erica
Schulze-Sander on 16 December 1919.
15 March 1910
16 November 1910
18 August 1911 (Patent 20 August 1909)
18 August 1915
18 August 1918
1 October 1931
1 October 1934
1 April 1937
1 April 1941
1 April 1943
March 1910: Entered the Army as a Fahnenjunker in Telegraph Battalion 1,
Leader of the Light Radio Station of the 3rd Cavalry Division; Commander of Radio Operator Command 17; Commander of Radio Operator
Command 51; Commander of Army Radio Operator Command 3; Divisional Signals
Commander of the 24th Reserve Division.
1918: Leader of the Radio Operator Detachment of Volunteer
Brigade 127 on border defense.
October 1919: Transferred to Reichswehr Signals Battalion 5.
October 1920: Chief of the 2nd Company of the 3rd (Prussian) Signals Battalion
at Potsdam upon the formation of the new Reichsheer
from the Übergangsheer or Transitional Army.
October 1923: Transferred to the staff of the Inspectorate of Signals Troops
(In 7) in the Reich Defense Ministry.
February 1925: Staff Officer for Signals Troops on the staff of the 2nd Cavalry
April 1931: Transferred to the staff of the 5th Signals Battalion, Stuttgart-Cannstatt.
April 1934: Commander of the Signals Demonstration and Testing Battalion.
October 1935: Commander of Signals Troops I.
April 1938: Commander of Signals Troops XVII.
September 1939: Commander of Army Signals Regiment 521 of the 14th Army.
September 1939: Army Signals Leader of the 12th Army.
March 1942: Commander of the Army Signals School.
1942-5 July 1944: Higher Signals Leader of Army Group A/B on the Eastern Front.
July 1944: Transferred to the Army High Command Leader Reserve.
May 1945-17 May 1948: Prisoner of war in British captivity.
- 9th January 1946
transferred to Island Farm Special Camp 11 from Camp 1
- 12th May 1948
transferred to Camp 186 for repatriation.
Cross in Silver: 26 January 1943, Generalleutnant, Higher Signals Leader of
Army Group A.
Iron Cross, 1st Class (1914) with 1939 Bar
Iron Cross, 2nd Class (1914) with 1939 Bar
Merit Cross, 1st Class with Swords
Merit Cross, 2nd Class with Swords
Albert Order, Knight 2nd Class with Swords
Ducal House Order, Knight 2nd Class with Swords
of Honor for Combatants 1914-1918
Forces Long Service Award, 1st Class (25-year Service Cross)
Forces Long Service Award, 3rd Class (12-year Service Medal)
Military Merit Cross, 3rd Class with War Decoration