Corps Hasso-Borussia Freiburg
The Corps Hasso-Borussia Freiburg is an obligatory and colored student association in the Kösener Seniors Convents Association (KSCV). The Corps brings together students and alumni from the Albert Ludwig University and other Freiburg universities. The corps members are called Hessen-Prussia - in the jargon "HaBos".
Inactive foreign corps studying in Freiburg came together in the summer semester of 1874 under the leadership of Baron Schott von Schottenstein Bremensiae, Sueviae Tübingen, Rhenaniae Strasbourg to form a corps student inactive association in the Storchen am Schwabentor. Even then they called themselves Hasso-Borussen and wanted to found a new corps in Freiburg im Breisgau . Most of them were Hessians , whose larger fatherland had become the Kingdom of Prussia after the establishment of the German Empire . Donated to the Roman Emperor on June 12, 1876 , the new Corps Hasso-Borussia was reciprocated on June 20, 1876 in the Freiburg Seniors' Convention .
It was suspended by the university from June 13 to August 16, 1888 due to a physical conflict. Hasso-Borussia reconstituted at the beginning of the winter semester 1888/89. When the university again suspended the corps on June 19, 1896, the replacement corps Saxonia had been donated two days earlier. It had the colors blue-white-black on a silver percussion and carried the motto Nunquam retrorsum ! The suspension ended on February 20, 1897. With the Corps Rhenania Freiburg and the Corps Suevia Freiburg , Hasso-Borussia was suspended by the university on July 16, 1913 because they had usurped the jurisdiction over a private lecturer . The old gentlemen's convents took over the functions of the corps boys ' convents . The suspension ended on November 18, 1913 by mercy .
During the National Socialist era , the Corps suspended on November 1, 1935. It reconstituted on January 10, 1936 and suspended again on June 19, 1936. From April 1939 to the winter semester of 1944/45, old men of the Corps looked after the Comradeship VIII with its final name "Reinhold Beyl", who initially had her domicile on the Hasso-Borussia house. During the Second World War , Hasso-Borussia lost 43 corps brothers.
The old gentlemen's association was reactivated in June 1950. The members reconstituted in the 1950 summer semester as the " Tischgemeinschaft Junge Hessen-Prußen" and took part in the reconstitution of the KSCV. Since June 9, 1951, the federal government has been using the name Corps Hasso-Borussia again.
In 1886 Hasso-Borussia was the presiding suburb corps . The Zurich suburb spokesman (1881) was also Hesse-Prussia. As the penultimate in Würzburg, the suburban handover commers was headed by Hasso-Borussia as presiding SC Corps in 1991. Gerhard Kurt Hentsch gave the Kommers speech .
The Corps maintains official relationships with the Corps Albertina, Rhenania Würzburg and Teutonia Gießen . The relationships with Guestphalia Halle (Kartell), Borussia Breslau (friends) and Franconia-Jena (conceptual relationship) were broken or dissolved . The relations with Suevia Tübingen and Rhenania Strasbourg are never broken, but no longer official , because the two corps no longer belong to the KSCV.
In alphabetic order
- Hans Baare (1887–1932), manager of the steel industry
- Emil Belzer (1860–1930), District President in Sigmaringen
- Herbert von Berenberg-Goßler (1883–1918), anatomist in Freiburg
- Hans Böker (1886–1939), anatomist and zoologist
- August Bostroem (1886–1944), neurologist and psychiatrist
- Julius von Braun (1868–1931), District Administrator of the Gerdauen district
- Percy Brigl (1885–1945), university professor for agricultural chemistry in Hohenheim
- Bruno Bruhn (1872–1958), industrial manager
- Kurt Daniel (1899–1984), ministerial official
- Georg Deycke (1865–1938), internist
- Harald Dickertmann (1909–1994), federal judge
- Arnold Diestel (1857–1924), Presiding Mayor of Hamburg
- Hans von Ditfurth (1862–1917), District Administrator of the Grafschaft Schaumburg district, member of the Provincial Parliament of Westphalia, MdHdA, Chairman of the oKC 1886
- Hermann Fellinger (1884–1957), Reich Commissioner, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Didier-Werke and Karstadt AG
- Richard Forstmann (1877–1951), mountain assessor, first head of the main office for mine rescue in Essen
- Julius Fressel (1857–1947), obstetrician in Hamburg
- Otto Gerlach (1894–1963), bank lawyer, genealogist, publisher of the Kösener corps lists 1930 and 1960
- Horst Geyer (1907–1958), neurologist and psychiatrist
- Daniel Graewe (* 1978), lawyer
- Jürgen Großmann (* 1952), CEO of RWE
- Werner Hartenstein (1908–1943), submarine commander, holder of the Knight's Cross
- Karl Hennecke (1886–1933), manager of the coal and steel industry
- Wilhelm Hölling (1880–1953), business lawyer in mining
- Theobald Keyser (1901–1984), Oberbergrat, General Manager of the Mining Trade Association and the Ruhr Mining Association
- Karl von Korff (1867–1956), anatomist in Kiel, Tübingen and Argentina
- Theodor Kramer (1876–1921), district administrator in East Prussia and Pomerania
- Paul Kratz (1878–1939), mining assessor, board member of the Essen coal mines
- Paul von Krause (1882–1946), district administrator of the Querfurt district
- Hubert Krier (1905–1994), banker and diplomat, ambassador to Paraguay
- Hans Kühl (1879–1969), pioneer of cement chemistry and building material technology
- Hans Heinrich Kühl (1907–1974), District Administrator in Schleswig
- Wilhelm von Kuhlmann (1879–1937), envoy to Central America and Ireland
- Wolf-Dietrich Leers (1927–1986), infectiologist and insurance doctor, university professor in Toronto
- Adolf Lehne (1856–1930), textile chemist
- Kurt von Lettow-Vorbeck (1879–1960), district administrator in Cochem and Prenzlau
- Klaus von Loos (1862–1919), District Administrator of the Saatzig District, member of the Provincial Parliament of Pomerania, MdHdA
- Paul Marx (1888–1952), owner of the Barmer Bankverein, board member and chairman of the supervisory board of Commerzbank
- Edwin Mayer-Homberg (1881–1920), legal scholar, full professor in Gießen and Marburg
- Wilhelm Momm (1865–1935), district president in Trier, Wiesbaden and Potsdam
- Karl Georg Negenborn (1863–1925), Director of the Upper Insurance Office and the Military Supply Court in Liegnitz, member of the Prussian State Assembly and the Prussian State Parliament, MdHdA
- Jules Eberhard Noltenius (1908–1976), 2nd Mayor of Bremen
- Christian Ohrloff (* 1944), ophthalmologist
- Max Pagenstecher (1874–1957), legal scholar
- Adolf Pauli (1860–1947), envoy
- Arnold Paulssen (1864–1942), lawyer and politician (German Democratic Party)
- Hans Constantin Paulssen (1892–1984), industrialist, President of the Confederation of German Employers' Associations (BDA)
- Heinrich Rabeling (1890–1956), National Socialist, Lord Mayor of Oldenburg
- Heinrich Refardt (1892–1968), Police President in Duisburg-Hamborn, District President in Aurich and Frankfurt (Oder)
- Max Rosenthal
- Werner Rotter
- Theodor Rumpf (1851–1934), internist, infectiologist and neurologist
- Albrecht Schackow (1907–1994), honorary member of the Compagnie der Schwarzhäupter zu Riga
- Paul Schäfer (1881–1962), gynecologist
- Friedrich Scheck (1879–1924), District Administrator in Neumark
- Ernst Schliewen (1867–1945), Reich judge
- Hans Schmidt-Horix (1909–1970), ambassador
- Gerhard Schoeller (1886–1970), Osnabrück paper manufacturer
- Hans-Christoph Seebohm (1903–1967), Federal Minister of Transport (1949–1966), IdC
- Kurt Seebohm (1870–1946), coal and steel industrialist
- Richard Seebohm (1871–1945), District Administrator in Stadthagen
- Eugen Simon (1880–1941), District Administrator in Gumbinnen
- Ernst Springer (1862–1933), District Administrator of the Oldenburg district in Holstein
- Otto Hermann Steche (1879–1945), physician and zoologist
- Gerhard Stumme (District Administrator)
- Walter Teller (1928–1999), pediatrician
- Karl Tettenborn (1858–1938), Lord Mayor of Altona, MdHH
- Hans Hermann Völckers (1886–1977), diplomat
- Thilo von Werthern-Michels (1878–1962), District Administrator
- Kurt Wiechert (1880–1934), district administrator in the Angerburg district
Holder of the Klinggräff Medal
- Karsten Sassenscheid (1997)
- Matthias Fuchs (2011)
- Ingo Berner (2017)
- Goetz Kempelmann (2018)
- Alexander Schramm (2020)
- Alt-Herren-Verband (Hrsg.): Corps Hasso-Borussia - 100th anniversary celebration . 1976.
- Paulgerhard Gladen : The Kösener and Weinheimer Corps. Their representation in individual chronicles . WJK-Verlag, Hilden 2007, ISBN 978-3-933892-24-9 , p. 80 f.
- Martin Dossmann : Freiburg's beauty laughs at us again ... - The student associations in Freiburg im Breisgau , WJK-Verlag, Hilden 2017, ISBN 978-3-944052-99-1 .
- Ernst Hans Eberhard : Handbook of the student liaison system. Leipzig, 1924/25, p. 42.
- P. Gladen, 2007
- Erich Bauer: The comradeships in the area of the Kösener SC in the years 1937-1945 . In: then and now. Yearbook of the Association for Corporate Student History Research 1 (1956), p. 23.
- Hentsch was head of central human resources and chairman of the general works council of Audi AG, compare the information in the catalog of the German National Library
- List of the award winners on the homepage of the Stifterverein Alter Corpsstudenten e. V.