Paul Haehling from Lanzenauer
Paul Alois Octavian Hubertus Maria Haehling von Lanzenauer (born February 28, 1896 in Charlottenburg , † February 8, 1943 in Schömberg ) was a German officer , most recently major general in World War II .
He came from the noble Haehling von Lanzenauer family and served as an officer during the First World War from 1915 in the 1st Baden Leib Grenadier Regiment No. 109 . Most recently he was first lieutenant and had received the Order of the Zähringer Lion and the Wound Badge for his services in addition to both classes of the Iron Cross . After the end of the war he became a police officer in Karlsruhe and in 1924 was a (police) captain in the Baden Ministry of the Interior as an adjutant to police chief Erich Blankenhorn.
In 1934 Lanzenauer joined the Reichswehr, took part in the Second World War and was most recently major general in the Wehrmacht . From November 30, 1940 until his death, he was in command of the Brandenburg teaching regiment as a lieutenant colonel . On his 46th birthday in 1942, he was now a colonel , his staff gave him a picture album as a gift, which has been preserved and kept in the Federal Archives . Two weeks before his 47th birthday, on February 8, 1943, he died of illness in a hospital in Schömberg.
He was the bearer of the Commander's Cross with Swords of the Order of the Crown of Romania (Coroana României), the clasp for the Iron Cross I and II. His estate consists of personal documents, in particular on his military career, including a necrology and is partly in the military archive in Freiburg , a branch of the Federal Archives , and on the other hand in the General State Archives Karlsruhe (N / Haehling von Lanzenauer).
The lawyer and author Reiner Haehling von Lanzenauer , senior senior public prosecutor a. D., is his son.
- Paul Haehling von Lanzenauer, major general, 1896-1943 . In: Fred L. Sepaintner (Ed.): Badische Biographien . New series, volume 5. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart 2005, ISBN 978-3-17-018976-8 , pp. 119–121.
- Reiner Haehling von Lanzenauer: Dark night, broad daylight, memories from the 20th century . Karlsruhe 1996.
- Federal Archives MSg 1/3360 and 3361: Major General Paul Haehling von Lanzenauer: Personal papers (copies): Vol. 1: 1896–1943
- Bundesarchiv MSg 1/3363: Major General Paul Haehling von Lanzenauer: 2 picture books from the staff / teaching regiment Brandenburg z. b. V. 800 (hand painted)
- Generallandesarchiv Karlsruhe, N / Haehling von Lanzenauer
- Illustration: b / w photograph from "Die Generale des Heeres 1921–1945", Volume 5 (Ha-Hi), Osnabrück (Biblio-Verlag) 1999
- Genealogisches Handbuch des Adels , Adelslexikon Volume V, Volume 84 of the complete series, CA Starke Verlag, Limburg (Lahn) 1984, p. 177
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|SURNAME||Haehling von Lanzenauer, Paul|
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Haehling von Lanzenauer, Paul Alois Oktavian Hubertus Maria (full name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German officer, most recently major general in World War II, police officer|
|DATE OF BIRTH||February 28, 1896|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Charlottenburg|
|DATE OF DEATH||February 8, 1943|
|Place of death||Schömberg (District of Calw)|