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Generalleutnant Rudolf Holste

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Thomas123


17.7.05 02:53:58
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Hallo Leute,

Wer kann mir was genaueres zu Gen.Ltn. Holste sagen?

Für was hat er z.B. das RK und dann das Eichenlaub bekommen?

Ich möchte alles über diesen Mann wissen.

mfg Thomas:Smiley mit Danke-Schild

hec801


17.7.05 12:54:51
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Das hilft Dir sicher weiter:

Generalleutnant Rudolf Holste
Born: 09 Apr 1897 in Hessisch-Oldendorf
Died: 04 Dec 1970 in Baden-Baden
Promotions:
Unteroffizier (28 Feb 1915); Vizewachtmeister (10 May 1915); Leutnant der Reserve (18 Aug 1915); Leutnant (09 Oct 1917); Oberleutnant (31 Jul 1925); Hauptmann (01 Apr 1931); Major (01 Jan 1936); Oberstleutnant (01 Mar 1939); Oberst (01 Feb 1942); Generalmajor (15 Nov 1944); Generalleutnant (04 May 1945)
Career:
Entered Army Service (Reserves) (15 Aug 1914)
War Volunteer in the II. Replacement-Battalion of the 62nd Field-Artillery-Regiment (15 Aug 1914-24 Sep 1914)
In the Field with 1st Battery of the 62nd Field-Artillery-Regiment (24 Sep 1914-03 Jul 1915)
Reserve-Officer-Aspirant (28 Feb 1915)
Wounded, in Hospital (03 Jul 1915-01 Mar 1916)
Transferred to II. Replacement-Battalion of the 62nd Field-Artillery-Regiment (01 Mar 1916-05 Aug 1916)
In the Field with 1st Battery of the 62nd Field-Artillery-Regiment (05 Aug 1916-02 Aug 1917)
Detached as Observation-Officer to the Staff of I. Battalion of the 62nd Field-Artillery-Regiment (02 Aug 1917-27 Sep 1917)
Ordinance-Officer with the Staff of the 62nd Field-Artillery-Regiment (27 Sep 1917-09 Oct 1917)
Active-Officer (09 Oct 1917)
Leutnant in the 62nd Field-Artillery-Regiment (09 Oct 1917-12 Feb 1918)
Taken ill, in Hospital (12 Feb 1918-19 Apr 1918)
Ordinance-Officer with the Staff of the 62nd Field-Artillery-Regiment (19 Apr 1918-08 Jun 1918)
Regiments-Adjutant of the 62nd Field-Artillery-Regiment (08 Jun 1918-01 Jun 1919)
Adjutant of the Processing-Office of the 62nd Field-Artillery-Regiment (01 Jun 1919-09 Dec 1919)
Transferred into the 3rd Battery of the 10th Reichswehr-Artillery-Regiment (09 Dec 1919-01 Oct 1920)
Transferred to I. Battalion of the 7th Reichswehr-Artillery-Regiment (01 Oct 1920-01 Jan 1921)
Transferred into the 6th Artillery-Regiment (01 Jan 1921-10 Nov 1921)
Adjutant of IV. Battalion of the 6th Artillery-Regiment (10 Nov 1921-01 Oct 1923)
Detached as Readier to the Cavalry-School, Hannover (01 Oct 1923-01 Oct 1925)
Transferred to the Staff of the 6th Artillery-Regiment (01 Oct 1925-01 Oct 1930)
Regiments-Adjutant of the 6th Artillery-Regiment (01 Oct 1930-01 Dec 1933)
Transferred to the Staff of the Artillery-Leader of Cavalry-Regiment-Commander (01 Dec 1933-01 Oct 1934)
Adjutant of the Inspection of Cavalry (In 3) (01 Oct 1934-09 Jan 1915)
Transferred into Artillery-Regiment Allenstein (09 Jan 1935-15 Oct 1935)
Chief of 5th Battery of the 11th Artillery-Regiment (15 Oct 1935-01 Aug 1936)
Commander of II. Battalion of the 1st Artillery-Regiment (01 Aug 1936-01 Apr 1937)
Commander of the 1st Mounted Artillery-Battalion (01 Apr 1937-08 Dec 1939)
Commander of the 1st Artillery-Regiment (08 Dec 1939-11 Feb 1940)
Führer-Reseve OKH & Assigned with the Staff of the Replacement General-Command of IV. Army-Corps (11 Feb 1940-10 Mar 1941)
Commander of the 73rd Artillery-Regiment (10 Mar 1941-12 Apr 1942)
Commander of the Special-Purpose-Army-Cavalry-Command (with the 1st, 2nd & 3rd Army-Mounted-Regiments with the XXIII. Army-Corps under Army High Command 9) (12 Apr 1942-24 Jul 1942)
Führer-Reserve OKH (24 Jul 1942-16 Dec 1943)
At the same time, Delegated with the Leadership of the 14th Motorised-Infantry-Division (01 Jan 1943-15 May 1943)
Detached to the Command of the Eastern Legions (16 Dec 1943-23 Feb 1944)
Detached to Army-Group North for Use as a Battle-Group-Commander (23 Feb 1944-15 May 1944)
Führer-Reserve OKH (15 May 1944-15 Jul 1944)
Commander of the 4th Cavalry-Brigade (15 Jul 1944-28 Feb 1945)
Commander of the 4th Cavalry-Division (28 Feb 1945-24 Mar 1945)
Delegated with the Leadership of XXXXI. Panzer-Korps (20 Apr 1945-27 Apr 1945)
SS-Obergruppenführer und General der Waffen-SS Felix Steiner disobeys Führer-Command to Attack with his Army-Group towards Berlin. Hitler gave Command to replace Steiner with Generalleutnant Holste. Steiner disobeys Order again, Generalleutnant Holste then left Command. (27 Apr 1945-08 May 1945)
In Captivity (08 May 1945-1947)
Released (1947)

Awards & Decorations:
Ritterkreuz des Eisernen Kreuzes (06 Apr 1942)
Eichenlaub zum Ritterkreuz (27 Aug 1944, 561st recipient)
Deutsches Kreuz in Gold (24 Dec 1941)



Gruss

Hannes

Thomas123


17.7.05 21:17:10
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Hallo Hannes,

ist ja ne prompte Bedienung, danke.

Ohje, ich und mein englisch ;(

Da muss ich wieder das Wörterbuch bluten lassen.

Gruß Thomas

hec801


17.7.05 22:32:38
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Nimm das hier:

Leo

Ist wirklich gut!!!

Gruss

Hannes

bakerman


2.8.05 16:28:42
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Ritterkreuz 6.4.42 für die Erfolge als Oberst und Kommandeur des Pz.AR 73 (1.Panzerdivision) im Winter 1941/42 im Raum Rshew;
561.Eichenlaub am 27.8.44 als Oberst und Führer 4.Kavalleriebrigade, die als Eingreifreserve der Heeresgruppe Mitte im Juli 1944 im Raum Bialystok in unwegsamsten Gebiet zu Erfolgen kam.
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