- Fütterer, Herbert Kuno
General der Flieger. Kommandeur Luftwaffe Hongaria.
- 02-04-1894, Hettstedt. District Mansfeld.
- 24-08-1963, age 69, Munich.
München, Nordfriedhof. Grab M-re-Grab 321/322.
Fütterer, Herbert Kuno
Herbert Fütterer, born 02-04-1894 in Hettstedt, District Mansfeld, joined the Army on 22-03-1914 as a Lieutenant in the 4th Westfälisches Infanterie-Regiment "Graf Barfuß" Nr. 17. He succeeded for his pilot training in 1915 became an observer and was wounded in 1917. Fütterer received both the Iron Crosses and retained in the new Reichswehr in between the both wars. He became Luftwaffenattaché on the German Ambassade in Budapest in Hungary and was promoted on 01-01-1939 to Oberst. With the outbreak of World War II he remained in Hungary and became a Major General on 01-11-1941. On 01-11-1943 as a Lieutenant General, he was assigned as General of the Luftwaffe (see Hermann Goering) (did you know) in Hungary. Half December 1944 he was assigned as Commanding General of the new Luftgau-Kommando XV and responsibly for the Protektorat Böhmen und Mähren. In January 1945 he lost his command to General der Flieger Alfred Bülowius, he died age 76, on 09-08-1968 and landed in the Führer Reserve OKL (see Adolf Hitler) (did you know), until 20-04-1945. On 20-04-1945 he was promoted to General of the Flieger and transferred to the Air Fleet 6. Fütterer was in Allied captivity until spring of 1947. Living in Munich, Fütterer at the age of 69, died, on 24-08-1969 and is buried with his wife Marieliese, born Voss, who died old age 89 on 26-06-1988, on the Nordfriedhof of Munich close to the WWII Generals Hermann Böhme (see Böhme), Erich Freiherr von Botzheim (see Botzheim), Heinrich Hoffmann (see Hoffmann), Hitler’s photographer and his daughter Henriette Schirach-Hoffmann (see Henriette) and (Baldur), Bernd Freytag von Loringhoven (see Freytag), Dr. Gustav von Kahr (see Kahr) President of the Bavarian court in 1923 during the Putz and some further the secretary of Hitler Traudl Junge (see Junge) and husband (see Hans) , Hitler's former adjutant Max Wünsche (see Wünsche), Hitler's driver and founder of the SS, Emil Maurice (see Maurice), Hitler's doctor Ludwig Stumpfegger (see Stumpfegger) and Generaloberst of the Mountain Troops, Eduard Dietel (see Dietl),