Edgar Grun, born 06-09-1876 in Dastoff, Baden, entered the Army Service, on 14-02-1895, age 19, as a Fähnrich in the 58th Infantry Regiment. He was in the fields of the first war and ended as Company Chief, Battalion leader and adjutant in the XXXIX Replacement Corps. Grun retired on 15-06-1921, reactivated in the Army again on 01-10-1933, as a Territorial Officer and Supplemental Officer until 05-03-1935. Until the outbreak of World War II he was Commander of Military Command Naumburg, Saale, but retired on 31-08-1939, one day before the war. He was placed to disposal of the Army. Grun was assigned as commander of Military Command Halle, Saale, until 01-07-1942. He then landed in the infamous Führer Reserve (see Adolf Hitler) (did you know), until 31-08-1942 and not useful and too old, age 66, for Hitler’s (see Hitler Paula) war fare retired. Living in Garmisch Partenkirchen, Bavaria, Edgar Grun died at the old age of 86, on 06-11-1962 and is buried with his wife Isabella, born Thomas, who died age 73, on 11-07-1961, on the Stadfriedhof of Garmisch, only steps of the graves of the WWII Generals, Wilhelm Fahrmbacher (see Fahrmbacher), Christian Hansen (see Hansen), Eduard Hauser (see Hauser), Iwan von Ilsemann (see Ilsenmann), Otto Lancelle (see Lancelle), Victor von Lossberg (see von Lossberg), Theodor Triendl (see Triendl), Wilhelm Voelk (see Voelk), Wilhelm Wimmer (see Wimmer) and Admiral Hermann Densch (see Densch).