Ebeling, Fritz, born on 28-04-1887 in Stettin, joined the Army Service as a Fähnrich in the 78th Infantry Regiment, age 20, on 18-10-1907. As a Platoon leader he soon was wounded in hospital during the first war in France, from 22-08-1914 to 22-08-1914. He was wounded two times again and also in hospital for gas poisoning on 20-01-1917. He landed in French captivity on 30-09-1918 and was released on 14-02-1920. He was allowed in the new 100.000 men Reichswehr and with the outbreak of World War II he was commander of the 71st Infantry Replacement Regiment. Ebeling was officer with Special Duties with the command in Chief of the Army, until 30-07-1940 and landed in the Führer Reserve (see Adolf Hitler) (did you know). Promoted to Generalmajor on 01-06-1941, he was reassigned to the active military officers and commander of the Wehrbezirks Command Potsdam I. He was commander of Military District Potsdam, to 10-05-1943. Again in the Reserve and at the same time detached to the Wehrmacht Commander Ukraine, until 15-08-1943. He was following Commander of Field Command 1021 and Military Command 1016, to 08-05-1945 and then in Allied captivity to 31-07-1946.
Death and burial ground of Ebeling, Fritz.
After the war Ebeling lived in Bad Homburg, where he at the old age of 82 died, on 27-01-1970 and is buried with his wife Ilse, born Diltwey, on the Waldfriedhof of Bad Homburg, only steps from the graves of WWII Generalleutnant der Flakartillerie, Kommandeur 19th Flak Division, Gotthard Frantz
and General der Infanterie, Präsident des Reichkriegsgerichts, Kommandeur 208th Infantrie Division, Hans Karl von Scheele.
On the Waldfriedhof are also buried Dr. Günther Quandt and Harold Quandt, Günther former husband and their son with Mrs Magda Goebbels (see Günther Quandt) and (Harald)
(did you know).