Hartog, Hubert, born 28-08-1892 in Szittkehmen, East Prussia, age 18, entered the Emperial Army, as a Fähnrich in the 45th Infantry Regiment on, 14-03-1911, With the outbreak of World War I he is Platoon leader of the 163rd Infantry Regiment. He starts a pilot training and detached to the Flying Firing School in Asch, at the same time detached to the Weapons Master School, in Döberitz. He ends the war unhurt and retired on 30-09-1920 and joined the Police Service. He is transferred to the Luftwaffe Service again as leader of Air Office Frankurt am Main in 1935. With the beginning of World War II he is the commander of the 23rd Flying Supplement Battalion of Hermann Goering (did you know) Luftwaffe. Hartog is in succession Airport Area Commander of Fürstewald, Döberitz, Brussel, Belgium and Laon in France, to 19-04-1941. Commander of Special Purposes Air Region Staff 21, to 31-05-1942. Hartog was Airport Area Commander IIVI, Laon, before he landed in the Führer Reserve OKL (see Adolf Hitler) (did you know), from 24-10-1944 until 28-02-1945. Hartog was retired on 28-02-1945 and wasn’t in captivity.
Death and burial ground of Hartog, Hubert.
Retiring in Hanover, he died at the age of 79, on 04-04-1972 and is buried with his wife Else, who died age 87, on 04-06-1987, on the Cemetery Engeshode in Hanover, between many other WWII Generalmajor der Infanterie, Waffen Inspector XVIII, Hannover, Erwin Becké , SS Oberführer, Kommandeur 19th Waffen SS Grenadier Division , Friedrich Bock, Generalleutnant der Artillerie, Higher Artillery Commander 315, Walter Büchs Generalmajor der Infanterie, Kommandeur 276th Volks Grenadier Division , Hugo Dempwolff, Generalleutnant der Infanterie, Kommandeur Headquarters of the OKH, Walter Gündell, SS Oberführer, Kommandeur 19th Waffen SS Grenadier Division, Friedrich Bock and SS Gruppenführer, Hans Wappenhaus. Hanover a popular place for Generals.