Haselmayr, Friedrich, born 11-04-1879 in Kirchenlaibach, Bayreuth, a son of an official, entered the Army after leaving school in Passau. He served as cadet in the Bavarian Army, until l902 and went to the War Akademy from 1907 to 1910. Haselmayr was involved in World War I as a Troop leader and later as General Staff Officer. He was allowed in the new Reichswehr, but still joined the Hitler Putz in 1923 (see Adolf Hitler) (did you know).
Later under Nazi rules, Hitler awarded him with the Blutorden of the NSDAP, a special “Putz Remembrance Medal“, for old comrades, a late reward. He was retired from the Army in January 1928, because of his Putz sympathie, by the Generaloberst der Infanterie, Wilhelm Adam and Generaloberst der Infanterie, Wilhelm Heye in January 1928. He left the Army as an Oberst and went to college on the Universaty of Munich. He joined the NSDAP in 1932 and was assigned as high manager of the Wehrpolitische Office of the Nazi Party. As member of the SA, commander Ernst Röhm he reached he rank of SA Gruppenführer, In Spring of 1933 he became a representative for Bavaria in the Reichstag, and deputy of Reichsleiter Franz Ritter von Epp. In 1935 he was appointed as Major General and served with the Wehrmacht, were he was responsible for the French prisoners of war, until 31-07-1941. Haselmayr became a field commander of the Feldkommandeur 569, on 26-12-1941 and connecting the high commander of Feldkommandeur 569, in Wolhynien. He then landed in the Führer Reserve on 01-12-1942, got the rank of Generalleutnant on 01-01-1943, and was retired on 31-01-1943. Haselmayr still was in captivity until 28-06-1947.
Death and burial ground of Haselmayr, Friedrich “Fritz”.
Retiring in Gräfeling he died at the old age of 87, on 18-06-1965 and is buried with his wife Annaluise, who died age 77, on 07-11-1962, on the cemetery of Gräfeling, General der Flieger, Kommandant der Luftregio I Königsberg, Albert Vierling, General der Flieger/Artillerie, Kommandeur Wehrkreis VII, Edmund Wachenfeld, Generalleutnant der Flieger, Kommandant von Bohemië und Moravië, Max Ziervogel and Hitler’s first driver and look a like , SS Brigadeführer, Julius Schreck, the Nazi jurist, Theodore Maunz and Generalleutnant der Kavallerie, Kommander 4th Panzer Division , Moritz Faber de Baur, Generalleutnant der Artillerie, Commander of the 147th Division, Karl Held,