Hauschulz, Kurt, born 02-10-1895 in Danzig, entered the Army, on 25-08-1914 as a war volunteer in the Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment 21. After a Machine Gun training he came in the fields of the Western Front with the 76th Reserve Jäger Battalion . He was retired from the Army on 07-12-1918, joined the border security and on 01-07-1921 the Police Service. On 26-08-1939, he is the commander of the 206th Infantry Replacement Battalion. Hauschulz landed in the Führer Reserve on 09-10-1939. He was assigned as Staff Officer of the Anti Aircraft Replacement Troops Air Defend school and on 27-05 1940 as commander of the Troop School in Döberitz. Hauschulz is promoted to Oberst with the command of the 475th Infantery Regiment, on 05-05-1941. From 29-11-1944 he is the commander of the 217th Replacement Grenadier Regiment. He is wounded in hospital on 05-02-1944 and recovered from 10-02-1944 commander of the 491st Grenadier Replacement and Training Regiment. Hauschulz is appointed to the Air Defend School of the Infantry, in Greifswald and becomes the commander of the School on 01-10-1944. Promoted on 01-12-1944 he becomes a Generalmajor and on 22-01-1945 commander of the Army Weapon School of the 16th AOK. After a temporary command of the Air Defend School of the Infantry in Greifswald he is appointed as Commander of Stralsund. He lands in Allied captivity and released on 26-06-1947.
Death and burial ground of Hauschulz, Kurt.
Retiring in Giessen he died at the old age of 80 and is buried with his wife Margarte, born Schneider, who died age 81 on 29-10-1968, on the cemetery Friedhofallee. On distance is buried Generalleutnant der Infanterie, Kommandant von Fort Du Roule, Cherbourg,
Karl von Schlieben.