Hauser, Eduard, born 22-06-1895 in Erlangen, entered the Army, age 19, as a Fahnenjunker in the 17th Bavarian Infantry Regiment and with this regiment in the fields of the first war. Hauser was wounded in hospital from 27-09-1915 until 16-01-1966 and was in British captivity from 15-09-19156 until the end of the war. Hauser remained in the new Reichswehr and at the beginning of World War II he was transferred to the Staff of General Command XIX a Motorized Army Corps, to 09-11-1940. He then was assigned as commander of the 18th Panzer Regiment to 19-08-1941 and landed in the Führer Reserve, (see Adolf Hitler) (did you know) to 10-09-1941. Delegated with the leadership of the 25th Panzer Regiment until 01-10-1941 and commander of the 25th until 01-09-1943. He was appointed to commander of the 13th Panzer Division, he took over the command of Generalleutnant der Panzertruppe, Hellmut von Chevallerie until 23-12-1943. His successor was Generalleutnant der Panzertruppe, Hans Mikosch Mikosch died old age 95, on 18-01-1993, in Reichshof. He was in hospital and the Führer Reserve from 23-12-1943 to 15-08-1944 and became General with Special Duties with the Reichsführer SS Heinrich Himmler.
Appointed as commander of the Fortifications by Lötzen and Angersberg to 07-11-1944 and then commander of the Special Purpose Division Staff 605 to February 1945. Again Fortress commander now of Pillau, were he escaped on the last ship out of Pillau from the advancing Russians. He was again in hospital in Bad Tölz and landed there in American captivity until his release on 14-06-1947.
Death and burial ground of Hauser, Eduard.
Retiring in Garmisch Partenkirchen, a beautiful city on the foot of the Alps, Hauser died at the age of 66, on 16-07-1961. He is buried with his wife Mathilde, born Krieger, who died old age 96 in 1994, on the Stadtfriedhof of Garmisch. Only steps away are the graves of the WWII, Generalmajor der Artillerie, Kommandeur Artillerie Regiment Fallschirmjäger, Iwan Ilsemann, Generalleutnant der Infanterie, Kommandeur 121th Infanterie Division , Otto Lancelle, Oberst der Flieger, Organisater of “Zahme Sau “ tatics, Victor von Lossberg, Generalleutnant der Flieger, Inspector of the Military Replacement Inspection, in Schwerin, Theodor Triendl, Generalmajor der Flieger,Kommandeur des Flughafen-Bereichs 2/XVII, Wilhelm Voelk, General der Flieger, Kommandeur Luftregio Belgium-France, Wilhelm Wimmer and Admiral, Reichs Commissioner at the Upper Prize Court in Berlin, Hermann Densch.