Hederich, Hans, born 14-07-1877 in Jütersbog, Brandenburg, as the son of General Major, Carl Hederich, who died age 67 on 19-03-1912, entered the Army, age 18, as a Fähnrich in the 3rd Field Artillery Regiment, on 11-03-1895. He was in the fields of the first war and ended the war as the commander of the Naval Field Artillery Battalion of the NavalBrigade. Hederich retired on 30-09-1920 and joined the Reichswehr in Breslau, Stettin and Kolberg until 30-09-1933. He then entered the army service as a Territorial Officer, to 01-10-1933, Supplement Officer, to 05-03-1935 and Active Officer. He became director of District Stock-Administration in Hamburg until 01-01-1935. Following director of Army Field Equipment Administration until 15-12-1938. Commander of Field Equipment Command II to 15-06-1940. Commander of Senior Field Equipment Staff Holland (see About) to 05-10-1940. His last command was as commander of Field Equipment Command II again.
Death and burial ground of Hederich, Hans.
Hederich not a real front General retired in Kassel, where he at the old age of 88 died, on 28-12-1965. Hederich is buried with his wife Inga, born Shuhmann, on the Military cemetery of Kassel, together with the Generalmajor der Pioniere, the commander of the Senior Construction Staff 14, Friedrich Borchers, General der Infanterie, Commander of “Ost-Ungarn”,Kuno Both, Generalmajor der Infanterie, Commander of the Troop Exercise,Friedrich von Both, Generalmajor der Infanterie, Kommandeur vom WBK Königsberg II, Rudolf Scheller, Generalmajor der Panzertruppe, Commander of the 92nd Panzer Grenadier Regiment, Werner von Hillebrandt, Generalmajor der Artillerie, Commander 12thArtillery Replacement Battalion, Detlev Rüdelsdorff, General der Infantrie, Kommandeur der XXIX Heeres Korps,Kurt Röpke, Generalstabarzt with IX Armee Corps, Alexander Remus, General der Infanterie, Commander Army Corps A, Karl von Roques and Generalleutnant der Artillerie,Commander North East France, Dyon, Wilhelm Hederich.