Herbert, Theodor, born 10-08-1897 in Klein Steinheim, Main, entered the Army as a recruit in the replacement Battalion of the 88th
Infantry Regiment, on 03-10-1914, age 17 and was in the fields of the first war.
He ended the war on the Weapons Officer Course in Spandau, Berlin. He stayed in the new Reichswehr
with 100.000 other and when World War II started he was the commander of the 31st
Fortress Flak Regiment, to 14-07-1942. He became commander of the 59th
Flak Regiment to 15-11-1942 and commander of the Air War School in Göppingen, until 21-06-1944. He then landed in the Führer Reserve (see Adolf Hitler
) (did you know
) to 08-09-1944. Commander of the 15th
Motorized Flak Division to 18-01-1945 and of the 20th
Motorized Flak Division to 12-04-1945.
Commander of the Catch Staff East with Air Region Command VII, to 06-05-1945 and in American captivity to 06-03-1947,
Death and burial ground of Herbert, Theodor.
After the war Herbert retired in Bonn, where he at the very old age of 91 died, on 22-09-1988. Herbert is buried with his wife Dorothea, born Behrendt, who died age 85, on 03-01-1999, in the Behrendt family grave, on the cemetery of Poppelsdorf, a suburb of Bonn.