Höfert, Johannes “Hans”, born 26-01-1880 in Magdeburg, Buckau, entered the Army Service as a Fähnrich in the 64th
Field Artillery Regiment on 15-02-1902, age 22. He is in the fields of the first war and ended the war as a Hauptmann and commander of the Flak Battalion Plauen. He joined the Police Service after the war and retired on 30-09-1935. From 01-08-1935 he is Supplement Officer in Hermann Goering’s
(did you know
) new Luftwaffe.
Goering’s ashes were scattered from the Reichenbachbrücke in Munich. Detached to the Military Replacement Supplement in Berlin from 03-07-1937 until 31-12-1937. He became the Luftwaffe Adviser with Military Replacement Inspection in Munich to 28-02-1940. Promoted to Generalmajor from 01-04-1941. His last command is of Military District Munich and retired on 30-01-1943, not useful anymore for Hitler’s warfare (see Adolf Hitler
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Death and burial ground of Höfert, Johannes “Hans”.
Living in Tegerensee he died at the age of 64, on 13-02-1944 and is buried on the Stadtfriedhof of Tegerensee, and his neighbours are the Flying Ace, Major, Jagdfliegerass. Kommandeur II/J.G 52
, Gerhard Barkhorn
General der Panzertruppe, Oberbefehlhaber 3rd Panzer Armee
, Hans Reinhardt
, General der Artillerie, Commander of the Replacement Army
, Otto Grün
and Generalleutnant der Infanterie, Completion Office of the XVII Army Corps
, August Wagner
Cemetery and grave location of Höfert, Johannes “Hans”.