Hülst, Theobald von, born 24-05-1877 in Gollub, West Prussia, entered the Army Service, as a Fahnenjunker, age 19, in the 6th Foot Artillery Regiment on 25-04-897. He was in the fields of the first war as Company Chief of the 4th Foot Artillery Regiment and retired on 25-06-1919. He joined the Army Service again on 01-10-1933 as a Territorial Officer and from 05-03-1935 as a Supplement Officer. He was retired again on 30-04-1934, age 56. When World War II was nearing he was placed to disposal of the Army on 26-08-1939. Von Hülst was appointed to director of Psychological Tests Office VI, until 31-01-1943 and finally retired, age 65.
Death and burial ground of Hülst, Theobald von.
Von Hülst lived in Münster after the war and died there at the age of 74, on 07-12-1951 and is buried on the Zentralfriedhof of Münster. Close by the graves of, Weimar Chancellor Hermann Brüning , and the Generalmajor der Infanterie, Kommandeur 282th Infanterie Division , Hermann Frenking
Generalleutnant der Flieger, Kommandeur Luftflotte Gruppe 6, Hans Funcke and Generalleutnant der Flieger, Chef der Luftwaffe Adminstratie, Hans Sommer.
Cemetery and grave location of Hülst, Theobald von.