Kabisch, Ernst, born 26-06-1866 in Kurwitz, Pommeren, entered the Army Service on 29-03-1884, age 17, as a Fahnenjunker in the 11th Foot Artillery Regiment. He was in the fields of the first war as an Oberst and commander of the 144th Infantry regiment and ended the war as a Major General and commander of the 54th Infantry Regiment. Kabisch retired on 15-01-1921, age 65 and was placed to disposal of the growing Wehrmacht on 01-09-1939, age 73. He was detached to the General Staff of Army Group North 0n 01-09-1939 when World War II started. Detachached to the General Staff of Army Group B to 15-06-1940 but at the old age of 74 retired from the Service.
Death and burial ground of Kabisch, Ernst.
Kabisch retired in Berlin, where he at the age of 85 died , on 23-10-1951 and is buried on the Invaliden Cemetery of Berlin, close to SS Gestapo leader, Reinard Heydrich and Armament Minister, Fritz Todt. Only steps away the graves Generaloberst der Infanterie, Werner von Fritsch, General der Flieger, Chief of the Reichs Air Force Ministry, Carl Gablenz
, Vice Admiral, Lothar von Arnaud de la Periere, Hauptmann der Wehrmacht, Wolfgang Fürstner the commander of the Olympic village in 1936, Generaloberst der Panzertruppe, Hans Hube, General der Infanterie, Rudolf Schmundt Hitler’s Adjutant who was killed in the bomb attack, on 20th July 1940, and Oberst der Wehrmacht, Kommandeur des Militärwaisenhaus Potsdam. Resistance Group von Stauffenberg, Wilhelm Staehle.
Behind his grave the remains of the original Berlin Wall, which seperated the cemetery and West Berlin after the war. Many graves were destroyed.