Lahode, Curt Peter, born 10-11-1888 in Dresden, joined the Army Service from 01-04-1908, age 17, as a Fahnenjunker in the 177th Infantry Regiment. He was as a Hauptmann the Platoon and Company leader during the first war and remained in the new Reichswehr afterwards. Promoted to Major on 01-02-1930, to Oberstleutnant on 01-04-1934, to Oberst on 01-01-1936 and with the outbreak of World War II he was an Generalmajor and Commander of the Field Equipment Administration 5 until 01-09-1941. Promoted to Generalleutnant on 01-07-1942, the youngest Generalleutnant in WWII, with 36, was Theodor Tolsdorff.
Lahode, not a battlefield General, then landed in the Führer Reserve until 31-08-1942 and retired age 53, not used anymore, from the Service, not useful for the war fare, on 31-08-1942.
Death and burial ground of Lahode, Curt Peter.
Placed to the disposal of the Army and finally retired on 31-05-1944 but still abducted by the Soviets where he died in captivity in Bauten in April 1946. There is a grave of honor on the cemetery of Riensberg in Bremen, where his wife Lydia, born Deuerlich, who died old age 94, on 24-06-1988 is buried. Close by the graves of the Generalarzt, Wehrmacht Generalarzt 10st Heereskorps, Dr. Rudolf Attig, Kapitänleutnant of a U boat, U-521, Klaus Bargsten
Generalmajor der Infanterie. Kommandeur 562th Volks Grenadier Division, Johannes Brauer, Generalmajor der Infanterie. Kommandeur von Hamburg, Kurt Heyser, Generalmajor der Flakartillerie. Kommandeur 8th Flak Division, Max Schaller, General der Artillerie, Walter von Seydlitz-Kurzbach member of the Committy of Free Germany with Fieldmarshal, Friedrich Paulus after Stalingrad, Generalleutant der Infanterie. Kommandeur 292th Infanterie Regiment, Rudolf Reichert and Generalleutnant der Flakartillerie. Kommandeur Kommando XVIII Vienna, Kurt Wagner