Lendle, Hubert, born 28-02-1892 in Schöntal, entered the Army Service age 19, on 24-07-1911, as a Fahnnjunker in the 126th Infantry Regiment and served during the first war in this Regiment. He remained in the new Reichswehr and retired from the Army , age 40, on 31-05-1932. He went to the USSR for a Panzer training and reactivated in the growing Wehrmacht on 01-08-1933. With the outbreak of World War II he as an Oberst was the commander of the 26th Infantry Replacement Regiment to 01-12-1939 and appointed to commander of the 345 Infantry Regiment and landed in the Führer Reserve for the first time to 25-10-1940. Appointed to Commander of Troop Exercise Grounds Veldahorn to 15-12-1940, Commander of the 578th Infantry Regiment until 31-03-1942, meanwhile a Generalmajor and landed again in the infamous Führer Reserve to 25-04-1942. He then was with the Staff of Army Group Centre,under command of Generalfeldmarschall Günther von Kluge
commander of the 221st Security Division and landed for the third time in the Reserve to 18-11-1944, assigned as commander of the Division Staff 607 to 22-11-1944 and of the Division Staff 610 until his captivity on 08-05-1945.
Death and burial ground of Lendle, Hubert.
Lemke was released in June 1947 and retired in Stuttgart where he at the age of 78 died, on 13-10-1970. Lemke is buried on the Prager cemetery in Stuttgart next to famous WWII personalities as, Generalmajor der Infanterie, Hans Speidel, General Field Marshal der Panzertruppe, Erwin Rommel’s
adjutant, Generalleutnant der Pioniere, Kommandeur des Ersatzheeres, Hans von Donat, Generalleutnant der Pioniere, Kommandeur Heeresgruppe Süd, Gustav Boehringer and the airship builder Graf Ferdinand Zeppelin. Alas for me, Lendle’s gravestone is removed.