Leopold, Günther, born 28-04-1898 in Aurich, entered the Army Service, age 17, on 14-06-1915 and was from 01-07-1916 in French captivity and retired, released, on 30-10-1920. He joined the Police Service but was transferred to the Army again on 15-10-1935. As an Oberst, he at the begin of World War II was commander of the III Battalion of the 195th Infantry Regiment. Commander of the 368th Infantry Regiment and in battle near Lyachnovo severely wounded in field hospital 329 in Simnik
Death and burial ground of Leopold, Günther.
Leopold didn’t survive the bad damage and died on 18-03-1943 of his wounds, age 44. He is buried with his wife Jutta, born Hartmann, who died age 82 on 28-04-1990, on the cemetery Engeshode in Hanover between many other, like SS Oberführer, Kommandeur 19th Waffen SS Grenadier Division, Friedrich Bock, General der Panzertruppe, Kommandeur 19th Panzer Division , Otto von Knobelsdorf, Generalleutnant der Infanterie, Kommandeur Headquarters of the OKH, Walter Gundell, Generalmajor der Infanterie, Kommandeur 276th Volks Grenadier Division , Hugo Dempwolff, Generalmajor der Flieger, Airport Area Commander IIVI, Laon, Hubert Hartog and SS Gruppenführer, Waldemar Wappenhaus. They all, as Generalmajor der Infanterie, Erwin Becké,
with his wife Elisabeth, born Holst, who died age 73, on 23-02-1962, are buried on the cemetery Engeshode in Hannover, all still close together.