Lorenz, Heinrich, born 30-01-1892 in Reuder, near Zeitz, entered the Army as a Platoon leader in the 162nd Infantry Regiment. He was twice wounded during the first war, from 15-08-1915 to 15-10-1915 and 15-06-1917 to 15-07-1917. He succeeded for his pilot training on 15-01-1916 and ended the war as leader of Flying School with Army Flight Park 4. He was allowed in the new Reichswehr and with the outbreak of World War II he as an Oberst was Quartermaster of Luftwaffe Command East Prussia to 23-10-1939. Appointed to Airport Area Commander, Goslar to 02-07-1940.
Detached to Airport area Commandant Lille to 22-08-1940 and Commander of Airport Area Command Lille to 31-10-1940. Detached to Airport Area Command Damm to 05-12-1940 and Airport Area Command 4/I Riga, to 19-02-1943. Commandant of Luftwaffe Exercise Grounds Dranburg, Pomerania to 15-10-1944.
Death and burial ground of Lorenz, Heinrich.
Temporary in the Führer Reserve at the same time to the disposal of the Flying Replacement Division, until 31-12-1944 and finally retired age 52, in 1944. Lorenz living in Schmalenbek, died at the age of 79, on 09-05-1971 and is buried with his wife Jutta, on the village cemetery of Schmalenbek.
Cemetery location of Lorenz, Heinrich.