Luczny, Alfons, born 04-06-1894 in Katscher, Upper Silesia, joined the Army age 19, on 16-09-1913, as a Fahnenjunker in the 21st Field Artillery Regiment. He was in the fields as a Platoon leader and Battalion Officer with the 63rd Infantry Regiment. He retired from the Army and joined the Police Service on 31-12-1920. He reactivated in the Wehrmacht as an Oberst and was the commander of the 13th Flak Regiment at the begin of World War II. He was on of the first to enter Austria for the union in 1938, a 800.000 would follow. Two of his sons Hans-Joachim and Wolf-Dietrich were killed in action in 1940 and 1941. He was successively commander of the Flak Regiment 33, 3 and 6 and commander of the Flak Searchlight Brigade until 31-01-1942. General of Luftwaffe Channel Islands to 30-09-1943 and Commander of the 2nd Flak Division and landed in the Führer Reserve on 29-12-1944. Chief of the Travel Staff with Chief of Wehrmacht Motor Transport Affairs OKW until 08-05-1945 and in US captivity. Luczny had the bad luck to be transferred into Soviet captivity on 25-12-1945 and was first released by the intervention of the Chancellor Konrad Adenauer on 09-10-1955,
Death and burial ground of Luczny, Alfons.
Living in Einbeck, Luczny died at the very old age of 91 and is buried with his wife Elfried, born Kondziella, who died on 04-02-1999, on the Central cemetery of Einbeck.
Cemetery location of Luczny, Alfons