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Waffen SS General Josias Georg Wilhelm Adolf, Prince of Waldeck and Pyrmont. After the War, a US court sentenced him to life in prison. Bizarrely, one of the charges against him was that he had ordered the execution of the infamous commandant of Buchenwald, Otto Koch, for having disgraced both himself and the SS. Anyway, his sentenced was eventually reduced and, in 1953, he was granted amnesty.
Otto Lancelle (27 March 1885 – 3 July 1941) was a Generalleutnant in the Wehrmacht during World War II and a recipient of both the Pour le Mérite and Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. Otto Lancelle was killed by a sniper on 3 July 1941 at the Krāslava Bridgehead on the Dvina near Krāslava, Latvia. He was posthumously promoted to Generalleutnant and awarded the Knight's Cross.
■ GdI Friedrich Mieth (1888-1944) RKE KG IV.Armeekorps - Fuente: Eichenlaubträger 1940-1945, Zeitgeschichte in Farbe II, Fritjof Schaulen; pág. 106
✠ Mauritz Freiherr von Strachwitz (12 December 1898 – 10 December 1953) died in Russian captivity.
Jacob Jenster (14 March 1917 – 10 March 2009) destroyed 100 tanks in 960 combat missions (360 of these were Panzerjagdeinsatze with the Ju 87). Since June 1942 he was attached to 7./StG 1 on the eastern front, and in 1943 he was transferred to 6./StG 2 "Immelmann" where he earned the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross on 29 February 1944 while he was an Oberfeldwebel. On 10 July he was attached to 10.(Pz)/StG 2 until May 1945, when he was captured and held prisoner until September 1949.
Generalfeldmarschall Karl Rudolf Gerd von Rundstedt (12 December 1875 - 24 February 1953), Heeresgruppe Süd, Heeresgruppe A, Oberbefehlshaber des Westen. RK 30 September 1939, 519th Oak Leaves 01 July 1944, 133rd Swords 18 February 1945.
■ Hans Jordan (1892-1975) RKES - KG VI.Armeekorps - General der Infanterie ■ Fuente: Eichenlaubträger 1940-1945, Zeitgeschichte in Farbe II, Fritjof Schaulen; pág. 25