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Andreas Hagl

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Years of service  1931–44
Rank  Hauptmann
Name  Andreas Hagl
Andreas Hagl
Born  21 April 1911 Farchant (1911-04-21)
Allegiance  Weimar Republic (to 1933)  Nazi Germany
Commands held  Nachkommandos der 1. Fallschirmjager-Division
Battles/wars  World War II Norwegian Campaign Battle of Crete Operation Barbarossa Siege of Leningrad Operation husky Battle of Monte Cassino
Died  July 28, 1944, San Vito di Leguzzano, Italy
Awards  Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross
Battles and wars  Norwegian Campaign, Battle of Crete
Service/branch  German Army (1931–1937), Luftwaffe (1937–1944)

Generalvertretung andreas hagl

Andreas Hagl (21 April 1911 – 28 July 1944) was a highly decorated Major in the Fallschirmjager during World War II. He was also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. The Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross was awarded to recognise extreme battlefield bravery or successful military leadership. Andreas Hagl was murdered by Italian partisans on 28 July 1944 near San Vito di Leguzzano, Italy.


Awards and decorations

  • Parachutist Badge
  • Iron Cross (1939)
  • 2nd Class (13 October 1939)
  • 1st Class (9 July 1940)
  • Wound Badge (1939)
  • in Black (22 May 1940)
  • in Silver (5 July 1941)
  • Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross on 9 July 1941 as Oberleutnant and Zugfuhrer (platoon leader) in the 2./Fallschirmjager-Regiment 3
  • Armelband "Kreta" (20 May 1943)
  • References

    Andreas Hagl Wikipedia

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