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Glasl, Anton

Date of birth:
February 13th, 1897 (Freising/Bavaria, Germany)
Date of death:
April 17th, 1965 (Mühldorf am Inn/Bavaria, Germany)
Nationality:
German

Biography

Anton Glasl served as Ia 10. Gebirgs-Division, Ia VIII. Armeekorps and with Gebirgsjäger-Regiment 100. He finally reached the rank of Generalmajor. He was a POW from May 9th, 1945 until June 30th, 1947.

Promotions:
October 1st, 1916: Fahnenjunker-Unteroffizier;
May 31st, 1917: Fähnrich;
September 10th, 1917: Leutnant;
July 31st, 1925: Oberleutnant;
April 1st, 1933: Hauptmann;
August 1st, 1936: Major;
April 1st, 1939: Oberstleutnant im Generalstab;
December 1st, 1941: Oberst;
February 15th, 1945: Generalmajor.

Career:
October 12th, 1937 - December 1st, 1939: Ia, 10. Infanterie-Division;
February 6th, 1940: Ia, XIII. Armeekorps;
September 15th, 1940 - September 1st, 1941: Chef der Planungsabteilung, Chef des Transportwesens;
March 1st, 1943 - March 5th, 1944: Kommandeur Gebirgsjäger-Regiment 100;
July 25th, 1944 - 1945: Chef des Generalstabes, XVIII. Armeekorps.

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Period:
Second World War (1939-1945)
Rank:
Oberst (Colonel)
Unit:
Kommandeur, Gebirgsjäger-Regiment 100, 5. Gebirgs-Division, Heer
Awarded on:
October 11th, 1943
Ritterkreuz des Eisernen Kreuzes

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