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Heinz Habbenburg

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Heinz "Verteidiger" Habbenburg[edit]

Heinz Habbenburg was a Wehrmacht Soldier and owner of the Iron Cross and other soldiers as a result of this called him Verteidiger, which is German for "Defender". He served in the Wehrmacht from 1938-1942, where he earlier was wounded in the Battle of France, where he was a victim of the 5 German casualties that occurred during the bombings.

Early Life[edit]

Heinz Habbenburg was born 1915, June 22nd as result of a One-night stand by Paul Habbenburg and Heidi Juns. He grew up as a smart student, and began to pursue the career of Arts. Until he enlisted inside the Wehrmacht, where he then quit.

Life in Wehrmacht[edit]

He enlisted in the Wehrmacht in 1937, and was set to the offensive in Poland in 1939. He successfully lead an offensive in the south to victory from which he was promoted. In 1941, he was assigned to an offensive in the Benelux, specifying The Netherlands. He was wounded in battle causing an injury to his right, and the cause of death in 1944. Before he died, he was in an offensive in Paris, where he was late to retreat from the bombings and was hit by bomb splash. He was hospitalized until 4 months later, and he was put in a defense in Berlin. After the Allies successfully won the offense of Berlin. He was tragically shot and died.

Heinz Habbenburg
Nickname(s)Heinz "Verteidiger" Habbenburg
Born1915, June 22nd
Died1 January 1942(1942-01-01) (aged 23)
Years of service7
Battles/warsBerlin Defense & Paris Offense
AwardsIron Cross

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