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Thursday, 12 March 2015

Walter Georg Lohmann

Walter Georg Lohmann

Career:

Branch: Kaiserliche Marine / Reichsmarine / Kriegsmarine
Born: 11 December 1891 in Westphalia, Siegen, Germany.
Died: 13 April 1955 in Bergedorf, Hamburg, Germany.

Ranks:
Vizeadmiral 1 March 1942
Konteradmiral 1 January 1940
Kommodore
Kapitän zur See 1 January 1936
Fregattenkapitän 1 July 1934
Korvettenkapitän 1 December 1928
Kapitänleutnant 1 January 1921
Oberleutnant zur See 20 to March 1916
Leutnant zur See 27 September 1913
Oberfähnrich zur See
Fähnrich zur See 15 April 1915

Decorations:

Commands:
M90
Takes command on 8 August 1921
Ends command on 20 August 1921

Niobe
Takes command on 26 August 1922
Ends command on 16 October 1922

Emden
Takes command on 25 August 1936
Ends command on 20 June 1937

Personal Information:

Walter Georg Lohmann was born on 11 December 1891 in Westphalia, Siegen, Germany and was a serving member of the Kriegsmarine during World War II and managed to attain the rank of Vizeadmiral and went on to command the following M90, Niobe and Emden

Walter Georg Lohmann joined Kaiserliche Marine as a Seekadett on 1 April 1910 and went to the naval school in Mürwik and continued his training on board heavy cruiser Freya.

Walter Georg Lohmann was given the command of the minesweeper M90 on 8 August 1921 and remained in command until 20 August 1921 he was then transferred to the training ship Niobe on 26 August 1922 until 16 October 1922 several years later he was transferred to the light cruiser Emden on 25 August 1936 until 20 June 1937.

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