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Generalmajor Hans-Karl Freiherr von Esebeck

Born: 10th Jul 1892

Died: 5th Jan 1955

Highest rank reached: General der Panzertruppe

Kommandeur vom Reiter Regiment 1

Kommandeur der 6 Schützen Brigade

Kommandeur 15 Schützen Brigade

Führer der 15 Panzer-Division

Kommandeur 11 Panzer Division

Kommandeur 2 Panzer Division

Führer der XXXXVI Panzerkorps

Führer Gruppe General von Esebeck

Kommandierenden General LVII Panzerkorps

Stellv. Generalkommando XVII Armeekorps

Befehlshaber vom Wehrkreis XVII

Arrested for links with the Valkyrie plot and sent to a Military Prison (some sources state a Concentration Camp) until the wars end.

Ritterkreuz - 4th Jul 1940

DKiG - 23rd Aug 1942

Image: EK II citation

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    • Sounds great other than the Orange & Mango squash only because I prefer cran-pomegranate juice.
    • "(...) disgusting herbal concoction (...)" I took note of this description, to enrich my otherwise limited, English "Wortschatz"...
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    • When I read Lapsang Souchong i decided to post something about these Tea . Many years ago I dont  know about Lapsang until I read James Michener book Centennial and the description of the savour of the Lapasang as a mix of tar and salt & smoked made me proof . It was exact ! and i liked it since then .
    • I have been known to drink Lapsang Souchong and Tea, Earl Grey, Hot... both "without pollutants". I normally have one mug of coffee in the morning, then spend the rest of the day drinking Orange & Mango squash (by the pint). Then evening comes and it's a pint, followed by red wine with dinner and sometimes a drop of Laphroaig afterwards.
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