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Kriegsmarine Officer - Franz Dueller (14 May 1890– 08 May 1945)

I am hoping that someone with a 1944 or maybe even a 1945 Kriegmarine rankliste would be kind enough to check and see if Franz Dueller is listed please.  It is reported that Franz Dueller served as an officer in the naval courier service, shuttling between Danzig, Saloniki, Rostock and Odessa during the war.

He was Oberstabsmaschinenwärter in the Austro-Hungarian Kriegsmarine and was awarded the Gold Bravery for his actions during the sinking of SMS Szent Istvan  in 1918

Regards,

Ian

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Ian,

he is not listed in Lohmann and Hildebrand's "Kriegsmarine 1939-1945 and as a non active officer he is not listed in the 1944 Kriegsmarine Rangliste.

Regards

Glenn

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