Replica of ​Otto-Ernst Remer s Ribbon Bar (German Ribbon Bars) for Sale (by
Replica of ​Otto-Ernst Remer s Ribbon Bar (German Ribbon Bars) for Sale (by

Replica of ​Otto-Ernst Remer s Ribbon Bar

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​Otto-Ernst Remer's Ribbon Bar

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Otto Ernst Remer
Bundesarchiv Bild 183-2004-0330-500, Otto Ernst Remer.jpg
Otto Ernst Remer in 1945
Born 18 August 1912
NeubrandenburgGerman Empire
Died 4 October 1997 (aged 85)
Allegiance  Weimar Republic (to 1933)
 Nazi Germany
Service/branch Wehrmacht
Years of service 1930–45
Rank Generalmajor
Commands held Führer-Begleit-Division
Battles/wars World War II
Awards Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves
Otto-Ernst Remer (18 August 1912 – 4 October 1997) was a German Wehrmacht officer who played a decisive role in stopping the 1944 20 July plot against Adolf Hitler. During the war he was wounded nine times in combat.[1] After the war he co-founded the Sozialistische Reichspartei (SRP) and advanced Holocaust denial. He is considered the "Godfather" of the post-war Nazi underground.

Remer was born in Neubrandenburg on 18 August 1912. He attended a military academy and was commissioned as an officer in 1932 at the age of 20.

By the time of the attack on Poland, in September 1939, he was an Oberleutnant in a motorised infantry company, and went on to serve in the Balkans Campaign, as well as in Operation Barbarossa, the invasion of the Soviet Union. By April 1942, he was a battalion commander, and he joined the Infantry Regiment Großdeutschland, in order to lead the special-weapons 4th (Heavy) Battalion, which supported the three rifle battalions of the elite regiment. By February 1943, he commanded the 1st (armoured) battalion of Grenadier Regiment Grossdeutschland (GD), after the original Infantry Regiment GD expanded to become a full division. His troops, mounted in halftracks, covered the withdrawal of an entire Waffen-SS tank corps during the fighting at Kharkov. He was awarded the Knight's Cross for his service as battalion commander, and in November 1943, he was awarded the Oak leaves to the Knight's Cross for leadership at Krivoi Rog, which was presented by Adolf Hitler personally.

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