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67 591 55 76 3000 1310

#1 Kurt Lindner

68 501 57 76 3000 1310

#2 Wilhelm Jungert

131 520 61 71 3000 1310

#3 Dr. Kurt Debus

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#4 Dr. Edward Fischel

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#5 Dr. Hans F. Gruene

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#6 Dr. William not in this photo (Mrazek)

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#7 (face down)

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#8 Dr. Helmuth Schlitt

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#9 Dr. Herbert Axter

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#10 Theodor K. Vowe

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#11 Rudolf Beichel

418 528 66 78 3000 1310

#12 Bruno K. Helm

367 441 86 72 3000 1310

#13 Oscar Holderer

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#14 Rudolf Minning

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#15 Dr. Hans Friedrich

493 525 74 40 3000 1310

#16 Guenther H. Haukohl

505 571 87 61 3000 1310

#17 Friedrich Dhom

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#18 Bernhard Tessmann

595 580 65 91 3000 1310

#19 Karl L. Heimburg

566 476 44 79 3000 1310

#20 Dr. Ernst Geissler

540 407 61 66 3000 1310

#21 Friedrich Duerr

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#22 unidentified

612 494 58 54 3000 1310

#23 Hans W. Milde

663 604 66 79 3000 1310

#24 Hannes Lührsen

663 557 70 44 3000 1310

#25 Kurt E. Patt

712 507 68 48 3000 1310

#26 Otto K. Eisenhardt

687 455 77 48 3000 1310

#27 Dr. J. G. Tachinkel

708 375 86 76 3000 1310

#28 Gerhard P. Drawe

802 430 66 83 3000 1310

#29 Gerhard Heller

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#30 Josef Boehm

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#31 Dr. J. W. Muehlner

816 593 79 93 3000 1310

#32 Dr. Arthur Rudolph

895 563 60 56 3000 1310

#33 Wilhelm Angele

873 494 55 64 3000 1310

#34 Erich K. Ball

906 435 65 56 3000 1310

#35 Bruno K. Heusinger

949 619 69 90 3000 1310

#36 Max E. Novak

965 494 67 81 3000 1310

#37 Dr. Fritz Mueller

986 389 57 89 3000 1310

#38 Alfred J. Finzel

1044 439 48 85 3000 1310

#39 Herbert Fuhrmann

1036 551 74 88 3000 1310

#40 Dr. Ernst Stuhlinger

1110 620 65 92 3000 1310

#41 Herbert Guendel

1178 585 47 79 3000 1310

#42 Hans Fichtner

1093 475 55 73 3000 1310

#43 Dr. Karl Hager

1092 398 75 76 3000 1310

#44 Werner R. Kuers

1168 423 56 75 3000 1310

#46 Hans H. Maus

1224 403 54 81 3000 1310

#45 Herbert Bergeler

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#47 Dr. W. Schwidetzky

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#48 Dr. Rudolf Hoelker

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#49 Erich K. Kaschig

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#50 Werner Rosinski

1291 533 70 45 3000 1310

#51 Heinz Scharnowski

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#52 Fritz Vandersee

1306 354 82 80 3000 1310

#53 Arthur Urbanski

1367 436 62 73 3000 1310

#54 Werner Tiller

1423 510 58 60 3000 1310

#55 Hugo Woerdemann

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#56 Dr. Martin Schilling

1481 529 70 92 3000 1310

#57 Albert E. Schuler

1450 438 77 68 3000 1310

#58 Hans J. Lindenmayr

1466 365 77 71 3000 1310

#59 Helmut Zoike

1545 384 70 77 3000 1310

#60 Hans G. Paul

1542 466 81 73 3000 1310

#61 Heinrich C. Rothe

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#62 Ludwig Roth

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#63 Dr. Ernst Steinhoff

1637 477 57 86 3000 1310

#64 Gerhard H. Reisig

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#65 Ernst K. Klauss

1694 352 62 72 3000 1310

#66 Dr. Hermann Weidner

1733 506 66 61 3000 1310

#67 Hermann Lange

1799 553 57 105 3000 1310

#68 Robert Paetz

1716 429 67 69 3000 1310

#69 Helmut Merk

1782 386 51 102 3000 1310

#70 Walter W. Jacobi

1835 368 61 94 3000 1310

#71 Dieter E. Grau

1834 472 60 78 3000 1310

#72 Friedrich Schwarz

1895 516 55 122 3000 1310

#73 Dr. Wernher Von Braun

1951 536 48 89 3000 1310

#74 Albin E. Wittmann

1911 442 75 73 3000 1310

#75 Otto A. Hoberg

1899 363 61 66 3000 1310

#76 William A. Schulze

1965 331 71 74 3000 1310

#77 (top of head only)

1987 411 52 84 3000 1310

#78 Dr. Adolf K. Thiel

2046 487 58 75 3000 1310

#79 Walter Wiesman

1998 506 45 99 3000 1310

#80 Dr. Theodor Buchhold

2055 575 68 79 3000 1310

#81 Dr. Eberhard H. Rees

2125 522 47 88 3000 1310

#82 Otto Hirschler

2097 430 51 69 3000 1310

#83 Theodor A. Poppel

2087 356 60 70 3000 1310

#85 Werner E. Voss

2039 370 43 78 3000 1310

#84 Gustav A. Kroll

2154 385 70 85 3000 1310

#86 Anton Beier

2169 478 55 70 3000 1310

#87 Albert Zeiler

2185 552 61 79 3000 1310

#88 Rudolf H. Schlidt

2246 545 61 96 3000 1310

#89 Dr. Wolfgang Steurur

2228 438 52 76 3000 1310

#90 Gerd W. deBeek

2302 489 71 96 3000 1310

#91 Heinz Millinger

2320 371 61 86 3000 1310

#92 Konrad K. Dannenberg

2251 362 65 73 3000 1310

#93 Hans R. Palaoro

2438 386 61 104 3000 1310

#94 Erich W. Neubert

2373 463 61 79 3000 1310

#95 Dr. Werner Sieber

2454 530 70 87 3000 1310

#96 Emil A. H. Hellebrand

2378 551 73 114 3000 1310

#97 Hans Henning Hosenthien

2502 464 61 67 3000 1310

#98 Oscar Bauschinger

2564 547 69 99 3000 1310

#99 Dr. Joseph Michel

2563 456 37 86 3000 1310

#100 Claus Scheufelen

2502 373 76 77 3000 1310

#101 Walter Burose

2603 457 57 90 3000 1310

#102 Karl Fleischer

2663 532 50 86 3000 1310

#103 Werner Gengelbach

2725 581 68 89 3000 1310

#104 Hermann M. Beuderftig

2820 573 114 137 3000 1310

#105 Guenther Hintze

Additional German World War II rocket scientists recruited to US locations other than Fort Bliss (many to Wright Field) included Werner K. Dahm, Walter Dornberger, Ernst Eckert, Krafft Ehricke, Walter Häussermann, Rudolph Hermann, Hermann Kurzweg, Hermann Oberth, Georg Rickhey, and Harry Ruppe.

References and footnotes

  1. http://www.redstone.army.mil/history/archives/vonbraun/welcome.html
  2. a b c d Huzel, Dieter K () Peenemünde to Canaveral, Englewood Cliffs NJ: Prentice Hall, ss. p210,214 NOTES:
    • p187: Lt Col Dr Herbert Axster was a Peenemünde staff officer.
    • p210: In addition to Huzel and Stuhlinger, Dr Lippisch was on the Central Falls.
  3. http://ntrs.nasa.gov/search.jsp?R=404759&id=9&qs=N%3D47
  4. Hunt, Linda () Secret Agenda: The United States Government, Nazi Scientists, and Project Paperclip, 1945 to 1990, Category:New York: St.Martin's Press, ss. p148h ISBN: 0312055102. NOTE: The caption by Hunt is for the photo that includes Mrazek.
  5. a b Neufeld, Michael J () The Rocket and the Reich: Peenemünde and the Coming of the Ballistic Missile Era, Category:New York: The Free Press, ss. p210h NOTE: The caption by Neufeld is for the photo that includes Mrazek.
  6. () The Rocket Team, Apogee Books Space Series 36, Category:New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, ss. p318d NOTES:
    • p40: Professor Buchhold had been the chair of electrical engineering at Darmstadt
    • p41: Professor Carl Wagner was a physical chemist who would follow von Braun to the US
    • p293: Dr Ernst Geissler was the chief of the unit studying the Wasserfall flight dynamics and control system at Bansin and Pudalga, 27 km SE of Peenemünde.
    • p301: After evacuating Peenemünde, von Braun, his brother Magnus, Kurt Lindner, and von Braun's secretary Hannelore Bannasch found quarters in Wilheim 32 km S of Oberammergau
    • p302: Holker was a flight dynamicist
    • p358: A third group from Landshut left Le Havre on November 21 and arrived at New York on December 6, 1945 via the USS Florence Nightingale (AP-70)
    • p392: Hans Palaoro completed a meticulous drawing of a proposed ramjet engine while at Ft Bliss (his boss was Dr. Gerhard Heller)
    • p393: Grüne assembled gyroscopes for WSMR V-2 rockets
      p420: Grüne and Hannes Lührsen converted part of a former Ft Bliss army hospital into a Guidance and Control Laboratory for Dr. Theodor Buchhold
    • p393: Gerd de Beek was the Peenemünde chief illustrator
    • p396: In October 1947, Herbert Dobrick, Friedrich Dohm, Kurt Neuhoffer, and Klaus Scheuffelen were the first to live in the local Ft Bliss economy while working on the Loki missile by Bendix Corporation's Pioneer Division (Teterboro NJ), which was the follow-on to the German Taifun missile.
    • p416: Wilhelm Angele and Hans Friedrich designed and built the steeple for a former funeral home when the German families helped to organize the St Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Huntsville AL.
    • p416: St Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church (Huntsville AL) members such as Martin Schilling, Johann Tschinkel, Hans Fichtner, Herbert Furmann, and Otto Eisenhardt worked on refurbishing the former funeral home acquired for the church.
    • p416: Eagle Scouts of Boy Scout Troop 13 (St Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Huntsville AL) included sons of rocket scientists Erich Ball (Eberhard), Emil Hellebrand (Bernd), Gerhard Heller (Rainer), and Martin Schilling (Harmuth).
    • p416: Hans Palaoro completed a meticulous drawing of a proposed ramjet engine while at Ft Bliss (his boss was Dr. Gerhard Heller).
    • p416: Wilhelm Angele and Hans Friedrich designed and built the steeple for a former funeral home when the German families helped to organize the St Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Huntsville AL.
    • p420: Hans Maus was in charge of the Manufacturing Division of the Guided Missile Development Center
    • p420: Grüne and Hannes Lührsen converted part of a former Ft Bliss army hospital into a Guidance and Control Laboratory for Dr. Theodor Buchhold
    • p422: Walter Schwidetsky, who had arrived in the US with von Braun, worked on the Atlas project.
    • p451: Wilhelm Angele developed a machine to produce spheres with roundess to one millionth of an inch-- one was used in a space experiment to prove Einstein's theory of relativity
    • p451: Karl Heimburg and Bernhard Tessmann were experts in rocket testing
    • p451: Walter Burose, Hans Hüter, Josef Böhm, and Gerhard Heller are buried at the Maple Hill Cemetary in Huntsville AL
    • p451: Hans Paul was an expert in heat transfer
    • p451: After retirement, Dr Werner Sieber was a materials specialist who studied solar-energy collectors at the Johnson Environmental and Energy Center at the Univ of Alabama at Huntsville
  7. a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Błąd rozszerzenia cite: Błąd w składni znacznika <ref>; brak tekstu w przypisie o nazwie JIOA

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