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Stettin - Barnimstrasse 13, Lindner family home

Hans Georg Günther “Hako” LindnerAge: 77 years19211999

Name
Hans Georg Günther “Hako” Lindner
Given names
Hans Georg Günther
Nickname
Hako
Surname
Lindner
Also known as
Hako
Birth July 31, 1921 29 23
Death of a paternal grandfatherArthur Heinrich Lindner
May 3, 1923 (Age 21 months)
Birth of a brotherMartin Gottfried Lindner
September 10, 1923 (Age 2 years)
Death of a brotherMartin Gottfried Lindner
November 26, 1942 (Age 21 years)
Death of a paternal grandmotherMaria Philomena Franziska Schymus
May 3, 1946 (Age 24 years)
Death of a maternal grandfatherKarl August Przibilla
February 22, 1949 (Age 27 years)
Death of a brotherBruno Christian Georg Lindner
April 1, 1958 (Age 36 years)
Death of a motherKatharina Margarete Elisabeth Przibilla
January 12, 1964 (Age 42 years)
Death of a maternal grandmotherMarie Elise Mathilde Tiebel
December 13, 1964 (Age 43 years)
Death of a fatherGeorg Bruno Artur Heinrich Lindner
January 11, 1978 (Age 56 years)
Occupation
Surveyor (Vermessungs - Techniker)

Death April 8, 1999 (Age 77 years)
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Stettin - Barnimstrasse 13, Lindner family homeHans Georg Günther “Hako” Lindner
Birth: July 31, 1921 29 23Frankfurt Oder, Germany
Occupation: Surveyor (Vermessungs - Techniker)
Death: April 8, 1999Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
2 years
younger brother
Stettin - Barnimstrasse 13, Lindner family homeMartin Gottfried Lindner
Birth: September 10, 1923 31 25Frankfurt Oder, Germany
Occupation: Officer Cadet (Offiziersanwärter)
Death: November 26, 1942Woronesh, UdSSR
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Stettin - Barnimstrasse 13, Lindner family homeHans Georg Günther “Hako” Lindner
Birth: July 31, 1921 29 23Frankfurt Oder, Germany
Occupation: Surveyor (Vermessungs - Techniker)
Death: April 8, 1999Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
wife
daughter
Private
son
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Note

Hans Lindner was captured by the Red Army on May 9, 1945 on Hel Peninsula/Prussia. Later on, he was registered in POW camp no. 401/9 (at that time located in Smolensk, SSSR).

Subsequently, Hans Lindner was also kept in the following POW camps:

401/1 Izdeshkovo, Gshatsk (today: Gagarin), Smolensk Oblast

401/4 Kolesniki, Svishchevo, km 282, Smolensk Oblast (later: Pokotilovka, Krasnograd, Kharkiv Oblast, Ukraine)

401/24 Kharkiv, Ukraine

149/2 Kharkiv, Ukraine

On July 8, 1949, Hans Lindner was finally transferred to camp no. 69 in Frankfurt/Oder for repatriation and released to German authorities on July 15, 1949.

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Note:

Hans Lindner was captured by the Red Army on May 9, 1945 on Hel Peninsula/Prussia. Later on, he was registered in POW camp no. 401/9 (at that time located in Smolensk, SSSR).

Subsequently, Hans Lindner was also kept in the following POW camps:

401/1 Izdeshkovo, Gshatsk (today: Gagarin), Smolensk Oblast

401/4 Kolesniki, Svishchevo, km 282, Smolensk Oblast (later: Pokotilovka, Krasnograd, Kharkiv Oblast, Ukraine)

401/24 Kharkiv, Ukraine

149/2 Kharkiv, Ukraine

On July 8, 1949, Hans Lindner was finally transferred to camp no. 69 in Frankfurt/Oder for repatriation and released to German authorities on July 15, 1949.