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Military rank in German speaking armed force.

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Hoth (center) with Fedor von Bock (left), 8 July 1941

Hermann Hoth

German army commander and war criminal who served during World War II.

German army commander and war criminal who served during World War II.

Hoth (center) with Fedor von Bock (left), 8 July 1941
Hoth (right) with Heinz Guderian, commander of Panzer Group 2, 21 June 1941
Execution of Soviet partisans by German forces.
Hoth (left) with Friedrich Paulus during the Battle of Stalingrad, November 1942
German soldiers at their defensive positions during the Battle of the Dnieper

His parents were Hermann Hoth, a Prussian staff officer surgeon, and Margarethe Hoth (née Hübener).

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Richard Otto (physician)

German physician and bacteriologist, who served as director of the Paul Ehrlich Institute until 1948.

German physician and bacteriologist, who served as director of the Paul Ehrlich Institute until 1948.

The Paul Ehrlich Institute

He was promoted to major and left active military service in 1913.