Friedrich-Georg Eberhardt (January 15, 1892 in Strasbourg, September 9, 1964 in Wiesbaden) is a German Generalmajor who served in theHeer in the .
He was awarded the Knight’s Cross of the. This decoration is awarded to recognize an act of extreme bravery on the or military command successfully.
Eberhardt was born inStrasbourg. He enlisted in theMarch 11,1910 inthe Sixth of .
Eberhardt was transferred to the military school at Metzin 1911. He actively participated in the First World
In 1941, he was at the head of the 60 Motorized during the .
The end of
Eberhardt was seconded to the court Reich’s war in 1945.
- class (1st October 1914)
- Class (26 July 1917)
Insignia of Wounded (1914)
- in Black (27 June 1918)
Cross of Honor (15 January 1935)
Clip of the(1939)
- Class (16 September 1939)
- Class (16 October 1939)
Medal(14 August 1942)
Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross
- Knight’s Cross of December 31, 1941 as Generalleutnant and commander of 60. Infanterie-