|Born||1 August 1920
|Died||12 November 1997
|Years of service||1937–1945|
|Unit||5th SS Panzergrenadier Division Wiking
23rd SS Panzer Grenadier Division Nederland
|Battles/wars||World War II|
|Awards||Knight's Cross with Oakleaves
Iron Cross 1st Class
Iron Cross 2nd Class
Scholz was born on the 12 July 1920, at Grottkau, Upper Silesia. He volunteered to join the SS in December 1937 and was assigned to the 3rd Company, SS Standarte Germania, and transferred to the SS Standarte Der Führer, in 1938.
On 1 November 1941 he returned to the SS-Junkerschule and on 20 April 1942 made an SS-Oberjunker until June 1942 when he was promoted to Untersturmführer and given command of a platoon in the III.Btn/SS Regiment Nordland which was serving in Russia.
In 1943 he joined the 49th SS Panzer Grenadier Regiment De Ruyter and in March 1944 was the commander of the 7th Company, 49th SS Panzer Grenadier Regiment De Ruyter, 23rd SS Panzer Grenadier Division Nederland.
In August 1944 he was given command of the Regiments II Battalion which was located to the northwest of Peipussees and for the Battalion's actions was awarded the Oakleaves to the Knight's Cross on 21 September 1944.
Scholz survived the war and died on the 12 November 1997, at Herne. He is survived by his daughter under the name De Waal and grandson. His grandson a former member of the Australian Defence Force served in Afghanistan and Iraq.