|Born||5 February 1922
|Died||22 September 1996
|Years of service||1939–1945|
|Rank||Obersturmführer (First Lieutenant)|
|Unit||8th SS Cavalry Division Florian Geyer|
|Battles/wars||World War II|
|Awards||Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross
German Cross in Gold
Iron Cross 1st Class
Iron Cross 2nd Class
Siegfried Korth (5 February 1922 – 22 September 1996) was an Obersturmführer (First Lieutenant) in the Waffen-SS during World War II. He was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross in February 1945, when in command of the 3rd Squadron, 18 SS Cavalry Regiment, 8th SS Cavalry Division Florian Geyer, while fighting on the Hungarian Front attempting to break out of the encirclement at Budapest.
Siegfried Korth joined the SS on 30 September 1940, as a Reiter with SS-Kavallerie Regiment 2. Attended the Junkerschule Braunschweig from 1 November 1941 until 30 April 1942, followed by a platoon leaders course until 9 May. He then was attached to the SS-Kavallerie Ersatz Abteilung. Joining the new SS-Kavallerie Division in Debica during late June 1942, Korth was assigned to Gustav Lombard’s SS-Kavallerie Regiment 1 staff as an Ordnance Officer until becoming a Zugführer in early 1943. In May 1943 he took command of the 3.Schwadron of SS-Kavallerie Regiment 1, succeeding Hauptsturmführer Hans von Charpentier, until he was wounded on 1 September 1943. Returning to duty after recovering, Korth was assigned to 3. / SS-Kavallerie Regiment 18 as Schwadronsführer. He led his unit in Budapest and survived the breakout on 11th/12 February 1945. Promotions: 21 June 1942: SS-Untersturmführer; 30 January 1944: SS-Obersturmführer. 
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