Hans Ferdinand Geisler
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|Born||19 April 1891|
|Died||25 June 1966 (aged 75)|
|Rank||General der Flieger|
|Commands held||10th Air Corps|
Hans-Ferdinand Geisler (19 April 1891 – 25 June 1966) was a German general during World War II. Born in Hanover in April 1891, Geisler joined the Imperial German Navy prior to World War I and served during the entire conflict. He joined the newly formed Luftwaffe in September 1933, reaching the rank of General der Flieger in July 1940. He was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross on 4 May 1940. He retired in October 1942 and died in June 1966 in Cologne.
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