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12 December 1946

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A: Yes.

Q: When and where were you born?

A: In Linz on the Danau on the 27th of May 1913.

Q: Have you studied medicine?

A: Yes.

Q: Where and when?

A: 1931 [sic; 1931?] to 1937 in Vienna and Innsbruck.

Q: What branch of medicine have you specialized in?

A: Internal medicine.

Q: Were you a member of the Luftwaffe during the war?

A: Yes.

Q: When did you join?

A: On the 8th of May 1939.

Q: What rank did you attain during the war?

A: At the end I was Stabsarzt.

Q: That is a captain in the United States Army?

A: Yes.

Q: Were you stationed in Munich during the war?

A: Yes.

Q: Do you know of a Luftwaffe installation called Bodenstaendige Pruefstelle fuer Hoehenforschung der Luftwaffe in Munich?

A: Institute for aviation medicine, yes.

Q: What was that installation, what did it do?

A: To carry out scientific work in the field of aviation medicine.

Q: Do you know Georg August Waltz?

A: Yes.

Q: What was his relationship to that institute?

A: He was the head of the institute.

Q: Did the name of this institute of which Weltz was the commanding officer later change?

A: The institute resulted from an office for investigating high



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