Born in Wiesbaden and educated in his hometown and Berlin, he volunteered for the German Imperial Army in 1915, serving on the Western Front and at Isonzo in Italy. Briefly involved with communism after his 1919 demobilization he soon took part in skirmishes against the Spartacist League before settling into various low-level white-collar jobs.

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  • Theodor August Otto Wilhelm Habicht (* 4. April 1898 in Wiesbaden; † 31. Januar 1944 in Newel (Pskow)) war ein deutscher Politiker (NSDAP). Er war von 1937 bis 1938 Oberbürgermeister von Wittenberg und 1939 von Koblenz sowie Mitglied des Reichstags. Habicht gilt als wichtigster Drahtzieher des Juliputsches der Wiener SS-Standarte 89, bei dem der österreichische Bundeskanzler Dollfuß am 25. Juli 1934 ermordet wurde. (de)
  • Born in Wiesbaden and educated in his hometown and Berlin, he volunteered for the German Imperial Army in 1915, serving on the Western Front and at Isonzo in Italy. Briefly involved with communism after his 1919 demobilization he soon took part in skirmishes against the Spartacist League before settling into various low-level white-collar jobs. (en)
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  • Theodor August Otto Wilhelm Habicht (* 4. April 1898 in Wiesbaden; † 31. Januar 1944 in Newel (Pskow)) war ein deutscher Politiker (NSDAP). Er war von 1937 bis 1938 Oberbürgermeister von Wittenberg und 1939 von Koblenz sowie Mitglied des Reichstags. Habicht gilt als wichtigster Drahtzieher des Juliputsches der Wiener SS-Standarte 89, bei dem der österreichische Bundeskanzler Dollfuß am 25. Juli 1934 ermordet wurde. (de)
  • Born in Wiesbaden and educated in his hometown and Berlin, he volunteered for the German Imperial Army in 1915, serving on the Western Front and at Isonzo in Italy. Briefly involved with communism after his 1919 demobilization he soon took part in skirmishes against the Spartacist League before settling into various low-level white-collar jobs. (en)
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