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Hackh


Hackh, Rudolf (1900-1950) German engineer. Member of German Rocket Team in France after WW2.

Hackh began working with von Braun at Kummersdorf in 1937 as Manager, Messgruppe (telemetry). He moved on to Peenemuende, working there from 1939 to 1944 as the Department Head of the Messabteilung. He then moved on for the final months of the war to the Electromechanische Werke, Karlshagen / Usedom, Germany, where he was Chief Engineer and Department Head for Messabteilung. By 1947 he was recruited by LRBA and moved to Vernon/Eure, France, transferring rocket measurement and telemetry technology to the French, until his death in 1950.

Birth Place: Stuttgart.


Born: 1900.08.24.
Died: 1950.09.12.

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  • Michels, Juergen and Przybilski, Olaf, Peenemuende und seine Erben in Ost und West, Bernard & Graefe, Bonn, 1997.
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  • Death of Rudolf Hackh - . Nation: France; Germany. Related Persons: Hackh. Summary: German engineer. Member of German Rocket Team in France after WW2..

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