Kreymborg, Eduard | Southern Illinois University Special Collections Research Center
Eduard Kreymborg (1888-1928) and Luise Lichty (born 1889) were married and lived in Diedendorf, Hessen (now part of France). They had three children: Liesel, Eddi, and Heiner.
In March 1915 Eduard received the Friedrich-August-Cross (of Oldenburg). In 1917 Eduard was Offizier-Stellvertreter (acting officer), 3rd Kompagnie, Infantry Regiment 172, Minenwerfabteilung (mine launcher division); he was later promoted to Wachtmeister and then “Feldwebel”(Sergeant Major). Eduard was a prisoner of war in England from October 1918 to October 1919.