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Harald Mors
Germany military officer of World War II

Harald Mors

Harald Mors
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Intro Germany military officer of World War II
A.K.A. Harald-Otto Mors
Was Officer Military officer
From Germany
Field Military
Gender male
Birth 18 November 1910, Alexandria
Death 11 February 2001, Berg (aged 90 years)
Harald Mors
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Major Otto-Harald Mors (1910 – February 11, 2001), was a battalion commander, with the Fallschirmjäger, who planned and led the Gran Sasso raid to rescue Benito Mussolini, following his arrest in September 1943. He received the German Cross in Gold on 26 September 1943.
Mors played a key role in planning the raid, and participated as commander of the secondary force that secured the lower cable-car station at the foot of the Gran Sasso mountain as the airborne raid was underway at the mountain top, where Mussolini was held.

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