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Biedermann, Karl, b. Miskolc (Hungary), Aug. 11, 1890, d. Vienna, April 8, 1945 (executed), member of the resistance movement. During the uprising in February 1934 Commander-in-Chief of the Austrian Heimwehr militia, during World War II commander of the military police in Vienna with the rank of major. Together with Lieutenant R. Raschke and Captain A. Huth B. was a member of an extensive Austrian resistance unit that was preparing Vienna's peaceful surrender to the Red Army. After being betrayed, the three were sentenced to death in court-martials on April 6th and April 8th and publicly hanged at Floridsdorfer Spitz in Vienna. Biedermann-Huth-Raschke Barracks in the 14th district of Vienna.