Konrad Dannenberg

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From BBC News
 Rocket Scientist from Germany

Born:August 5, 1912, Weissenfels, Germany
Died:February 16, 2009, Huntsville, AL
Buried:Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville, AL

Related Links:

•  Encyclopedia Astronautica - Bio

•  Guardian - Obituary by Nigel Fountain, March 9, 2009.

•  Huntsville Times - Obituary by Mike Hollis, February 16, 2009.

•  NASA - Article titled "Legendary Rocket Pioneer Visits Kennedy" by Elaine M. Marconi and posted December 19, 2006.

•  NASA - Obituary posted Feb. 17, 2009.

•  New York Times(might be behind a paywall) - Obituary by Jeremy Pearce, February 23, 2009.

•  The Independent - Obituary by David Childs, posted February 20, 2009.

•  Wikipedia - Bio

•  Woodard - Names of the "Original 118 Team" at Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, Alabama. List found here at Lunarpedia.org. Page under "Pioneers, Schemers and Dreamers" submitted by Grady Woodard. List shows names after Ft. Bliss with their reference work location and building number, from Redstone-Army Missile Command Roster - June 1966, MSFC 1960-1967 Charts, Organization Roster - June 1967

•  YouTube - Space Camp Video

•  FindaGrave - Page originally created by Bob Hufford on March 1, 2009 and maintained by Find A Grave.

•  BBC News - Photo source and an article on the V-2 by Paul Rincon and posted September 7, 2004.

•  inmemoryofkonrad.com - This memorial site with many pictures does not seem to be working. It was an excellent site and we will leave the link here for awhile hoping it will return. (Originally found at http://www.inmemoryofkonrad.com/In_Memory_of_Konrad_K._Dannenberg/Konrad_Dannenberg.html.)

"Group of 104 German rocket scientists in 1946, including Wernher von Braun,[1] Ludwig Roth and Arthur Rudolph, at Fort Bliss, Texas. The group had been subdivided into two sections: a smaller one at White Sands Proving Grounds for test launches and the larger at Fort Bliss for research.[2] Many had worked to develop the V-2 Rocket at Peenemünde Germany and came to the U.S. after World War II, subsequently working on various rockets including the Explorer 1 Space rocket and the Saturn (rocket) at NASA." Image and caption from Wikipedia.

"This is the key to identifying the Von Braun Team and his fellow German Rocket Experts before moving from Fort Bliss, Texas, to Huntsville, Alabama." Key from history.msfc.nasa.gov.