|Paul William Baade|
|Born||April 16, 1889|
|Died||October 9, 1959(aged 70)|
|Place of birth||Fort Wayne, Indiana|
|Place of death||San Francisco, California|
|Service/branch||United States Army|
|Years of service||1911 – 1946|
|Commands held||35th Infantry Division|
Distinguished Service Medal|
Silver Star (2)
Legion of Merit
Bronze Star (3)
Paul William Baade (April 16, 1889 – October 9, 1959) was a highly decorated United States Army officer, with the rank of Major General. He is most noted as a Commander of 35th Infantry Division during World War II.
Paul William Baade was born on April 16, 1889, in Fort Wayne, Indiana as a son of Fred C. Baade and his wife Anna Paul. He attended the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York and graduated on June 13, 1911. He was commissioned a Second lieutenant on the same date.
His war record before World War I include military service with 7th Infantry Regiment at Fort D.A. Russell, Wyoming, with 8th Infantry Regiment at Philippines or with 54th Infantry Regiment at Chickamaugua Park in Georgia.
During the World War I, Baade sailed to the France and fought with 81st Infantry Division.
Here is Major general Baade's ribbon bar:
|1st Row||Army Distinguished Service Medal||Silver Star with Oak Leaf Cluster|
|2nd Row||Legion of Merit||Bronze Star Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters||Purple Heart||World War I Victory Medal with two Battle Clasps|
|3rd Row||American Defense Service Medal with Foreign Service Clasp||American Campaign Medal||European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal with four service stars||World War II Victory Medal|
|4th Row||Army of Occupation Medal||Officier of the Legion of Honor (France)||French Croix de guerre 1939-1945 with Palm||Grand Officer of the Dutch Order of Orange-Nassau|
- "Biography of Major-General Paul William Baade (1889 - 1959), USA". generals.dk. 2010-07-04. http://www.generals.dk/general/Baade/Paul_William/USA.html. Retrieved 2013-05-31.
Major General Maxwell Murray
|Commanding General of the 35th Infantry Division
January 1943 – December 1945
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