|born on||3 April 1881 at 03:00 (= 03:00 AM )|
|Place||Rostock, Germany, 54n05, 12e07|
|Timezone||LMT m12e07 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||13°28' 04°00 Asc. 21°24'|
German politician, Imperial Navy officer, and combative pacifist, Hans Paasche was also a big game hunter and nature conservationist, explorer of Africa and life reformer, alcohol abstainer and vegetarian, author and revolutionary.
He was the son of the Reichstag vice president Hermann Paasche and Lisi Paasche, and was married to Gabrielle (Ellen) Witting. After the sudden death of Ellen at twenty nine, he retreated to his estate at Waldfrieden to take care of his four young children.
His assassination was ultimately decreed by the ultra-nationalist death squad Organisation Consul. On 21 May 1920, at the age of 39, he was shot by a commando of sixty soldiers from District Command III while supposedly trying to escape.
Sy Scholfield quotes "Hans Paasche: Militant Pacifist in Imperial Germany" by Werner Lange (Trafford, 2005), p. 2: "Life began for him at three o'clock in the morning on April 3rd, 1881, ... in ... Rostock. ... (according to) His birth certificate, number 301/1881."
- Traits : Body : Diet unusual (Vegetarian)
- Vocation : Military : Military service (Imperial Navy officer)
- Vocation : Politics : Activist/ political (Pacifist)
- Vocation : Travel : Explorer
- Vocation : Misc. : Outdoor vocations (Big game hunter and nature conservationist)