Robert Krauß was a German staff officer during World World War World War II
Robert Krauß was born on 20 March 1894 in Bayreuth, Bavaria, in the Kingdom of Bavaria.
He was the air-base-commandant of Halberstadt from 1935 to 1936 and Kolberg from 1938 to 1939. As World War I broke out, Krauß entered the Army as a war volunteer with the Replacement Battalion of the 1st Bavarian Field-Artillery-Regiment (16 August 1914 – 20 October 1914). By the time World World War II began, he was a Oberstleutnant (Lieutenant Colonel).
Krauß went on to serve as a Generalmajor in the Luftwaffe during World World War World War II He was an officer with special duties of the RLM and Commander-in-Chief Luftwaffe (1 November 1939 – 28 February 1940) and group-leader in the Regulations-Department, RLM (1 March 1940 – 30 September 1940).
From 1 October 1940 to 30 April 1941, he was the commander of the Greater Bomber Flying School 3 in Warsaw and air-base-commandant Warsaw. He was released from captivity in June 1947 and died in Lindau, Germany on 20 February 1953.