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|Colonel General Albert Biedenbender|
|Enlisted In||Wehrmacht, Luftwaffe|
|Appearances||Full List of Appearances|
Albert Biedenbender was at first a Oberst and was the man to have been assigned to predict where Colonel Hogan's squadron (before he became a POW) would attack next after the success of that he was promoted to General. Years later he decides to visit Hogan as it was near his enemy's birthday but he also learned of Hogan's activities in the area so he doubled the defenses protecting his plane. After meeting Hogan and telling Oberst Klink why he came, he then left when deciding where to have Hogan's party he unwittingly gave away his weakness that he was a bragger which Hogan panned to use against him in a new plan but this time, he will be using the general's own plane to bomb Stuttheim where a oil refinery was located. The dinner in Klink's quarters goes as one might expect. Biedenbender dominates the event, with Klink fawning like a puppy every chance he gets. The disgusted Hogan has no choice but to play along, using every little opportunity he gets to mislead the overconfident German general. He manages to trick Biedenbender into ordering his plane prepped for takeoff that night instead of the following night - which means reducing the guard to its normal numbers, since Biedenbender will be leaving soon. Even Hilda gets into the act, pretending to be interested in the general and staying by his side all night - much to Biedenbender's delight. Hogan excuses himself as the general prepares to leave, but Hilda agrees to accompany him to the airfield. This too is part of Hogan's plan. He does not know that while Hilda is distracting and delaying him, Hogan and the Unsung Heroes, along with the two airmen, have sped to the field ahead of him, overpowered the remaining guards along with the ground and air crew, and taken over the plane. He bids a fond farewell to Hilda and walks up to his plane - and is promptly yanked inside by LeBeau and Newkirk, both in full Luftwaffe uniform. To his shock and horror, the German fox discovers that he himself has been neatly outfoxed. Before he can so much as put up a fight his bomber is in the air and away, crewed by Hogan's men and headed for the Stuttheim refinery with Carter's bombs ... well, actually, only three of them. They had to leave one behind in order to save weight for Sergeant Schultz - who HAD to come with them in order to keep him from spoiling their plans. After a successful bomb run the two airmen take Biedenbender prisoner to England after all Hogan's men and Schultz have parachuted out Just when Hogan is about to parachute out he teases Biedenbender about what he is about to say, which he replies he doesn't Hogan revels was " Aren't you going to wish me a happy birthday" which Biedenbender replies "Hogan, you devil." At Stalag xiii he's the main suspect in the "bombing of Stuttheim" and both Hogan and Schulz blame Biedenbender which Klink cannot believe as he was "so loyal" but Hogan keeps him Quiet by saying "You know they have ways of getting things out of a man,", looking straight at Klink. The fearful camp commandant slowly nods, then sinks back into his chair, hands clasped in front of him. Meaning Hogan has not only captured him but also framed him for the bombing making him a traitor and a wanted man in all of Germany.
"I see nothing! Nothing!"
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