Wolfgang von Chamier-Glisczinski
Wolfgang von Chamier-Glisczinski (16 April 1894 – 22 August 1943) was a Generalleutnant of the Luftwaffe of Nazi Germany who fought in World War II.


Wolfgang von Chamier-Glisczinski was born on 16 April 1894 in Hagen, North Rhine-Westphalia, in the German Empire (present-day Germany). He was awarded the Iron Cross, Honour Cross of the World War, and Wound Badge for his services during World War I as a soldier of the Deutsches Heer. In 1934 he left the Heer and became a member of the Luftwaffe air force of Nazi Germany, and fought in the invasion of Poland, the war in the Low Countries and France, the Battle of Britain, and Operation Barbarossa during World War II. On 22 August 1943 he died in an air crash at Sisak, Croatia.