Friedrich Karl Klausing belonged to Potsdam's 9th
Infantry Regiment. On July 11, 1944,
he accompanied Colonel
Claus von Stauffenberg as adjutant to Hitler's Berghof residence. Klausing made certain a car and plane were standing
by for the getaway to Berlin.
On July 15, he accompanies Stauffenberg in the same
capacity to the Wolf's Lair.
20, 1944, Klausing dispatched co-conspirators in the plot against
Hitler — von Kleist, von Hammerstein, and von Oppen — from
Berlin's Esplanade Hotel to Bendlerstrasse to help Stauffenberg launch the uprising.
Klausing was tried for his role in the conspiracy by
the “People's Court” and executed.