SS-Obersturmfuehrer Otto Hansen is an interesting fellow in that he lead one of the breakout groups from the Reich Chancellery in Berlin during the evening of 1st May 1945. He took his group as far as Friedrichstrasse Station, where an increasing number of soldiers and civilians were gathering. The aim for his group would then be to cross the river Spree over the nearby Weidendammer bridge, but Hansen just disappeared. Would anyone know what became of him? My interest is due to a book I am writing about the breakout from Berlin.