Gerhard Boldt ( born January 24, 1918 in Lübeck, † 7 May 1981 in Lübeck ) was a German officer. He found himself as captain until April 29, 1945 along with Adolf Hitler in the Führerbunker in Berlin. Then he sat down with Bernd Freytag von Loringhoven to the west and passed into British captivity.
On August 4, 1943, he was awarded as a first lieutenant in the 58th Infantry Division on the Eastern Front the Knight's Cross for bravery.
In the last days of the Second World War he was FHO directly to the department Reinhard Gehlen, who later built the Federal Intelligence Service.
- Hitler: The Last Days in the Reich Chancellery. Ullsteinhaus, 1973, ISBN 3-550-07295-3.