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mulisch wrote:Here is some more information about Traub, according to the DAL 1938.
SS-Untersturmführer Wilhelm Traub
NSDAP nr.: 4355116
SS nr.: 290239
According to the "Gräbernachweis des Volksbundes
Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge e.V." there is a Wilhelm Rudolf Traub, wich i think could be the same, but he was a Oberleutnant.
Vorname: Wilhelm Rudolf
Todesort: Laz. Novi Vrbas-Backa/ Jugosl.
I hope this give you more information.
mulisch wrote:In the book "Allgemeine SS" from Mark C. Yeger is stated that he was SS und Polizeigebietskommandeur "Quarnero" from October 27, 144 till 1945 as a SS-Obersturmbannführer.
The question is indeed was he a reserve Oberleutnant in the army (heer) ??
Maybe we are talking about two different people here with the same familyname and date of birth ??
mulisch wrote:My research is not over yet, because there is still one question. If this is the same guy (and i think so) why is he burried as a Oberleutnant in the army (heer). According to the DAL Oct. 1943 (info Jérôme), there is not stated that he was a reserve officer in army. Perhaps there is more info in the DAL 1944 ??
The second question is is there more info about his trial ???
Thanks in advance,
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