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history1 wrote:The sign on her badge remembers me on the municipal railway nowadays.
Compare it: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Datei:S-bahn-wien.JPG
Helge wrote:. Maybe it was similar to corps established in Ukraine (attached a photograph)
Max wrote:Helge wrote:. Maybe it was similar to corps established in Ukraine (attached a photograph)
http://translate.google.com.au/translat ... CGEQ7gEwCw
[Bing translation]Zhovkva resident Mary Keith, worked in the service Zonderdinst (security service recruited from local folsdoychiv, but why there appeared to Ukrainian-unknown) on her jacket and a badge with a trident, I think that she worked in the office, perhaps perekkladachem. although it had to wear caps.
Max wrote:This link is to a forum in Ukraine and seems to refer to a photo found in the house of a Polish man living[?] in Ukraine [...]
Arto O wrote:[...] Could there be a word "Generalgouvernement" in his cufftitle?[...]
Arto O wrote:Hi,
Were there females in service of Sonderdienst or is she just wearing the cap of some male member?
Source: Reibert info
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