For Sale: Digitized Photos & Records from NARA

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For Sale: Digitized Photos & Records from NARA

Post by MLW » 04 Nov 2011 21:56

For many people, the US National Archives (NARA) are inaccessible. I am fortunate to live nearby and do research there on a weekly basis. I also have a large format scanner. As such, I am able to produce high-quality scans of documents and photographs and then sell them at reasonable prices.

For example, I offer DVDs with 600dpi scans of all the images in the Rommel collection (France 1940 and North Africa 1941) and am in the process of scanning all the contact sheets from the SS-Kriegsberichter (war correspondents) collection (over 30,000 images). I also offer inexpensive digitized copies of microfilmed documents from NARA's captured German Records Collection (war diaries, intelligence reports, and situation maps) for $10-20 each (versus NARA's $125 price). My product list includes:

• German Army intelligence studies
• German Army order of battle charts
• Maginot Line, West Wall, and Atlantic Wall documents and photographs
• War diary documents from Army Groups D, G, Center, and North
• Eastern and Western Front situation maps and combat reports
• German Army Propaganda Company and SS-Kriegsberichter photograph collections
• Rommel's France 1940 and North Africa photograph collection

You can see a few of my products for sale on eBay at http://stores.ebay.com/digitalhistoryarchive

I have an extensive product list and am adding new items every month. For the most current copy, please PM me or email me at digitalhistoryarchive (at) verizon.net

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The Invasion of Russia: 15th Inf Rgt, 29th ID, 1941

Post by MLW » 06 Nov 2011 18:27

The Invasion of Russia: 15th Infantry Regiment, 29th Infantry Division, 1941

Here is a great collection of photos that I scanned at NARA yesterday and am now offering for sale:

DVD with 800dpi scans of 198 photographs taken of the 15th Infantry Regiment, 29 Infantry Division of the 47th Panzer Corps. The collection includes photographs of unit operations and activities at Warsaw, crossing of the Bug River, Minsk, Smolensk, and the Desna River in summer of 1941. The photos are captioned and are arranged in chronological order. Some are in series, showing several; views of the same scene or battle.

The collection provides a unique view of one unit's experience during the early part of Operation Barbarossa. Scenes include: German armored fighting vehicles, destroyed and captured Russian tanks, dead and captured Russian soldiers, graves of German soldiers, unit movements, infantry in the field, destroyed villages, and division, corps and army group commanders. The regiment was later surrounded and destroyed at Stalingrad.

I have attached a few low resolution scans from the collection.

Price: $10 plus postage

If interested, please PM me or email at digitalhistoryarchive (at) verizon.net

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Knight's Cross (Ritterkreuzträger) Holder Data 1942-45

Post by MLW » 21 Nov 2011 01:53

I recent received a copy of NARA microfilm roll T-78 R-42. It contains 1,543 images of files from the OKH Personnel Office concerning financial support provided to families of 94 Army holders of the Knight's Cross (Ritterkreuzträger) whose names began with E, H, O-Pf, N, Pi-Q, and R, who were killed from 1942-45. The files are in alphabetical order. Funds provided included money from Hitler's personal disposal and range from nominal figures to the hundreds of thousands of Reich Marks in individual cases. Information in each file varies, but often contains the unit order awarding the Knight's Cross, the deceased's address, next of kin, date and circumstances of death, and financial support provided. Sometimes grave locations, death notices, and biographical information is included. It very interesting to see the documents, when the family of the Knight's Cross holder could not be found; for example, because their house was destroyed in a bombing.

This is an unusual collection of documents and is a must for those researching Knight's Cross holders.

The price is $15 plus postage. If interested please contact me at digitalhistoryarchive (at) verizon.net

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Re: For Sale: Digitized Photos & Records from NARA

Post by MLW » 01 Jan 2012 15:12

January 2012 - Eight New Products!

I have eight new products for sale:
• CD with stereographic images of German Forces during the invasion of Poland.
• Six new DVDs of Captured German Records from the US National Archives (NARA).
• DVD with two WWI Italian Front photograph collections.

If interested, or if you would like a complete list of my product offerings, please PM me or email at digitalhistoryarchive (at) verizon.net

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Marc

Here are detailed descriptions of my new products:

Invasion of Poland, 1939 Photograph Collection
CD with 800dpi scans of 99 stereographic views (one card is missing), "Soldaten des Fuhrers im Felde" (The Fuhrer's Soldiers in the Field), depicting Germany's invasion of Poland, photographed by members of Propagandakompanie "Hugo Jäger" and by Heinrich Hoffmann. Included are photographs of destroyed Polish positions at Hela, ships at Gotenhaven, German ships off the Wessereplatte, Polish villages, POWs, destroyed and captured equipment, cities of Lodz, Warsaw, Hitler in Warsaw and at the FHQ, German and Soviet soldiers at the demarcation line, and scenes of German troops. $10

OKH, Various Army Historical Archive Files
T-78, Roll 32: Two DVDs with 1,171 images of files collected by Chef der Heeresarchive including several lists of engagements on the Eastern Front in which German units were involved (Originale Schlacht-und Gefechts-bezeichnungen), 1941-43; OKH daily situation reports from May 10 to July 8, 1940 for Army Groups A, B, and C during Fall Gelb and Fall Rot; various records dating from 1893 to 1914 on training of the Bavarian 10th Infantry Regiment; records concerning the administration of the German occupation of France, organization, control and discipline of troops; a series of maps and charts en the military administration, 1940-42. $15

OKH, Unit Activation, Disbandment, & Replacement Files Sep 43 - Apr 45
T-78 Roll 533: Two DVDs with 1,183 images of orders concerning organization, personnel, and supply matters, and activation and disposition of military units on all fronts; Sep 43 - Apr 45; war diary concerning armaments, war production, and other military economic matters, May 44 - Feb 45; correspondence and reports concerning manpower distribution and activation and deployment of various military units, Sep - Nov 44; war diaries concerning the activation, reorganization, and deployment of various military units and security complements for defensive positions in Hungary (Margarethenstellung); directives and tables of organization and equipment for the General of Signal Intelligence and armored train commanders, Dec 44 - Jan 45; war diary concerning the activation and organization of combat units and personnel replacement problems, and strength reports for army groups on all fronts, Mar - May 44; war diary and tables of organization concerning the activation of combat units and personnel replacement matters, Apr - Jun 44. $15

4th Army, War Diary (Kriegstagebuch) Jul - Aug 1940
T-312 Roll 132: DVD with 1,374 images of daily reports relative to strength of subordinate units, daily orders and activity reports, troop movement and disposition, enemy (British) air activity, July 31 - Aug 23, 40; detailed information on engagements of subordinate units, troop transports, shifting of divisions from the west to the east, and British air activity, Aug 24 - Sep 28, 40; nine maps of PW collecting areas, training areas, administration in France, organization and location of the Fourth Army, billet areas for the XI Corps, planned organization of the Seventh Army; maps of Fourth Army units in occupied France, July 12 - Aug 30, 40; reports from various units of the Fourth Army concerning events during the occupation of France, June 24 - Sep 9, 40; operational reports from subordinate units, June 23 - July 8, 1940; account of experiences during the Western campaign on such subjects as tactics, organization, ammunition and equipment, transportation, and supply, July - Aug 40. $15

Army Group B, War Diary (Kriegstagebuch) Apr - May 1940
T-311 Roll 209: Two DVDs with 1,212 images of orders and reports relating to the commitment and mission of Army Group B units and amendments to plans for Fall Gelb, Apr 23 - May 3, 40; Army Orders No. 1-16 on the tactical land and air mission and operations of AOK 6 units in Belgium, Holland, and northern France, appraisals of the enemy situation, including map showing the tactical disposition of enemy forces in Belgium, Reports concerning assignments, march movements, and subordination of AOK.6 units before execution of Fall Gelb, Apr 2 - May 31, 40; reports of losses, march movements, troop identification, tactical land and air operations, and situation in Belgium, Holland, and northern France, including capitulation of the Belgian Army and tactical operations and the encirclement of Dunkerque, May 10 - 31, 40; OKH orders on the organization, reorganization, and re-designation of units and Kriegsstarkenachweisungen of Army Group B, Apr 1 - May 27, 40. 15$

9th Army, War Diary (Kriegstagebuch) May 1940 - Jan 1941
T-312 Roll 267: DVD with 867 images of a 62-page account of the Ninth Army's operations in the Western campaign, including maps of the Rheims-Epernay area, Jun 5 - 22, 40; war diary of the 9th Army's doctor, May 4 - Jun 17 1940; directives and reports on medical units, hospitals and dispensaries, May 40 - Jan 41; daily reports and messages, May 27 - Jul 6, 40; reports of air reconnaissance prepared by Koluft 9, May 27 - Jun 25, 40. $15

16th Army, War Diary (Kriegstagebuch) May - Oct 1940
T-312 Roll 522: DVD with 1,087 images of a report of the experiences of AOK 16 in the engagement in the Valley of Chiers, Northern France, May 10 - 29, 40; report of the 58th Division concerning attacks of June 9-10 and May 9 - June 24, 40; Army Group messages May 10 - Jul 18, 40; a historical report titled "Die Mosel-Armee. Die 16. Armee von der Mosel zur Mosel: Kurze fibersicht uber die Tatlgkeit von 10. Mai bis 22. Juni 1940"; reports of visits of foreign military dignitaries and American journalists; a critique of the engagement at Toul; a study of the English defensive positions at Canterbury-Brighton, Aug 7, 40 - Jan 2, 41; misc. maps of own and enemy units in Belgium and France. May 11, 40 - Feb 21, 41; activity reports from Oct 22, 39 - Oct 24, 40. $15

WWI Italian Front Photograph Collection
DVD with 394 jpeg images (800 dpi) from two WWI photograph collections located in the US National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). "Austrian Military Activities on the Izonzo and Dalmatian Fronts, 1914-18" with 227 images loosely arranged by subject - artillery (51 images, including fortifications), aviation and anti-aircraft (3 images), cavalry (11 images), infantry (86 images), medical corps (9 images), and miscellaneous (67 images). The photographs may have been official Austrian photographs; many are marked "Korps Hoffmann" and captioned in English. "Italian Military Troops, Equipment, and Activities, 1918" with 167 images of troops on parade, in battle, and engaged in recreational activity; battlefields; and military equipment presumably taken by the Italian government. A few of the photographs are captioned. $10

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US Army Report on German Concrete Fortifications

Post by MLW » 08 Jan 2012 14:02

Last week I scanned a document at NARA about the Atlantic Wall fortifications in Normandy. Here is a description of the the document:

US Army Report on German Concrete Fortifications Sep-Oct 1944
DVD containing 245 scanned images of a declassified US Army study titled "Report on German Concrete Fortifications," prepared by the Office of Chief of Engineers, Headquarters, European Theater of Operations. This document describes German defenses, camouflage of concrete fortifications, common types of fortifications and strong points (with 62 detailed diagrams), and the effect of artillery fire on German concrete fortifications in Normandy. Includes two appendices on beach and coastal defenses in the Cherbourg area and the effect of artillery fire during the assault on St. Malo, and a map showing the location of all strong points studied in the report. The report also includes numerous photographs, but because the original document at NARA is a photocopy, the photographs are poor quality. Pages were scanned were made at 300dpi. The map was scanned at 800dpi. $15

I am having problems posting attachments, so please PM for more sample scans of the document.

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Re: For Sale: Digitized Photos & Records from NARA

Post by MLW » 18 Jan 2012 02:20

Hello,

My latest product list can be seen here - http://downloads.sturmpanzer.net/MLW/Di ... ctList.pdf

The newest offering are:

Invasion of Poland 1939 Photograph Collection
CD with 800dpi scans of 99 stereographic views (one card is missing), "Soldaten des Fuhrers im Felde" (The Fuhrer's Soldiers in the Field), depicting Germany's invasion of Poland, photographed by members of Propagandakompanie "Hugo Jäger" and by Heinrich Hoffmann. Included are photographs of destroyed Polish positions at Hela, ships at Gotenhaven, German ships off the Wessereplatte, Polish villages, POWs, destroyed and captured equipment, cities of Lodz, Warsaw, Hitler in Warsaw and at the FHQ, German and Soviet soldiers at the demarcation line, and scenes of German troops. $10

OKH, Various Army Historical Archive Files
T-78, Roll 32: Two DVDs with 1,171 images of files collected by Chef der Heeresarchive including several lists of engagements on the Eastern Front in which German units were involved (Originale Schlacht-und Gefechts-bezeichnungen), 1941-43; OKH daily situation reports from May 10 to July 8, 1940 for Army Groups A, B, and C during Fall Gelb and Fall Rot; various records dating from 1893 to 1914 on training of the Bavarian 10th Infantry Regiment; records concerning the administration of the German occupation of France, organization, control and discipline of troops; a series of maps and charts en the military administration, 1940-42. $15

OKH, Unit Activation, Disbandment, & Replacement Files Sep 43 - Apr 45
T-78 Roll 533: Two DVDs with 1,183 images of orders concerning organization, personnel, and supply matters, and activation and disposition of military units on all fronts; Sep 43 - Apr 45; war diary concerning armaments, war production, and other military economic matters, May 44 - Feb 45; correspondence and reports concerning manpower distribution and activation and deployment of various military units, Sep - Nov 44; war diaries concerning the activation, reorganization, and deployment of various military units and security complements for defensive positions in Hungary (Margarethenstellung); directives and tables of organization and equipment for the General of Signal Intelligence and armored train commanders, Dec 44 - Jan 45; war diary concerning the activation and organization of combat units and personnel replacement problems, and strength reports for army groups on all fronts, Mar - May 44; war diary and tables of organization concerning the activation of combat units and personnel replacement matters, Apr - Jun 44. $15

4th Army, War Diary (Kriegstagebuch) Jul - Aug 1940
T-312 Roll 132: DVD with 1,374 images of daily reports relative to strength of subordinate units, daily orders and activity reports, troop movement and disposition, enemy (British) air activity, July 31 - Aug 23, 40; detailed information on engagements of subordinate units, troop transports, shifting of divisions from the west to the east, and British air activity, Aug 24 - Sep 28, 40; nine maps of PW collecting areas, training areas, administration in France, organization and location of the Fourth Army, billet areas for the XI Corps, planned organization of the Seventh Army; maps of Fourth Army units in occupied France, July 12 - Aug 30, 40; reports from various units of the Fourth Army concerning events during the occupation of France, June 24 - Sep 9, 40; operational reports from subordinate units, June 23 - July 8, 1940; account of experiences during the Western campaign on such subjects as tactics, organization, ammunition and equipment, transportation, and supply, July - Aug 40. $15

Army Group B, War Diary (Kriegstagebuch) Apr - May 1940
T-311 Roll 209: Two DVDs with 1,212 images of orders and reports relating to the commitment and mission of Army Group B units and amendments to plans for Fall Gelb, Apr 23 - May 3, 40; Army Orders No. 1-16 on the tactical land and air mission and operations of AOK 6 units in Belgium, Holland, and northern France, appraisals of the enemy situation, including map showing the tactical disposition of enemy forces in Belgium, Reports concerning assignments, march movements, and subordination of AOK.6 units before execution of Fall Gelb, Apr 2 - May 31, 40; reports of losses, march movements, troop identification, tactical land and air operations, and situation in Belgium, Holland, and northern France, including capitulation of the Belgian Army and tactical operations and the encirclement of Dunkerque, May 10 - 31, 40; OKH orders on the organization, reorganization, and re-designation of units and Kriegsstarkenachweisungen of Army Group B, Apr 1 - May 27, 40. 15$

9th Army, War Diary (Kriegstagebuch) May 1940 - Jan 1941
T-312 Roll 267: DVD with 867 images of a 62-page account of the Ninth Army's operations in the Western campaign, including maps of the Rheims-Epernay area, Jun 5 - 22, 40; war diary of the 9th Army's doctor, May 4 - Jun 17 1940; directives and reports on medical units, hospitals and dispensaries, May 40 - Jan 41; daily reports and messages, May 27 - Jul 6, 40; reports of air reconnaissance prepared by Koluft 9, May 27 - Jun 25, 40. $15

16th Army, War Diary (Kriegstagebuch) May - Oct 1940
T-312 Roll 522: DVD with 1,087 images of a report of the experiences of AOK 16 in the engagement in the Valley of Chiers, Northern France, May 10 - 29, 40; report of the 58th Division concerning attacks of June 9-10 and May 9 - June 24, 40; Army Group messages May 10 - Jul 18, 40; a historical report titled "Die Mosel-Armee. Die 16. Armee von der Mosel zur Mosel: Kurze fibersicht uber die Tatlgkeit von 10. Mai bis 22. Juni 1940"; reports of visits of foreign military dignitaries and American journalists; a critique of the engagement at Toul; a study of the English defensive positions at Canterbury-Brighton, Aug 7, 40 - Jan 2, 41; misc. maps of own and enemy units in Belgium and France. May 11, 40 - Feb 21, 41; activity reports from Oct 22, 39 - Oct 24, 40. $15

WWI Italian Front Photograph Collection
DVD with 394 jpeg images (800 dpi) from two WWI photograph collections located in the US National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). "Austrian Military Activities on the Izonzo and Dalmatian Fronts, 1914-18" with 227 images loosely arranged by subject - artillery (51 images, including fortifications), aviation and anti-aircraft (3 images), cavalry (11 images), infantry (86 images), medical corps (9 images), and miscellaneous (67 images). The photographs may have been official Austrian photographs; many are marked "Korps Hoffmann" and captioned in English. "Italian Military Troops, Equipment, and Activities, 1918" with 167 images of troops on parade, in battle, and engaged in recreational activity; battlefields; and military equipment presumably taken by the Italian government. A few of the photographs are captioned. $10

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Marc

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March 2012 - Nine New Products for Sale!

Post by MLW » 05 Mar 2012 00:16

Hello all!

I have nine new products for sale. Please email me at digitalhistory(at)verizon.net for information or orders. My product list can be downloaded here - http://downloads.sturmpanzer.net/MLW/Di ... ctList.pdf

Regards,
Marc

Propaganda Ministry: Casualty Reports of PK Units 1943-45
T-70 Roll-106: Two DVDs with 1,376 images of files from the Propaganda Ministry. Includes a file containing 300 images of casualty reports of Army, Navy, and Air Force PK units, including personnel from SS-Standarte Kurt Eggers, dated Oct 43 - Mar 45. Some documents are reproduced clearly while others were water damaged and are partially illegible. $15

6th Army, Intel & Aerial Photo Reports May 40 - Sep 41
T-312 Roll 1426: DVD with 792 images of charts on Soviet fortifications and installations in Galicia, May 1940 - Mar 1941; situation and communication maps of Northern and Eastern France, May - Jun 40; charts and reports of aerial strikes and potential targets in Western France and England, chiefly the channel ports and shipping; reports on Allied aerial sorties in France, Oct 40 - Jan 41; charts and reports of aerial strikes on the French channel ports and of attacks on military installations in England; Mar - Jun 41; charts and reports of reconnaissance missions over Southwestern White Russia and Northwestern Ukraine chiefly concerning Soviet airfields and air strength, Oct 40 - Jan 41; 19 situation maps of the Eastern Front (Baltic to Black Sea) showing disposition of Soviet units, Aug - Sep 41. 15$

7th Army, War Diary Intel Reports August 39 - May 40
T-312 Roll 1514: Two DVDs with 1,188 images of reports concerning road conditions, closing of the Swiss border, the employment of the National Labor Service, Military Police, and Organization Todt, and order of battle of Road Construction Battalions 551 and 556, and maps indicating roads under construction, bridges strengthened, and march and supply routes in the Upper Rhine area Apr-May 40; war journal of the Intelligence Officer and the Security Officer and a directory of officers of intelligence and security detachments Aug 39-May 40; reports of the enemy situation, fortifications, air situation, and border problems with Switzerland, Dec 39-May 40; daily reports pertaining to enemy activities, ground and air situation, the German military situation, and weather reports Sep-Dec 39. 15$

V Corps, War Diary May - Jun 40
T-314 Roll 241: Two DVDs with 1,228 images of combat orders and reports concerning the battle of Liege, May 10 - 19, 1940; combat orders and reports concerning the battle on the Somme River, May 19 - Jun 4, 1940, captured personnel and equipment, Jun 7-18 1940; battles in the Liege and Loire River areas, May 29 - Jun 22, 1940; a captured French map of the Siegfried Line and other captured documents, with German translations, Aug 39 - Jun 40; reports and directives regarding transportation, communications, and engineering matters before and during the campaign in the West, Nov 12, 1939 - Jun 12, 1940; maps of enemy and own situations, Jun 6-15, 1940; war journal of the Supply Branch. Jan-Jul 40. 15$

US Army Report on German Concrete Fortifications Sep-Oct 1944
DVD containing 244 scanned images of a declassified US Army study titled "Report on German Concrete Fortifications," prepared by the Office of Chief of Engineers, Headquarters, European Theater of Operations. This document describes German defenses, camouflage of concrete fortifications, common types of fortifications and strong points (with 62 detailed diagrams), and the effect of artillery fire on German concrete fortifications in Normandy. Includes to appendices on beach and costal defenses in the Cherbourg area and the effect of artillery fire during the assault on St. Malo, and a map showing the location of all strong points studied in the report. The report also includes numerous photographs, but because the original document at NARA is a photocopy, the photographs are poor quality. Pages were scanned were made at 300dpi. The map was scanned at 800dpi. $15

Rommel WWII Photo Collection – Part 3, Family and Military Activities, 1941
DVD with images from two collections of photographs from the Rommel Photograph Collection located in the US National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). "General Erwin Rommel, His Family, and Military Activities, 1941." Contact prints of 10 rolls of film depicting Rommel, his wife, Lucie, and son, Manfred, as well as a variety of military scenes in North Africa. None of the photographs are captioned, but family scenes are informal and appear to be taken at Rommel's home or on vacation somewhere in Europe. Military scenes include desert views, a parade, equipment, and troops arriving in Africa. "General Erwin Rommel's Campaign in North Africa, 1941." 169 images of color slides, possibly photographed by Rommel himself, depicting desert scenes, arrival of troops and supplies, equipment and headquarters (includes a few stray images such as an image of panzers in France and Rommel's house in Germany). None of the images is captioned. $10

WWI German Army Abbreviations and Map Symbols
CD with three useful reference documents: "Abkürzungen in Militärischen Akten" (Abbreviations in Military Documents), produced by the Reichsarchiv in1928, 91 pages; "Taktische Zeichen" (Tactical Symbols for Maps) produced by the Chief of the Kriegs Vermessungs Wesens, 1917, 35 pages; and "Official Abbreviations used in the German Army", produced by the US Army in1919, 4 pages. $10

WWI German Study of Tank Action at Villers-Bretonneux, April 25 1918
DVD containing jpeg images of a German-language document titled "Bericht über Erfahrungen beim Einsatz der deutschen Panzerkraftwagen im Jahre 1918." The report produced by the US Army in 1932 is a certified true copy of the original German Army document in the Reichsarchiv. It contains orders, war diary entries, and after action comments from the various units involved in the operation. 161 pages (200dpi) with four maps (600dpi). Also included on the DVD is a 161 page German-language study titled "The Employment of Tanks by Armies in the War 1914-18" (Verwendung strassenpanzerkraftwagen in den Herren das Weltkrieges 1914/18: Wo wird ihre Entwicklung beeinflusst?) concerning the employment of armored vehicles by various armies during WWI and the factors influencing their development. $15

WWI German Military Activities Photo Collection
DVD with 477 jpeg images from two WWI photograph collections located in the US National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). "Photographs from the Rehse Archiv, 1914-1936." An eclectic collection of 364 photographs (scanned at 600 dpi) from the F.J.M. Rehse Archiv fuer Zeitgeschichte und Publizistik, confiscated by Allied authorities after the Second World War. Most of the photographs were taken during the First World War depicting German troops, especially troops from Bavaria, both in the front lines and rear areas. Includes images of prisoners-of-war, various important personalities, aerial photographs of villages behind French lines. Includes a meter-long panoramic of the Verdun battlefield from Hill 378 east of Louvement. Most photos are captioned and dated. Many photos were taken by Heinrich Hoffmann who was later became the official Nazi Party photographer. "Photographic Album of the Aus den Kampfen nordlich Verdun (The Fighting North of Verdun), 1916." Album of 113 photos (scanned at 800 dpi) prepared by Artillery Survey Section 25 of the Bavarian Foot Artillery, showing captured positions, trenches, bunkers, dugouts, street scenes, and buildings in and around the destroyed village of Haumont; ruined buildings in Brabant and Beaumont; artillery pieces in position about LeFay; German camps in Caures Wood and bunkers near Ville; artillery and tank positions near Herbebois; and French POWs. A map appears before each section which indicates the position where the corresponding numbered photographs were taken. All photographs are captioned in German. $15

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Re: For Sale: Digitized Photos & Records from NARA

Post by Acid_Reptile » 07 Mar 2012 09:11

Looking for T-283 Roll 41. Do you have it?

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Re: For Sale: Digitized Photos & Records from NARA

Post by MLW » 07 Mar 2012 17:58

Sorry, no. I have nothing from the collection of German Military and Technical Manuals.

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Re: For Sale: Digitized Photos & Records from NARA

Post by RST » 07 Mar 2012 23:57

Looking for court files and verdicts of Hauptamt SS-Gericht München - SS Court Head Office Munich from 1937 possibly even early 1938. Looking for the Name "Stahlmann"
Also interested in photos of Albert Stahlmann from 1938 to Dec 1941 by when he got wounded during Operation Barbarossa
He was with 3. SS-T.V. Standarte "Thüringen"
If you have details , documents or photos of him in relation to: SS-Kraftfahrtechnische Lehranstalt "Wien"
The time in question is 1942-1945. In 1943 he was promoted from SS-Hauptsturmfuehrer to SS-Sturmbannfuehrer.
Hardly low key. So there should be stuff on Film at NARA.
Some Documents have been published here in the Forum by Jerome http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic. ... 8&t=137212
So I have no need for any of this again, unless your scans are of significant better quality and of course any other documents.
Looking forward to your reply and what you have on offer.

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Re: For Sale: Digitized Photos & Records from NARA

Post by MLW » 08 Mar 2012 00:07

Hi. Unfortunately, what you are asking for requires very specific and detailed research at NARA. I also believe the research is time consuming. For those two reasons, I am not the right person for that kind of work. You need the services of a full-time researcher at NARA. I can recommend one if you want.

Regards, Marc

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Re: For Sale: Digitized Photos & Records from NARA

Post by coburg22 » 09 Mar 2012 16:09

Hello Marc,
Just waiting to get caught up on some bills then I plan on ordering most of them, love the photos can you please provide a few more samples, especially like those shown above?

Best Regards,

James

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Re: For Sale: Digitized Photos & Records from NARA

Post by MLW » 09 Mar 2012 21:19

Hello James,

Here are two low-resolution images from Rommel WWII Photo Collection – Part 3, Family and Military Activities, 1941.

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Marc
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Re: For Sale: Digitized Photos & Records from NARA

Post by MLW » 09 Mar 2012 21:21

Here are two low-resolution images from the WWI German Military Activities Photo Collection.

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Re: For Sale: Digitized Photos & Records from NARA

Post by coburg22 » 10 Mar 2012 02:49

Marc,

Thank you very much, the photos are excellent especially the WWI images.

Best,

James

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