Some handwriting

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Some handwriting

Post by jpz4 » 04 Oct 2019 22:35

I've been able to decipher most of a series of written messages but some parts are still unclear to me. Any help would be very much appreciated.

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I got most of these but some words elude me and some things I'm just not sure about. ;-) (These two belong to the same message)
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Re: Some handwriting

Post by nichte » 05 Oct 2019 15:14

As I read it.
Hiltraut
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1.
Wann voraussichtlich

2.
Von den Div. keine
Meldungen. Korps
Gef. Stand Pommainville

3.
LXX IV AK stützt mit
27 Inf. Div., Piv. Hibler gegen
Linie Merri - Clinchamps und
bildet Aufnahme an Bahnlinie
Clinchamps - Occagnes mit 276
und 326 Inf. Div. für westl.
der Bahn verbleibenen Kräfte.
Von 84 Inf. Div. und 363 Inf. Div.
noch keine Meldung.
Gen. Kdo. bittet dringend
um Lageorientierung und
Kampfauftrag

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Re: Some handwriting

Post by jpz4 » 06 Oct 2019 21:14

Excellent. I think you are spot on for most of these.

The only thing that still makes no sense to me is the "Piv. Hibler" bit.

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Re: Some handwriting

Post by nichte » 06 Oct 2019 22:15

It could also read "Div. Hibler".

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Re: Some handwriting

Post by jpz4 » 06 Oct 2019 23:48

I do think it says "Div." as well, but what comes next is odd. I've checked the units in the area and I cannot link this to any of them (all commanders are known, no names come close). The Hitlerjugend was nearby, but I can't really make that fit the writing...

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