Deciphering more German handwriting

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Deciphering more German handwriting

Post by andrew184 » 26 Oct 2019 14:19

Hi everyone,

attached are three images with some handwritten pieces. Can anyone make them out? I can see the odd word but not enough to make sense of them.

1279.jpg - This is an address in Füssen in the Allgäu. But the name of the street seems to be gobbledygook to me.

Any help would be amazing and much appreciated!

Best,
Andy
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Re: Deciphering more German handwriting

Post by nichte » 26 Oct 2019 15:39

What I think I can read.
Hiltraut


Liegnitz, den 11. 12. 43
An
den Beauftragten des Führers für die militärische
Geschichtsschreibung
Herrn Generalmajor Scherff
Auf Grund der fernmündlichen Eröffnung vom
heutigen Tage bitte ich um Beurlaubung vom lg. ds. Mts.
nach Potsdam.
Brückner.

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Lieber Scherff! Die mir überlassenen Unterlagen
gebe ich anlgd. zurück. Beharrlichkeit hat zum
Ziel geführt. Ich gratuliere!
Heil Hitler
Ihr ….. 24/2

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Füßen i/Allg., Str. d. SA 9 b./Seitz
T: 250
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Re: Deciphering more German handwriting

Post by andrew184 » 26 Oct 2019 16:49

That's amazing, thank you!

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Re: Deciphering more German handwriting

Post by andrew184 » 26 Oct 2019 17:02

I suppose the address is Straße der SA (number 9) c/o Seitz.

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Re: Deciphering more German handwriting

Post by history1 » 30 Oct 2019 17:22

In Füssen im Allgäu, correct, Andrew? And below the telephone number as you´re sure aware. Would like to know which street this is nowadays...

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Re: Deciphering more German handwriting

Post by andrew184 » 31 Oct 2019 02:01

Yes, im Allgäu. Have been trying to find references to a Strasse der SA there but can't find anything. Have also tried locating a map of the period in case it is shown there - also no luck 😟

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Re: Deciphering more German handwriting

Post by andrew184 » 12 Nov 2019 18:48

Thanks for the help so far. Just wanted to try again with the signature of the above note. Any guesses?
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Re: Deciphering more German handwriting

Post by andrew184 » 27 Nov 2019 10:48

So I've managed to solve one thing...the "Straße der SA" in Füssen im Allgäu is today's Reichenstraße. I was able to confirm this thanks to an old postcard.

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