Request for Identification of SS-officers

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Re: Request for Identification of SS-officers

Post by Andrey » 20 May 2020 10:15

mil-archive wrote:
20 May 2020 10:07
Andrey wrote:
20 May 2020 09:10
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Judging by your logic, after a while you will post the same photo again here?
Insanity in my opinion, sorry... :wink:

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That's incorrect. I've been posting here about 12 years and that I recall that was the first time I have ever posted the same image twice and for the reasons given (I missed a directly reply to my post over 3 months ago and didn't expect anyone to have to go scrolling back through the thread to be able to follow). I wouldn't call that insanity, if anything this is it's an over reaction on your part in my view.
No. Just normal reaktion as a moderator.
Nothing personal.
... and "12 years" has nothing to do with it.

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Re: Request for Identification of SS-officers

Post by history1 » 20 May 2020 12:20

mil-archive wrote:
19 May 2020 22:37
history1 wrote:
10 Feb 2020 10:39
mil-archive I guess it´s rather you who should be able to tell us who those men are when you´re holding a copyright for this image. Who took that image and where, please? TIA.
Just saw this now. I own the copyright because I bought the albums, scanned the images and put some online. If I knew the names I would not be asking.

This is from a 2 album set belonging to Herbert Dietrich, who went through Czechoslovakia, Poland and ended up working for Der Beauftragte Reichskommissars Für Provinz Noord Holland Rev.-Leutnant d.SchP. Boldt.
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Some info about the copyright laws in Ireland:
In Ireland, and throughout the European Union, copyright lasts for the creators lifetime plus a further 70 years. [...] A common misconception is that the owner of an artwork automatically owns the copyright in the work. Copyright remains with the artist even when the physical artwork is sold. The only way to transfer copyright ownership is in writing.
Source: https://ivaro.ie/copyright/
It seems that you´re mistaken that you hold the copyright.

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Re: Request for Identification of SS-officers

Post by mil-archive » 20 May 2020 13:15

history1 wrote:
20 May 2020 12:20
mil-archive wrote:
19 May 2020 22:37
history1 wrote:
10 Feb 2020 10:39
mil-archive I guess it´s rather you who should be able to tell us who those men are when you´re holding a copyright for this image. Who took that image and where, please? TIA.
Just saw this now. I own the copyright because I bought the albums, scanned the images and put some online. If I knew the names I would not be asking.

This is from a 2 album set belonging to Herbert Dietrich, who went through Czechoslovakia, Poland and ended up working for Der Beauftragte Reichskommissars Für Provinz Noord Holland Rev.-Leutnant d.SchP. Boldt.
[...]
Some info about the copyright laws in Ireland:
In Ireland, and throughout the European Union, copyright lasts for the creators lifetime plus a further 70 years. [...] A common misconception is that the owner of an artwork automatically owns the copyright in the work. Copyright remains with the artist even when the physical artwork is sold. The only way to transfer copyright ownership is in writing.
Source: https://ivaro.ie/copyright/
It seems that you´re mistaken that you hold the copyright.
This 'conversation' crops up periodically goes around in circles and then everyone dies of boredom in the meantime. Most ww2 forums have multiple threads on this topic including this one. This particular thread is for a completely different purpose.

Usually the 2 sides of this conversation are on the one side people who spend the time and energy and money to collect and preserve historical images/photographs. Then on the other hand people who think they can own anything anyone else places on the internet for any purpose.

I have no interest in going any further on this topic with you as life is too short.

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If anyone does happen to know who the 2 men in the above photo (back a page) are I would be interested to hear ! Thanks for checking.

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Re: Request for Identification of SS-officers

Post by ttvon » 21 May 2020 05:41

Hi,
Who is the SS-Sturmbannführer(124) in Berlin in 1943?


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Re: Request for Identification of SS-officers

Post by von thoma » 22 May 2020 15:04

Who is the SS-Officer at right?
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Re: Request for Identification of SS-officers

Post by Andrey » 22 May 2020 19:41

Last one is SS-Staf. Walther von Wiese und Kaiserswaldau.

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Re: Request for Identification of SS-officers

Post by goofy » 22 May 2020 20:01

How about this SS-Brigadeführer... Can anyone recognize him?

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Re: Request for Identification of SS-officers

Post by Andrey » 22 May 2020 20:28

Michal, It`s SS-Brif. Dr.rer.pol. Hans Nieland.

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Re: Request for Identification of SS-officers

Post by goofy » 22 May 2020 20:54

Thank you Andrey for a promt answer.
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Re: Request for Identification of SS-officers

Post by lohengrin » 23 May 2020 03:39

Hello,
I know it is a long-shot, but can anyone ID this "Deutschland" SS-Obersturmführer or the SD SS-Sturmbannführer?
Thank you!
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Re: Request for Identification of SS-officers

Post by Corax » 23 May 2020 22:45

The last one looks like Josef Kiermayer

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Re: Request for Identification of SS-officers

Post by ttvon » 24 May 2020 04:59

Who?
6. SS-Gebirgs-Division "Nord"
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Re: Request for Identification of SS-officers

Post by Andrey » 24 May 2020 09:10

Last one is SS-Brif. Bernhard Voss.

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Re: Request for Identification of SS-officers

Post by lohengrin » 24 May 2020 13:57

Corax wrote:
23 May 2020 22:45
The last one looks like Josef Kiermayer
Yes, it does! Thank you... would you know if he served in "Das Reich"?

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Re: Request for Identification of SS-officers

Post by Max Williams » 24 May 2020 14:32

lohengrin wrote:
24 May 2020 13:57
Corax wrote:
23 May 2020 22:45
The last one looks like Josef Kiermayer
Yes, it does! Thank you... would you know if he served in "Das Reich"?
That's not Sepp Kiermaier.
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