Waffen-SS Officer Casualty Reports 1941+

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Post by John P. Moore » 16 Dec 2006 18:41

This report is from the 2nd Battalion of Rgt. "Deutshland" from October 1943.
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Post by John P. Moore » 16 Dec 2006 18:46

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Post by John P. Moore » 30 Dec 2006 23:27

Report for III.Battalion of Rgt. "Der Führer" report for January 1944
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Post by John P. Moore » 30 Dec 2006 23:29

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Post by John P. Moore » 13 Jan 2007 16:20

I am going to begin a new series of casualty reports. These will be daily reports from the II.SS-Panzer Korps during July and August 1943 - The Kursk Offensive. Casualties from the LSSAH, "Das Reich" and "Totenkopf" divisions will be listed. The names under "A" are deaths, "B" is wounded and I believe that "F" is MIA. There are quite a few spelling errors in these reports and it may take a bit of work to match the reported name to known names. My thanks to a fellow researcher in Spain who brought this information to my attention and loaned me his roll of NARA microfilm to scan.

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Post by John P. Moore » 13 Jan 2007 16:25

The locations of each division's medical units are listed in this part of the report.
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Post by John P. Moore » 27 Jan 2007 20:23

Report for 5 - 6.7.1943.
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Post by John P. Moore » 27 Jan 2007 20:24

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Post by John P. Moore » 10 Feb 2007 18:54

Reports for 6 and 7.7.1943.
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Post by John P. Moore » 10 Feb 2007 18:55

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Post by John P. Moore » 17 Feb 2007 18:35

Reports for 8 and 9.7.1943
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Post by John P. Moore » 17 Feb 2007 18:37

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Post by John P. Moore » 04 Mar 2007 19:56

Report for 10.7.1943
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Post by Mikedc » 07 Mar 2007 00:20

Hello John,

Thank you very, very much to share all these great reports with us, they're just amazing. It's just a shame that some of these reports on this page 18, especially the ones about the II. SS-Panzer-Korps, are very difficult to read. I can hardly read the names properly and it's will be pretty hard to find out what are all the correct names.
But someday I will it give it a try for sure, the more because you did a great effort by putting these hard to read reports on this forum/in this thread.

So thanks again for posting all this, it's normally a treasure with good information.
Greetings,
Mike

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Post by John P. Moore » 11 Mar 2007 19:29

These scans from the July 1943 are optimized to the max in PhotoShop. Unfortunately, there are limits and I regret that some names are difficult to read. The next series of reports will be much easier to read.

Here is the report for 11.7.1943

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