SS and police photo id 1942

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Re: SS and police photo id 1942

Post by harmel » 22 Oct 2010 23:10

Hi Andrey-would say Meinhold as well !!.
Well done
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Re: SS and police photo id 1942

Post by Andrey » 23 Oct 2010 08:05

Many thanks Harmel for your confirm!
Maybe somebody others from AHF competent experts will express their opinion about unknown SS-Brif.?
And maybe there are other Schäfer Karl photos to compare?

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Re: SS and police photo id 1942

Post by Andrey » 25 Oct 2010 19:14

Сan anyone even say something? Or the topic not interesting? Sorry ...
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Re: SS and police photo id 1942

Post by Phil Nix » 26 Oct 2010 11:01

Andrey wrote:Many thanks Harmel for your confirm!
Maybe somebody others from AHF competent experts will express their opinion about unknown SS-Brif.?
And maybe there are other Schäfer Karl photos to compare?

Andrey.
A search as shown above will produce a picture of Schäfer
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Re: SS and police photo id 1942

Post by Igor Karpov » 18 Sep 2021 19:15

h1bennett wrote:
03 Sep 2007 09:57
The attached are stills from a film which turned up last year in England in Devon. I am researching the film on behalf of the copyright holders South West Film and TV archiv. The film lasts for 10 mins and shows police operations in South Russia in 1942. My question is can anyone id any of the characters in the stills?

Harry Bennett

Reader in History, University of Plymouth[img[/img]
Still #3, center: it could be Regierungsbaurat Dr. Ing. Ertl from Organisation Todt, head of the Sondereinsatz Kertsch.

Regards,
Igor

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Post by Wojna1906@ » 08 Feb 2024 15:38

h1bennett wrote:
10 Sep 2007 12:00
The film does have a clear connection to the holocaust. The building of DGIV used masses of slave labour (Jewish, POW and Ukrainian). There are a couple of frames which show a pit being dug under armed guard. As you will see the pit is fairly deep. It is known that large numbers of slave labourers were shot along the roadside when they were no longer consiered to be worth their rations. The big man in undoutedly key to the film. Here are some more images.
I am interested in Gieseke and Otto Schimek. Please contact me. I am a historian and have a private museum. Email [email protected]

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