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Re: Motorstandarten

Post by Mikedc » 07 Dec 2010 14:03

Ewald Hennig, like he mentioned:
Ewald Hennig was promoted SS Hsf and SS Hsf der Reserve 30.1.1943 He was attached to Kraftfahreinheit 3 1938 He was awarded IK 2 and the Wound Badge in Silver WW 1
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Re: Motorstandarten

Post by Phil Nix » 07 Dec 2010 14:45

Here are the Motor Standarte 1934
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Re: Motorstandarten

Post by BB-WA » 08 Dec 2010 10:12

Hi Mike and Phil
Ewald Hennig, like he mentioned:
Ewald Hennig was promoted SS Hsf and SS Hsf der Reserve 30.1.1943 He was attached to Kraftfahreinheit 3 1938 He was awarded IK 2 and the Wound Badge in Silver WW 1
Phil Nix
I must have gone a bit brain dead reading that reply, sorry for any confusion. Yes it was Ewald Hennig, my apologies. Phil your attachments are already on page 1 of this topic, and an excellent starting point for anyone interested in the subject.

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Re: Motorstandarten

Post by Mikedc » 04 Apr 2012 17:43

Brian wrote:
SS-Sturmführer. Otto Strauch SS# 80 846 - (SS-Stuf. - 20.04.1934.)
Under this SS-number, 80.846, I did find an SS-Obersturmführer der Waffen-SS called Karl Geiger:
http://www.dws-xip.pl/reich/biografie/n ... mer80.html
And Otto Strauch is mentioned with the number 40.846:
http://www.dws-xip.pl/reich/biografie/n ... mer40.html

But when looking to the 1934 DAL/Sturmf for Otto Strauch they indeed give 80.846 as his SS-number. So I must say this is all confusing once more.

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Re: Motorstandarten

Post by lazybather » 04 Apr 2012 19:27

Mike, I don't know if this helps, but I have an Otto Strauch with the following information;

born, 9-1-1885, Wurgen/Sa
SS Nr; 40.846
NP; 1.095.035

last promotion 9-11-1940

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Re: Motorstandarten

Post by Mikedc » 04 Apr 2012 22:31

Hello Stuart,

This is the Otto Strauch who's mentioned in the 1934 SS-DAL/Sturmführer with the SS-number 80.846

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Post by radevich » 14 Jan 2014 18:47

BB-WA wrote:

* SS-Motorstandarte 15 -

SS-Sturmführer. Harald Milde SS# 53 615 - (SS-Stuf. - 20.04.1934.)
geb.14.12.1911 NSDAP-Nr.367 412
SS-Sturmführer: 20.04.1934; SS-Hauptsturmführer: 09.11.1942; SS-Hauptsturmführer d.R. Waffen-SS: 30.01.1944
SS-FHA – Kommandoamt der Allgemeinen-SS (11.42)

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Re: Motorstandarten

Post by smetanin albert » 13 Mar 2017 09:03

Add:
Hans Schilling, SS-ZA Nr.15775

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Re: Motorstandarten

Post by smetanin albert » 31 Aug 2017 09:08

ADD:
from SSO Knellessen - 1.04.34 mdF 5.Mo.

from SSO Leuchtenberg (Rolle 258A A3343) -
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Re: Motorstandarten

Post by smetanin albert » 21 Jan 2018 07:30

from SSO Hillbrecht
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Re: Motorstandarten

Post by smetanin albert » 27 Aug 2018 09:54

About 10 Motorst.
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Re: Motorstandarten

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Re: Motorstandarten

Post by Erich2019 » 15 Nov 2019 20:04

Okay, I read everything, but still confused as to how the SS-Dienstalteriste lays it out? For example, the 01.10.34 List shows Wilhelm Ruhl as Führer of SS-Motor Standarte 30, while the 01.07.35 List shows him as Führer of I./2? What does the I./2 mean for the year 1935? Thanks in advance!

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Re: Motorstandarten

Post by Derek » 16 Nov 2019 21:51

After the reorganisation of the Motorstandarten and the reduction of Mo.Standarten numbers in 1935 Ruhl had become the leader of the first Standorte of Motor Standarte 2, hence F.Mo.I/2. It was based in Erfurt and came under SS-Oberabschnitt "Mitte", and by 1937 Fulda-Werra".

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Re: Motorstandarten

Post by Erich2019 » 16 Nov 2019 22:01

Hi Derek,

Thank you! I knew in the previous DAL, he was Führer of a whole Motor Standarte, and thought in the following DAL, that he command had been reduced? I know things got crazy with the expansion of the NSKK!

Erich

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