Kurt Daluege photos...

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Re: Kurt Daluege photos...

Post by Landsberger » 16 Jul 2012 21:02

ODD MAN OUT


Caption: German officers Keitel, Reichenau, Daluege, and Bodenschatz in Poland, 13 Sep 1939
Photographer: Gregor
Source: German Federal Archive
Identification Code: Bild 183-E10796
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Re: Kurt Daluege photos...

Post by Shadowman » 19 Jul 2012 20:46

Does anyone have a photograph of Daluege's official car, showing the plate "SS-2"?

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Re: Kurt Daluege photos...

Post by JoeW » 20 Jul 2012 03:47

You sure it wouldn't have been "Pol-1", "Pol-2" or "Pol-3"?

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Re: Kurt Daluege photos...

Post by Shadowman » 22 Jul 2012 12:34

[quote="JoeW"]You sure it wouldn't have been "Pol-1", "Pol-2" or "Pol-3"?

Please see this: http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic. ... 8&t=124805

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Re: Kurt Daluege photos...

Post by JoeW » 22 Jul 2012 17:43

What am I supposed to see in this link? Robin's comment "SS-4 ?

Postby Robin Lumsden on Sat Jul 28, 2007 11:51 am
If.........

SS-1 = Himmler
SS-2 = Daluege
SS-3 = Heydrich.............. "

or Komoran's comment at the end "Even Daluege was using his car with number Pol-3."?

Police license plates were assigned by office such as Pol-2 and Pol-110 that were assigned to the RF-SS and Pol-4 and Pol-111 that went to the Chef d. SIPO u.d. SD according to RdErl. of 5.6.1940. Pol-28 went to Dr. Frank in Prag. Pol-3 on the car carrying Daluege in the photo above was assigned to the Reichsministerium des Innern.

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Re: Kurt Daluege photos...

Post by Georges JEROME » 22 Jul 2012 21:50

JoeW wrote:You sure it wouldn't have been "Pol-1", "Pol-2" or "Pol-3"?

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pic taken in 40 at Strasbourg (Alsace) in front of the train station.

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Re: Kurt Daluege photos...

Post by Shadowman » 23 Jul 2012 11:40

JoeW wrote:What am I supposed to see in this link? Robin's comment "SS-4 ?

Postby Robin Lumsden on Sat Jul 28, 2007 11:51 am
If.........

SS-1 = Himmler
SS-2 = Daluege
SS-3 = Heydrich.............. "

or Komoran's comment at the end "Even Daluege was using his car with number Pol-3."?

Police license plates were assigned by office such as Pol-2 and Pol-110 that were assigned to the RF-SS and Pol-4 and Pol-111 that went to the Chef d. SIPO u.d. SD according to RdErl. of 5.6.1940. Pol-28 went to Dr. Frank in Prag. Pol-3 on the car carrying Daluege in the photo above was assigned to the Reichsministerium des Innern.
I thought of the first comment. So Daluege never used his car with "SS-2"?

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Re: Kurt Daluege photos...

Post by JoeW » 23 Jul 2012 14:41

I am keen on learning something new. An unsupported statement, even by someone with the background of Mr. Lumsden, still leaves me in disbelief, when pictorial evidence shows Daluege in another car. You first wrote "Does anyone have a photograph of Daluege's official car, showing the plate 'SS-2'?" Perhaps he did, but I would like to see some evidence. Has someone found a listing of SS license plates like that of the Ordnungspolizei that I mentioned above?

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Re: Kurt Daluege photos...

Post by trespasser07 » 26 Jan 2013 20:20

Nice pic of Daluege I had not seen before;

http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_maewh ... o1_400.jpg

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Re: Kurt Daluege photos...

Post by trespasser07 » 12 May 2013 19:06

"We believe in what we do!" - written in Friedrich Rainer's Guestbook by Odilo Globocnik in April 1943.

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Re: Kurt Daluege photos...

Post by Orpoman » 22 May 2013 17:13

Hello

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Visit to the Police Battalion 319 in the north of Russia, Summer 1941.
Hptm. d.SchP. Johannes Keiter and General Daluege.

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Re: Kurt Daluege photos...

Post by trespasser07 » 22 May 2013 17:35

Great photo Daniel :)
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Re: Kurt Daluege photos...

Post by Orpoman » 07 Oct 2013 16:12

Hello,

a new photo.

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Daluege at the swearing of the Pol.Geb.Jg.Rgt. 18 in Garmisch-Partenkirchen 1942.

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Re: Kurt Daluege photos...

Post by kstdk » 10 Oct 2013 15:26

Hello all

Found a couple of Pictures of Kurt Daluege from his visit in Denmark July 1942 for a meeting between Danish and German police.

Kanstein Waits for him to arrive, and the other Pictures shows his arrival at Kastrup Airport. The last is from the actual meeting.

I have captured the Pictures with the text that belongs to the persons known on the Photos.

Source: http://erez.natmus.dk/FHMbilleder/Site/index.jsp

Search Word: Kanstein or Daluege.

I dont think these Pictures has been shown yet :)

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Re: Kurt Daluege photos...

Post by kstdk » 10 Oct 2013 15:28

Hello

Last couple of Photos in connection to this topic.

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