Security in the Führerbunker 24.4.1945

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Re: Security in the Führerbunker 24.4.1945

Post by von thoma » 13 May 2017 22:18

Do you know where I can watch the Berghof filmation shown in this picture ?
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Update: Security in the Führerbunker 24.4.1945

Post by lutrebois » 16 Jun 2017 05:24

Good morning,

Thanks to Markus, who mailed me the interrogation report of Erich MANSFELD dated August 3rd 1945, I was able to link 2 new names to the signatures.

- SS-Oscha SCRIBA
- SS-Oscha SEEFELDT

and I found a confirmation (2nd source) for:

- SS-Oscha KÖLZOW

By now, 14 out of 19 signatures could be linked to a known member of the RSD who served on April 24th in the Dienststelle 1.

Peter
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Re: Security in the Führerbunker 24.4.1945

Post by lutrebois » 28 Aug 2017 11:57

Hello friends,

To refresh the memory: I bought a document, ostensibly written in the Reichskanzlei on April 24th 1945. The back holds 19 signatures, most likely written by RSD-members who signed to acknowledge they have seen the content of the document.

In my ongoing research into this "Reichskanzlei-document", I took it some steps further with interesting finds.
The result of my quest you can read below.

Peter
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Re: Security in the Führerbunker 24.4.1945

Post by lutrebois » 28 Aug 2017 12:03

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Here below, I made an updated composition of the signatures, (SS or police) ranks, names and photos.
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Re: Security in the Führerbunker 24.4.1945

Post by lutrebois » 21 Oct 2017 08:48

Hello friends,
Again a new "face" emerges from the past. Oberscharführer Heinrich SCRIBA, was a member of the Dienststelle 1.
He was confirmed present in the Reichskanzlei (bunker) on april 24th 1945.
Enjoy the weekend,
Peter
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Re: Security in the Führerbunker 24.4.1945

Post by lutrebois » 30 Apr 2018 09:37

Hello friends

A year ago, this document was used to start this thread. Opinions about it being authentic or not were posted.
I've researched this document in all its aspects and decided to write an article about the "process of this research".

I condensed the already posted material and added new found data.

Take care

Peter
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Re: Security in the Führerbunker 24.4.1945

Post by lutrebois » 30 Apr 2018 09:39

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Re: Security in the Führerbunker 24.4.1945

Post by lutrebois » 30 Apr 2018 09:40

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Re: Security in the Führerbunker 24.4.1945

Post by Halfdan S. » 30 Apr 2018 10:51

Impressive research :-)

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Re: Security in the Führerbunker 24.4.1945

Post by lutrebois » 16 Sep 2018 10:54

Good morning friends

Here some further pages I wrote about the Dienststelle 1 in the Reichskanzlei/Führerbunker …
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Re: Security in the Führerbunker 24.4.1945

Post by lutrebois » 16 Sep 2018 10:56

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Re: Security in the Führerbunker 24.4.1945

Post by lutrebois » 16 Sep 2018 10:58

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Re: Security in the Führerbunker 24.4.1945

Post by Halfdan S. » 16 Sep 2018 11:01

Thanks for sharing,

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Re: Security in the Führerbunker 24.4.1945

Post by von thoma » 21 Sep 2018 22:18

Impressive research :-)
I agree
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Re: Security in the Führerbunker 24.4.1945

Post by hsa601 » 24 Oct 2018 13:11

Very impressive. Maybe lutrebois could visit the 1945 Lost German Girl Thread viewtopic.php?f=77&t=145596. It could some of his analytical skills. :thumbsup:

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