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SD and SiPo in Estonia

Post by Kunnar Kesküla » 10 May 2002 07:11

Can anyone give me information about SD and SiPo in Estonia during WWII. I'm thankful for any information.

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Post by Starinov » 15 May 2002 16:19

Are you looking for something precise or any information will do?

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Post by Kunnar Kesküla » 15 May 2002 17:35

I'm looking something special but any information can help me!
If you got something then i'm happy when you share this with me.
Thanks anyway.

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Post by Mikedc » 12 Jan 2008 22:26

I've found something that might be of any interest to you.

Ernst Hennig.
Member SS(nr. ??).
SS-Obersturmführer.
He was commander from the headquarters within the Staff from the KdS in Estonia.
He was also in charge of guarding the officice buildings within the headquarters from the KdS in Estonia.
He was also head of Referentur II A(housekeeping and accounting, salaries, supplies)with department II from Group A within the Staff from the KdS in Estonia.
He was also head of Referentur II B(housekeeping issues, prisoners’ issues, legal advice)with department II from Group A.
He also headed Referentur II C 1 2(radio, telegraph and phone)with
department II.
He also headed Referentur II C 3 6(motorized vehicles and weapons)with
department II.


Franz Diezemann.
Member SS(nr. ??).
SS-Obersturmführr.
He was head of the air defence from the headquarters within the Staff from the KdS in Estonia.
He was also Referent from subreferentur A III A with Referentur III A(law and government)from department III(Lebensgebiete)with Group A within the Staff from the KdS in Estonia.


Hope somebody can tell me a bit more about these men.
Greetings,
Mike

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Post by Mikedc » 12 Jan 2008 22:50

Here some more....

Wilhelm Gehler.
Member SS(nr. ??).
SS-Obersturmführer.
He was head of subdepartment A I A from department I A(personel)from
Group A within the Staff from the KdS in Estonia.
He was also Referent from subdepartment A I Org with department I Org.(organisation)from Group A within the Staff from the KdS in Estonia.

Ergard Böhm.
Member SS(nr. ??).
SS-Untersturmführer.
He was Referent from subrefetentur A III B with referentur III B(nationalities)from department III(Lebensgebiete)with Group A within the Staff from the
KdS in Estonia.

Buchelt.
Member SS(nr. ??).
SS-Hauptsturmführer.
He was Referent from subreferentur A IV A with referentur IV A(enemy, defense units)from department IV(enemy and resistance)with Group A
within the Staff from the KdS in Estonia.
He was also Referent from subreferentur A IV B with referentur IV B(churches and jews)from department IV with Group A within the Staff from the KdS in Estlonia.
He was also Referent from subreferentur A IV C with referentur IV C(societies, press)and Referent from subreferentur A IV D with referentur IV D(emigration, foreign workers)from department IV.
Could be identical to Günther Buchelt...!!!!

Maisch.
Member SS(nr. ??).
SS-Hauptsturmführer.
He was head of subdepartment A V from departement V(criminal police)with Group A within the Staff from the KdS in Estonia.


If someone has more info on these officers, hopefully you wanna share it...
Greetings,
Mike

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Post by Ludger » 13 Jan 2008 20:28

SS-Hstuf. KK. Heinrich Bergmann headed Abt. V (Kripo) from Nov. 1941 - 1944

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Ludger

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Post by Mikedc » 13 Jan 2008 22:06

Hey Ludger,

Regarding Bergmann, I've read the following in a document on the internet.

His subsequent posting as Commissar of Criminal Police in Stuttgart was considered sufficiently responsible to appoint him KdS-Estland in December 1941. Bergmann became Chief of Dept. V (Kripo) there on January 11, 1942.

And as additional info on Bergmann I've the following:
He was head of the subdepartment A IV with department IV(enemy and resistance)from Group A within the Staff from the KdS in Estonia.
He was also Referent from subreferentur A IV E with referentur IV E (high treason)from department IV with Group A.


Mike

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Post by histgame » 14 Jan 2008 19:56

The structure of KdS Estonia after the reorganisation on March 18, 1944
http://geocities.com/sadinfo/KdS_ESTONIA.pdf

hg

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Post by Mikedc » 14 Jan 2008 19:59

Hello hg,

Yep, that's the site I got all these names and info from.....
A very interesting site if you ask me...


Mike

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Post by histgame » 14 Jan 2008 20:25

Little extra when Sandberger was in charge; I guess you can’t read the first 50 pages, but here we are!
http://dspace.utlib.ee/dspace/bitstream ... meelis.pdf

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Post by Ludger » 15 Jan 2008 12:36

Mikedc wrote:Hey Ludger,

Regarding Bergmann, I've read the following in a document on the internet.

His subsequent posting as Commissar of Criminal Police in Stuttgart was considered sufficiently responsible to appoint him KdS-Estland in December 1941. Bergmann became Chief of Dept. V (Kripo) there on January 11, 1942.

And as additional info on Bergmann I've the following:
He was head of the subdepartment A IV with department IV(enemy and resistance)from Group A within the Staff from the KdS in Estonia.
He was also Referent from subreferentur A IV E with referentur IV E (high treason)from department IV with Group A.


Mike
Thanks for the supplement Mike.

Here some more info on Bergmann:
DoB: 21.11.1902 (Kassel)
DoD: 1980

since 1923 with Schutzpolizei, later Kripo.
1937 member of NSDAP and NSKK.
1943 SS-Hstuf.
Head of miscellaneous SD-Outposts.

awards:
1944 KVK I with swords

postwar:
1955 entered the Bundeskriminlamt (BKA) in Wiesbaden.
1968 he retired as Kriminalhauptkommissar.

Greetings from

Ludger

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Post by Ludger » 15 Jan 2008 13:06

histgame wrote:The structure of KdS Estonia after the reorganisation on March 18, 1944
http://geocities.com/sadinfo/KdS_ESTONIA.pdf

hg
Hello hg,

the document reads very interesting. Do you have any idea about the title of the book, from which this copy was taken? Does that book probably contain similiar tables of other KdS?

BTW: Can anybody tell me why and when the KdS-departments were divided into two maingroups??

Greetings from

Ludger

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Post by Alex » 15 Jan 2008 15:48

Sipo/SD in Estonia was divided into two maingroups (A - German Sipo and B - Estonian Sipo) since Mai 1, 1942.

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Post by Ludger » 15 Jan 2008 16:00

Thanks Alex!!

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Post by Mikedc » 18 Jan 2008 11:38

Hello Ludger,

Thanks for the extra info on Bergmann. Most of it I already have but one or two things not so they're welcome....


Greetings,
Mike

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