Identification of SS-officers from "richcarrick collection"

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Re: Identification of SS-officers from "richcarrick collection"

Post by Ivan Ž. » 16 Apr 2020 13:06

richcarrick wrote:
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who are the officers on the review stand?
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Sepp Dietrich, Konstantin von Neurath, Karl Hermann Frank.

Good photos!

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Re: Identification of SS-officers from "richcarrick collection"

Post by richcarrick » 16 Apr 2020 14:50

a few more:


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Re: Identification of SS-officers from "richcarrick collection"

Post by richcarrick » 16 Apr 2020 15:01

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I must admit I only included this one as it's a great photo

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Wagner again?

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This is a very interesting photo as it shows asiatic troops - can someone enlighten me as to the unit?

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That's it for my officers/luminaries. I believe everything else I have is either of vehicles, civilians, landscapes or regular SS-Männer

thank you very much for the help everyone!

I will advise the forum when all of these will be listed on eBay, which will hopefully be in a couple of weeks

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Re: Identification of SS-officers from "richcarrick collection"

Post by Michal78 » 16 Apr 2020 16:26

By Dietrich, Neurath and Frank is also von Burgsdorff and Stahlecker.
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Re: Identification of SS-officers from "richcarrick collection"

Post by Ignacio » 16 Apr 2020 17:02

I agree he is Joachim Rumohr

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Re: Identification of SS-officers from "richcarrick collection"

Post by Ignacio » 16 Apr 2020 17:11

Generaloberst Lindemann (18.Armee) with Knight's Cross
Major d. Sch.P. Herbert Golz, Kdr. I./Pol.Schtz.Rgt. 3 in 1941 (I guess to the lef tin the picture)
Leutnant d. Sch.P. Heinrich Oelkers
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Re: Identification of SS-officers from "richcarrick collection"

Post by Ignacio » 16 Apr 2020 17:18

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If we discard Stubaf. von Westphalen (awarded the EK I in May 1940), the options for the Deutschland's Sturmbannführer to the left are Paul Barnekow (Rgts.-Ingenieur) and Dr. Adolf Murthum, Rgts.-Arzt. Unfortunately I do not have other pictures of these officers to compare.
If someone owns their personal files, perhaps can check the dates of award of the Iron Crosses
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Re: Identification of SS-officers from "richcarrick collection"

Post by richcarrick » 16 Apr 2020 17:36

Murthum was awarded EKI on 26.8.41 (from search on this forum)

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Re: Identification of SS-officers from "richcarrick collection"

Post by Ignacio » 16 Apr 2020 17:40

So it could be him, as Jürgen Wagner was moved to command the SS-Inf.Rgt. 11 on 13.07.41, and the picture should be taken while still serving with Deutschland. But Murthum's date of award only avoid to discard him.

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Re: Identification of SS-officers from "richcarrick collection"

Post by Ivan Ž. » 16 Apr 2020 17:42

Ivan Ž. wrote:
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The Knight's Cross holder is Generaloberst Georg Lindemann, commander of the L. Armeekorps.
Ignacio wrote:
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Generaloberst Lindemann (18.Armee) with Knight's Cross
At the time the photo was taken (Sept. 1941), he was commander of the L. Armeekorps. He took over the 18. Armee in 1942.

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Re: Identification of SS-officers from "richcarrick collection"

Post by Ignacio » 16 Apr 2020 18:41

And he was not a Generaloberst neither!

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Re: Identification of SS-officers from "richcarrick collection"

Post by Ivan Ž. » 16 Apr 2020 19:26

Indeed! :D Well spotted.

Which also shows that some of the inscriptions were written months and even years after the photos were taken (that "SS-Oberst-Gruppenführer Hausser" inscription on a 1941 pic from page 1 was probably added after the war; the Lindemann-inscription was written in/after 1942).

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Re: Identification of SS-officers from "richcarrick collection"

Post by richcarrick » 16 Apr 2020 22:25

Ignacio wrote:
16 Apr 2020 17:11
Generaloberst Lindemann (18.Armee) with Knight's Cross
Major d. Sch.P. Herbert Golz, Kdr. I./Pol.Schtz.Rgt. 3 in 1941 (I guess to the lef tin the picture)
Leutnant d. Sch.P. Heinrich Oelkers

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thanks Ignacio

d. Sch.P. = der Schutzpolizei?

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Re: Identification of SS-officers from "richcarrick collection"

Post by Ignacio » 17 Apr 2020 08:57

d. Sch.P. = der Schutzpolizei?

Yes

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Re: Identification of SS-officers from "richcarrick collection"

Post by steve248 » 17 Apr 2020 09:40

Ignacio is correct - the abbreviation is common.

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