JOSEPH SCHREIDER

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JOSEPH SCHREIDER

Post by harmel » 17 Mar 2005 00:35

Here is SS-Stubaf Joseph Schreider. Born 15 Aug 1904

SSno-107184-Party no-3970 994

I have lost my info on him maybe Dieter can update me,all I can say that he was the most successful Intelligence Officer in Holland.

WSC Ist Class (swords) 9 Nov 1943 to SS Major

Regards Harmel
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Post by Mikedc » 17 Mar 2005 01:04

Hey Harmel,

This is what I've on him. And thanks for the nice photo, can't recall I already had one from him.

Born: 15-8-1904 in München.
Joined the Bavarian Police in 1923.
From 1932 on he worked within the Politische Abteilung.
Became a member of the SS in May 1933.
In 1937 he became a member of the NSDAP.
SS-Sturmbannführer.
First he was Kriminalrat, later on he became a Kriminaldirektor.
In July 1940 he became chief of Referat IV-E(contraspionage)within the Staf from the BdS in the Netherlands.
After WW-II he was aquitted and he became Oberregierungsrat in Bavaria.

Greetings,
Mikedc

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SCHREIDER

Post by harmel » 17 Mar 2005 01:18

Hi Mikedc. Glad you like it I have had this picture for a number of years but as an ex soldier in them days I moved around a lot hence I lost the info. Actually your info is more than I had so thanks for that.
I am sure I have some pictures of Abwehr Officers who served in Holland I will look them out and get back to you.
Thanks again Harmel

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Joseph Schreider

Post by jv » 17 Mar 2005 07:05

Kriminalrat Schreider was indeed one of the key figures in the so-called Englandspiel (March 1942). Here is a photo of him in court with agent-provocateur Anton van der Waals (left). jv
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Post by Mikedc » 17 Mar 2005 16:58

Harmel wrote:
Actually your info is more than I had so thanks for that.


Glad I could contribute a bit regarding this topic.

JV wrote:
Kriminalrat Schreider was indeed one of the key figures in the so-called Englandspiel (March 1942).

Indeed he was, I've the Dutch translation from the book about this Englandspiel and it's a very
fascinating book indeed. And Van der Waals was one of the most notorious double agents during
WW-2, he played a very nasty part in this Englandspiel.


Greetz,
Mike

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Josef Schreieder

Post by steve248 » 20 Mar 2005 14:03

born 15 August 1904, Munich

Jan 1938, KK and Grenzpolizeikommissariatleiter Lindau; later Bregenz

May 1940, KR with Gestapo Innsbruck, Abteilungsleiter Spionageabwehr

15 Aug 1940, SS-Hstuf KR, BdS Den Haag, Abt.leiter Spionageabwehr

16 April 1943, awarded a Rf-SS Anerkennungen - listed as SS-Stubaf KR when not
promoted to this rank until 9 Nov 1943 (BBL 22/43 and BBL 52/43)

ended war as Kriminaldirektor

16 May 1945, arrested in Rotterdam; later interned at 3 CIC in British Zone/Germany

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Post by mulisch » 20 Mar 2005 15:44

Is there perhaps somebody who knows his date of death ?????

Thanks in advance,

Mulisch

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Post by Mikedc » 22 Mar 2005 00:22

Hello Mulisch,

Sorry, I don't. Maybe somebody else on this forum does.

Greetings,
Mike

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Schreieder

Post by steve248 » 23 Mar 2005 09:06

Found a much more complete CV for Joseph Schreieder in my files:

15 Aug 1904, born Munich
1915-1921, attended Luidpold Oberrealschule Munich
1921-1923, clerk to Rechtsanwalt in Munich
23 May 23, joined Polizeidirektion Munich as Staatsdienstanwärter
1 June 1926, promoted Hilfsassistent
1 June 1929, promoted Kanzleiassistent
April 1932, transferred to Politische Abteilung, Polizeidirektion Munich
1 Dec 1932, promoted Polizeiassistent
1 Jan 1933, promoted Polizeisekretär
13 March 1933, Polizeidirektion/Pol.Abt. becomes Bavarian Political Police
15 Aug 1934, joines SS as SS-Schaf
1 June 1935, appointed Leiter, Greko Lindau
1 Sept 1935, promoted KI
1 Nov 1936, promoted SS-Oschaf
June 1937, joins NS
1 Jan 1938, appointed KK (no mention of attending a KK-Lehrgang)
10 March 1938, appointed Leiter, Greko Bregenz after office moved from Lindau
1 Nov 1939, commissioned SS-Ustuf
1 May 1940, promoted KR and appointed Leiter III/Stapo Innsbruck
15 Aug 1940, transfer to BdS Den Haag as Abwehrleiter, and built up Referat IV E
office and Aussenstellen in the Provinces
1 Nov 1942, promoted SS-Hstuf
1 Nov 1943, promoted SS-Stubaf
March 1944, spent 10 days in Italy giving lectures on Spionageabwehr problem resolving
20 June 1944, with BdS Den Haag staff to Zeist
20 Sept 1944, moved to Zwolle
1 Nov 1944, promoted Krim.Direktor
6 April 1945, to Groningen to find quarters for the BdS staff
13 April 1945, returned to Den Haag on orders of BdS
7 May 1945, to Scheveningen where captured on 26 May 1945 by British forces

no DOD yet.

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Post by Henry Hatt » 21 Aug 2006 11:27

Hi Steve

it would be most important for me to find out if he had brothers or sisters.

Does anyone know?

thanks
Henry

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Post by Mikedc » 21 Aug 2006 16:42

I also still didn't find the date of death yet from Joseph Schreieder(I found info under this name and also under Joseph Schreider, curious to know how his name was spelled correctly).

Around 1955 he was also working for Radio Free Europe, according to a piece I found in Wikipida.

Greetings,
Mike

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