Need all available info on SS-Stubaf. Heinrich Beyerlein

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Need all available info on SS-Stubaf. Heinrich Beyerlein

Post by wille » 25 Apr 2006 01:54

Whatever is out there. Military history, units, awards, last battle, circumstance of death, burial place, etc. Any references in books, photo's, etc.

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Post by Phil Nix » 25 Apr 2006 10:50

Beyerlein born 20.4.1911 Party Nr 882831 SS Nr 269723 Graduated Junkerschule Braunschweig 1936 Usf 20.4.37 Osf 9.11.38 Sbf 21.6.1943 Sbf der Reserve 21.6.1943 Attached to ORPO 1938 Kdr 1 Jager Battalion with Nachschubkommandatur Russland Mitte 1944 Killed in Action 1944
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Post by Peter » 25 Apr 2006 16:30

Beyerlein, Heinrich
SS-Stubaf.

Born 20 Apr 1911 Wiesentfels

SS-269 723
Party- 882 831

Graduated Braunschweig 1936
Ustuf. promoted 20 Apr 37
Serving with Orpo 1937
Ostuf. promoted 9 Nov 38
Serving with Orpo 1938
Hstuf. Chef,2./Pol.Inf.Rgt.2 in Aug 41
EK2 20 Jan 42
EK1 8 Feb 42
Hstuf. Pz.Jg.Abt.3 in Apr 42
VerwAbz Schw 21 May 42
OstMed 1 Sep 42
Inf St-Abz 9 Dec 42
Stubaf. promoted 21.6.1943
Stubaf. SS-Tr.Üb.Pl.Heidelager in Jul 43
KVK2 1 Sep 43
Awarded DK/Gold 4 Jun 44 SS-Jäger Btl.500
Stubaf Kdr.SS-Jäger Btl.500 in Jul 44

Gefallen 11 Jul 44 near Bobruisk



Material from John Moore's Fuhrerliste and several DAL

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Post by Michael Miller » 25 Apr 2006 20:07

His entry from the Volksbund.de website (which provides detailed info. on his place of death):

Nachname: Beyerlein
Vorname: Heinrich
Dienstgrad: Sturmbannführer
Geburtsdatum: 20.04.1911
Geburtsort: Wiesentfels
Todes-/Vermisstendatum: 11.07.1944
Todesort: 1 km südl. Iwacewieze, 34 km nordostw.
Bereza-Kartuska, Ru. Mitte


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Post by wille » 27 Apr 2006 23:14

Thank you for all the help. I have found out alot.
A few more questions.
On the info from the Volksbund. What is Südl. and Nordostw mean?? I take it Iwacewieze and Bereza-Kartuska are towns and Ru. Mitte is Russia central.

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Post by Michael Miller » 27 Apr 2006 23:20

"1 km südl. Iwacewieze, 34 km nordostw. Bereza-Kartuska, Ru. Mitte"

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1 kilometre south of Iwacewieze, 34 kilometres northeast of Berza-Kartuska, in central Russia.

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Re: Need all available info on SS-Stubaf. Heinrich Beyerlein

Post by Bernd R » 15 Sep 2008 18:01

His unit and DKiG award is not entirely clear to me.
per Scheibert : Beyerlein, Heinrich, 04.06.1944, SS-Sturmbannführer, I./SS-Jg.Btl.

above is said by Phil 1. Jg.Btl. / Nachschubkommandantur Rußland-Mitte
Iltis provided SS-Jäg.Btl. 500 per John Moore's Fuhrerliste and several DAL
is this one and the same ?

The point is and that's what I don't understand so far :
Wasn't he Kdr. of that Btl. which was to become "501" later ?

per Tessin
SS-Feldrekruten-Depot Bobruisk [Field Recruit Depot] (der SS-Nachschub-Kommandantur Rußland-Mitte)
formed three battalions in 1942 : I. 1-4 , II. 5-8 , III. 9-12 ;
I. Btl. (sp. III.) was dissolved in June 44
II. Btl. formed SS-Jäg.Btl. 500 on 15.04.1944
III. Btl. formed SS-Jäg.Btl. 501 on 15.05.1944

-> I.Btl. (sp. III.) is the key point ?
was the original I. Btl. later redesignated III. Btl. and then numbered 501 ? As [I.] Jg.Btl. / Bobruisk etc., took part in anti-partisan actions already before the installation of the 500 series battalions (as one result Beyerleins German Cross in Gold).
And the former III. Btl., then I. Btl. respectively, was the one which was disbanded in June 44 ?

corresponding threads about Beyerlein :
http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic. ... =Beyerlein
http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic. ... =Beyerlein

SS-Jäger-Bataillon 501 AHFactbook page

Thanks for any clarification
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Re: Need all available info on SS-Stubaf. Heinrich Beyerlein

Post by PATRICK CHARRON » 17 Sep 2008 18:01

Hello,
In the personal file of Beyerlein there is an amazing and rather rare letter from July 02, 1944 that he wrote to Oberführer Knapp where he tells to have taken knowledge of the proposal for the German Cross in Gold and in which he contests and denies the related facts. (proposal of April 27, 1944 signed by General HARPE AOK 9 and awarded on June 4, 1944)
(source Führerliste Part 1 John Moore Very recommended and invaluable source)
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Re: Need all available info on SS-Stubaf. Heinrich Beyerlein

Post by Bernd R » 19 Sep 2008 11:45

Thanks Patrick. My question still open.

in addition to the matter this thread I found now :
http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic. ... 5&p=251933
No sources provided and no replies.

Best to quote here what is said there : jarek_g wrote
In range Moorlager (Bereza Kartuska) 15.02.1942 was formed Feldrekruten Depot - CO SS-Ostubaf. Rudolf Pannier. In October 1943 Depot fought against soviet partisans in Byelorus as SS-Jäger Regiment 33. Staff disbanded in Juni 1944. Units dependent SS-Nachschub Kommendantur „Russland Mitte”.

Units was following:
SS-Jäger Bataillon 500.
At first (from February 1942) SS-Bataillon II, renamed 15.04.1943 - SS-Jäger Bataillon 500,
Octobre 1944 - disbanded, men to SS-Pz. Gren. AuE Btl. 35
CO SS-Sturmbannführer Armin Beilhack (fell 23.8.1943) and SS-Sturmbannführer Aleksander Sukkau
SS-Jäger Bataillon 501.
At first (from February 1942) SS-Bataillon III, renamed 15.04.1943 - SS-Bataillon 501.
Octobre 1944 - disbanded, men to SS-Pz. Gren. AuE Btl. 35
CO SS-Hauptsturmführer Rudolf Bachmann
SS-Jäger Bataillon III.
At first (from February 1942) SS-Bataillon III, renamed 15.04.1943 - SS-Bataillon III.
June 1944 - disbaded
CO SS-Sturmbannführer Heinrich Beyerlein

and

SS-Bataillon IV.
At first (from February 1942) SS-Bataillon III, renamed 15.04.1943 - Arbeits Bataillon d. Waffen SS Russland Mitte
10.02.1945 - disbanded
Who command this last Bn.?
Related thread about Standartenführer Rudolf Pannier with stuff about the FRD Bobruisk formations
http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic.php?f=38&t=35101

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Re: Need all available info on SS-Stubaf. Heinrich Beyerlein

Post by Peter » 20 Mar 2009 09:56

Does anybody know what exact date Beyerlein joined the SS please.

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Re: Need all available info on SS-Stubaf. Heinrich Beyerlein

Post by Jan-Hendrik » 05 Apr 2009 10:23

Could anybody confirm that he really served with the Panzerjäger of Division 'Totenkopf'?

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Re: Need all available info on SS-Stubaf. Heinrich Beyerlein

Post by Phil Nix » 05 Apr 2009 11:21

I am not sure of the exact date he joined but he graduated from JS Braunschweig 1936 and he was commissioned Usf 20.4.37 promoted Osf 9.11.38 Beim ORPO 1938Party Nr 882831 SS Nr 269723
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Re: Need all available info on SS-Stubaf. Heinrich Beyerlein

Post by Peter » 05 Apr 2009 13:31

Thanks Phil

I reckon he joined early 1934 but I cant find a date

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Re: Need all available info on SS-Stubaf. Heinrich Beyerlein

Post by amimaus » 09 Dec 2009 23:24

Hi everyone,

I was surprised to read about Heinrich Beyerlein. My maiden name is Klaudia Beyerlein from Wiesentfels, Germany. The person you are enquiring about is actually my father's uncle. My father's aunt, Helene Herzog (Beyerlein) would tell us a bit about him when I was little.

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Post by Orlov » 26 Oct 2015 10:50

Michael Miller wrote:His entry from the Volksbund.de website (which provides detailed info. on his place of death):
Nachname: Beyerlein
Vorname: Heinrich [...]
Todes-/Vermisstendatum: 11.07.1944
Todesort: 1 km südl. Iwacewieze, 34 km nordostw. Bereza-Kartuska, Ru. Mitte
~ Mike
This SS-Stubaf KIA not in Iwacewieze, but in beylorussian town Iwacewicze - [germ. Ivatseviche/Ivacsevichi - byel. Івацэвічы], 31-48 km nordostw. Bereza-Kartuska.
Below photo Beyerlein's traning in Moorlager - Spring 44.
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