Who is this dead officier?

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Re: Who is this dead officier?

Post by Harm Wulf » 21 Apr 2009 00:11

Daer Reader, some anwers for you and Bernd. First of all at the start of the topic someone ask informations about a photo. The article (sorry in italian) explain exactly who is the man in the picture and all the Leipzig story of 18/4/1945 with the suicide of Freyberg and Lisso family. I think sone reader could be interesting in a part of the history cover from the "dust" of the past. Thule italia web site is not a "nazi" site but a web site dedicated to the history even the history of Nazionalsocialism. I don't own any web site. If the moderator think that the post is uncorrect or untrue or out of the topic can leave it. I think that the story (if you can read italian) and the photos are interesting, but is only my opinion.
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Re: Who is this dead officier?

Post by Bernd R » 21 Apr 2009 11:34

The readers may decide how useful and interesting it is to link to a site in italian language
after this post by member Max Williams
The photos and correct suicide identifications were fully discussed a couple of years ago on this forum under
http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic. ... o#p1047464
and
http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic. ... o#p1070933
Max.
including two links to AHF threads on the topic with photos + the story fairly detailed in english + german text + further discussion and hints.
Multiple and double posting of upsizied photos of dead bodies are adding nothing to the topic and therefore were and will be deleted by this Moderator.

/ Bernd, Mod

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Re: Who is this dead officier?

Post by Harm Wulf » 21 Apr 2009 18:28

Dear Bernd, maybe you don't know that ALL the informations of the topics (even german and english version) are taked from the article I wrote some time ago and the web site Thule-Italia published. As you can see in the site is also the born and dead certificate of Regina Lisso the daughter of Dr. Lisso. A lot of books, web site, before this article wrote a lot of false or wrong information about the story, the name of the deads, and the name of the persons that are in the photos.
So you'd be so nice to admit that a good work was made for the true history. In this sense for my opinion your "warning" are totally fool and silly. Anycase I don't wait nothing from the people. No thank. Nothing. A "warning" is a bit too much.
Sic transit gloria mundi. Only I hope the reader will spread the true.

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Re: Who is this dead officier?

Post by Bernd R » 21 Apr 2009 18:40

Last word for you Harm Wulf, no problem with that. I overlook your expressions choosen about the warning, as I take it as your opinion I understand in a way. It is just one thing you have to understand, that is posting this huge photo after another one was deleted with explanation before - in general : acting simply by ignoring a Mod's decision - was the reason for the warning. There is not an inch of fun or understanding I have for that. That's all.
All other what you posted is still in the thread ! :wink:

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Re: Who is this dead officier?

Post by Harm Wulf » 22 Apr 2009 15:23

Thank for it Bernd. Harm

PS In this link
http://www.lib.byu.edu/dlib/wwiiheslop/
searching name Freyberg you can see all the photos with detail maked in
Leipzig from J. Malan Heslop member of the U.S. Army Signal Corp, 167 Signal Photographic Company

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Re: Who is this dead officier?

Post by Michael Miller » 16 Dec 2013 19:17

Walter Dönicke in somewhat happier times (3. June 1938).

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Re: Who is this dead officier?

Post by Igor Karpov » 05 Jun 2017 21:04

Walter Dönicke in full ceremonial regalia as Oberbürgermeister.

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