Poland 1939: KIA German officers

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Re: Poland 1939: KIA German officers

Post by mika1606 » 05 Oct 2016 20:02

Hi,
It's not AA6 (mot). It's Aufklärungs-Abteilung 6, part of the 6. Infanterie-Division

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Re: Poland 1939: KIA German officers

Post by nimbuss » 06 Oct 2016 17:58

Hi Gerhard,

german 6.Inf.Div. in Poland in 1939 ?

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Re: Poland 1939: KIA German officers

Post by mika1606 » 06 Oct 2016 19:34

Hi Nimbus,
you are absolutly right! The 6. ID was in the West.
The AA 6 needs a (mot): "Am 15. Oktober 1935 wurde die Abteilung in Aufklärungs-Abteilung (motorisiert) 6 umbenannt." ----> LdW
On Oct. 15th, 1935 the Abteilung.. was renamed AA6 (mot).

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Lt. d. R. Josef Peter

Post by Bf110 » 08 Jan 2017 11:04

Hello.
Dieter Zinke wrote:Peter Josef, 01.12.1897, Lt., -, -, 08.09.1939, VB
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Does anybody know, which unit Josef Peter belonged to?

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Re: Poland 1939: KIA German officers

Post by Njorl » 03 Mar 2017 22:17

Hello
Blumberg Kurt, 24.02.1919, Lt., -, -, 12.09.1939 (Sompolno), VB
According to attached photograph he served in 5. Kompanie Eisenbahn Pionier Regiment 68.

Source: http://www.ebay.de/itm/GERMAN-5-KOMPANI ... SwOtdYVVzq

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Re: Poland 1939: KIA German officers

Post by Bf110 » 30 Apr 2017 14:23

Hi.
Stauffenberg II wrote: Exner Martin, 06.03.1914, Oblt., -, -, 20.09.1939 (Laski), VB
According to this photograph of his gravesite, Martin Exner was Leutnant in 2./AA6.
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Re: Poland 1939: KIA German officers

Post by Jan-Hendrik » 02 May 2017 15:27

Nienaber Horst, 13.11.1918, Lt., Pz. R. 6, 3. Pz. Div., 01.09.1939 (Gr. Wielka Klonia), VB, H. Gru. Nord
Per history of Panzerregiment 6 he belonged to 7.Kompanie.

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Re: Poland 1939: KIA German officers

Post by Bf110 » 21 May 2017 09:04

Hello.
Stauffenberg II wrote:Bruckmeier Josef, 10.01.1911, Oblt., -, -, 21.09.1939 (Thorn), VB
According to his death card, Joseph Bruckmeier was killed on 22.09.1939.

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Re: Poland 1939: KIA German officers

Post by history1 » 24 May 2017 17:33

Hi Bf110,

now´s the question which date is correct. The Volksbund states 21.9.1939.
BTW, on the death card of my great uncle is the information that he fought in a Mountain Infantry Regiment (Gebirgsjäger unit) which is not correct as he never was a member of such troops.

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Re: Poland 1939: KIA German officers

Post by nimbuss » 07 Jul 2017 21:33

Braune-Krickau Ferdinand, 19.07.1909, Hptm., -, -, 05.09.1939 (Kielce), VB
According to KTB XV AK Hptm. Braune was "O1 der 2.le.Div."

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Re: Poland 1939: KIA German officers

Post by nimbuss » 09 Jul 2017 21:27

Hey staff !

Is there anybody on duty to make update of the topic ?
Last one 06.04.2014...

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Poland 1939 KIA German officers

Post by PeterAlorm » 10 Sep 2017 19:44

When did the book say Feuilly became interested in Poland?
I know there was the Polish National Revolution from about 1830-34 because I came across it in my research on the Marquis de Lafayette. Also, I was wondering if anyone knows things I could read on the Polish National Revolution.

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Re: Poland 1939: KIA German officers

Post by nimbuss » 28 Dec 2017 21:46

von Bahrfeldt Joachim, 07.02.1915, Oblt., Pz. Lehrabt., 3. Pz. Div., 04.09.1939 (Ober-Gruppe, bestattet in Fürstenwalde / Spree), H. Gru. Nord (fälschlich von Bahrfeld)
I assume Ober-Gruppe is polish Grupa Górna.
But there's a photo of his grave laying between two another soldiers, that died in Grupa Dolna (according to Volksbund).
So he must have died in Grupa but it is not clear wheather it was Grupa Górna or Grupa Dolna.
Both villages are very close to each other, 5 km west of Grudziądz (Graudenz).

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Re: Poland 1939: KIA German officers

Post by Tim_DC » 09 Jan 2018 19:56

Njorl wrote:
Domen121 wrote:
Euen Erich Albert Gustav, 08.02.1914, Oblt., -, -, 01.09.1939 (Bhf. Konitz), VB
Oberleutnant Euen was the commander of Eisenbahn-Panzerzug 3.:

http://www.feldgrau.com/eisb3.html

It was seriously damaged on 01.09.1939 (Polish accounts say about 40 accurate hits).
Do you have any hard proofs for this information? So far we only speculated ...

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I stumbled on this thread when researching a photo of Oblt. Euen that I will be selling and can confirm this information. The backside of the photo has "Leutnant Euen, 4.(MG)Kp.IR19. Oblt. 1938. Am 1.9.39 als Kommandant eines Panzerzuges gefallen.", described by a veteran. Below is his portrait.
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Re: Poland 1939: KIA German officers

Post by alltiger » 21 Jan 2018 17:56

Hello
Such a picture came out at the auction.
General Paul Otto bends over the grave. I am describing the rank of lieutenant, date of death on September 10, 1939, and the inscription: Głowaczów. Together with the general. He can decipher the name. What kind of a person is that the grave is visited by the general himself. People remember the plane and the general, only that he did not die and the Lieutenant
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