Poland 1939: KIA German officers

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Post by Bf110 » 25 Nov 2020 11:45

Hello.
Stauffenberg II wrote:
05 May 2007 12:57
Part 3 : Research Section
Part 3.3 : Officers with death dates in 1939 or therafter per VB and other sources where it is not reasonably assured that their death was related with the Poland 1939 campaign: -> (87)

Paczoch Heinz, 28.10.1911, Oblt., -, -, 20.09.1939, VB (Grablage: Kriegsgräberstätte in Berlin-Zehl.-Nikolassee)
Heinz Paczoch was observer in 3.(F)/123 and was badly wounded by aa fire on 17.09.39 over Modlin. He died on 20.09.39 in St. Elisabeth hospital in Schweidnitz (Świdnica). Source: http://forum.12oclockhigh.net/showthread.php?t=39007.

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Post by Bf110 » 05 Feb 2021 16:48

Stauffenberg II wrote:
05 May 2007 12:57
Part 2.2: S - Z

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Seebohm Kurt, 17.01.1918, Lt., -, -, 05.10.1939 (Nordrand v. Fiukowka), VB
Kurt Seebohm was member of Stabskompanie IR 15 (mot.)
https://www.ebay.de/itm/Orig-Foto-Grab- ... _Auction=1

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Post by Bf110 » 03 Apr 2021 21:55

Hello.
Stauffenberg II wrote:
05 May 2007 12:57
Winter Arnold, 07.08.1914, Lt., -, -, 17.09.1939, VB
He was a member of I.R. 93 from 13. Infanteriedivision. Photograph of his grave here: https://www.ebay.de/itm/Orig-Foto-Grab- ... _Auction=1.

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Re: Poland 1939: KIA German officers

Post by Dave Danner » 28 Jun 2021 11:58

Balsi wrote:
13 Oct 2019 05:28
Good morning from Berlin,

regarding Hauptmann Madel.. he was wounded (shot in the stomach) while forcing the Warthe on the 06.09., and died in the Lazarett in Blaszki on the 09.09.

Sourse:
ZAMO 500 Fond 12483 Akte 11 p. 71
Dr. Johann Madel
Further on Madel: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johannes_Madel

He was a Leutnant der Reserve in Württemberg's Pionier-Bataillon Nr. 13 in World War I. He commanded several Minenwerfer units from 1914-1917 and then served in the Military Mission in Turkey from 1917-1918.

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