Poland 1939: KIA German officers

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Re: Poland 1939: KIA German officers

Post by Rossano » 09 Apr 2022 20:51

Thanks Stauffenberg, very kind of You
P.S.: from which roll/rolls + pages ?

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Re: Poland 1939: KIA German officers

Post by Stauffenberg II » 10 Apr 2022 13:18

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Post by sil3nt » 24 Nov 2022 23:25

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

Wiesener Joachim, 02.03.1919, Lt., -, -, 17.09.1939, VB
Artillerie-Regiment 55
( http://wraki39.pobitwie.pl/index.php?/category/1568 )
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Re: Poland 1939: KIA German officers

Post by Balsi » 26 Nov 2022 07:15

Hi,

Leutnant Hans Graeser, 4./AR 8:

this is not Motere..it`s Mokre. He was buried on the cemetery of Ornontowice. Both places are located southwest of Mikolow.

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Re: Poland 1939: KIA German officers

Post by Jan-Hendrik » 04 Dec 2022 11:48

Njorl wrote:
06 May 2012 17:56
See picture below for information on last KIA officer from A.R. 10, whose assignment was not known yet.
MasterList wrote:Horn Hans, 16.12.1913, Oblt., -, -, 27.09.1939 (Warschau-Mokotow), VB
"Hans Horn
Oblt. u. Rgts.Adj. A.R. 10
gef. am 27.9.1939"

Source: expired eBay auction.

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KIA 8.30 Uhr leading 5.Bttr./AR 10

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Re: Poland 1939: KIA German officers

Post by GSCH » 08 Jan 2023 19:42

der oben aufgeführte Hans Schilling war mein Großvater. Gibt es irgendwelche weiteren Informationen???

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Re: Poland 1939: KIA German officers

Post by Stauffenberg II » 14 Apr 2023 16:41

Stauffenberg II wrote:
08 Apr 2022 15:04
Although the thread is currently not maintained, here the results of 15 years ABR research, the high ranking GE army losses, Poland 1939:
Maybe somebody with Mod-authorisation could change the content regarding Bumiller.

Bumiller was not born in Neuenburg, but in Neuenbürg (Schwarzwald).

Tschmarke was not born in Posen but next to Posen in Jersitz.
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Re: Poland 1939: KIA German officers

Post by Bf110 » 17 Feb 2024 14:12

Hello.

According to Lt. Eichhorn I found this entry in the KTB of 4th PD:

https://wwii.germandocsinrussia.org/de/ ... ect/zoom/4

There it is said, that he died during a raiding patrol (Stoßtruppunternehmen) near Babice.
Piotr Kapuscinski wrote:
17 May 2009 11:33
If it comes to Lt. Eichhorn - I suppose that I know the answer.

I suppose that he was KIA near Mosciska which are located west of Warsaw in commune Izabelin:

http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mo%C5%9Bci ... _zachodni)

From ww2 day by day (old version) - daily reports - 10.09.1939:

http://web.archive.org/web/200801100925 ... byday.com/
Early evening a platoon of 5.Kp. was ordered to recon the road to Warschau. They encountered an enemy position where two tanks where hit and had to left behind. They got too close to the enemy position and were destroyed by direct hits from artillery guns. One of the survivors was taken prisoner and was released after the fall of Warschau.

In the evening tanks of the 1.Kp. advanced to the west end of Wawrzyszew to have a better position. They stop groups of polish soldiers that wanted to sneak into Warschau. After they left their weapons they were sent back to the west because there was no personnel to guard the prisoners.

After sunset a Lt. of PR.36 arrived with 200 prisoners from the west as they spotted armoured vehicles that entered a wood nearby. It was not clear they were friend or foe. But suddenly 3,7 guns fired and destroyed two tanks of 1.Kp.

The Lt. of PR.36 was killed at this attack.
/ Peter
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Re: Poland 1939: KIA German officers

Post by Hans S » 17 Feb 2024 14:39

GSCH wrote:
08 Jan 2023 19:42
der oben aufgeführte Hans Schilling war mein Großvater. Gibt es irgendwelche weiteren Informationen???


Willkommen.

Ich glaube dass die meisten hier spricht nicht Deutsch.

Probieren mit 'Gooogle translate' zu English.

"Hans Schilling was my grandfather, can anyone provide more information?"

Without Google so probably many errors.

Cheers

Hans

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