Oberst i.G. Brückner

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Rossano
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Re: Oberst i.G. Brückner

Post by Rossano » 16 Jan 2020 18:22

Sorry, I have no female Beamten or Offiziere in my data bank

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Re: Oberst i.G. Brückner

Post by andrew184 » 16 Jan 2020 20:35

No problem, thanks for your help, really appreciate it!

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Re: Oberst i.G. Brückner

Post by andrew184 » 20 Feb 2020 15:15

I have read about a further officer from the Kriegsgeschichtliche Abteilung des Heeres who committed suicide in February 1945. That takes the total in this department to three. Plus one researcher from the Kriegsgeschichtliche Abteilung OKW - makes four (!)

His name was Colonel Alfred Schneider. Does he perhaps come up in any of your lists?

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Re: Oberst i.G. Brückner

Post by Rossano » 20 Feb 2020 16:55

I have no such officer in my data bank, nor I have an Ob. Schneider in that (Wissensch.)Abt. but this doesn' t mean that he couldn' t have been there in jan.45
If he exhisted he was probably an officer z.V. (I' ve one or two Ob. z.V. Schneider in other commands during WW2, but unfortunately still without first name)

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Re: Oberst i.G. Brückner

Post by andrew184 » 21 Mar 2020 16:14

Thank you very much for checking, Rossano. Very kind of you.

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