Die Bandenkämpfer - Holders of Bandenkampfabzeichen

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Re: Die Bandenkämpfer - Holders of Bandenkampfabzeichen

Post by Bernd R » 15 Feb 2009 16:33

Updated, thanks T.K. !
There should be a chance to find out which Geb.Jäg.Rgt. was around Bologna. The place of birth - Peiting - could be the one I know of, it is near Weilheim, Oberbayern (Upper Bavaria).

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Post by T.K. » 20 Feb 2009 11:32

SS-Strm. Burkhard Rathmann, 4.Kp.\Karstwehr Btl., 30\01\1945, Globocnik, BKAs (Source: Besitzzeugnis, 39-45 Militaria Magazine 264)

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Post by Bernd R » 20 Feb 2009 13:11

Thanks T.K., added.
Feldwebel (promoted) Franz Pucher is the already listed (Besitzzeugnis and pic now)
Pucher, Franz, 01.06.1944, Unteroffizier, 13./Jäg.Rgt. 749 / 117. Jäg.Div. - BKAb [Besitzzeugnis]
[on sale by Janssen Militaria]
and : death card
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Post by Bernd R » 20 Feb 2009 13:21

While looking for the division of a few not yet listed with a higher headquarter I noticed some unclear unit designations / a difficulty to state the assignment for sure :
Leutnant Gebauer a.d Reserve of Fusilier Batt. 230 recieved the BKA in Bronze on 15 July 1944
Füs.Btl. 230 ? 76. ID had Füs.Rgt. 230 ; was at Jassy, frontline combat.
Robert, Otto, 13.11.1944, Unteroffizier, 3./Div.Füs.Btl. 363 - BKAb?
[born on 26\10\02 at Schoemberg?, Source; Wehrpass at Weitze's ]
This should be 363. VDG ; was at Arnheim in autumn 44 ; had a Füs.Kp only in theory.

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Post by Marcus » 10 Apr 2009 09:37

I'm not sure if this photo have been posted here yet:

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http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic. ... 36#p455336

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Post by T.K. » 10 Apr 2009 14:04

Hello Markus,

Have this fella a name?
I don't remember now...

Is posted for sure on the "BKA in wear" thread anyway.

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Post by ecky66 » 25 Jun 2009 08:49

Here is another name from a sodier who has received the bka in silver.

it is Hauptscharführer Josef Görgner 2. SS/ Pz. Nachr. Abt. 9 ( Hohenstaufen )

He got them on 21. 08. 44 for 56 56 Kampftage

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Post by Bernd R » 25 Jun 2009 11:37

Hi ecky66, welcome to the forum !

Thanks for that. I have two questions.
1) source for the BKAs ; or (at least) : where mentioned ? / photo / etc.
2) do you possibly know his unit he served with prior to "Hohenstaufen" ? (as I take it as a fact that he didn't reach 56 Bandenkampftage with this division's Nachr.Abt.)

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Post by Bart V. » 01 Oct 2009 12:38

Obergefreiter Michael Zawarty (BKA Silber, 05.02.1945)
Serving in 8./ Jäger-Regiment 721

Source: http://www.mdmilitaria.com/components/c ... 1ce808.jpg

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Post by Bart V. » 01 Oct 2009 15:28

Kurt Anders, (BKA Silber, 20.04.1945)
Serving in Feldgend.Abt.(mot.)696

Source: His soldbuch

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Post by T.K. » 04 Oct 2009 15:31

Hi got this but I don't remember where did it came from!!

SS-Stuscha. Dennerlein Theodor 14\10\1908 BKAs (Aussenkommando Turin - Aussenposten Biella \ Einsatzgruppe D Italia Istria Slovenia)

sorry!!!

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Post by Bernd R » 24 Oct 2009 14:49

Dennerlein is listed already. Anders and Zawarty added.
Görgner not added - no source, no answer, no listing.

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Re: Die Bandenkämpfer - Holders of Bandenkampfabzeichen

Post by Marcus » 24 Oct 2009 17:13

A post dealing with the badge itself was split off to a new thread at http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=159305

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Re: Thread "Die Bandenkämpfer - Holders of Bandenkampfabzeichen"

Post by T.K. » 28 Oct 2009 10:50

history1 wrote:Reading the thread I found a caption called "Slovensko Domobranstvo - P.L. \ OZAK ".
I don´t know what is OZAK but the all names are slovenian and the link leads to this page:
http://www.axishistory.com/index.php?id=95

So far as I know "Slovensko" means also "Slovakia" in slovakian.

Any suggestion to this circumstance will be appreciated! What to do that there will be no confusion?
Is my fear about that maybe without any reason?

Regards,
Roman
Hi Roman,

during 1943-45 a huge part of North Italy and Slovenia was annexed to the Reich under the name of Operationszone Adriatisches Kuestenland (OZAK).
Slovensko has nothing to do with Slovakia, Slovensko Domobranstvo were like Landschutz units of the Provinz Laibach (P.L., Ljubljana) that was also part of OZAK.
You cannot make confusion with the term OZAK, it's well known to the researchers.

BR

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