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Jan-Hendrik
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Post by Jan-Hendrik » 09 Oct 2005 07:35

Could it be a typo in the book ? My one is 3rd Auflage from 1978 .

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Post by Miha Grcar » 09 Oct 2005 13:50

Marc,

thank you very much, its not so complicated when you have reliable fact presented!

Thanks for that correction and all the addtional info! :)

best regards,
Miha

P.S. I always feel bad when I have men listed as KIA when they in fact lived much longer or are still living... :oops:

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Post by Georg_S » 20 Oct 2005 06:42

A photo of SS-Ostubaf W Körbel I have unfortunately forgotten the source but I think it´s "Der Freiwillige"

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Georg

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Post by Marc Rikmenspoel » 20 Oct 2005 19:06

I think that photo is widespread, I have a print of it from Tommy Natedal, and I used it in one of my books.

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Post by Sgt.Steiner » 28 Dec 2005 17:52

Any info on the Feldgendarmerie Trupp 11?

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Post by Mikedc » 13 May 2006 18:52

Hello folks,

Hopefully we can solve a problem here.

In this post I've seen the following:
SS-Hauptscharführer Siegfried Lüngen: CO 5. Kp. SS-Pz.-Gr.-Rgt. 'Norge'.
SS-Hauptscharführer Siegfried Lüngen: CO 6. Kp. SS-Pz.-Gr.-Rgt. 'Norge'.
Also http://www.das-ritterkreuz.de says he was CO 6. Kp.

So what is correct???
Mike

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Post by PanzerKing » 13 May 2006 19:26

Does anyone have any vehicle strength reports...especially the Hermann von Salza Pz.Abt?

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Post by Mikedc » 13 May 2006 19:47

Who can tell me more about Wernet Zoebel???

Can't find anything on the guy.

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Post by Mikedc » 13 May 2006 19:52

Sorry, made a small typing-error.
It should have been Werner Zoebel, not Wernet Zoebel.

And what about Ferdinand Koglnig???
Did see his name in this post(page 1)but can't find anything on him.


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Ritterkreuz Kompanie from 4 panzer regiment

Post by kitaustria » 23 May 2006 16:06

Is anyone interested in some info on the Ritterkreuz Kompanie from Propoisk 14.07.1941?
I have several awards and certificates from this battle belonging to Wilhelm Denk, 4 Panzer Regiment.

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Post by -Michael » 23 May 2006 19:00

I know of only two people from Flanders that served in the 11. SS-Freiwilligen-Panzergrenadier-Division «Nordland»:
SS-Obersturmführer Eugéne Buyse -- Ib/Divisionsstab
SS-Obersturmführer Herman van de Walle -- Zugführer, 2. Kompanie/SS-Panzer-Aufklärungsabteilung 11 «Nordland»

Where there more?

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Post by Juanjo » 23 May 2006 19:40

Hi Stormman

In the book "Raza de Vikingos. La División SS Nordland" writed by Carlos Caballero, he said that on december of 1943 in the division "Nordland" had 1 flemish officer, 9 flemish NCO and 15 flemish soldiers, but I don´t know the names.

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Post by Albert93 » 25 May 2006 10:03

Mikedc wrote:Hello folks,

Hopefully we can solve a problem here.

In this post I've seen the following:
SS-Hauptscharführer Siegfried Lüngen: CO 5. Kp. SS-Pz.-Gr.-Rgt. 'Norge'.
SS-Hauptscharführer Siegfried Lüngen: CO 6. Kp. SS-Pz.-Gr.-Rgt. 'Norge'.
Also http://www.das-ritterkreuz.de says he was CO 6. Kp.

So what is correct???
Mike


Does anybody know if Lüngen's continued to serve in 'Norge' after he received the KC, where he was when the war ended, and what happened to him after the war?

Thanks in advance.

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Post by Albert93 » 25 May 2006 11:52

nmy wrote:
SS-Feld-Ersatz-Bataillon 11
Commanders:
SS-Ostubaf Franz Lang

1.Kompanie:
?

2.Kompanie:
SS-Ostuf Felix Biedermann (?-?.04.1945) (MIA/KIA)

3.Kompanie:

4.Kompanie:
SS-Ostuf Theodor Schücker (?-?.04.1944)

/Predrag


Would anybody happen to know this battalion's last actions in April and May 1945? Where did it surrender? Did it surrender to the Western Allies or to the Red Army?

And could someone enlighten me as to the difference in purpose and composition (if any) of a Feldersatz-Battailon and a Panzergrenadier-Ausbildungs- und Ersatz-Battailon?

Thanks in advance! :)

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5th SS "Wiking" Division.

Post by werwolf517 » 11 Aug 2006 22:27

Hello, don't know if this would help anyone with any research regarding the 5th SS "Wiking" division , but my friend was an officer in the Wiking division regiment "Nordland" . If you have a question that you would like to ask me I'm sure I could ask him and see if he could help in some way. please feel free to contact me.
I if I can help in some way, please let me know because I think this web site is awsome !

Thanks

Werwolf

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