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Zugführer Lehrgang Dachau...

Post by Timo » 24 Mar 2002 06:20

If an SS-Standartenjunker was send to the Zugführer Lehrgang Dachau after he followed his course to become an Ustuf. at the Junkerschule, would this mean that he was send to the SS Unterführerschule Radolfzell (Dachau)? I am talking about 1938.

Any help is very much appreciated.

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Radolfzell

Post by John P. Moore » 24 Mar 2002 21:25

Radolfzell is located near the NW end of the Bodenzee (Lake Constance). It was the site of the SS-Unterführerschule and earlier the Kaserne of III./SS-"Germania". The 4th Reserve-Führeranwärter-Lehrgang was conducted at Radolfzell from 1.3.1941 to 31.5.1941 with graduates (among those still living) being promted to Ustuf.(Reserve) on 1.9.1941.

One or more post-Junkerschule platoon leader courses took place at Dachau in the late 30s. Dachau is located over 200 kilometers east of Radolfzell near Munich.

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Post by Timo » 24 Mar 2002 21:34

Hmmm.

At http://www.isc-como.org/Schiavi_di_hitl ... ampi/s.htm they talk about:

SS Unterfuehrerschule in Radolfzell
SS Unterfuehrerschule "Radolfzell" in Dachau

Does anybody know the difference?

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