SS Officer tattoos?

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SS Officer tattoos?

Post by MrFurious » 27 Mar 2002 05:20

Does anyone have a picture of what the SS officer's blood type tattoo looked like? Thanks...

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tattoo

Post by HaEn » 27 Mar 2002 05:28

The same as any other SS angehörige's blood type tattoo. HN.

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Post by Karl » 27 Mar 2002 05:42

Dr.,

May I ask: did you have to get one done? Was it compulsory? I know some SS didn’t have them.

Groeten.

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moest het

Post by HaEn » 27 Mar 2002 16:23

Ja het was een "motje", er was geen ontsnappen aan. iedereen die in de W SS was kreeg het. De bedoeling as dat op ht slagveld, de bloedgroep van een gewonde soldaat onmiddelijk kon worden vastgesteld. Gr. HN

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Post by Christian Ankerstjerne » 27 Mar 2002 17:33

Didn't understand all fo what you wrote HaEn - but I assume you were saying yes, and telling something about the blodgroup being needed for wounded soldiers, so that immidiate help was possible?

FP

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Post by Karl » 28 Mar 2002 00:30

You’ze be the man, Ferdinand. You’ze the man!

;)

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Post by Timo » 28 Mar 2002 01:44

Nooit geweten dat Karl een Hollander is.

HaEn, heb je die memoires over Berlijn al gelezen?

Groeten uit Amsterdam,
Timo

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Post by Birgitte Heuschkel » 28 Mar 2002 02:04

*whine* Don't leave me out just because I don't speak Dutsch!

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Post by Dan » 28 Mar 2002 04:11

I would think that Danish is close enough to have understood. FP is right, the tatoos were so the wounded could get help right away.

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Post by Dan » 28 Mar 2002 04:17

HaEn, heb je die memoires over Berlijn al gelezen?


The biggest difference for me is "Je" instead of "U"; I guess I really was in a time-warp.

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Post by MrFurious » 28 Mar 2002 04:49

Agora foto que é bom mesmo ninguém parece estar à fim de indicar. Pessoal só sabe ficá tacando umas conversas meio exquisitas. Pra mim eles tão é esnobando a galera. Pois eles que se danem, eu é que num vou ficar traduzindo essas besteiras.

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nyet ponnemay

Post by HaEn » 28 Mar 2002 05:26

To Ferdinand and Birgitte. Sorry for answering in Dutch. When i got the "private" message from Ferdinant, signed "groeten" (greetings) I surmised he was Dutch, and answered as such. I did not realise that the answer would show up in the forum subject also. Mea Culpa ! :cry: Regards. HN.

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Post by Karl » 28 Mar 2002 07:30

Nee, Karl is geen Hollander Timo. Maar zein Moeder is half Nederlands.

Tot zeins.

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Post by Karl » 28 Mar 2002 07:34

Eh, didn't quite get that Furious.

8O

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Re: nyet ponnemay

Post by Birgitte Heuschkel » 28 Mar 2002 11:50

HaEn wrote:To Ferdinand and Birgitte. Sorry for answering in Dutch. When i got the "private" message from Ferdinant, signed "groeten" (greetings) I surmised he was Dutch, and answered as such. I did not realise that the answer would show up in the forum subject also. Mea Culpa ! :cry: Regards. HN.


Aww, okay, you have absolution. :wink:

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