New list Foreign High SS officers

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Phil Don
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Re: New list Foreign High SS officers

Post by Phil Don » 27 Mar 2008 19:43

OK, they were policemen and not soldiers so why I don't know them.

Thanks

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Re: New list Foreign High SS officers

Post by Milicien inconnu » 28 Mar 2008 14:43

Very soon the complete list of know french Waffen SS , officers or not , their live , destiny !

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Re: New list Foreign High SS officers

Post by freelancer » 07 May 2008 14:19

Poland:
Brigadeführer Bronislav Vladislavovich Kaminsky – 16/06/1899-28/08/1944


This is not true. There were no Poles in SS at all. Bronislav Kaminski was from Belarous. His second name sound like polish, hoever he was not this nationality. His people commited a lot of crimes during Warsaw Uprising in 1944: murders, rapes, thefts. This was to much even for SS (thefts I mean), and Kaminsky was taken to war court. Date of his execution is unknown. 28.08.1944 is because of note in von dem Bach's diary about his trial. According to official SS's documents he died 04.10.1944.

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Re: New list Foreign High SS officers

Post by Jan-Hendrik » 07 May 2008 14:58

Topic Kaminski

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Re: New list Foreign High SS officers

Post by Petruk » 28 May 2008 08:08

The Sturmbannführer Paul Siegfried Lanno died 02 Jan 1981 in Perth / Australia and is buried there on 16 Jan 1981.

My Question: where may I find mor details on the career of P.S.Lanno?
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Re: New list Foreign High SS officers

Post by PhD about Italian Waffen SS » 21 Jul 2009 11:27

Hi, where can find this picture? I would like to use it in my study! nicolaguerra.phd@gmail.com
FRANCY RITTER wrote:
"Phil Don"For italian
Ostubaf:
GIORLEO Armando
It's Waffen Ostubaf Armando Biorleo ...not Giorleo :wink:

Below Armando Biorleo in discussion with SS-Stubaf. Luis Thaler .
From The Italian Army 1940-45 Di Philip S. Jowett ...Osprey Publishing

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Re: New list Foreign High SS officers

Post by Marcus » 21 Jul 2009 11:32

PhD about Italian Waffen SS wrote:Hi, where can find this picture?
The source of the photo is listed in the post you replied to.

/Marcus

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Re: New list Foreign High SS officers

Post by PhD about Italian Waffen SS » 21 Jul 2009 15:15

Ok Thanks
I did not see it
I'll order it.
Nick
Marcus Wendel wrote:
PhD about Italian Waffen SS wrote:Hi, where can find this picture?
The source of the photo is listed in the post you replied to.

/Marcus

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Re: New list Foreign High SS officers

Post by Michi » 06 Aug 2009 00:48

For the Russians you can add:


Waffen-Obersturmbannführer Belaj, (already in your list)
Waffen-Obersturmbannführer Galkin,
Waffen-Obersturmbannführer Goljakow,
Waffen-Obersturmbannführer Schawykin, (already in your list)

Waffen-Sturmbannführer Frolow,
Waffen-Sturmbannführer Proschin,


I have also a few Russian Waffen-Hauptsturmführer (5 x) and Russian Waffen-Obersturmführer (1 x)



For the Byelorrusians you can add:

Waffen-Sturmbannführer Smowski,

I have also a few Byelorrusian Waffen-Hauptsturmführer (5 x), Byelorrusian Waffen-Obersturmführer (1 x) and Byelorrusian Waffen-Untersturmführer (4 x)




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(Paris, 22nd April of 1766 – 14th July of 1817)
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(De l'Allemagne, 1810)

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Re: New list Foreign High SS officers

Post by Petruk » 06 Aug 2009 08:11

Paul Siegfried Lanno, born 27.5.1896 in Werro/ Vana Roos (Estonia), died 2.1.1981 in Perth (West-Australia), buried 16.1.1981 in Perth, Karrakatta Cementary
Petruk

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Re: New list Foreign High SS officers

Post by fons » 06 Aug 2009 21:58

Juanjo wrote:
Obersturmbannführer Johann Bastiaan Van Heutsz – 01/10/1882-25/04/1945
Juanjo, some small details; it's "Johan Bastiaan van Heutsz jr."
So not Johann, also the "jr." has to be added and in Dutch names the "van" is not with a capital V.
Even his gravestone has his name spelled false :?

cheerios,
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Re: New list Foreign High SS officers

Post by Michi » 10 Aug 2009 13:17

For the Russians you can add:

Waffen-Sturmbannführer Kostyenko, (nothing in my sources about him)
Waffen-Sturmbannführer Tarassow,


For the Byelorrusians you can add:

Waffen-Sturmbannführer Murawjew,
Waffen-Sturmbannführer Sokal-Kotijlowsky, Anton



Juanjo wrote:
Michi wrote:I have also:
Waffen-Hauptsturmführer (5 x Byelorrussians & 5 x Russians)
Waffen-Obersturmführer (1 x Byelorrussian & 1 x Russian)
Waffen-Untersturmführer (4 x Byelorrussians)
Hello Michi, can you to say me the names of these officers?

Thanks for your contribution on my list
Juanjo
For the Russians I have:

Waffen-Hauptsturmführer Bacshanskij, (Name is mentioned in some sources of RONA)
Waffen-Hauptsturmführer Kapkajew,
Waffen-Hauptsturmführer Dr. Sabora,
Waffen-Hauptsturmführer Samsonow,
Waffen-Hauptsturmführer Woskoiboinik, Juri


Waffen-Obersturmführer Bagaturia, Alexej



For the Byelorrusians I have:

Waffen-Hauptsturmführer Chaikowsky, Dimitri
Waffen-Hauptsturmführer Jakitowitz,
Waffen-Hauptsturmführer Tamila,
Waffen-Hauptsturmführer Serafinowits, Michail
Waffen-Hauptsturmführer Zulow,


Waffen-Obersturmführer Mirenowitz, Yuljus

Waffen-Untersturmführer Gralewskij, Johan
Waffen-Untersturmführer Koserew, Leo
Waffen-Untersturmführer Missuik, Wladimir
Waffen-Untersturmführer Wanura,





MfG mICHi



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Anne-Louise Germaine Necker, baronne de Staël-Holstein, also known as Madame de Staël,
(Paris, 22nd April of 1766 – 14th July of 1817)
a French-speaking Swiss author:
"No matter how great a wrong is done to the Germans, some obscure German professor will always turn up and rearrange and reconfigure objectivity until he has proven that the Germans themselves did wrong."
(De l'Allemagne, 1810)

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Re: New list Foreign High SS officers

Post by Kurt_Belarus » 10 Aug 2009 15:42

Juanjo wrote: Byelorrusia
Sturmbannführer Anton Sokol-Kutylovsky
Sturmbannführer Ivan Murawjew
Correct name is "Belarus".

Ivan Murawjew was Russian, not Belarusian.
Bronislav Vladislavovich Kaminsky
He is Russian of Polish origin. From Bryansk.

Actually there were few Belarusians with SS-ranks: those who served in 13-th Belarusian police battalion of SD and those who became part of two 30 Waffen SS Grenadier divisions.

From fall to winter 1944 it was "2nd Russian". And after that the number "30" was given to the "1th Belarusian" division.

Perhaps there were others with ranks who served in SD and later in Scorzeni's commando "Jagdverband Ost" at the end of the war.

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Re: New list Foreign High SS officers

Post by Kurt_Belarus » 10 Aug 2009 15:46

Michi wrote: For the Byelorrusians I have:

Waffen-Hauptsturmführer Chaikowsky, Dimitri
Waffen-Hauptsturmführer Jakitowitz,
Waffen-Hauptsturmführer Tamila,
Waffen-Hauptsturmführer Serafinowits, Michail
Waffen-Hauptsturmführer Zulow,


Waffen-Obersturmführer Mirenowitz, Yuljus

Waffen-Untersturmführer Gralewskij, Johan
Waffen-Untersturmführer Koserew, Leo
Waffen-Untersturmführer Missuik, Wladimir
Waffen-Untersturmführer Wanura,
As far as I understand these men are from 30th Waffen-Grenadier division (1th Russian).
Most of them are Russians and Ukranians.

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Re: New list Foreign High SS officers

Post by VJK » 10 Aug 2009 16:40

Hi!

I have some additions/amendments to the Latvian officers' list:

Augstkalns: died 24 September 2000
Caune: the Führerliste has a typo - his rank was only Sturmscharführer
Grants: I have no confirmation that he was promoted from Hstuf.
Insbergs: Not promoted to Ostubaf. Died 8 July 1980
Kvalbergs: died 1 December 1968
Lapainis: died 2 December 1990
Lazduzieds: died 6 April 1990
Linins: died 15 June 1990
Ruks: died 6 May 1986

Best regards,

VJK

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