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Post by Daniel Laurent » 10 Oct 2005 06:47

I edited again the list, adding the names of 5 W.SS executed on May 9, 45 at Bad-Reichenhall:

List deleted to respect the will of the desendents of the French volunteers

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Post by Juanjo » 10 Oct 2005 09:56

Hi Daniel

News french SS:

Rottenführer Andre Lamy
Unterscharführer Rene Bourges

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Post by Daniel Laurent » 10 Oct 2005 10:15

Thanks, Juanjo,
Main list above edited.
I remember having seen those names somewhere else.

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Post by Daniel Laurent » 10 Oct 2005 12:16

List above edited again :D

Found few more names from this old thread at AH Forum, all from Daniel Löwenhamn .
But 3 names with no rank, no dates, no first names.
Any one can help?

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I also shifted the full list as the last post, to facilitate...
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Post by Daniel Laurent » 10 Oct 2005 12:18

Editions: 9 October (Panzermahn) - 9 October (Zabrali) - 9 October (Juanjo) - 10 October (3 officers/NCO and 2 grenadier executed at Bad Reichenhall) - 10 October (Juanjo and Daniel Löwenhamn) – 11 October (Juanjo and Zabrali)
Officers and NCO’s of the French Wafen SS units

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Post by Juanjo » 10 Oct 2005 16:09

Hi Daniel

I found more n ames from the books "Contra Stalin y De Gaulle" y "Carlomagno" by Carlos Caballero

SS-Kriegsberichter Jean Henri Azema
SS-Kriegsberichter Jean Lostau
Standartenjunker Platon
Hauptscharführer Surrel
Standartenoberjunker Anneshaensel
Oberscharführer Couvreur
Standartenoberjunker Million-Rousseau
Oberscharführer Girard
Hauptscharführer Catenes
Standartenoberjunker Chatrouse
Oberscharführer Mermejean
Hauptscharführer Walter
Standartenoberjunker Radici
Oberscharführer Mongourd

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Post by zabrali » 10 Oct 2005 16:28

Hi Daniel,

I think for Falcy it's the leutnant Alfred Falcy zugfuhrer 2 / I .IR 638 in 1942 , I find that in

" hommes de guerre n° 13 , 1942 la clairiere sanglante de kalinine " by Eric Lefevre and

"la légion perdue" by Eric Lefevre & Jean Mabire

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Post by zabrali » 10 Oct 2005 16:49

Hi Daniel,

it's not Doffat but Daffas for more information reading "rendez vous tragique a Bad-Reichenhall"

by E . Lefèvre

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Post by Daniel Laurent » 11 Oct 2005 17:10

Hi, Juanjo and Zabrali,
Main list above edited with your input, thanks.
I also edited the "sources" list with 2 Spanish books I haven't read but that are the main sources of Juanjo :lol:
We are now at 158 Officers and NCO's.
Let's keep it on a bit, gentlemen, I start to believe that we have here a list that has *never* been available before anywhere else.
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Post by Daniel Laurent » 22 Jan 2006 07:55

Hi everybody,

I have been approached by a member of an association of descendents of the French volunteers in the Eastern Front.

Believe it or not, those people are still harassed in France because their father, grand father or uncle was there. I have been quoted the case of a French civil servant whose carrier is in trouble because the name and details of his relative who was a W.SS has been disclosed at his workplace.

The way I have been approached convinced me that this is a genuine request from real descendents. Kindly don't ask me details.

So, I decided to wipe off all the names I posted here.

We can very much discuss about what they have done, why, where, how and with what but we better try to avoid mentioning names.

If some of you here would do the same "cleansing" of their own posts, it would be appreciated.

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Post by Phil Nix » 22 Jan 2006 12:05

Could the officer "roy" be Jacques Leroy Adjutant Kdr I Battalion 69 Regiment 28 Waffen SS Div.
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Post by Nabo » 22 Jan 2006 12:40

Pierre Cance was Hauptsturmfuehrer, not Sturmbahnfuehrer.


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Post by Daniel Laurent » 22 Jan 2006 12:49

Hi Phil, Hi Nabo,
I posted to explain why I erased all the names in my previous posts and you guys are posting on names as if nothing was written.
Please read my posts and act accordingly, thanks in advance.
Who the hell care what was the exact rank or units of the W.SS XYZ if his name posted on Internet can create troubles to his children, nephews or whomsoever in France.
Got it?
Please try
Thanks in advance
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Post by Georg_S » 25 Jan 2006 15:06

I have heard such stories before and I was myself harrassed when I was asking some "in French eyes" stupid questions when
I was visiting Paris a few years ago. I can´t believe even 60 years after WWII still the wounds are so open for the French people

It´s a pity it´s like that, and I still are thinking of how it looked before the WWII, the greatest bastard ever existed before WWII was a frenchmann Napoleon Bonaparte, but today he is "rehabilitated" and if you are interessted in him and his history you are cultivated, but if you are interessted in Waffen-SS and as for me especailly in KZ/KL´s you must be a nazi.... I have to exzplain myself everytime someone visits me bcause of all the books and photos about and of the SS.

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Post by Daniel Laurent » 25 Jan 2006 15:36

Georg wrote: I can´t believe even 60 years after WWII still the wounds are so open for the French people
Just showing that you know almost nothing about the French history....
It´s a pity it´s like that, and I still are thinking of how it looked before the WWII, the greatest bastard ever existed before WWII was a frenchmann Napoleon Bonaparte,
Would you mind to elaborate a bit about the man who spread the ideals of the French Republican revolution all over Europe and was beaten only by a coalition of dictatorial autocrats such as the Kings of Prussia, of England, the Emperor of Austria-Hungary and the Tsar of Russia?
but today he is"rehabilitated" and if you are interested in him and his history you are cultivated, but if you are interessted in Waffen-SS and as for me especailly in KZ/KL´s you must be a nazi.... I have to explain myself everytime someone visits me bcause of all the books and photos about and of the SS.
I am interested in history. Have a look to the little pages I posted about the French collaboration:
http://www.axishistory.com/index.php?id=7259
Now, what exactly do you have after the French?
May we know?
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Daniel

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