Bosnian SS Officers

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Re: Bosnian SS Officers

Post by Nicolas CAM » 10 Nov 2016 07:22

Hello,

I think that Nikola Vukelic was "fahnenoberjunker"
Born 18 Mars 1924 at Mali Zitnik, close to gospic (Croatia)
Was Domobran before be volunter SS in the Handzar.
Religion Catholic
Executed the 18 September 1943 after he has been one of the 4 ring leader of the mutiny of Villefranche de Rouergue (17/09/1943)

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- Municipal Archives of Villefranche de Rouergue
- Šemso ALIHODŽIC (Semso Alihodzic o pobuni u Villefranche-u (17. 09. 1943.) -- Thx to George Lepre who share this last one

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Re: Bosnian SS Officers

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Re: Bosnian SS Officers

Post by smetanin albert » 24 Jul 2018 11:04

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Re: Bosnian SS Officers

Post by Ivan Ž. » 27 Jul 2018 22:31

smetanin albert wrote:
24 Jul 2018 11:04
from SSO Haznadar
Hello, Albert, and thanks for posting. Any more info on Haznadar perhaps? In which division subunit did he serve?

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Re: Bosnian SS Officers

Post by George Lepre » 28 Jul 2018 02:07

Hi Ivan -

He was with Pz.Jg. Abt. 13 and was transferred to Kama in 1944.

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Re: Bosnian SS Officers

Post by Ivan Ž. » 28 Jul 2018 02:46

Thank you, George! This makes perfect sense, since there's a photo of him with the Grand Mufti in Neuhammer - during the Pz.Jg.Abt. inspection.

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Re: Bosnian SS Officers

Post by DFrolov1992 » 28 Jul 2018 03:18

George Lepre wrote:
28 Jul 2018 02:07
Hi Ivan -

He was with Pz.Jg. Abt. 13 and was transferred to Kama in 1944.

George
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Re: Bosnian SS Officers

Post by Huska » 28 Oct 2018 11:26

Hi everybody,does anybody have any information on Lelija Šuvalić,he was one of the officers.
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Re: Bosnian SS Officers

Post by Huska » 10 Nov 2018 12:28

Any info about Adem Okanadžić and Luftija Didzarević?
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Re: Bosnian SS Officers

Post by balkanguy44 » 10 Nov 2018 14:56

Huska wrote:
10 Nov 2018 12:28
Any info about Adem Okanadžić and Luftija Didzarević?
Hello, Huska

First of all this is a thread about Bosnian SS Officers and not ordinary soldiers.
Please start a new one if you want to discuss that topic.

The only thing I know is that Adem Okanadžić was decorated for his actions during the Mutiny in Villefranche on 17 September 1943.

Additional: *Luftija Dizdarević (not Didzarević) was one of the lesser known ring leader of the Mutiny in Villefranche.
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Re: Bosnian SS Officers

Post by Huska » 10 Nov 2018 21:09

Three officers from my private collection:
Captain Medić
Lieutenant Salko Prelo
Lieutenant Alija Turulja
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Re: Bosnian SS Officers

Post by balkanguy44 » 10 Nov 2018 21:15

Huska wrote:
10 Nov 2018 21:09
Three officers from my private collection:
Captain Medić
Lieutenant Salko Prelo
Lieutenant Alija Turulja
Hello, Huska

Do you have a document of them or a photo? It could help.
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Re: Bosnian SS Officers

Post by Huska » 10 Nov 2018 21:26

Dont have a photo but i have info on
Salko Prelo and Alija Turulja
Salko Prelo: Born in Paraun near Goražde.
Joined Handschar in 1943,died while fighting with partisans,last seen in Sarajevo.
Alija Turulja:Some village near Goražde,he was first a memeber of Croatian Homeguard then he was transferred to Handschar in 1943.He visited his family when the division came back to Bosnia in 1944.Killed by
Chetniks.

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Best Regards

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Re: Bosnian SS Officers

Post by balkanguy44 » 11 Nov 2018 08:50

Huska wrote:
10 Nov 2018 21:26
Dont have a photo but i have info on
Salko Prelo and Alija Turulja
Salko Prelo: Born in Paraun near Goražde.
Joined Handschar in 1943,died while fighting with partisans,last seen in Sarajevo.
Alija Turulja:Some village near Goražde,he was first a memeber of Croatian Homeguard then he was transferred to Handschar in 1943.He visited his family when the division came back to Bosnia in 1944.Killed by
Chetniks.

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Huska
Hello, Huska

I've tried to find some information but I couldn't even find a trace.
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BG44

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Re: Bosnian SS Officers

Post by balkanguy44 » 11 Nov 2018 08:59

It's not a Bosnian but an officer in the Handschar. I'm speaking about Karl Josef Fischer - he was a doctor in Auschwitz and was transferred to Handschar on 1 January 1944. Does anybody have more information about his service in the Handschar?
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