1945 Lost German girl

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headwest
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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Post by headwest » 04 Nov 2019 20:31

Somewhere in this thread they determined what those were, I dont think they were playing cards. someone did an exhaustive look at them and figured it out

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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Post by StickShaker » 09 Nov 2019 21:06

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-50241253

stories like that give me hope we will learn the fate of LGG

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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Post by Polish_fan » 19 Feb 2020 00:46

Did time bring something new to this mystery ?

Poland is following that post too, Greetings!

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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Post by alicetyhomp » 20 Feb 2020 12:22

Can I quickly ask how it's known that she is a German girl? When she's still unidentified?

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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Post by ignacioosacar1 » 08 Mar 2020 21:03

Dear alicetyhomp and Forum,

The right title for this thread should be Lost Axis Girl because what we know for sure is that she was in the Axis side. The Axis was a broad spectrum of nationalities as we all know, some wearing German uniform and others not. Even more, so far we cannot be sure if she was a civilian ( wearing a borrowed uniform item) or a member of a military, paramilitary or police organization. But we are sure the trousers are German issue. I have seen a few photos of German soldiers wearing the black guernsey type non regulation t-shirt or very similar ones. She is sitting with probable German NCO and soldiers ( no insignia on their uniforms, except for the NCO collar stripe. They are not showing their Soldbuchs or their ID tags to be sure). Chances are good that she might be German. Some time ago a forum member said that she looked like a northern Finnish. Personally, in my lifetime I have met a few German women with almost identical facelines. Any ideas are welcomed.

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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Post by DD66 » 16 Mar 2020 01:52

How is it known that she is lost?

Perhaps she should be known as the 'mystery axis girl'

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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Post by CarlosXander » 27 Mar 2020 21:07

Dear forum, looking at videos I found these 2 videos, in which there is a similar similarity between this 2 women ... they are similar or maybe the same ... you can only think that LGG may be between them in the first video

British Pathé https://youtu.be/qVEL8P0XECE min 2:40

Wehrmacht surrender in Czechoslovakia, May 1945. Original color footage https://youtu.be/K7fs5Sb6Vms min 21:32


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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Post by CarlosXander » 11 Apr 2020 02:13

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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Post by KerryBrown » 11 Apr 2020 14:17

CarlosXander wrote:
27 Mar 2020 21:07
Dear forum, looking at videos I found these 2 videos, in which there is a similar similarity between this 2 women ... they are similar or maybe the same ... you can only think that LGG may be between them in the first video

British Pathé https://youtu.be/qVEL8P0XECE min 2:40

Wehrmacht surrender in Czechoslovakia, May 1945. Original color footage https://youtu.be/K7fs5Sb6Vms min 21:32


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Seroisuly they both are looking same and i belive she is the one girl because such similarity in another human being is not possible but rare cases can happen

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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Post by fonzilla » 17 Apr 2020 03:07

CarlosXander wrote:
11 Apr 2020 02:26
CarlosXander, great find/matching!

That does indeed look to be LGG. Has the same scuff marks and pattern on the left thigh.

DD66
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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Post by DD66 » 17 Apr 2020 23:37

Amazing.
I never would have believed that members of LGG group would be in the main columns marching back to Germany. I always thought that they were a day ahead of the main retreat.
I'd say the second one down (receding hair line, looks like a mohican) is definitely the same person, also the one with the black cap and striped jersey.
The others look a good match too, except LGG, that looks like a man to me.
I'm a bit puzzled about the timing though. Was the film of them marching in the columns before or after the LGG film?
Brilliant work.
Thanks.

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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Post by Twin Headlamps » 03 May 2020 19:02

The trouser scuff marks are quite convincing.
Some excellent work lately.well done.Strangely to me the girl marching in arm with a man looks much like Elisabeth Volkenrath who was arrested at Benson and eventually hanged.
Getting back to lgg.Ironically in this age of data protection her identity has no right to be revealed.
With regard to the lore Bauer claims.Have they been exposed as false or could they be right after all.

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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Post by Helly Angel » 11 May 2020 20:00

I am surprised, although I was 6 years out of the forum due to a serious personal problem, I had never seen this topic. This girl was fully identified by other means a long time ago. Even his photo when she was at BDM is public. I do not understand how 145 pages go and it is still a mystery to most.

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Re: 1945 Lost German girl

Post by Helly Angel » 11 May 2020 20:45

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