Female Auxiliary Photographs

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Re: Female Auxiliary Photographs

Post by carius » 28 May 2012 06:34

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Re: Female Auxiliary Photographs

Post by Simperator » 08 Jun 2012 14:30

Hi all,

This pic is of Anne Gunhild, a Norwegian Red Cross sister, 1945. Source:

http://www.wwiipress.urjc.es/en/revista ... .aspx?p=14

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Re: Female Auxiliary Photographs

Post by Helge » 22 Nov 2012 19:18

Source photo: Bergen Museum.
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Re: Female Auxiliary Photographs

Post by LANDSER39 » 31 Jan 2013 19:39

Hello everyone.
I am new to the forum and need your collective assistance. I have been a WW2 reencatcor for about 27 years and I have been doing research on the Herres Nachrichtenhelferin uniforms for my wife's impression. Your photo postes have been a great help in making her service dress uniform. Now that I am nearly finished with it, I want to get started on a plan for the overcoat. I have found great photos of the front and side but none of the back. Do any of you have a photo that shows the back of the overcoat, or at least have a description of what it would have looked like. The reason I ask is, I was a bit surprised with the center seam on the back of the suit jacket being like a small expansion pleat. One of your photos showed that clearly and the current repros don't have it. When I make the overcoat, I would like to avoid going through all the work and find out that it was done wrong.
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Re: Female Auxiliary Photographs

Post by peeved » 02 Feb 2013 22:54

Auxiliary firefighter photos from exp. eBay.de auction http://cgi.ebay.de/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie ... 0720201592

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Re: Female Auxiliary Photographs

Post by peeved » 02 Feb 2013 22:55

More firewomen. Photo from exp. eBay.de auction http://cgi.ebay.de/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie ... 0915062899

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Re: Female Auxiliary Photographs

Post by Arto O » 12 May 2013 21:46

From Der Freiwillige magazine, Dezember 1979. One of he ladies is wearing a rain cape discussed somewhere earlier in the forum.
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Re: Female Auxiliary Photographs

Post by jannuh » 15 May 2013 17:31

beauregard61 wrote:The first word "Urlaub" means Holiday. The third word is the location but I do not recognize the word...
Maybe Töging am Inn ???
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T%C3%B6ging_am_Inn

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Re: Female Auxiliary Photographs

Post by Vikki » 11 Aug 2013 03:45

A post by eric7 which had nothing to do with the topic "Female Auxiliary Photographs", along with a now-unnecessary reply by Penn44, was removed from this thread. I'd have moved it to the Cold War section except for the flame bait tone of it, and the fact that you've been warned at least twice about off-topic posts, eric7:
http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic. ... 0#p1807950
http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic. ... 8#p1810118

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Re: Female Auxiliary Photographs

Post by Arto O » 20 Aug 2013 03:30

Hi,
What are these ladies doing? Blitzmadel in postal service?
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Red Cross nurses?
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Source in the photos
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Re: Female Auxiliary Photographs

Post by Marcus » 26 Aug 2013 17:43

International Militaria Collecor Vol.4/1 apparently has an article on the female auxiliaries: http://s276159374.e-shop.info/shop/arti ... l.4_1.html (if the direct link fails, try www.ironcross1939.com)
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Re: Female Auxiliary Photographs

Post by Marta » 30 May 2014 13:44

What for the second badge at the girl on a tie?
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Re: Female Auxiliary Photographs

Post by ignacioosacar » 30 May 2014 17:10

Dear Forum,

The men are Spanish volunteers from the Blue Division in their way to training camp in Germany. The second badge on the girl´s tie could well be a Spanish badge of some kind just presented to her. Even thou they seem to have such an "unmilitary" look, most of them were hardened veterans of the Civil War. I suppose the are rated only second to the Italians as being always ready for fun and girls.

Cheers!

Ignacio

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