Knight's Cross Holders Identification

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Postby John Toner » 06 Nov 2007 08:29

Hello Fangio

The right hand side RKT is Heinrich Mahnken.

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Postby John Toner » 06 Nov 2007 08:35

The left hand one is Siegfried Fehre.

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Postby FANGIO » 07 Nov 2007 03:14

Thanks for the IDs John!
How about these ones? A KM ( http://sammler.ru ) and a Waffen-SS ( http://eestileegion.com ).
left : Karl-Heinz Marbach - right : Ludwig Spindler / AHF id
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Postby John Toner » 07 Nov 2007 05:06

Left hand side is Karl-Heinz Marbach.

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Postby FANGIO » 08 Nov 2007 03:46

Thanks again John.
Any ideas on the WSS one? Anybody?

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Postby Doktor Krollspell » 08 Nov 2007 06:28

Hello Fangio!

The SS-Sturmbannführer is Ludwig Spindler, who recieved the RK on 27.09.1944 while commanding I./SS-Pz.Artillerie-Rgt. 9 (9. SS-Paz.Div. "Hohenstaufen") during the battle for Arnhem.


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Postby FANGIO » 08 Nov 2007 15:59

Thank you very much Krollspell for the ID and the info.
Another one: Richthofen with two RKTs, who are they?
left : Horst Müller, II./KG 76 - right : Dr. Ernst Bormann, Kdre. KG 76 / AHF id
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Postby Elwyn W » 09 Nov 2007 03:10

Left to right : it's Horst Müller II/KG 76, Ernst Bornmann Kmdr KG 76 and then Richthofen.

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Postby FANGIO » 09 Nov 2007 03:45

Many thanks for your reply Freiherr. Was Richthofen Kmdr of VIII.Fliegerkorps by that time?
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Postby Elwyn W » 09 Nov 2007 04:23

Hard to say. Müller RKT 5.42, Richthofen Kmdr VIII Fl Copr before june 42 and Kmdr LuftFl4 after that. KG 76 moved with Richthofen, I think.

There is only so much you can retain in your head. Some Luftwaffe expert can coreect me.

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Postby Phil Nix » 09 Nov 2007 13:11

Richthofen was Kdr VIII Fliegerkorps until 30.6.1942 Bormann was Kdr KG 76 until 7.1.1943
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Postby FANGIO » 09 Nov 2007 21:37

Thanks for your inputs freiherr and Phil, really appreciated.
Here we go with two more, first one from http://eestileegion.com (Fritz?__?????) and second from ´reibert´.
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left : Friedrich Richter, SS-PGR 21 [unoff.] - right : Arzelino Masarié / AHF id
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Postby bake » 09 Nov 2007 23:02

Hello Fangio,

Arzelino Masarie ( Totenkopf division)
Friedrich-wilhelm Richter

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Postby bake » 09 Nov 2007 23:06

Who????

From ebay
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Postby FANGIO » 11 Nov 2007 04:08

bake wrote:Hello Fangio,

Arzelino Masarie ( Totenkopf division)
Friedrich-wilhelm Richter


Thank you for the IDs bake!
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FANGIO


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