Thanks for posting this photo!
The Google translator helps to understand exotic languages, and it is a huge step forward from the early years of the Russian site on Peiper, when the world, in general, could not read it at all. But the translation is unfortunately far from perfect. When you see in such a text "Piper" be sure to correct it to "Peiper" : ). The "Grass" means here Traves ("trava" means indeed "grass" in Russian, and so the whole page about Peiper's postwar life looks rather... funny when google-translated : )).
This site moved last summer to another address, but most of the internal links are intact. If you see links like http://ss-peiper.narod.ru
, just correct the beginning of the address to http://peiper.reibert.info
- and most links will work again. For example the links in the other posts of this threads, and many other old threads at the AHF.
Here is another picture of Jochen and Sigi together, and I think it may be the only one before the 1957. From the book of Thomas Fischer, "Soldiers of the Leibstandarte: SS-Brigadefuhrer Wilhelm Mohnke and 62 Soldiers of Hitler's Elite Division", p. 338.
http://peiper.reibert.info/gallery/1943 ... r_p338.jpg
(Well somehow my attachment failed, so I try to insert the picture another way...)
Jochen and Sigurd are in the center, he in a leather overcoat, she in a white overcoat and a brimmed hat. 3rd from left is Werner Sternebeck, in a light overcoat and a M34 cap. IIBtl LAH at a soccer game, Hasselt, Belgium, spring 1944.
The LAH then was resting there, and Sigurd visited. The boy by them belongs to another family, see a woman in white behind him, and also a man in civilian clothing. (Peiper's son Hinrich was only 2 years old at that period).
Note, that Sigurd seems to be taller than Jochen, or at least same height! : )
Here are them enlarged, Jochen first from left, Sigi second: