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Re: Flak-Regiment 155

Post by kstdk » 21 Jun 2016 21:46

Hello

Excellent, these certainly add some to my list as well.

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Re: Flak-Regiment 155

Post by kstdk » 18 Dec 2016 15:09

Hello

It has been a while - any news maybe?

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Re: Flak-Regiment 155

Post by david.matthewson » 21 Dec 2016 14:31

Hi Kurt

Thanks for the 'ping'.. I'm afraid I've not got anything new in a 'write up-able' form at present. I spent a few weeks in Northern France in the Summer and so have various photos of V1 sites and some new mapping data from the French IGN. I'll try to write some of it up in the next few week.

How goes it for you?

Happy Christmas in any event!

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Re: Flak-Regiment 155

Post by kstdk » 21 Dec 2016 19:25

Hello

Not much new either - working on it :-)

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Re: Flak-Regiment 155

Post by david.matthewson » 21 Dec 2016 19:31

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Re: Flak-Regiment 155

Post by paza » 29 Jan 2017 14:51

kstdk wrote:Hello

Any one knows these units?

Maybe in connection with V 1 or V 2 operations?

Photos: Of maps in my possesion.

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Hi every one

A group of friends and I are using our spare time linking german occupation of France and urbex (Urban exploration) to discover places full of history.
We are in the phase of collecting all the documents possible regarding the area of VILLAINES LA CARELLE used by axis to store v1 and v2 in old quarries. We started our exploration few days ago, and we would require more maps and exploration materials, and any informations about this area.
It seems some of you got documents that could be interesting for us.
We are "lookers", not breakers in any kind, we would be more than happy to share any pictures of the places we discover if you would be willing to share with us anything that could help us.

Thank you very much by anticipation.

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Re: Flak-Regiment 155

Post by david.matthewson » 29 Jan 2017 18:51

Sorry, too far away from my 'usual' haunts in Picardy but good luck and I hope you can share (on here) what you find.

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Re: Flak-Regiment 155

Post by Manuferey » 05 Nov 2017 16:35

A German document from 84 AK (NARA Roll T314-R-1603) mentions the arrival of 23./IV/Flak-Rgt. 155 (W) in Bricquebec [in the Cherbourg peninsula] on December 23, 1943.

The website http://www.ww2.dk/ground/flak/flargt155.html indicates that 23./IV and 24./IV were "technische Batterien". What was a "technische Batterie"?

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Re: Flak-Regiment 155

Post by SES » 05 Nov 2017 17:04

My two cents "Technical batteries" = maintainance units.
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Re: Flak-Regiment 155

Post by lucifer » 28 Nov 2017 23:33

Hi Guys,

It has been a long time since I was last here, but I am hoping someone may be able to point me in the right direction.

I am trying to find details of original Danish documents about bomb incidents in Denmark during March-April 1945. This will include normal bomb incidents and V-1 incidents plus possibly a few V-2 incidents also, as one launch unit was firing into the North Sea near Sylt during this period. However, the Denmark National Archives have informed me that the information does not exist as their Civil Defence records only reach February 1945. This cannot be correct, as Kurt has previously provided V-1 impact information during March-April on this board.

So my question is..... where would be the best place to find Danish civil defence information for March-April 1945?

Anything you can tell me would be much appreciated.

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Re: Flak-Regiment 155

Post by SES » 29 Nov 2017 16:07

Hi John,
I suggest that you contact Søren C. Flensted:
http://flensted.eu.com/contact.shtml

Maybe this may also be of interest:
http://www.gyges.dk/fliegerhorst_grove16.htm
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Re: Flak-Regiment 155

Post by kstdk » 29 Nov 2017 16:28

Hello

We are in possesion of copies of the reports from the Air Warning Posts that sighted the objects - and reported it to the Air Warning Centrals.

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Re: Flak-Regiment 155

Post by kstdk » 28 Sep 2018 18:30

Hello

Some new (for me that is, I have never seen these before) pictures of crew from Flakregiment 155 (W).

Oberst Max Wachtel and his staff at Chateau de Radinghem in the Pas-de-Calais area june 1944.

Source: The book "Chateaux en Guerre - Pas-de-Calais 1939 - 1945" by Hugues Chevalier

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Re: Flak-Regiment 155

Post by kstdk » 28 Sep 2018 18:32

Hello

Some more.

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Re: Flak-Regiment 155

Post by kstdk » 28 Sep 2018 18:34

Hello

Pictures from this book, with a lot of information, drawings and pictures from chateau´s and larger Manoirs occupied by the Germans and the Stp. and Wn. V1, V2 and bunkers etc. buildt on the sites - can be highly recomended.

The author has also the book "Bombes et V1 sur le Pas-de-Calais 1944" - is there anyone who knows this book?

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