Beratungsstelle für Balkanflüge

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wekusta
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Beratungsstelle für Balkanflüge

Post by wekusta » 14 Nov 2023 22:02

Good Evening,

Can anyone help with information about Beratungsstelle für Balkanflüge (KStN: 1306). (Weather forecast and advice centre for flights over the Balkans)
This is one of a number of units that we are trying to find more information about.
We know for example that it worked in conjunction with Wetterflugstelle Balkan and was located in Belgrade.
The references that we have include NASM T-2/USSBS roll 7001 and Kington/Selinger - Wekusta pg 158.

Any additional information and references would be appreciated.
Best Regards

Andy Mitchell
www.luftwaffedata.co.uk

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Re: Beratungsstelle für Balkanflüge

Post by cabinetrat » 18 Dec 2023 09:31

I couldn't find any specific information about the "Beratungsstelle für Balkanflüge" (Advisory Center for Balkan Flights) or its association with the "Wetterflugstelle Balkan" (Weather Flight Station Balkan) in the provided references. It's possible that the information you're looking for is not readily available or may require access to specialized resources or archives.

To gather more information about these units, I recommend reaching out to relevant aviation historical societies, research institutions, or archives that specialize in World War II or aviation history. They may have access to documents, records, or experts who can provide more specific details about the "Beratungsstelle für Balkanflüge" and its operations.

wekusta
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Re: Beratungsstelle für Balkanflüge

Post by wekusta » 18 Dec 2023 16:08

cabinetrat,

Many thanks for your response.

I did find a couple of extra pieces in RL 2-III/137 Verschiedene Dienststellen 1944 - 1945.

So, there is hope.
Best Regards

Andy Mitchell
www.luftwaffedata.co.uk

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