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Karstjager Pics

Post by Bergmolch » 05 Oct 2004 21:54

I'm looking for some Karstjager pics?
Who can help me??

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Post by Sbf.Koch » 05 Oct 2004 22:12

I bet you tried this?

http://images.google.nl/images?q=karstj ... a=N&tab=wi

or do you want pics from the divison?



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from http://www.sweb.cz/freiwilligen/ DOBROVOLNICI/24divize.htm :
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Post by ninoo » 06 Oct 2004 02:52

Hi,

Have their's infamous beheaded picture, Sbf.Koch?
If so, would you like to send it by pm to me if the forum didn't give permission to put it in the site.

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Bless the people who like to help others.

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Post by Sentire-Pensare-Volere » 06 Oct 2004 20:15

Hi, the pic that shows Stug III Ausf. G is not from Karstjager but from SS-Sturmbrigade RF-SS in Rome October 1943.
This unit in january 1944 was part of Kampgruppe "Dieterichs" that fought in Anzio.


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Post by Bergmolch » 06 Oct 2004 20:57

The second picture,with the tropical eihnsfeldmutze,isn't regarding the Karstjager division but the surrending of the rearguard of Leibstandarte division close the city of Tarvis,near the italo-austrian border......infact the Karstjager Div. didn't had the divisional cufftitle like in the picture(look at the men with the shirmutze....)
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Post by Sbf.Koch » 06 Oct 2004 21:32

Well all I know is that they were taken from a website dedicated to the Karstjäger, at least that part of the website.

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Post by Christoph Awender » 06 Oct 2004 21:52

Sbf.Koch wrote:Well all I know is that they were taken from a website dedicated to the Karstjäger, at least that part of the website.

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Sbf.Koch

Well, this shows you that personal researched knowledge is very important, helpful and more prescious than second hand information from websites for example. Always proof what you pass on! :wink:

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Post by Sbf.Koch » 06 Oct 2004 22:06

:P
Yeah I know - but I gave these pics because they were on that site about Karstjäger... nothing more 8)

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Post by Juha Hujanen » 06 Oct 2004 23:00

As it has been said,the 2nd pic with 2 SS-Ostuf. are from LAH.The cufftitle is clearly to be seen and same pic is also in Leibstandarte Im Bild.

And IHMO there's a good chace that the first pic shows men of PE Division.There's just not many pics of Karstjäger available.

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Post by Sentire-Pensare-Volere » 06 Oct 2004 23:08

Hi Drapeau noir, you can find some pics about SS-Karstjager in the book "Panzer units in the operationzone Adriatisches Kustenland (OZAK) 1943-1945" written by Stefano di Giusto and edited by Ed. della Laguna.
Text is in English/Italian.

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PS: Sorry if there are not "Umlaut" in the right position, but my keyboard doesn't have it.

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Post by Bergmolch » 06 Oct 2004 23:25

Sentire-Pensare-Volere wrote:Hi Drapeau noir, you can find some pics about SS-Karstjager in the book "Panzer units in the operationzone Adriatisches Kustenland (OZAK) 1943-1945" written by Stefano di Giusto and edited by Ed. della Laguna.
Text is in English/Italian.

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PS: Sorry if there are not "Umlaut" in the right position, but my keyboard doesn't have it.


Grazie lo conosco bene il libro,molto bello.W la 29a Div. :wink:

Thanks I know that,really nice.

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Post by Anzac » 07 Oct 2004 09:08

I also have another pic...i think it was also taken at the same location as one of the pics above. What happened to the officers in these pics?..does anyone have any names?...i don't know how to upload the picture..its on my hard-drive.
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Post by Bergmolch » 08 Oct 2004 02:53

Anzac wrote:I also have another pic...i think it was also taken at the same location as one of the pics above. What happened to the officers in these pics?..does anyone have any names?...i don't know how to upload the picture..its on my hard-drive.
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I think they were arrested and segregated in a small concentration camp(a building?)close to the border with Austria(the name of the place should be Mauthen):in the same camp few days later the english imprisoned Odilo Globocnik who few hours later killed himself and was buried not too far from over there,in an unknow grave near the Drava river.

Sorry for my english

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Post by Anzac » 08 Oct 2004 04:14

the picture i have was most definately taken at the same time as the 2nd picture, but it shows an SS officer blindfolded. Who's the SS officer thats blindfolded?
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Post by Bergmolch » 08 Oct 2004 04:20

Anzac wrote:the picture i have was most definately taken at the same time as the 2nd picture, but it shows an SS officer blindfolded. Who's the SS officer thats blindfolded?
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I don't know,I know what I just said you only:I'm from Italy and the place from where the pic were taken is not too far from my home(about 25 km)
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