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Unidentified WW2 Kriegsmarine Signatures

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The only other information with the stamp is "Command post office box number 25251 M"

Full photos are on http://www.wilhelmgustloffmuseum.com/wreck_artifacts.html

The last entry for that FpNr belongs to a Heer unit so if the number is correct then it might have an additional listing that hasn't been noted before...

(6.4.1944-9.11.1944) 26.8.1944 Pionier-Sonderstab 71.

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Hi Kev,

any idea on this signature ?

I cannot quite make it out,"Albrecht" perhaps ?

Thanks,Martin.

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Hi Kev,

any idea on this signature ?

I cannot quite make it out,"Albrecht" perhaps ?

Thanks,Martin.

Yep - that belongs to Conrad Albrecht who held that position from 3rd July 1935 to 31st October 1938. He retired in December 1939.

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Thanks Kevin.

You are a wealth of information. ;)

It looks like you do not have this signature in the database,so i will add it.

Many thanks and regards,Martin.

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Fred,

Karlgeorg Schuster

Regards

Glenn

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Hi Kevin,

i may have posted this one before but after going through the database i could not find it.

A Minesweeper document to a Stabsobersteuermann Walter Fiedler,signed in Wilhelmshaven on 8 November 1940.

It is a large 12 x 81/2 inch (A4) doc.

Sadly,the signature of the K,zur See und Fuhrer der Minensuchverbande Nord has faded and is barely visible.

Any idea who the signer of this document was ?

Any help would be appreciated here.

Being honest here i am going to sell this document but it would be nice to figure out who signed it.

I need to raise money for a very special (to Me) Hilfskreuzer document.

Many thanks,Martin.

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Hi Kevin,

i may have posted this one before but after going through the database i could not find it.

A Minesweeper document to a Stabsobersteuermann Walter Fiedler,signed in Wilhelmshaven on 8 November 1940.

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Sadly,the signature of the K,zur See und Fuhrer der Minensuchverbande Nord has faded and is barely visible.

Any idea who the signer of this document was ?

......

Many thanks,Martin.

I think it is the signature of Knights Cross winner Kurt Böhmer. As you say, it is very faded but I think I can make out the 'öhm' part of his name.

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Thanks a lot Kevin.

I think you are correct.Here is another similar document signed in Wilhelmshaven about a month later by Bohmer.

Much appreciated.

Martin.

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Thanks a lot Kevin.

I think you are correct.Here is another similar document signed in Wilhelmshaven about a month later by Bohmer.

Much appreciated.

Martin.

Yep, seeing the clearer signature I would say that it is one and the same.

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Thanks Kevin,

you have been a great help,as always.

Regards,Martin.

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ID: 41   Posted (edited)

Hello!

What do you think about this signature?

Kapitän zur See Hans-Casper von Schönermark.

Edited by hucks216

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Hi Fred Perry,

Konteradmiral (Ing.) Werner Bettenhäuser

Uwe

Uwe, thank you!

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ID: 48   Posted (edited)

I would also say this is a Wurmbach signature.

For comparsion mine:

Edited by aeneas

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