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  1. Guys, I enjoy the little things in life so I was quite pleased with this group of papers. They are not anything unusual but they are local to here 'Soltau' just up the road from Bergen. Jock
  2. Thought that I'd post some images of my latest item. It is a Wehrpass and a few extras for a soldier who was killed in action in France in 1940. The Wehrpass contains a great photo of the man wearing his SA uniform, complete with NSDAP Badge on his tie and the swastika armband. It would appear that this photo was taken at the same time as the one that appears on his SA Sports Badge card. He initially served with Inf.Rgt 102 of 24. Infanterie-Division before being re-assigned to Inf.Rgt 32 of the same division in late 1939. He was killed in action during the second stage of the invasion of France (Fall Rot) on 11th June 1940 when 24 ID was a component of VII Armeekorps (16. Armee) and situated in the vicinity of the Meuse River.
  3. Guys, From the skip again, not sure what all the bits are and if they are all period, 7 pieces are maker marked or property marked. I did not know the KM had use for horses but it would appear so. One of the straps that would go around the horses belly is 1913 and has another later date of 1915 added. I know there is not much interest in horse stuff but as always to my wifes dismay I could not see it go up the chimney. Jock
  4. Kommandeur der Panzer-Pionier-Bataillon 58 / 7.Pz.Div.; Hauptmann d.R.;16.06.1944 - Deutsches Kreuz in Gold.
  5. (* 15.11.1890, Grammow † 21.12.1942, Libyen) 12.10.1937 - Kommandeur der Kavallerie-Regiments 13;01.02.1939 - Oberst;26.10.1939 - Kommandeur der Infanterie-Regiments 26 / 30. Infanterie-Division;07.03.1941 - Kommandeur der 2. Reiter-Brigade / 1. Kavallerie-Division;19.12.1941 - Deutsches Kreuz in Gold; 01.04.1942 - Generalmajor, Kommandeur der 17. Schützen-Brigade / 17. Panzer-Division;15.07.1942 - Kommandeur der 15. Panzer-Division;25.08.1942 - Führerreserve;18.09.1942 - Kommandeur der 21. Panzer-Division;12.01.1942 - Generalleutnant.
  6. I've been holding off from posting anything until after the Forum upgrade has concluded but I decided that I would post this set. It is a Soldbuch and Citation group to a soldier who served in the Panzer-Lehr-Division as a Pionier. The Soldbuch was opened in August 1942 to a soldier who spent the war serving as a Pionier. After training he was assigned to 2./Pionierlehrbataillon 4 and then in 1943/44 he joined Pz.Pi.Lehrbataillon which eventually became Panzer-Pionier-Lehrbataillon 130 of the newly formed Panzer-Lehr-Division. The division was under the command of Fritz Bayerlein and from May 1944 was assigned to 7. Armee in Normandy. Ingo Struwe fought in Normandy with 1./Pz.Pi.Lehr-Btl 130 and was awarded the EK II during July 1944 with the citation being signed by Fritz Bayerlein and the Assault Badge in September. He was still with Pz.Lehr-Division during the Battle of the Bulge and was awarded the Close Combat Clasp in Bronze in January 1945. He survived the war so probably went into captivity with the rest of the division when it was surrounded in the Ruhr Pocket.
  7. Guys, To match the scrap badges, such a shame. HJ was a M5/276. Jock
  8. General Hans Jordan Born: 27/12/92, Scheuren bei Rastatt Died: 20/4/75 Munich Highest rank reached:- General of Infantry Commander - Infantry Regt. 49 Commander -7th Infantry Division General - VI Armeekorps Fuehrer - 9th Armee Medals - EK1,EK2 Repeat Spangen, Knights Cross 5/6/40, Oakleaves 16/1/42, Swords 20/4/44 Citation - EK2 1/4/42
  9. Guys, Again from the week end. I like the BW with the TK and the dog is well dressed!
  10. Hello gentlemen. What do you think about this item, and also how much one of these? I await your comments. Lambert
  11. Guys, These two are from Saturday sadly one has been butchered a bit and I left another two that had been transformed into school satchels or similar items. The intact one is in mint unused condition. Dated 1942.
  12. Generalmajor Fritz Schlieper Born: 04.08.1892, Koldromb, Posen Died: 04.06.1977, Heidelberg Highest rank reached: Generalleutnant 15.10.1935 - Kommandeur vom Artillerie-Regiment 17; 01.03.1936 - Oberst; 01.05.1938 - Kommandeure der Artilleriekommandeur 24 (Arko 24); 01.09.1939 - Chef des Generalstabes vom Stellvertretenden Generalkommando XIII. Armeekorps in Nürnberg; 23.10.1939 - Chef des Generalstabes vom Grenzabschnitts-Kommando Mitte; 01.11.1939 - Generalmajor, Oberquartiermeister der 18. Armee; 25.11.1940 - Führerreserve; 01.05.1941 - Kommandeur der 45. Infanterie-Division; 01.11.1941 - Generalleutnant; 27.12.1941 - Ritterkreuz des Eisernen Kreuzes; 01.03.1942 - Führerreserve; 15.04.1942 - Chef der deutschen Heeresmission in der Slowakei und deutscher General vom Slowakischen Verteidigungsministerium; 01.08.1944 - Führerreserve; 17.08.1944 - Befehlshaber Sonderstab II des OKH. ' alt='' class='ipsImage' >
  13. Oberst Wilhelm Richter Born: 17 Sep 1892 Died: 04 Feb 1971 Highest rank reached: Generalleutnant Kdr Artillerie-Regiment 30 Artillerie-Kommandeur 35 stellv.Führer Luftwaffen-Feld-Division Kdr 716 Infanterie-Division (number unknown) stellv.Führer Infanterie-Division (number unknown) Kdr Luftwaffen-Feld-Division (number unknown) DKiG: 11 Feb 1943 Image: Citation
  14. Oberstleutnant Eugen Garski Born: 08 Jun 1897 Died: 30 Sep 1942 Highest ranked reached: Generalmajor (Posthumous) Kdr II/Infanterie-Regiment 33 Kdr III/Infanterie-Regiment (mot.) Grossdeutschland Kdr V/Infanterie-Regiment (mot.) Grossdeutschland Kdr Lehrstab 3/III Infanterieschule Döberitz Kdr Infanterie-Regiment Grossdeutschland 2 RK: 19 Jul 1940 Image: Citation
  15. Generalleutnant Eberhard Rodt Born: 04 Dec 1895 Died: 14 Dec 1979 Kdr I/Kavallerie-Rgt 18 Kdr Kavallerie-Rgt 7 Kdr Aufklaerungs-Abt 25 Stab 2.Panzer-Div Kdr Schuetzen-Rgt 66 Kdr 2.Schuetzen-Brigade Kdr 22.Schuetzen-Brigade m.d.F.b 22 Panzer-Div Kdr 15 Panzergrenadier-Div RK: 25 Jun 1940 / EL: 28 Apr 1945 DKiG: 23 Aug 1942 Image: Citation
  16. Hauptmann Erich Ring Born: 09 Feb 1909 Died: 03 Sep 1942 - KIA near Starosselowo Highest rank reached: Major (listed as Oberstleutnant in Volksbund) Chef 5./Infanterie-Regiment 84 Kdr II/Infanterie-Regiment 84 RK: 21 Sep 1941 Image: Wehrpass
  17. Major Gerhard Baron von Bistram Born: 30 Jul 1896 Died: 09 Sep 1939 - KIA at Jezow Chef 7./Infanterie-Regiment Görlitz Kdr II/Infanterie-Regiment 30 Image: Wehrpass
  18. Guys, As you would expect not much in it but the one entry that caught my eye was the 8 Coy, Volks Grenadier Regt 331. I know they went over to these names quite late I think?
  19. Guys, Nothing fancy but they are ok. The reverse of the Landschutzen has an extra set of numbers with the same stamm roll as the front, a bit odd?
  20. Guys, I am gutted that the SB was not there. The extract he has copied is probably for pension purposes. I searched and searched but half of the load had been baggered and outloaded. On the plus side this is a fine debue for me as I did not have the yellow driving license before. Looks like he worked for the Brits after the war.
  21. Guys, I picked this up today, it has been unloved in a shop I frequent. I see that there is a bit of interest in the the MG08? I like the fold out flyer that was inside it. This edition is thicker than any of the others.
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