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  1. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    Vintage Good Quality Reproduction Of The Most Desirable Form Of The Third Reich Gorget This is an EXTREMELY rare gorget to find, in any condition. The German Heer (Army) standard bearer's gorget, introduced in 1936, is absolutely one of the most desirable and handsome of all gorgets issued by the third reich. The half moon-shaped back plate is made of a heavy alloy with a shiny finish (nickel and silver). The insignia is two crossed army standards, with the heer eagle on them, with a highly detailed army eagle in the center, over a sprig of oak leaves. There are also large oak leaf sprigs at either corner, attached to two buttons in the corners. There is some fading to the silver due to wear and age, but it still retains all of the original detail, both on the background and attached insignia. Complete with original 25 link chain. Total weight is 260.8 grams / 9.2 ozs. 18.5cms x 9.5cms approx. Located in central UK. Viewing can be arranged. Price On Application. Contact via ad or email. Thank You.

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  2. Hi Gents, I´m trying to find out, which medals he got. What I know is his DKiG awarded on 24.12.1942, but which other medals did he get, especially Italian? Kind regards Andreas
  3. Generalleutnant Oskar van Ginkel Born: 18.12.1882 Died: 14.12.1949 Kommandant Rückwärtiges Armeegebiet 583 Kommandant Nord Kurland
  4. Generalleutnant Ernst Seifert Born: 15 Sep 1884 Died: 15 Sep 1946 Kdt v. Berlin Kdr 110.Inf.Division Insp. W.E.I. Hamburg
  5. Hauptmann Erhard Zoll Born: 01 Aug 1914 Died: 17 Jul 2004 14./Inf.Rgt 61 14./Gren.Rgt 437 Chef 14./Gren.Rgt 437 RK - 18 Jan 1945 DKiG - 19 Sep 1942
  6. Generalleutnant Heinrich Recke Born: 25 Aug 1890 Died: 18 Aug 1943 - MIA in Kharkov area Kdt Truppenübungsplatz Döberitz Kdr Inf.Rgt 466 Kdr 332.Inf.Division Kdr 161.Inf.Division RK - 04 Sep 1943 (Posthumous) DKiG - 28 Feb 1942
  7. Oberst Petersen Kdr Grenadier-Regiment 17 / 31. Grenadier-Division
  8. An unusual Antrag printed on the reverse of an ISA doc. Signed by Major Friedrich Zietlow (DKiG 19.12.41). Stewy
  9. Major Friedrich Zietlow (DKiG 19.12.41) Inf. Div 154. Stewy
  10. Guys, More from today. Sadly de-nazified! The army is marked and dated 1940 the lufty is without any mark.
  11. Hi folks, I was lucky enough to pick this little group up. To a Schneepflug unit not much is known, or often seen in regards to such units. It's his instructors licence & a couple of pics. Stewy
  12. Hi folks, thought you might like this group to a "Kettenkrad" driver/instructor. Bruno Schroder won the KVK2 w/s, Ost medal & KBA in silver. The soldbuch's a zweitschrift. Stewy
  13. Hi folks, thought you might like this. Heinrich Gottheil served with Schw. Art. Reg 621 they were equipped with a batterie of 10cm guns & two batteries of heavy Howitzers. It became part of Art. Reg 146 & fought in France, Italy & Hungary. He died of Dysentery on 21.9.42. He was awarded the Westwall medal & Ost medal. Stewy
  14. Hauptmann Heinrich Moenting Highest rank reached: Oberst Chef 2./Artillerie-Regiment 30 Kdr Artillerie-Ersatz-Regiment 35
  15. Generalleutnant Hans-Heinrich Sixt von Armin Born: 06 Nov 1890 Died: 01 Apr 1952 in a Russian PoW Camp (Captured at Stalingrad) Chef Gen.Stab 5.Armee Kdr 95.Infanterie-Division Kdr 113.Infanterie-Division RK: 22 Sep 1941 DKiG: 6 Sep 1942
  16. Recently my friend acquired a GJR 137 Waffenrock for Adolf Frank (name in tunic). We are trying to find out if this officer was awarded any medals or badges either from WW1 or WW2. This is what we have found so far: ANY HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED!!! This website lists all the key leaders for GJR 137 in early 1939, and confirms that Hauptmann Dr. Frank was the Kompanie Chef for 2nd CO / I. Battalion / GJR 137 http://gliederungundstellenbesetzung.blogspot.com/2008/07/gebirgsjger-regiment-137-gebjgrgt137-d.html However I hit the jackpot with this research from the Axis History Forum. This guy in Austria compiled a master list of all the Austrian officers from the Bundesheer who transferred into the Wehrmacht in 1938. http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=208886 After looking through all of his spreadsheets I found a Dr. Adolf Frank who must be the same guy. According to the spreadsheet, Dr. Adolf Frank lived from 14 June 1901 - 12 September 1939. His date of ranks are: Oberleutnant on 1 September 1934 (Austrian Bundesheer), Hauptmann on 1 April 1937 (Austrian Bundesheer), and Major on 1 January 1939 (German Wehrmacht). Last known assignment was GJR 137. Former unit in the Austrian Bundesheer was AJR 10. This article on Feldgrau.com lists what Austrian units were incorporated into the Wehrmacht in 1938. http://www.feldgrau.com/articles.php?ID=7 According to this website, in 1938 the Steiermarkischen Alpenjäger-Regiment 10 "Feldmarschall Conrad von Hötzendorf" (5th Austrian Division) re-flagged to become III./GJR 138 This is from his email: "So what I learned from all this is that Dr. Adolf Frank was an Austrian officer from at least 1934-1938, in 1938 his unit (AJR 10 5th Austrian Division) transferred to III./GJR 138, and then shortly thereafter (late 1938/early 1939) he transferred to 2./I./GJR 137 as Company Commander. Then apparently he died in the Polish campaign after only two weeks of war??? What doesn't make sense is that according to the spreadsheet he promoted to Major in January 1939, however according to other sources he was still Kompanie Chef in early 1939. In addition the tailor label in the Waffenrock says it's from 1939 and the rank on the shoulders is still Hauptmann. I wonder if he was still a Company Commander when the Polish campaign kicked off.....or maybe he promoted to Major and got bumped up to a staff position? If he was really born in 1901 then he was a fairly old Company Commander (38 years old). This means he would have been only 17 when WW1 ended, so I wonder if he would have been too young to participate in that war? Was the Austro-Hungarian Empire drafting 17 year-olds in 1918? That sucks if he died in the second week of the Polish campaign. I looked up the history of the 2nd Mountain Division in the 1939 Polish Campaign in Kaltenegger's history of the Gebirgsjager and it seems that 2nd GJ DIV and 1st GJ DIV both jumped off from Slovakia and marched nearly 300km to capture Lemberg in far southeastern Poland (modern-day Ukraine). I understand that 1st GJ DIV took a lot of casualties capturing Lemberg, and apparently GJR 137 was re-assigned to 1st GJ DIV during this operation. However the battle for Lemberg occurred at least a week after this officer died (supposedly 12 September 1939). At any rate they lost a ton of guys fighting for Lemberg, and then had to hand it over to the Red Army as per the secret diplomatic agreement with the Soviets. Now I just need to figure out what awards were appropriate for an Austrian officer in peacetime (1934-1938), and if this guy served in WW1 as a young teenager. Also if he died in the Polish campaign then maybe there is a record somewhere of the casualty lists by unit, and maybe awards he might have received. Would it have been standard practice if you are an infantrymen who dies in active combat that you receive the Infantry Assault and Wound Badge posthumously? (and maybe EKII if you are a combat leader like a company commander?)" Thanks.
  17. Guys, A gift today, I see these all the time with Bundeswehr markings. Quite unusual with the HU and eagle.
  18. Thought I'd post this zweitschrift soldbuch to Obergefreiter Hans Schenk. He was awarded the KVK2 w/s, Ost medal & KBA in bronze. Schwere Art. Abt. 859 was equipped with 21cm Morsers. In Feb '44 Schenk was suspected of feigning illness. He was taken POW by the Western Allies or at least spent time in an American POW camp. As "hucks216" kindly pointed out he must've done a runner so that he was not taken POW by the Russians, as many did. The pic in the Soldbuch seems to be the photo that was in his original S/B, just re-used in this zweitschrift S/B. Stewy
  19. Hi folks, after seeing Andreas' wonderful group I thought I'd post this group of mine. Heinz Schlatt fought in Narva, the group is only missing the NKS in bronze & it's "mini" they were sold before I managed to keep the group together. Whether the NKS doc was ever included, I have no idea. Not a recipient of high awards, but a time served soldier. Stewy More. Stewy
  20. Hi people, I've just got this group. A mate of mine has a group from 1./ Kw.Trsp. Abt. 503 his group has a Kuban shield doc with it. Could this bloke have been there too? Info on this unit's scant. KVK2 w/s is #110, Otto Zappe. Not an exciting group, but nice KBA doc. Both this group & my mates have the same signatures on the KBA & KVK docs .Arbeitsbuch's are his & his missus. Stewy
  21. Here's a nice bronze KBA on Heer cloth backing. Stewy
  22. An EK1 doc to a Raupenschlepper Ost equipped unit. Signed by General Major Richard John. Stewy
  23. Hi folks, here's a well filled out Wehrpass to a soldier who fought & survived Stalingrad. Ernst Hinrichsen served with Pz.reg. 36. As well as KL. Kraftwagen-Kolonne 8/4 (14. Panzer Div). He saw action in Poland, Netherlands, France, Yugoslavia, Russia & Germany. He was awarded Oct '38 medal, Ost medal, KBA (drivers badge) in bronze, KVK2 w/s, EK2, BWB, SWB & PKA in silver. Stewy
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