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  1. General der Kavallerie Eberhard von Mackensen Born: 24 Sept 1889 Died: 19 May 1969 Highest rank reached: Generaloberst Chef des Generalstab 14.Armee Chef des Generalstab 12.Armee Kdr III Panzerkorps Oberbefehlshaber 1.Panzerarmee Oberbefehlshaber 14.Armee RK: 27 Jul 1941 EL: 26 May 1942 Second son of GFM August von Mackensen
  2. Guys, I got quite excited when a pal told me a friend at work had an above described badge and it was in the family etc, etc, etc. He is a good lad so I will let him down gentley! The box is laughable and even the staple is a picture as opposed to metal. I don't know why they have cut the grass so to speak but it is quite obvious in the hand. Oh well!
  3. Major Walter Brandt Born: 08 Nov 1911 Died: 12 May 1996 Pionier-Lehr-Btl 2./Pionier-Btl 23 Kdr Pz.Pionier-Btl 130 RK: 18 Jul 1944 DKiG: 14 Mar 1942
  4. Oberstleutnant Fritz Wilhelm Karl Albrecht Born: 23 Dec 1905 Died: 29 Apr 1977 Highest rank reached: Oberst (Brigadegeneral in Bundeswehr) Chef 1./Artillerie-Regiment 13 Kdr I/Artillerie-Regiment 13 Kdr Artillerie-Regiment 13 Stab Höheren-Artillerie-Kommandeur 311 Kdr Panzerartillerie-Regiment 'Großdeutschland' Kdr Grenadier-Regiment 15 Führer Kampfgruppe Magdeburg RK: 19 Apr 1945 DKiG: 14 Jan 1942 Ehrenblattspange: 17 Feb 1944
  5. Hauptmann Kurt Lucke Highest rank reached: Major Inf.Rgt 92 Führer 10./Inf.Rgt 'Grossdeutschland' Führer 1./Inf.Ers.Btl 99 (Ers.Btl Inf.Rgt 'Grossdeutschland') Chef 13./Inf.Rgt 'Grossdeutschland' 1
  6. Back in the mid 1960s, when I was a teen, I used to save up some money by doing neighborhood lawn mowing jobs, then send away for various Nazi medals from KEN LANE, who operated out of Austria. I knew nothing about "restrikes" back then, and I was just thrilled to get my hands on a "genuine" Iron Cross 1st and 2nd classes, and a Knights Cross!!! It wasn't until a decade later that I learned about restrikes and fakes. I used to sell items for Ken...he'd send me a bunch of medals, I would sell some in the SHOTGUN NEWS classified... or he would tell me to send this and that to a customer here, and as my reward, I got to keep a medal for my time and postage. He is now deceased and I never knew him personally. I heard rumors that he was a retired Colonel in the Army, and after WWII, decided to stay there. In one of his medals catalog, he claimed that he single-handedly captured a Nazi depot, and that all his stuff came from this depot. It sounded great at the time. He certainly had a great sense of humor. Does anyone know when he passed away and where he is buried? A very interesting guy! I still have some of his letters. He used the same old typewriter, and he is the only guy I ever knew who could write so much on a tiny piece of paper! I still have his old catalog. Grand Cross, $24. Knight's Cross, $12. With Oakleaves, $13.50. With Swords, $14.50. With With Sapphires, $78.
  7. Feldwebel Hermann Blazejezak Born: 03 Jun 1912 Highest rank reached: Major Zugführer 6./Inf.Rgt 73 Chef 7./Inf.Rgt 349 Chef 6./Inf.Rgt 388 Btl-Führer Gren.Rgt 388 stellv.Btl-Führer III/Gebirgsjäger-Rgt 136 stellv.Btl-Führer MG-Btl 14 stellv.Btl-Führer I/Gren.Rgt 388 Kdr I/Gren.Rgt 388 Kdr Division Kampfschule 6.Gebirgs-Division 1936 Summer Olympics 400m Semi-Finalist 1938 European Championships 4 x 400m Relay Gold Medal
  8. Oberleutnant Siegfried Leyck Born: 04 Aug 1915 Died: 07 Jul 1943 Highest rank reached: Hauptmann Chef 14./Inf.Rgt 'Grossdeutschland' 2 Kdr III/Pz.Füs.Rgt 'Grossdeutschland' RK: 17 Dec 1943 (Posthumous) DKiG: 13 May 1943
  9. Oberleutnant Bernhard Klemz Born: 21 Mar 1918 Died: 13 Jul 2004 Highest rank reached: Hauptmann (Oberst in the Bundeswehr) Chef 5./Pz.Rgt 'Grossdeutschland' RK: 04 Jun 1944 DKiG: 10 Feb 1944
  10. Oberleutnant Reiner Jaenecke Kp-Führer 3./Pz.Gren.Rgt 'Grossdeutschland' Ehrenblattspange: 05 Mar 1945
  11. The first item of 2016 was this set to a member of 22 Infanterie-Division who took part in the invasion of The Netherlands in 1940 as a member of Inf.Rgt-16. What I like about the EK II citation, awarded 18th May 1940, is not only the decorative effort put in on the details but also that it has been signed & authorised at the Regimental level which is something seen very rarely as EK's were meant to be authorised at the Divisional level and above. The exceptions tend to be 1940-41 Grossdeutschland and some 1941 Crete related Fallschirmjäger awarded examples. This example is signed by future General der Gebirgstruppe and Swords winner Hans Kreysing. The set also comes with two other citations, his award pages from his Soldbuch and his Schwerkriegsbeschädigtenausweis.
  12. Oberst Erich Kahsnitz Born: 17 Feb 1898 Died: 29 Jul 1943 - Died of wounds received Highest rank reached: Generalmajor (Posthumous) Kdr I/Infanterie-Regt 29 Kp.Fuhrer Lehrgang Bergen Kdr I/Infanterie-Rgt 29 Kdr Infanterie-Rgt 29 (Mot) Ltr.Lehrst.f.Bns.u.Abt.Fuhrer b.71.Infanterie-Division Kdr.Bns.u.Abt.Fuhr.Schule Kdr Füsilier-Rgt 'Grossdeutschland' RK: 15 Jul 1943 DKiG: 02 Apr 1943
  13. Hauptmann Alfred Greim Born: 08 Aug 1902 Died: 19th May 1943 - Died of Spotted Fever (Reserve Lazerett Döberitz) Highest rank reached: Oberstleutnant Chef 13./Infanterie-Regiment 'Grossdeutschland' Kdr II/Infanterie-Regiment 'Grossdeutschland' 1 stellv.Kdr Infanterie-Regiment 'Grossdeutschland' 1 RK: 04 Jun 1942 DKiG: 18 Oct 1941 Ehrenblattspange: 29 Sep 1941 Blutorden: 09 Nov 1933
  14. Hauptmann Klaus Hacke Highest rank reached: At least Major Kdr Pz.Jäger-Abt 'Grossdeutschland' DKiG: 12 Mar 1943
  15. Oberleutnant Jaeger Chef 6./Pz.Artillerie.Rgt 'Grossdeutschland'
  16. Generalleutnant Georg Jauer Born: 25 Jun 1896 Died: 05 Aug 1971 Highest rank reached: General der Panzertruppe PA1 Heeres-Personalamt AgP1 Heeres-Personalamt Kdr Artillerie-Rgt 29 Kdr Artillerie-Rgt 'Grossdeutschland' Kdr 20.Infanterie-Division (mot.) Kdr 20. Panzergrenadier-Division Führer XXXXVII Panzerkorps Kdr Panzerkorps 'Grossdeutschland' RK: 04 May 1944 EL: 10 Feb 1945 DKiG: 19 Dec 1941
  17. Major i.G Kurt Kauffmann Born: 21 Sep 1912 Highest rank reached: Oberstleutnant Chef 4./Pz.Rgt 8 O1 XIX Armeekorps 3.Gen.St.Lehrgang Berlin Qu.2 Panzergruppe 4 Ib Infanterie-Division 'Grossdeutschland' OKH Chef H.Ruest u.BdE/AHA?Stab kdt Ib Gen.Insp.d.Pz.Trupp Ia Panzer-Lehr-Division Ia Panzer-Division 'Schlesien' DKiG: 09 Oct 1944
  18. Oldwig von Natzmer Born: 29 Jun 1904 Died: 01 Apr 1980 Highest rank reached: Generalleutnant Gen.St. d.H, 5.Abt Gen.St. d.H, Chef Trspw.Gr. I Mitarbeiter Ia Gen.St. d.H, Chef Trspw.Gr. I.tr. I. Feldtrsp.Abt Ia 161.Infanterie-Division Ia XXXIX Armeekorps Ia 26.Panzer-Division Ia Infanterie-Division 'Grossdeutschland' Chef Gen.St. Heeresgruppe Nord Chef Gen.St. Heeresgruppe Mitte RK: 04 Sep 1943 DKiG: 02 Apr 1943
  19. Oberst Hans Kreysing Born: 17 Aug 1890 Died: 14 Apr 1969 Highest rank reached: General der Gebirgstruppe Kdr Inf.Rgt 16 Kdr 3.Gebirgs-Division Kdr XVII Armeekorps Oberbefehlshaber 8.Armee RK: 29 May 1940 EL: 20 Jan 1943 Schw: 13 Apr 1944
  20. Generalmajor Ludwig Crüwell Born: 20 Mar 1892 Died: 25 Sep 1958 Highest rank reached: General der Panzertruppe Oberquartiermeister 16.Armee Kommandeur 11.Panzer-Division Kommandierender General des Deutschen Afrikakorps Führer der Panzerarmee Afrika PoW 29 May 1942 RK: 14 May 1941 EL: 01 Sep 1941
  21. Generaloberst Hermann Hoth Born: 12 Apr 1885 Died: 25 Jan 1979 Kommandeur XV Armeekorps Kommandeur Paznergruppe Hoth Kommandeur Panzergruppe 3 Oberbefehlshaber 17.Armee Oberbefehlshaber 4.Panzerarmee Oberbefehlshaber Armeegruppe Hoth Befehlshaber Saale, später Befehlshaber Erzgebirge RK: 27 Oct 1939 EL: 17 Jul 1941 Schw: 15 Sep 1943
  22. Guys, I have just been given a big pile of pictures, enough to make a quick study of junior ranks hats? I am glad they are the portrait size so I don't have to squint!
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