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  1. Hello, here is a video I did with Legacy Collectables about my great grandfather who was a KPD spy inside the Nazi Party and the SS. If you have any further questions about his story, his life or for any more details, please do ask!
  2. Braemer, Walter * 7. Januar 1883 in Königsberg † 13. Juni 1955 in Hamburg 1927-30 Kommandeur des 6. (Preuß.) Reiter-Regiments 1930-32 Kommandant von Insterburg 1932 als Generalmajor verabschiedet 1935 als Standartenführer in die Schutzstaffel eingetreten 1938 als Generalmajor im Heere reaktiviert 1939 Kommandant des Rückwärtigen Armeegebiets 580 1941-44 Wehrmachtbefehlshaber im Reichskommissariat Ostland 1945 Kommandierender General des stellv. II. Armeekorps und Befehlshaber im Wehrkreises II 1945 Kommandant des rückwärtigen Armeegebietes der 11. Armee Highest ranks reached: General der Kavallerie / SS-Gruppenführer https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walter_Braemer https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walter_Braemer
  3. Fett, Albert * 1. November 1872 in Rennerod, Westerburg † 8. Februar 1963 in Frankfurt am Main 1918 Kommandeur des Infanterie-Regiments Nr. 164 1924 Kommandeur des 15. Infanterie-Regiments 1928 Infanterieführer I 1929 verabschiedet 1939 Kommandeur der Ersatztruppen IX 1939 Kommandeur der 159. Division 1940 Kommandeur der Division Nr. 159 1941 Kommandeur der 328. Infanterie-Division 1942 Mobilmachungsbestimmung aufgehoben Highest rank reached: Generalleutnant / Allg. SS-Gruppenführer https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Fett
  4. Himmler, Heinrich * 7. Oktober 1900 in München, Königreich Bayern † 23. Mai 1945 in Lüneburg (Selbstmord) Reichsführer-SS https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heinrich_Himmler https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heinrich_Himmler
  5. Koch, Friedrich * 15. Januar 1879 in Odenkirchen † 3. November 1961 in Bonn 1927 Kommandant des Truppenübungsplatzes Hammerstein 1930 Kommandant der Festung Königsberg 1931 verabschiedet 1939 Kommandeur der 254. Infanterie-Division 1940 mit der Führung des XXXXIV. Armeekorps beauftragt 1940 Kommandierender General des XXXXIV. Armeekorps 1941 Führerreserve OKH 1942 entlassen Highest rank reached: General der Infanterie z.v. / SS-Gruppenführer Ritterkreuz des Eisernen Kreuzes (RK) - 13.10.1941 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friedrich_Koch_(general) https://www.lexikon-der-wehrmacht.de/Personenregister/K/KochFriedrich.htm
  6. Kaltenbrunner, Ernst * 4. Oktober 1903 in Ried im Innkreis, Österreich-Ungarn † 16. Oktober 1946 in Nürnberg (hingerichtet) 1938-43 Führer des SS-Oberabschnittes Donau 1938-43 Höherer SS- und Polizeiführer "Donau" 1940-43 Polizeipräsident von Wien 1943-45 Chef des Reichssicherheitshauptamtes 1943-45 Chef der Sicherheitspolizei und des SD SS-Obergruppenführer und General der Waffen SS und Polizei https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ernst_Kaltenbrunner
  7. Heider, Karl Hermann Otto * 26. Mai 1896 in Bremerhaven † 13. Mai 1960 in Aerzen-Groß Berkel 1934-37 Bürgermeister der Stadt Bremen 1940-42 Polizeipräsident von Münster 1942-45 Leiter des Heiratsamts im Rasse- und Siedlungshauptamt (RuSHA) der SS 1944-45 Stellvertreter des Leiters des RuSHA der SS Highest rank reached: SS-Brigadeführer und Generalmajor der Polizei https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otto_Heider
  8. Richard Walther Darre Born: 14 Jul 1895 Died: 05 Sep 1953 Highest rank held: SS-Gruppenführer Chef Rasse- und Siedlungshauptamt (RuSHA) Reichsministerium für Ernährung und Landwirtschaft (Reich Minister of Food and Agriculture) Reichsbauernführer Author: Das Bauerntum als Lebensquell der Nordischen Rasse (1927) & Neuadel aus Blut und Boden (1930)
  9. Eggeling, Joachim Albrecht Leo *30.11.1884 in Blankenburg am Harz, †15.04.1945 in Halle (Saale) Gauleiter von Halle-Merseburg, SS-Obergruppenführer https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joachim_Albrecht_Eggeling https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joachim_Albrecht_Eggeling Digital photo of a microfilm image from his SS Personalakte, so not the best quality.
  10. Hanns Blaschke Born: 01 Apr 1896 Died: 25 Oct 1971 Beigeordneter und Ratsherr Wien Bürgermeister Wien Held the rank of SS-Brigadeführer. Convicted of treason in 1948 he was sentenced to 6 years imprisonment.
  11. My on-line search of SS service numbers found no match to those found on a 1933 SS ground Rohm dagger I have (photos in the German Dagger Forum). The number on the dagger cross-guard is 12326, and on the scabbard is 12329. I believe the last number on one of the parts was inverted in error, but I don't know which one . Does anyone out there in 'Research Land' have info on a person with either of these assigned service numbers? Thanks! Scott
  12. Hello About two months ago, my second Cousin sent me some of her father's stuff that he brought back during the War. (There are photos of him on here in the family photo section.)Inside one package was a a Obershutze GvB tunic that. Family story was he gave the German POW food for it after he was captured during Operation Nordwind. I have her looking for the Bringback Certificate now. When I got it, the collar tabs and sleeve eagle were missing. I had the tunic verified as original by some US Waffen SS Collectors whose names all well known in the community. It is a definitely combat worn. I had the pocket resewn (was torn) the collar tabs and sleeve eagle resewn to complete the tunic (professional restorer who does stuff for the Ruptured Duck). I am quite happy with everything since it will most likely be the only WSS tunic that I will ever own. It was really neat that that this was found in my Great Uncle's attic after all of these years. I am working on getting some more stuff in the mail. I hope that all of you enjoy the pictures. BTW. The Badge locations on the pocket are exactly where the Soldier had them pinned through the pocket so yes they are that close.
  13. Gentlemen, What is the correct name for this SS device worn on the right hand side of the tunic? What was the purpose of it? Thank you Pierce
  14. I'm not a regular follower of this forum, but saw this picture on the WorldWar2today site (see below) and thought I'd ask: Surely someone can list Heydrich's decorations? http://ww2today.com
  15. Acquired at auction.Said to be of French manufacture.Do you think it's original? Thanks for looking. Steve
  16. Hey guys I have a favor to ask,could someone thats up to speed on SS postcard type photos drop me a PM?Thanks! Eric edit: My title seems a bit deceptive,sorry about that.....So here's a pic for your trouble, this is 1 of 5 that Rick did a bit of researching on about 10 years or so ago ..sorry about the stupid circles.
  17. Guys, Couple of kantine items yesterday. They look nice now they have been through the dishwasher. Jock
  18. I have the opportunity to purchase this piece and would appreciate opinions. Thank you.
  19. Several higher ranking SS generals had served in the police between the wars, prior to resuming their military service (Georg Keppler and Karl Maria Demelhuber, for example). Were SS and Police long service awards worn together on the medal and/or ribbon bar?
  20. Several higher ranking SS generals had served in the police between the wars, prior to resuming their military service (Georg Keppler and Karl Maria Demelhuber, for example). Were SS and Police long service awards worn together on the medal and/or ribbon bar?
  21. Hello Everyone, I've looked around for an answer to this but with no luck.. did women wear the old fighter chevron as Aufseherinnen? I know that many women made up the early membership of the Nazi party and it's only logical that some of them either volunteered for, or were drafted into the SS? What do you guys think? Or know about this? I began to wonder about it after looking at images from the "Auschwitz" album showing female members of the SS and after looking at images from Bergen-Belson (post-liberation) of the SS burying the dead. THANKS!
  22. Hello, Gentleman's. Need your opinion on this belt buckle. Thank You. Front.
  23. Guys, I just found this and it kind of made me laugh, so much stamping and control on the reverse, no wonder they lost! I would like to see the 'button police' inspectors auswies. It is three shots of the same button, its a bit tricky to capture on camera. Jock
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