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  1. Understandably a bit of a neglected area. German mastery of both WWI & WWII MG use is well known, but the adaptions to the WWI MGs are interesting. Even today weapon platforms are 'added to' to extend their use or as an interim measure.
  2. Jodl, Alfred Josef Ferdinand * 10. Mai 1890 in Würzburg † 16. Oktober 1946 in Nürnberg (hingerichtet) Highest rank reached: Generaloberst https://www.lexikon-der-wehrmacht.de/Personenregister/J/JodlA.htm https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfred_Jodl https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfred_Jodl
  3. Because I have this ribbon bar, I am looking for additional information on Hans Nuyken, born Biebrich am Rhein 8 June 1890, died ? Fähnrich Leutnant 20.02.10 A (backdated seniority, commissioned 1911) in Infantry Regiment 55 Oberleutnant 18.10.15 Aa charakterisiert Hauptmann aD circa 1920 Hauptmann (E) 01.11.33 #10 (probably circa 1935) Major (E) 01.03.38 #25 Oberstleutnant (E) later (S) 01.04.41 #207 Oberst (S) 01.12.42 #38 Transferred to newly created war unit Reserve Infantry Regiment 255 (77th Reserve Division). Service after 194 to war's end unknown—see below. Wehrmacht service throughout Third Reich at Kriegsministerium Wehrmacht Amt Inland section (“WA-J) later O.K.W. Section (“W Allg”-- Wehrmachtsangelegenheiten/Inland) 9 ribbon bar circa 1942+ = EK2 1914 KVK2X Lippe Detmold Ehrenkreuz IV-BX (LDH4bX) awarded 22.09.14 as Lt in RIR 255. One of 48 of this class for WW1 Lippe Detmold War merit Cross (LKr) Hamburg Hanseatic Cross (HH) Honor Cross for Frontfighters aka Hindenburg Cross X Wehrmacht 12 years Service Medal (WHDA3) Wehrmacht 4 Years Service Medal (WHDA4) Volkspflege Decoration M1939 (type “Red Cross award known—see below) This ribbon bar was obtained by me 1 November 1984 from a New Jersey dealer subsequently fallen from grace and expelled into exterior darkness for dishonesty. Nuyken's unattributed medal bar—with the Volkspflege cross but no KVK2X—was sold in Florida in Jack Sweetman's last catalog (#86) November 1982. (That medal bar went for $395 BTW) It is my understanding that a completely intact M1957 medal bar (where did Nuyken get another LDH4bX????), pinback awards, all award documents, miscellaneous things like happy 85th birthday (or some such) were sold by Hermann Historica in October 2012. That provided evidence that Nuyken also received a WW1 EK1 (of course) a Lippe Detmold War Cross for Heroic Deeds, and a KVK1X during WW2. If anyone saved scans that are legible and provide any details on Nuyken' award dates, service dates, long ?) life—and his FACE-- I would be most obliged if you could post them here. I have been looking for his “Florida” medal bar since 1982. It has never resurfaced. The existence of a M1957 medal bar is amazing.
  4. Klug, Emil *09.05.1892 in Würzburg, Bayern 01.07.1935 m.W.v. 01.04.1935 Hauptmann (E), Adjutant des Wehrbezirkskommandos Würzburg 01.04.1938 kommandiert z. OKW (Abwehr) 01.05.1938 kommandiert z. Stab des Generalkommandos des XIII.Armeekorps 01.06.1938 Major (E) 01.08.1938 in den Stab des Generalkommandos des XIII.Armeekorps versebtz 01.02.1939 in das OKW (Abw.Abt. II) versetzt 20.02.1941 kommandiert z. OKH/Chef H Rüst u. B.d.E./Wa A (Wa Z 6) 01.04.1941 in das OKH/Chef H Rüst u. B.d.E. versetzt als Kommandant des Tiergartenblocks 01.01.1942 Oberstleutnant 01.04.1942 zu den aktiven Truppenoffizieren übergeführt 01.11.1944 Oberst Although Bavarian-born, he was a Pionier officer in the Royal Saxon Army from 1910 to 1919.
  5. Admiral Wilhelm Canaris https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wilhelm_Canaris From an evaluation for Major Friedrich Gähring, then with the Abwehrstelle Saloniki. Maybe autopen?
  6. An example of the Drivers Badge in Silver to a long serving soldier in Pi.Btl 45 and signed by Karl Hermann Zehm.
  7. Guys, Got this one yesterday. I have never seen one this large, it would fit a 38 to 48 inch waist, he must have been a proper fat lad! Note the attachments for the shoulder strap so it is pre-dates 1939 although this one has no markings that I can see. jock
  8. The first two (Heer and Kriegsmarine) are new to the collection. Heer.... Maker is still a bit of a mystery, but, going on the reverse hardware, I am leaning toward W.Deumer as a good possibility. Kriegsmarine... Nicely marked with the "A" for F.W Assmann - Ludenscheid Luftwaffe... I've chosen this example from the collection as it's a known unmarked example from the factory of Wilhelm Deumer and gives a good comparison for the heer eagle that started the thread...slightly different hinge, but a very similar setup overall.
  9. Guys, A gift today from a German pal, he keeps his eyes open for me at the markets. It is a bit tired but still, it is what it is. I like the blue coloured masks with black rubber as you don't see as many. I think the blue denotes 'Magnetic'? All the usual markings inside. Markings inside.
  10. A Division specific variant to a member of 20 Panzer Division complete with the Divisional emblem in the top left corner.
  11. Here a nice but sadly unmarked KVK 1st class with swords. Anyone remember this style?
  12. Hello, I would like opinions on these boots if they are indeed WW2 era German. The guy I bought them from said that they are late war boots that are not popular with collectors as other models are. He is sending me a certificate of authenticity. There are no markings on them that I see other that on the sole I saw a 44. I would like any help you can give. Thanks for your time.
  13. Today i got this nice little bar from a neighbor. I got a lot HJ stuff from her husband - since he passes away last year she still looking for the other objects. She told me that this bar is probably from her father - he was a WW1 vet and were in the Wehrmacht (probably Landsturm) in 1943. Greetings Stefan
  14. Hello! My neighbour (age 79) gave me the following pieces of his brother! It´s absolutely fantastic!!!!! All medals were included. Unfortunately the Nahkampfspange is missing. Note the star upon his shoulder straps!!!!! That is the Inf.Div.227, lead by Generalleutnant v. Scotti. The star was the personally sign of the family Scotti! He also gave me the Frontflugspange für Auflärer, worn by his second brother. The swastika was removed, because was he POW in an american camp. He removed it, so the americans didn´t take it away
  15. After hunting around for 16 years, I finally managed to grab a 'Metz 1944' to complete the campaign case.
  16. Hallo Gents my only excuse is its Thursday night Why oh why am I not rushing to buy at 10,000 dollars http://www.epier.com/Collectibles/Military...ges/1095547.asp looks like it was knocked up in somebodys basement this week. Warsaw Shield 1944 Original, Only One in Existences, Rare Kevin in Deva. Sorry Guys I couldnt bear to post this in German WW2 section, feared instant excomunication from the Club!!!!
  17. Hi all, What about this one ? Since they are so much faked I usually avoid them but thought I would get an vote on it before turning it down... Christer
  18. Hi This is my cased EK1 clasp unmarked but attributed to Eugen Schmidhäußler.A beautiful spange which is heavily silver plated it has some very fine detail which I found irresistible and I am very grateful to Paul Hogle at Lakeside Trader for this one.I hope you enjoy... Jon. https://www.lakesidetrader.com/index.php
  19. 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
  20. Guys, Went out today and had to drop the wife at Bremen early doors. I must say the fleemarkets there have a better quality of junk than ours and not too pricey, this bad boy was €20 which I think is a fair price for a normal phone, they seem to be anywhere between 30/50 localy. It is a proper sleeper though as I found out at home. You don't often get the battery as these phones were reused post war and I know some are still in use on Bergen ranges, well if not in use at least still on inventory a few years back.
  21. Guys, Again today at Bremen. Not fancy but a reasonable price.
  22. Guys, Took a day off but a pal that is switching focus came up with this lot. I think he wants items that display well rather than laying in a box as he put it?
  23. These straps have to lie around a couple of years. As I´m not so good in those thinks I have to ask your opinios. What do you think good or bad ?
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