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Hi,

the Oberleutnant und Staffelführer should be Oberleutnant Franz-Josef Maubach

Uwe

Good shout. I can see that name in the signature.

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Hi,

the Oberleutnant und Staffelführer should be Oberleutnant Franz-Josef Maubach

Uwe

Good shout. I can see that name in the signature.

Gents

As I had made a mistake with the original posting which alluded to 11./KG 53, can I confirm that you are both meaining this signatory?

Regards Richard.

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Yes.

Uwe

In that case, both Uwe and Kevin thank you very much indeed for your help.

Another signature identified, and this time a holder of the DKiG!

Regards Richard.

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Another long shot....

Signatory as Oberleutnant from Flugzeugführerschule C 10, dated 19-September-1944.

Regards Richard.

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Another example which requires identification.

Oberstleutnant und Adjutant to Generalmajor Rudolf Bogatsch, dated 18-August-1939.

Any help as always will be gratefully received.

Regards Richard.

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Any ideas on this Hauptmann und Kompanie Fuhrer of Stab/ZG 26 "Horst Wessel", dated 21-February-1944?

As always any help is much appreciated.

Regards Richard.

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5 minutes ago, Fred Perry said:

Dear friends, who is this generalmajor?

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That is Alfred Mahnke. Signature Database Entry - MAHNKE

Nice early dated example.

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I believe that is the signature of 

General der Flieger Rudolf BOGATSCH
01.02.39-16.05.42     Befehlshaber d. Heeresfliegerverbände, General d. Luftwaffe beim Oberbefehlshaber d. Heeres u. Inspekteur d. Aufklärungsflieger/ RLM

Andy

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4 hours ago, arb said:

I believe that is the signature of 

General der Flieger Rudolf BOGATSCH
01.02.39-16.05.42     Befehlshaber d. Heeresfliegerverbände, General d. Luftwaffe beim Oberbefehlshaber d. Heeres u. Inspekteur d. Aufklärungsflieger/ RLM

Andy

Thank you very much!

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5 hours ago, Fred Perry said:

Please help to identify this signature

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 Another example:

 

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