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Hi,

Here is a Werkschutz portrait. I have seen documentation at another forum with a photo of a person with the same letters on his collar.

If I remember correctly he was based in Paris.

Cheers,

Larry

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Very Uunusual picture Larry, the detail on the eagle is very clear.

cheers

jock :)

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Larry- Thank you for sharing that amazing and rare portrait. I really like WS items. They are surprisingly rare. Here are the two items I have.

A single tab for a Dornier Factory WS worker.

And an award document for a brave WS worker(unknown details).

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Hi Paul,

That is a very nice tab and award document, thanks for sharing them with us. Would you agree that the gothic letters on the tab in my photo are "SC?"

Interestingly a WS Dienstellausweiss posted over at WA forum shows a WS man with the exact same letters on his tabs.

The Feldpost number typed on the document denotes Fliegerhorstkommandantur A 201/XII which according to Lexicon der Wehrmacht was an airfield established in October 1942 in South-Villecoublay, France.

So my WS man was a civilian guard of some sort at an airfield in France? What would he be guarding? Any ideas?

Cheers,

Larry

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Hello Larry T and Paul R!

Here is my newest Werkschutz Photos.

Best regards,Morten.

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Morten,

Those are amazing. I like the insignia details

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Morten,

Those are amazing. I like the insignia details

Glad you ike my photos my friend!

Best regards,Morten.

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Hi Morten,

Very nice photos, thanks for showing them. :)

Cheers,

Larry

Hi Larry! Thanks for comment! :)

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Hi Paul,

That is a very nice tab and award document, thanks for sharing them with us. Would you agree that the gothic letters on the tab in my photo are "SC?"

Interestingly a WS Dienstellausweiss posted over at WA forum shows a WS man with the exact same letters on his tabs.

The Feldpost number typed on the document denotes Fliegerhorstkommandantur A 201/XII which according to Lexicon der Wehrmacht was an airfield established in October 1942 in South-Villecoublay, France.

So my WS man was a civilian guard of some sort at an airfield in France? What would he be guarding? Any ideas?

Cheers,

Larry

Hi Larry,

I agree. The letters SC are on the tabs. I do not know what factory that could be at the moment. I can check my book when I get home though. There is a section dedicated to the WSh. These folks normally provided basic security(like a civilian security guard does today) and fire response. Most of these men were too old to join the military or were not qualified for medical reasons.

Lets keep the pics coming!

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