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Hi Gents,

is it possible to find out, if Friedrich Waldschmidt born November 3rd 1873 at Raboldshausen,

served with Infanterie-Leib-Regiment No. 117 Großherzogin at WW I?

Every help most appreciated.

Kind regards

Andreas

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Hi Andreas,

maybe you find out more here:

HStAD Bestand N 1 in Nr. 113

Identifikation (Fallakte)

Laufzeit 

1933-1945

Aktenart 

Stammbuch der NSDAP

Angaben zur Person

Personenname 

Waldschmidt, Friedrich

Geburtsdatum 

1873-11-03

Geburtsort 

Raboldshausen

Wohnort 

Zeppelinheim

Beruf 

Revierförster

Biografische Angaben 

Eintritt in die Partei: 1.3.1933
1.11.1938: Personalamtsleiter
1.11.1940: Ortsgruppenleiter i.V.

Informationen / Notizen

Zusatzinformationen 

siehe auch HStAD Bestand N 1 in Nr. 176

https://arcinsys.hessen.de/arcinsys/detailAction?detailid=v436048

 

Laufzeit 

1934

Aktenart 

SA-Stammliste

Angaben zur Person

Personenname 

Waldschmidt, Friedrich

Geburtsdatum 

1873-11-03

Geburtsort 

Raboldshausen, Kreis Homberg, Regierungs-Bezirk Kassel

Wohnort 

Forsthaus Mitteldick, Neu-Isenburg, Kreis Offenbach am Main

Beruf 

Staatsförster

Biografische Angaben 

05.03.1933: Eintritt in die SA;
Dienststellung/-rang: Sturmführer

https://arcinsys.hessen.de/arcinsys/detailAction?detailid=v5586197

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Hi GreyC,

thank´s for shearing this, I allready new this source, but my hope is /was, that

someone has a regimental story post 1918, where he is mentioned.

Kind regards
Andreas

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