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Headgear Worn at the Time of Immediate Captivity

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    Post #148
    Here is some actual footage of these prisoners.



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0h6IzuiHRg

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    It appears the Feldgendarmerie has been employed by the occupation authorities to assist with the round-up and control of German troops (note white armband):
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    Note the visor on top of the grave marker:
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    Great pic's Stonemint. I have been enjoying this thread since it started and look forward to new post.
    Thank You

    I wonder if the visor stayed there after this pic.

    I would also like to note that the Gent looking at the ribbon is wearing a USA officer uniform with no rank and no collar emblem to ID for which section he was assigned to.
    Could he be a news correspondent?

    Semper Fi

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    Captured WH & LW Officers:
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    Roa and Osttruppen. Interesting Kubanka in wear.

    Most likely France 1944.
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    Smile, you are famous.
    Mostly m43s in use by the colums of POWs
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    Roa and Osttruppen. Interesting Kubanka in wear.

    Most likely France 1944.
    Must be France , i don't think they would be as Smiley in Russian captivity . Or alive .
    Cheers Chris

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    Hauptmann Lomatidze of Ost Battalion 795 ''Georgian'', formerly a Red Army major, being interrogated by US troops near Utah beach. June 6, 1944.
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    Did we pack them all back off to Uncle Joe along with the cossacks?
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    Al

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