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    106_9...I'll keep my eyes open if ya want for patches or pictures if ya want...M... Hell i might have a few and don't even know it...I'll look...M

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    Quote by Dagon View Post
    106_9...I'll keep my eyes open if ya want for patches or pictures if ya want...M... Hell i might have a few and don't even know it...I'll look...M
    Thank you very much, I would appreciate that.
    Ralph.
    Searching for anything relating to, Anton Boos, 934 Stamm. Kp. Pz. Erz. Abt. 7, 3 Kompanie, Panzer-Regiment 2, 16th Panzer-Division (My father)

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    Adrian Stevenson:
    Some of 365, as well as 360 though 363 are alo known to me and also 2/366 existed at Radkersburg (Febrary 1939)!
    It would be great to get a list of the other RAD Abt. I'm currently working on a complete Südmark (XXXVI) list of RAD fpr a local history paper, so 360 till 365 (even 366 : Feldbach) would be great.

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    This is some information I have. It might be far from complete as "in between" changes are not added or corrected by me. I do plan this for a long time,
    but simply do not have the time for that!

    Arbeitsgau XXXVI - Südmark:
    1/360 was in early 1939 located at Dobl and got the honor-name "Vinzend Hagen". Per March 1941 the name was changed into "Alfons Erle";
    2/360 was in early 1939 located at Steindorf and got the honor-name "Major Hacker" per March 1941;
    3/360 was in early 1939 located at Lichendorf and got the honor-name "Anastasius Grün" per March 1941;
    4/360 was in early 1939 located at St. Oswald and got the honor-name "Erzherzog Johann" per March 1941;
    5/360 was in early 1939 located at Weniggleinz and got the honor-name "Robert Hamerling" per March 1941;
    6/360 location not known was in February 1941 given the honor-name "Astronom Kepler". This was corrected per March 1941 into "Ostronom Kepler".

    1/361 was in early 1939 located at Klagenfurt and tshortly thereafter at Viktring and got the honor-name "Josef Rabitsch in April 1939. The name was changed into "Karl Karner" per March 1941;
    2/361 was in early 1939 located at St. Andrä and got the honor-name "Sylvester Gratzl" per March 1941;
    3/361 was in early 1939 located at Viktring and got the honor-name "Karl Karner" per April 1939. The name was changed into "Josef Rabitsch" per March 1941;
    4/361 = unknown;
    5/361 location unknown. Got the honor-name "Zollfeld" per February 1941.

    1/362 was in early 1939 located at Rattendorf and got the honor-name "Hauptmann Friedrich Hensel" per March 1941;
    2/362 was in early 1939 located at Hermagor and got the honor-name "Josef Troyer, der Eiserne Major" per March 1941;
    3/362 location unknown, got the honor-name "Defregger" in March 1941;
    4/362 location unknown, got the honor-name "Johann Türk" in March 1941;
    5/362 was in early 1939 located at Steinfeld and got the honor-name "Kreuzer Emden" per March 1941.

    Will be continued.
    "Wir sollen auch unser Leben für die Brüder lassen" (1.Joh.3.16):
    zum Gedächtnis Wilhelm Schenk. Er starb fürs Vaterland am 13. Juni 1916

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    1/363 was in early 1939 located at Untertal and got the honor-name "Rudolf Erlbacher" per March 1941;
    2/363 was in early 1939 located at Weissenbach and got the honor-name "Carl von Ghega" per March 1941;
    3/363 was in early 1939 located at Reittal and got the honor-name "Franz Ebner" per March 1941;
    4/363 = unknown;
    5/363 was in early 1939 located at St. Peter/Kammersberg and got the honor-name "Joseph Kessel" per March 1941;
    6/363 was in early 1939 located at Mooshain and got the honor-name "Jakob Hennemann" per March 1941.

    1/364 was in early 1939 located at Hartberg nd got the honor-name "Ottokar Kernstock" per March 1941. The location may have changed into Radkersburg in about 1944;
    2/364 was in early 1939 located at Birkfeld and got the honor-name "Peter Rosegger" per March 1941;
    3/364 location unknown. Got the honor-name "Jakob Bleyer" per March 1941;
    4/364 was in early 1939 located at Gillersdorf and got the honor-name "Josef Kristandl" per March 1941;
    5/364 was in early 1939 located at Sebersdorf and got the honor-name "Grenzveste Riegersburg"" per March 1941;
    6/364 was in early 1939 located at Bierbaum and got the honor-name "Dr. Willibald Brodmann" per March 1941;
    7/364 location unknown. Got the honor-name "Hufeland" per March 1941
    (see also post 19).

    1/365 location unknown. Got the honor-name "Siegfried von Mahrenberg" per March 1941;
    2/365 = unknown;
    3/365 was in early 1939 located at Schönberg and got the honor-name "August Assmann" per March 1941;
    4/365 was in early 1939 located at Lang and got the honor-name "Teufelsgraben" per March 1941. The location may have changed into Leibnitz, but is not for sure;
    5/365 = unknown;
    6/365 was in early 1939 located at Leibnitz and got the honor-name "Hugo Wolf" (date unknown). This name was changed into "Komponist Hugo Wolf" per March 1941.

    1/366 = unknown;
    2/366 was in early 1939 located at Radkersburg and got the honor-name "Hufeland" in March 1941.

    Note that different units could have been granted the same name as was done with 7/364 and 2/366.
    All information is taken from the "Verordnungsblatt für den Reichsarbeitsdienst", so from the original source!
    "Wir sollen auch unser Leben für die Brüder lassen" (1.Joh.3.16):
    zum Gedächtnis Wilhelm Schenk. Er starb fürs Vaterland am 13. Juni 1916

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    Welcome to the forum Hunt3r...

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    Thank your for this brilliant information. I can add the following, jet missing parts.

    4/362 was in early 1939 located at Saak
    1/366 was in early 1939 located at Kapfenstein
    5/361 was in early 1939 located at Grafenstein

    Source : Postcards showing these RAD camps with their numbers

    5/362 was in early 1939 located at Steinfeld - Correct location is Steindorf

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    Thanks Hunt3r. I wil add it the information to my list. Maybe one day I am able to finish my
    list on all known RAD-units. It will be a quite extensive one. That's for sure!.
    "Wir sollen auch unser Leben für die Brüder lassen" (1.Joh.3.16):
    zum Gedächtnis Wilhelm Schenk. Er starb fürs Vaterland am 13. Juni 1916

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    realize this thread is old, but just found when i joined. I have a pic of RAD unit . 4/360. Trying to find out more



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    also have a letter with K2/231

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