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I have this item: Anschriftensammlung der 2nd KP, 1st Pz Rgmt.

Article about: Ok, I recently got this 2-page document which apparently is the names to all the men serving in the 2nd Kompanie of Panzer Regiment 1. This list containes all the names of the men serving in

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    Exclamation I have this item: Anschriftensammlung der 2nd KP, 1st Pz Rgmt.

    Ok, I recently got this 2-page document which apparently is the names to all the men serving in the 2nd Kompanie of Panzer Regiment 1. This list containes all the names of the men serving in that Kompanie as of sometime in the latter part of 1941 and on the Leningrad Front. It lists these mens addresses, a few positions they held within the Kompanie and some of those who were Killed-in-Action. Also, there is at least one Knights Cross Recipient on the list and a possible Knights Cross w/ Oaks Recipeint on it too.

    Outside weather pemitting, I will list their info here-minus their addresses.

    Page Nr. 1)

    Robert Amon.
    Peter Abele.
    Gunther Ahrens.
    Otto Baumgart.
    Georg Backer.
    Heinrich Beckmann.
    Justus Braunhahn.
    Hermann Buhlmann.
    Herbert von der Beck.
    Wilhelm Burck.
    Karl Bartholomaus. Funker.
    Rudi Cilicx.
    Hans Eppo Freiherr von Dornberg.
    Achim Bredow. Killed-in-Action.
    Heinz Dietrich.
    Gerhard Drechler.
    Rudolf Dittner. Killed-in-Action.
    Horst Dragon.
    Friedrich Empter.
    Friedrich Ehret.
    Hans Fahrenkrog.
    Fritz Feix.
    Gerhard Frank.
    Peter Gillow. Kompanie Chef.
    Kurt Galm.
    Hans Gobel.
    Karl Glunz. Killed-in-Action.
    Alfred Gunther.
    Ludwig Grunthaler.
    Gerhard Heynert.
    Erich Hofmann.
    Heinrich Herboldt.
    Paul Hafner.
    Philipp Heinik.
    Erich Hay.
    Karl Hofmann.
    Erich Hofmann.
    Ludwig Huber.
    Albert Hennemann.
    Asmuth Jakob.
    Willi Jacobs.
    Walter Jung.
    Siegfried Kobe.
    Konstantin Koppelberg.
    Hans Kintscher.
    Emil Kockemuller.
    Konrad Kolb.
    Rudolf Klein.
    Franz Kupper.
    Karl Kail. Killed-in-Action.
    Ludwig Krieger.
    Haraold Kielmann.
    Ernst Knester.
    Willi Keidel.
    Otto Kramer. Killed-in-Action.
    Hermann Ellermann.
    Kurt Lichter.
    Robert Lindemann.
    Rudi Loll.

    Page Nr.2:

    Unreadable Shafer. Knights Cross Recipient.
    Hermann Lupges.
    Wolfgang Lottmann.
    Edmund Michels.
    Hermann Mack.
    Walter Menz.
    Karl Meis.
    Arthur Mohr.
    Kurt von der Osten. Former Kompanie Kdt and Killed-in-Action.
    Maz Omler.
    Paul Petri.
    Herbert Preis.
    Albert Ritter. Killed-in-Action.
    Karl-Friedrich Rostan.
    Heinz Reinhardt.
    Franz Rosegen.
    Paul Reuter.
    Heinz Ritz.
    Andreas Rupprecht.
    Gunther Requard. Funker.
    Wolfgang Rose.
    Erst Reiffert.
    Hans Strippel. Possibly an RKT w/ Oaks and possibly Killed-in-Action?
    Wilhelm Plumbohm.
    Karl Spacht.
    Karl Sachs.
    Johann Sell.
    Max Seitz.
    Adolf Spindler.
    Alfred Schimmelpfeng.
    Max Schmidt.
    Heinrich Scheiffarth.
    Karl Schulz.
    Karl Schutt.
    Eckhard von Schack ~or~ Eckhard Neff a.k. Schack. He also has something to do with General Erich von Manstein-but I don't know what it is?
    Franz Schuler.
    Georg Schmidt.
    Ludwig Schneider.
    Edmund Schneider. Gunner.
    Karl-Heinz Schleu.
    Ernst Stolz.
    Robert Straube.
    Heinrich Stichel.
    Herbert Traber.
    Konrad Todt. Killed-in-Action.
    Karl Traiser. Killed-in-Action.
    Arno Trautmann.
    Wilhelm Uebel. Killed-in-Action.
    Hans Voigt. Kompanie Spiess.
    Andreas Vogt.
    Gerhard Vitt.
    Walter Weisel.
    Walter Wiesend.
    Helmut Weber. Loader.
    Heinrich Weyrauch. Gunner.
    Paul Westrup.
    Friedrich Worner.
    Gerhard Muller. (My) Gunner.
    Heinrich Wenner.
    Leutnant Man von Zitzwwitz. Killed-in-Action @ Leningrad.

    PS, I know basically what the term "Anschrifstensammlung" means but, does anyone here know the exact English translation for it?

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    Default Re: I have this item: Anschriftensammlung der 2nd KP, 1st Pz Rgmt.

    I don't think there is a direct translation for Anschriftensammlung but i guess it means a collection of names and addresses for the company.
    That sure is a nice list to have, and I guess a hard one to come by. I bet you could spend weeks researching some of that lot.

    Nice one

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    Default Re: I have this item: Anschriftensammlung der 2nd KP, 1st Pz Rgmt.

    Great post H.B. , thanks for the reference , must have taken yonks to type that up , but patience is a virtue

    cheers Al

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    Default Re: I have this item: Anschriftensammlung der 2nd KP, 1st Pz Rgmt.

    Yeah a Good reference for the Forum, Sure it will help people out. Thanks H.B For your Hard work.

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    Default Re: I have this item: Anschriftensammlung der 2nd KP, 1st Pz Rgmt.

    Carl,

    As usual you come up with stuff that is hard to find , an excellent piece of reference material,

    great work my old mate
    The gates of hell were opened and we accepted the invitation to enter" 26/880 Lance Sgt, Edward Dyke. 26th Bn Northumberland Fusiliers , ( 3rd Tyneside Irish )

    1st July 1916

    Thought shall be the harder , heart the keener,
    Courage the greater as our strength faileth.
    Here lies our leader ,in the dust of his greatness.
    Who leaves him now , be damned forever.
    We who are old now shall not leave this Battle,
    But lie at his feet , in the dust with our leader

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    Default Re: I have this item: Anschriftensammlung der 2nd KP, 1st Pz Rgmt.

    Thank you for taking the time to share this here.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Default Re: I have this item: Anschriftensammlung der 2nd KP, 1st Pz Rgmt.

    It's one of the most difficult tasks, putting together the names of company / platoon / section members from scattered details !

    Nice job in compiling them !

    Gary J.

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    Default Re: I have this item: Anschriftensammlung der 2nd KP, 1st Pz Rgmt.

    Hi Gents, you all quite welcome and I really can't take credit of any real research on these men---yet ;-)) However, as soon as things slow down a bit for me, im going to add anything i can find out-including making sure who on the list Won the CCC in Gold, DKiG and RK-plus unit background as soon as time permits. I hope to make this one constantly upgraded effort ;-))

    If anyone else finds anything out-it will be very much welcomed. Also, if I get lucky next week, I might be able to buy a few pictures of men and tanks in this regiment that I have been told is going to be up for sale by then.

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    Hello,
    Thanks for sharing these infos...
    too bad for me that it concerns only the second company, as i do own a dogtag from the third one.....
    PREUSSENS GLORIA

    In Memoriam :
    Laurent Huart (1964-2008)

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    Default Re: I have this item: Anschriftensammlung der 2nd KP, 1st Pz Rgmt.

    Hi Philip, I don't know if the dealer I got it from has more documents like these but-no telling I got very lucky on these by stumbling upon them by accident. The two page documents are in terrible condition and one is almost ripped in half.

    I hve something else I picked up years ago from a good friend from Holland. He wanted a book I had as trade for the item-which I gladly traded away. What I have I do not know what these are called but, it has a fascimile of a DKiG on the top of at least page one. This is a 4-page list that has about 20 or so names of men on each page that was awarded the DKiG and I think these lists were put out every 2 weeks or so?

    Anyway, one night I couldn't sleep I decided to try looking up a few of the familiar-sounding names on the list-in my book of RKTs listings-and I found several on that DKiG list who later became RKTs. This list I think only includes men from the Army and Waffen SS. I don't recall if any men in the Luftwaffe were on it or not? also, no men from the Kriegsmarine are on my list. I don't know if that means that they were on a seperate list? or on one that had the KM and LW gents on it?

    Until I had been contacted about my friend having this 4-page list, I never knew any such list was ever produced.

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