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Article about: Always looking for others interested in signed photos, military, civil, or political. Wartime or postwar. Here are four I favor in Luftwaffe, though I write on the SS have diverse areas of h

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    If anyone would care to share addresses with me via PM, I'd sure appreciate it. Any correspondence I'd make with veterans would be brief, cordial, and thankful. Thanks in advance!

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    Hello Glenn, thank you very much for your welcoming me! And don_kihotis, nice to see you here, I also remember you from the WAF.
    Like I promised, here are my signed pictures so far:

    Soeren Kam:

    Dr.Alfred Regeniter:

    Hugo Broch:

    Rochus Misch:

    Kurt Sametreiter:

    Erwin Kressmann:

    Hans-ekkehard Bob:

    Harald Nugiseks:

    George Duiker:

    Othmar W Hermes:

    Otto Carius:

    Rudolf von Ribbentrop:

    That's my collection so far. I have not written in a couple of months, but I am planning on writing some veterans again in some days.

    Kind regards,

  4. #143


    It's nice that you have them framed and displayed.
    Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377

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    Two news ones in.

    Number 1. German Panzer Ace & Knights Cross winner Ludwig Bauer (photo from the Ardennes Offensive)
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    Number 2. The famous and well known Luftwaffe Knights Cross w/Oakleaves & Swords winner Fighter Ace GŁnther Rall. (275 victories)
    (flanked by Knight cross winners Friedrich Wachowiak (L) and Karl Gratz (R)
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    Quote by LB023 View Post
    Hello guys,

    I just recently discovered this thread. I have to say this thread looks way better the the simular thread of the WAF(some people complaining about veterans who would not want to be bothered anymore).
    In my collection are signed photos of twelve veterans now:
    -Erwin Kressmann
    -Harald Nugiseks
    -Kurt Sametreiter
    -Rochus Misch
    -Hugo Broch
    -Alfred Regeniter
    -Soeren Kam
    -Hans Ekkehard Bob
    -George Duiker(Dutch officer of the waffen-SS)
    -Othmar Hermes
    -Otto Carius
    -Rudolf von Ribbentrop

    I will try to upload some pictures for you this weekend,

    Kind regards
    Welcome to the forum , your Georg Duiker photo is most interesting do you know his History ?

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    Quote by Paul D View Post
    Welcome to the forum , your Georg Duiker photo is most interesting do you know his History ?
    Hello Paul,

    Thank you very much. I do know more about him since he has written a book about his carreer in the waffen-ss. The book has only been published in dutch onfortunately. Here is some info about his carreer:

    Started on 29th September 1940: 9./SS-Standarte Westland.


    -Krementschug: explosive shrapnell in hip and pelvis area and a bullet in the upper leg.
    -Narwa: Severe head injurie and grenade shrapnell through the whole body.


    -Eisernes kreuz 2.Klasse-15 oktober 1941
    -Infanterie Sturmabzeichen in Bronze-20 april 1942
    -Verwundeten Abzeichen in Schwarz-Date unknown
    -Deutsches reichssportabzeichen-Date unknown


    SS-Sturmmann-Date unknown
    SS-Rottenfuhrer-1 Oktober 1942
    SS-Unterscharfuhrer-19 Oktober 1942
    SS-Junker-15 March 1943
    SS-Standartenjunker-1 May 1943
    SS-Standartenoberjunker-15 Juli 1943
    SS-Untersturmfuhrer-1 September 1943

    I can post some more pictures of him if you would like to?

    Kind regards,

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    Many thanks fore the information if you could post more photos that would be great , i'm a researcher of the Narwa Battles so any more info about that would also be appreciated , i take it he was the Nederland Brigade at Narwa ?



  9. #148


    Hello Paul,

    Here you have the pictures of mr.Duiker you requested:

    George and his crew on a T34 ( George on the right )

    George shooting a scoped K98

    George at a field shift

    Meeting with SS-Obersturmbahnfuhrer Kiss ( George 3rd from the right with his hand in the air )

    George after his exam, promoted to SS-Standartenjunker

    George as a SS-Standartenoberjunker

    George on the ski's in Sankt Anton

    George during his time at SS-Junkerschule Tolz

    George during his recovering ''holiday'' 1942

    Heavily packed long distance marches at Heuberg

    George after the war.
    There is only 3 years between these 2 pictures, so you can clearly see how the war has aged him!

    George his brother Wim Duiker, died at the age of only 18 on the 6th of january 1943 at Simowniki.

    These photos are the most interesting ones there are in the book. To answer your other questions i will have to check the book again since it has been quite a while ago since i have read it.

    Kind regards,

  10. #149


    These two just in from Mr Karl Radermacher.

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  11. #150


    Nice stuff guys.
    there was a few I was surprise not to see.

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