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SS Wirtschaftsbetriebe Dachau image?

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    Oh yes - Indiana Jones. What a great epic. My absolute favorite of all film history time.

    A lot has changed on the other side of this fence . . . but some things still remain realtively preserved in time. I once had [quick and limited] access to this building - easily recognized, I'm sure. During that time, I was granted a minor amount of time to explore the surroundings further. Once, not long ago, someone posted photos of a sculpture that, to this day, still rests upon these grounds. If anyone has knowledge for the specific location of this sculpture, in relation to this building, I would greatly appreciate assistance in locating it's whereabouts. On my next visit, with what limited time I expect to have, I hope to finally discover it's location. Thanks in advance for your assistance.
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    Another early image with Eicke greeting new camp inmates. I can only imagine what is going through their minds and what awaits them. In the bottom right it looks like a Stammabteilung member?
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    jHAM,
    Those particular prisoners would have been feeling quite cheery as they are actually being released. It was part of a Christmas amnesty for about 6,000 concentration camp prisoners. That date supplies the answer to your second question. The picture was taken in December 1933 and, as I posted last night, that was the month the white collar patches were introduced for the staff of the Reichsfuehrer-SS.
    I don't have the exact date to hand when the Stammabteilung patches were introduced but it was later than this picture of Eicke.
    Hope this helps,
    d'Alquen

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    Thank you d'Alquen. I had noticed the date and thought it might be the short lived white RFSS staff white collar tabs discussed in the other thread. Thank you for confirming this. I am always very grateful for your insight and contributions.
    Last edited by jHAM; 03-24-2013 at 08:14 AM.

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