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Article about: These female RadwJ are up for purchase.. I, based on research and former threads believe these are genuine and would like a second opinion.. III may be linked to Mecklenburg, Hanna Trendtel

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    Darin,
    maybe it helps with your knowledge on behalf of the RAD and their females.

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    As always, thanks to Wim for providing us with period documentation.


    Note how the three leaders mentioned above are listed in these tables and how the designations have changed:


    Lotte Hornung:
    • 1934 - Miss Hornung, Landesstellenleiterin of Landesstelle Hessen
    • 1940 - Miss L. Hornung, Bezirksführerin of Bezirk 11 Hessen
    • 1941 - Stabshauptführerin Lotte Hornung, Bezirksführerin of Bezirk XI Hessen


    Hanna Trendtel (née Wolf):
    • 1934 - Miss Hanna Wolf, Landesstellenleiterin of Landesstelle Nordmark
    • 1940 - Mrs. Trendel (sic!), Bezirksführerin of Bezirk 3 Mecklenburg
    • 1941 - Stabshauptführerin Hanna Trendtel, Bezirksführerin of Bezirk III Mecklenburg


    Olga Wolter:
    • 1934 - Miss Olga Wolter, Landesstellenleiterin of Landesstelle Schlesien
    • 1940 - Miss O. Wolter, Bezirksführerin of Bezirk 5 Schlesien-Mähren
    • 1941 - Stabshauptführerin Olga Wolter, Bezirksführerin of Bezirk V Schlesien-Mähren

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    Quote by Wilhelm Saris View Post
    Darin,
    maybe it helps with your knowledge on behalf of the RAD and their females.
    Wilhelm Saris, thank you very much for your input.
    i am trying.
    There is SO much to learn.
    And I appreciate your help.

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    Pardon me, but whats " Landesstelle"?
    I'm thinking that "Bezirksführerin", means commander??
    "Stabshauptführerin", this is a rank?

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    And again, thank you everyone for the knowledge.
    I love this forum.

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    Quote by Darin Zeigler View Post
    Pardon me, but whats " Landesstelle"?
    It literally translates as "State Agency". The RADwJ was divided into Landesstellenbezirke [state agency districts], later shortened to simply Bezirke [districts]

    Quote by Darin Zeigler View Post
    I'm thinking that "Bezirksführerin", means commander??
    Yes. It literally means "District Leader".

    Quote by Darin Zeigler View Post
    "Stabshauptführerin", this is a rank?
    Yes. See Wim's rank chart in post # 9.

    These women held the duty position of Bezirksführerin and the rank of Stabshauptführerin.

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    Excellent, thank you for the reply HPL. I do appreciate it.

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