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Kriegsmarine Admirals ID thread and private collection photos Database

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    Admiral z.V. Gottfried Hansen (left), Head of the Instruction Staff for Luftwaffe Matters (17 November 1941-18 June 1943) next to the ferry at Vlissingen, the Netherlands, date unknown.

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    Vizeadmiral Hans Stohwasser, Commander of Security of the Baltic Sea (14 October 1940-07 June 1944). He was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross on 30 November 1940.

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    Portrait of Admiral Karlgeorg Schuster, Commander-in-Chief of the Naval-Group-Command South (30 June 1941-20 March 1943). The Breast Star he is wearing is the Grand Cross of the Royal Bulgarian Order of Military Merit with War Decoration.

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    Astounding collection and archive !
    I'd rather be A "RaD Man than a Mad Man "

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    Quote by Gwar View Post
    Astounding collection and archive !
    Thank you. I can say the same about your collection of RAD General photos.

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    Admiral Karlgeorg Schuster (right) is greeted by Bulgarian army officers upon his arrival in Sofia to assume the duties of Admiral „Z“, possibly March 1941. The office of Admiral „Z“ was set up on 24 February 1941 and it was eventually responsible for the Balkans, the Black Sea, the Aegean and the Adriatic. On 4 April 1941 it was renamed to Admiral South-East and on 30 June 1941 to Naval-Group-Command South.
    The Bulgarian officer second from the left is General-leytenant (Lieutenant General) Nikola Totev Markov, Inspector of Infantry (1938-1941).

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    German and Bulgarian officers in Sofia, possibly March 1941.
    1: Kapitän zur See Hellmuth Heye, Chief of Staff of the Admiral „Z“ (14 February 1941-03 April 1941)
    2: General-leytenant (Lieutenant General) Nikola Totev Markov, Inspector of the Infantry of the Bulgarian Army (1938-11 August 1941)
    3: Admiral Karlgeorg Schuster, Admiral „Z“ (04 March 1941-03 April 1941)
    4: Herbert Freiherr von Richthofen, German Ambassador to Bulgaria (1939–1941)
    5: General-leytenant (Lieutenant General) Nikola Petkov Hadzhipetkov, Chief of Staff of the Bulgarian Army (10 December 1938-11 August 1941)
    6: Oberst Hans Bruckmann, German Military Attaché in Sofia (01 November 1937-19 December 1942)
    7: Oberstleutnant Carl-August von Schoenebeck, Military Advisor and Air-Attaché at the German Embassy in Sofia, at the same time Chief of the Luftwaffe-Mission in Bulgaria (01 September 1939-06 September 1944)

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    Admiral Karlgeorg Schuster, Commander-in-Chief of the Naval-Group-Command South (30 June 1941-20 March 1943), in Sofia, Bulgaria, 1941/1942.

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    Medal award ceremony in Sofia, Bulgaria, 1941/1942.
    First from the left is Kapitän zur See Hellmuth Heye, Chief of Staff of the Naval-Group-Command South (30 June 1941-14 September 1942).
    In the middle is Admiral Karlgeorg Schuster, Commander-in-Chief of the Naval-Group-Command South (30 June 1941-20 March 1943).

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    Thank you moderators/admins for making my thread a sticky thread!

    Contrammiraglio (Rear Admiral) Carlo de Angelis Charet de La Fremoire (number 3), the Italian Naval Attaché in Berlin, greets Kriegsmarine officers on board the Heavy Cruiser „Prinz Eugen“, 22 November 1942.
    The purpose of his visit was to return the bell of the Austro-Hungarian Battleship SMS „Tegetthoff“ on behalf of the Italian Government. The German Heavy Cruiser „Prinz Eugen“ was originally to be named after Wilhelm von Tegetthoff, the Austrian victor of the Battle of Lissa, though considerations over the possible insult to Italy, defeated by Tegetthoff at Lissa, led the Kriegsmarine to adopt Prinz Eugen as the ship's namesake. That's why, in reference to her originally planned name, the ship's bell from the Austro-Hungarian Battleship SMS „Tegetthoff“ was presented to the crew of the „Prinz Eugen“ on 22 November 1942 by Contrammiraglio de Angelis.
    The rest of the retinue includes:
    1: Vizeadmiral Friedrich Götting, Coastal-Commander Eastern Baltic Sea, and at the same time Fortress-Commandant of Gotenhafen (01 September 1942-28 February 1943)
    2: Retired Austro-Hungarian k.u.k. Konteradmiral Johann Graf von Firmian, the Commandant of the Austro-Hungarian Battleship SMS „Prinz Eugen“ (sister-ship to „Tegetthoff“) from 09 April 1914 until 07 April 1917.
    4: Kapitän zur See Hans-Erich Voß, Commandant of the Heavy Cruiser „Prinz Eugen“ (05 October 1942-28 February 1943)

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