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Old 12-05-2019, 03:14 PM   #16
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I see now how you interpret it. The handwriting is difficult. I might suggest if the SD contacted him that perhaps it would be as an informant given his position in banking, rather than joining the SS/SD though not necessarily the Gestapo.
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Old 12-05-2019, 08:38 PM   #17
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Old 12-06-2019, 05:46 AM   #18
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This man came to the camp after the war. Ordinary bankers don't get caught. Here is another man Schubert Kurt, if correctly understood Obersturmfuhrer SD. In NKVD special camp No. 7 in Oranienburg. He died there.
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Old 12-06-2019, 09:58 AM   #19
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Very interesting items you have Bek

Can you please translate the cyrillic hand writings ?

Thanks for your help
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Old 12-06-2019, 10:20 AM   #20
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The handwritten note in image #7. I don't speak German; this is what I think it says :
I'm uncertain of my reading the word "Unteroffizier"... looks like "Unter..... " to me. I'm not certain if that bottom word fits into his statement, or if it identifies the language of the other text.


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The word at the bottom left is Hildburghausen, his home town.

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This man came to the camp after the war. Ordinary bankers don't get caught. Here is another man Schubert Kurt, if correctly understood Obersturmfuhrer SD. In NKVD special camp No. 7 in Oranienburg. He died there.
He has a May 1945 military government pass in his home town, but the Soviets took over and perhaps he was outed as an SD informant.
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Old 12-06-2019, 10:37 AM   #21
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Surnames: Schubert Name of: Kurt Worded: Berlin Onkensher 2 ( perhaps there not very regarded with read more), Specialty: Chauffeur, place work, office. The driver of the city (Gorlin) Part. NDRSP, Nationality German Arrested 2 November 45 year. further, what I wrote
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Old 12-06-2019, 12:18 PM   #22
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The word at the bottom left is Hildburghausen, his home town.
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Old 12-07-2019, 04:46 PM   #23
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Hi,

the next picture is taken from the highly recommended "Les Français sous le casque allemand" of the late Pierre-Philippe Lambert and Gérard Le Marec (Jacques Grancher, 1994, 3rd volume on the French collaborators), page 199.

It shows the German members and their French auxiliaries of the Sipo-SD at their HQ in the l'Angebardière Castle, located in Vertou, on the South bank of the Sèvre river, in the South-East of Nantes.
After the heavy bombings of fall 1943, the Sipo-SD administration was transfered there.
The (small) castle still exist today and is in private hands.

The picture (courtesy of Jacques Grancher Editions) was taken on June 27, 1944, the day before the Sipo-SD attacked the Saffré maquis.
The boss of this Einsatzkommando was Paul Heimann (in the centre, with the US jacket), which seemed to come from the Sipo-SD of Lyon ?
If this is the same Paul Heimann, this one was awarded the death sentence in the Lyon 1954 trial (changed to life emprisonment).

The Saffré maquis (located 30 km in the North of Nantes) was partly destroyed : 13 KIA, 27 POW killed on June 29, 2 more POW killed in the Nantes prison, and 30 other résistants killed in the next weeks or who didn't survive deportation.

https://www.saffre.fr/le-maquis-de-saffre/

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Old 12-08-2019, 03:34 AM   #24
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Thanks a lot Vince

Keep on guys to post such pics

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Old 12-08-2019, 11:26 AM   #25
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The handwritten note in image #7. I don't speak German; this is what I think it says :
Ich trete den SD bei als Unteroffizier und werk uber dei verganger schwerigen
E. Frank

I join the SD as a non-commissioned officer and work on the past difficult
E. Frank
I'm uncertain of my reading the word "Unteroffizier"... looks like "Unter..... " to me. I'm not certain if that bottom word fits into his statement, or if it identifies the language of the other text.


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It says:

"Ich trete dem SD bei als Mitarbeiter
und werde über die Vorgänge schweigen
E. Frank
Hildburghausen
"

["I join the SD as a Mitarbeiter*
and shall remain silent about the proceedings
E. Frank
Hildburghausen"]

*) Depending on context, Mitarbeiter can mean employee, staff member, colleague, assistant, collaborator etc. Given that he was a bank employee by trade, he could only have been an ehrenamtlicher Mitarbeiter, i.e. a non-salaried volunteer collaborator/informant.

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Old 12-08-2019, 11:41 AM   #26
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Agree with Joe and HPL2008.
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Old 12-09-2019, 12:37 AM   #27
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It says:

"Ich trete dem SD bei als Mitarbeiter
und werde über die Vorgänge schweigen
E. Frank
Hildburghausen
"

["I join the SD as a Mitarbeiter*
and shall remain silent about the proceedings
E. Frank
Hildburghausen"]

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