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Old 01-04-2011, 09:05 AM   #16
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[So there were tags for the ill, for the wounded... Indicating someone was gas-poisoned was an option that had to be speficy within the wounded tags, right?

There was a special Zettel for those who were affected by gas. Purple colour. Have one boxed up somewhere. I think Emig sold them some years ago.

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Interesting photos... The Soviet soldier has his helmet on backwards.
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Old 01-04-2011, 10:04 AM   #18
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[So there were tags for the ill, for the wounded... Indicating someone was gas-poisoned was an option that had to be speficy within the wounded tags, right?

There was a special Zettel for those who were affected by gas. Purple colour. Have one boxed up somewhere. I think Emig sold them some years ago.

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Thanks for the information, I didn't know that. Although the ill and wounded-tags do have this specification though.

On the other hand, I can believe that a Luftschutz-gastasche for example did had these specific tags. But then these are not strictly military...

Would like to see a picture of such "zettel".


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Old 01-04-2011, 10:16 AM   #19
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Ofcourse there are variations on all of those.
Here is an example of a purple one for gas-attacks etc. (i do NOT own it, found it with google):

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Here are two book full of tags from my collection displayed in a good friend museum.
One for Kampfstoffverletzte.
Other one it's entlauste.
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Old 01-04-2011, 11:52 AM   #21
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Those are with my complete medic backpack.

Here is a part of the label content of the medic backpack.
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Old 01-04-2011, 12:39 PM   #22
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Great guys

so following variations existed :

Kranke
Entlauste
Kampfstoffverletzte
Verwundete

Still, a verwundete-zettel has also the option 'kampfstoffverletzte/Kranke' (at least my block of "Wundzettel"). I find it strange that a seperate booklet was issued for those.


Guess it all has to do with variations...Which makes this stuff so interesting!

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Old 04-11-2012, 05:25 AM   #23
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Beware of below post-war ones.
These are sold for reenactor purposes by Ostfront - and are clearly marked as being postwar too by this dealer!

They should be easy to spot as being marked: anhängezettel für verletzte instead of begleitzettel für verwundete.

Not sure if these post-war ones were also available for (innerliche) Kranke.

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Here is a wartime internet photo of an American Captain who captured one.....

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Isn't the "German" wearing American M43 Field Pants and the Tankers Jacket?
Maybe a Fun Photo. I wouldn't grin that way on my way into a Camp.
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Interesting photos... The Soviet soldier has his helmet on backwards.
Yes, but it wasn't a fashion show.
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Yes, but it wasn't a fashion show.

Nico,

You are sooooo right!

Those photo were part of a series of photos shot by a SS Photagrapher at the Battle o f Ladogasee in July 1943.

Here are more from that series...............


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Sorry to wake up an old thread.

I was wondering were there just the four different medical tag booklets? Or were there others?

Sick
Wound
Gas
Delousing? (all I could find was that or lightly wounded)

Does anyone have a photo of the other side of the entlauste? or just a copy off of one of the other tags?

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