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Old 06-13-2012, 04:01 AM   #61
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This is my last display, I hope you like it.






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Old 06-13-2012, 04:44 AM   #62
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Bonsoir,
Je vous présente le soldbuch d'un artilleur de marine de la batterie Todt..
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Soldbuch du Hauptgefreiter Kreyenkamp.
1ère batterie de la Marine Artillerie Abteilung 242 (1/M.A.A.242)
Batterie Todt à Haringzelle. (Pas de Calais)

KREYENKAMP Bernhard Cornelius
Né le 31/10/07 à Cologne (Koln)
Matricule : N5591/40E (incorporation dans la Kriegsmarine en 1940, N pour : Nordsee, E pour : service de l'intendance de la Kriegsmarine situé à Kiel).
En couverture du solbuch, son matricule de prisonnier est inscrit : B304434
Sa nouvelle unité de dépôt en 1941 est le M.E.K. Paris (Marine-Einsatz-Kommando Paris) qui l'affecte à l'artillerie côtière.
Le soldbuch a été ouvert le 1er Juin 1941 à la 1ère batterie de la Marine Artillerie Abteilung 242 (1/M.A.A.242)
L’affectation est signée de Gunther commandant la batterie Todt en 1941.
Feldpostnummer (secteurs postaux):
12433 définie : 1.Batterie M.A.A. 242
19089A définie : Stab u. 1. Batterie (= A) Marine-Artillerie-Abteilung 242
Etant incorporé en 1940, le soldbuch est ouvert avec le grade de Marine Artillerie Gefreiter.
Le 1er Avril 42, il est promu au grade de Marine Artillerie Obergefreiter.
Le 1er Avril 44, il est promu au grade de Marine Artillerie Hauptgefreiter.
Page 4 : Il est récipiendaire de l'insigne de l’artillerie côtière (Kriegsabzeichen für die Marineartillerie),
Pages 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11: dotations diverses uniformes,
Pages 8b, 8c : Dotation d'équipements et d’armements.
Pages 12, 13,14 : Remplacement ou pertes d’effets.
Page 15 : Vaccinations.
Pages 16,17 : Visite médicale d'aptitude (ophtalmologique).
Pages 18,19 : Hospitalisations : aucune.
Pages 20,21 : rajouts éventuels.
Page 22 : observations sur l'état dentaire : néant
Entre les pages 22 et 23 : 2 feuillets ont été rajoutés dont un"Merkblatt" en rapport avec les symboles de réglages de tir d’artillerie (souvent vus dans les livrets de l'artillerie côtière.)
Le second servant à comptabiliser des points pour obtenir des effets divers (personnel, ou à offrir) auprès du foyer (voir au revers 4/10/41, il a perçu notamment des Damenschuhe (chaussures pour femme)
Page 27 : Perception de soldes à l'été 44.
Pages 36,37 : permissions de repos en Allemagne, signées en première période par Gunther puis, par Mombert, commandants respectifs de 1941 à 1944 de la batterie Todt.
Le 29 Septembre 1944, Hauptgefreiter Kreyenkamp, ainsi que toute la garnison de la batterie Todt sera fait prisonnier par les troupes canadiennes.
Il ne sera libéré qu’en 1947….

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Old 06-13-2012, 05:46 AM   #63
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amazing !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 06-14-2012, 03:21 PM   #64
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I agree, amazing thread, nice tunics, nice caps and nice soldbuch !
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Old 06-15-2012, 02:55 PM   #65
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Small display with M35 KM helmet, french made breast eagle and soldbuch of an M.A.Obermaat from Festung St Nazaire, 3/M.A.A. 280 – M.K.B. "Behncke" at Fort de L’Eve.

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Old 06-15-2012, 03:33 PM   #66
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My last display, a KK light tunic, probably made in Holland of Belgium by the cloth, wearing a KA officer M43, two rare and very nice pieces, I hope you like them.
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Old 06-15-2012, 11:34 PM   #67
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Along the theme of Dmitri's M35 helmet photo, here's also a photo of a squad of young recruits in basic training in Stralsund in 1936 showing these helmets in wear (including my Dad among them).

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Old 06-16-2012, 12:06 AM   #68
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Hello Norm, interesting picture, thanks for sharing.

They don't wear M35 helmets but old M16 ones.
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Old 06-16-2012, 08:32 AM   #69
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Hello Norm, interesting picture, thanks for sharing.

They don't wear M35 helmets but old M16 ones.
Hi Dmitri,

Thanks for that info. Very interesting. I had noticed from my Dad's photos of his basic training in the 3rd Schiffsstammabteilung in Stralsund in 1936 that much of the land-based equipment and uniforms seemed to be older leftovers rather than new issue. You'll notice that the field grey uniforms don't even have the national symbol breast eagle on them. In contrast their blue uniforms were up to date.

So on these M16 helmets in the photo, what decals do you suppose are on them?

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Old 06-16-2012, 09:45 AM   #70
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Here is another nice Coastal artillery item. S&L set
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Old 06-16-2012, 09:46 AM   #71
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Old 06-16-2012, 10:19 AM   #72
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Here is another nice Coastal artillery item. S&L set
Hi René,

That's a wonderful set! Did they come together? Any story behind its origin?

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Old 06-16-2012, 12:07 PM   #73
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Sorry Norm, no story and the set is matched with a S&L badge.
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Old 06-17-2012, 01:52 PM   #74
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My last display, a KK light tunic, probably made in Holland of Belgium by the cloth, wearing a KA officer M43, two rare and very nice pieces, I hope you like them.

Beautiful display, I love that tunic. Quite rare m43 officer cap.
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Old 07-21-2012, 05:12 AM   #75
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German ww2 coastal artillery is my main collecting area. So this 57er piece has 'a kind of relation' with it.
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