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  • H BABERT
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    Hi Sergey,
    1939,1940...after ??

    Herlé

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  • Sergey K.
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    Originally posted by H BABERT View Post
    Hello
    there was also a GRIEM Franz, on 10/fjr2...


    Herlé
    Hi Herle, thanks for the info, any date of his duty in fjr2?

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  • H BABERT
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    Hello
    there was also a GRIEM Franz, on 10/fjr2...


    Herlé

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  • GHP
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    Originally posted by Sturm 74 View Post
    I think this means 10 komp. / FJR3..
    Many thanks. Oh .... I forgot to compliment you on the badge.

    — Guy

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  • Sergey K.
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    I think this means 10 komp. / FJR3..

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  • GHP
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    Originally posted by Sturm 74 View Post
    ...Supposedly, member of III./FJR3. Can't find any details about him.
    It looks like the unit designator scratched on the reverse side is 10/3. Would that mean 10th Company, 3rd Regiment? If so, 10th Co would place him as 3rd Bn’s second rifle company? (Companies 4, 8, & 12 as machine gun companies?)

    I forgot how Germans lettered their units ... something like batallions used Roman numerals and companies & regiments used Arabic numbers?

    Thanks,
    — Guy

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  • Sergey K.
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    Originally posted by GHP View Post
    It would be fantastic if this badge did belong to Hans Griem. I hope you are eventually able to solve this mystery. If you do, please PM me to let me know; usually I’m on the Japanese Militatia forum and only occasionally venture into the European Theater.

    — Guy
    Yes, will do when find additional info.

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  • GHP
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    Originally posted by Sturm 74 View Post
    Thanks for this info, the badge 100% dug up in Russia, I just not yet confirmed exact area.. but would be very interesting to know if it's the same guy and he lost his badge here in previous actions.
    It would be fantastic if this badge did belong to Hans Griem. I hope you are eventually able to solve this mystery. If you do, please PM me to let me know; usually I’m on the Japanese Militatia forum and only occasionally venture into the European Theater.

    — Guy

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  • Sergey K.
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    Thanks for this info, the badge 100% dug up in Russia, I just not yet confirmed exact area.. but would be very interesting to know if it's the same guy and he lost his badge here in previous actions.

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  • GHP
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    Originally posted by sniper11 View Post
    That is a great piece of research Guy.

    Troy
    Thanks, I just wonder if it’s the same soldier. The OP thinks the badge was found in Russia. I wonder if Griem is as common as Schmidt???

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  • sniper11
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    Originally posted by GHP View Post
    The only one I could find was a Fallschirm fieldwebel Hans Griem who was KIA in Nijmegen:
    https://www.oorlogsdodennijmegen.nl/...f-13c244ae1e2d

    Hans Griem

    1945-02-00 Frontstadt, February 1945
    February 1945
    Hans Griem was from Krembz. a place in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, close to the Schleswig-Holstein border. Griem belonged to Fallschirmjäger Regiment 32, just like his colleague Josef Englert, who also fell in or near Nijmegen in February '45. Where, how and when exactly is not known.

    Source: www.volksbund.de (nothing); e-mail Richard Schoutissen Nov. 26 2015 with photo
    Name:H. GriemFirst names:HansNickname:HansSex:manNationality:GermanFa ith / denomination:-unknown-Profession:Farmer - Feldwebel FallschirmjägerMarital status:-unknown-Address:unknownResidence:Krembz (D) Date of birth:01-01-1925Date of birth addition:uncertainBirthplace:Waldaschaff (D) Date of death:01-02-1945Date of addition:uncertainPlace of death:NijmegenDeath location:In or near NijmegenCemetery:UnknownDeath condition:killed Event group:Nijmegen frontstadt Event:1945-02-00 Front City, February 1945War category: Soldiers: German

    — Guy
    That is a great piece of research Guy.

    Troy

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  • GHP
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    The only one I could find was a Fallschirm fieldwebel Hans Griem who was KIA in Nijmegen:
    https://www.oorlogsdodennijmegen.nl/...f-13c244ae1e2d

    Hans Griem

    1945-02-00 Frontstadt, February 1945
    February 1945
    Hans Griem was from Krembz. a place in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, close to the Schleswig-Holstein border. Griem belonged to Fallschirmjäger Regiment 32, just like his colleague Josef Englert, who also fell in or near Nijmegen in February '45. Where, how and when exactly is not known.

    Source: www.volksbund.de (nothing); e-mail Richard Schoutissen Nov. 26 2015 with photo
    Name:H. GriemFirst names:HansNickname:HansSex:manNationality:GermanFa ith / denomination:-unknown-Profession:Farmer - Feldwebel FallschirmjägerMarital status:-unknown-Address:unknownResidence:Krembz (D) Date of birth:01-01-1925Date of birth addition:uncertainBirthplace:Waldaschaff (D) Date of death:01-02-1945Date of addition:uncertainPlace of death:NijmegenDeath location:In or near NijmegenCemetery:UnknownDeath condition:killed Event group:Nijmegen frontstadt Event:1945-02-00 Front City, February 1945War category: Soldiers: German

    — Guy
    Last edited by GHP; 10-18-2019, 09:46 AM.

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  • Sergey K.
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    Unfortunately, I havn't info about exact place of found but based on condition can suggest it's from Smolensk region.

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  • Uncle Kurt
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    It is helpful to say where was it dug up?

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  • Sergey K.
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    Originally posted by Nightstalker View Post
    Looks like a genuine Deumer para badge.
    Great find despite it's relic condition.
    I would recommend you to open a file with the Deutsch Dienststelle (WASt)
    and provide them as many details as possible… Name, Regiment, place where badge was found be patience because they reply slowly.
    Thanks for advice but I already tried work with them and like you said they are VERY slowl and even can not respond with details even if you found remnants of the soldiers, so my hope that one has this name among files.
    This badge was battlefield found without any human remnants but I always wanted get info about owner.
    Scratch to the reverse is 10/3 I rather count as 10 komp.of FJR3..but who knows, perhaps something else here.

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