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  • wilhelm Saris
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    Originally posted by wilhelm Saris View Post
    The plan is in German as this is what my German publisher would like to have.
    But it is not decided yet. The start is anyway in German as I am best in that
    and it is easier, as I cann follow the old publications.
    I am sorting out now hundreds of newspapers for new information or to check
    old information.
    This booklet/flyer is what I am looking for. A copy would be sufficient.
    Who knows who did buy it from a German auction?

    hifszug.jpg

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  • wilhelm Saris
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    Originally posted by squidney86 View Post
    This would be very exciting. Would you do it in English or German? I'd be interested in a copy regardless
    The plan is in German as this is what my German publisher would like to have.
    But it is not decided yet. The start is anyway in German as I am best in that
    and it is easier, as I cann follow the old publications.
    I am sorting out now hundreds of newspapers for new information or to check
    old information.

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  • squidney86
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    Originally posted by wilhelm Saris View Post
    It is a plan. I will combine my material and start writing about it. A smaller booklet is planned to be the result.

    Every viewer/reader of this thread is asked if he is willing to cooperate. If so, please contact me by PM and we possibly may come together!
    When it will be published is not known yet, as this depends on how much work it is gonna be. But if and having cooperated, a free sample of
    printed result is anyway on the list.
    This would be very exciting. Would you do it in English or German? I'd be interested in a copy regardless

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  • wilhelm Saris
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    Originally posted by Mike TM View Post
    Have you seen this book? Was auktioneed last year. I have only seen the cover, but seems great. regards Mike
    Have seen where it was autioned. I think it is largely as the booklet: Der Beamten-Hilfszug Bayern, along with a prospect from Magirus (12 pages in Din A3).

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  • wilhelm Saris
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    Originally posted by wilhelm Saris View Post
    Both special columns are of great interest in the years 1933/1934-1943/1944. Many do not know much about them, but the facts are overwhelming: SA, NSKK, Propagandaleitung, Reichsschatzmeister up to OKH in early war.

    My old research from the years 1996/1997 came out of the drawers again.

    It is a plan. I will combine my material and start writing about it. A smaller booklet is planned to be the result.

    Every viewer/reader of this thread is asked if he is willing to cooperate. If so, please contact me by PM and we possibly may come together!
    When it will be published is not known yet, as this depends on how much work it is gonna be. But if and having cooperated, a free sample of
    printed result is anyway on the list.

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  • Mike TM
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    An original advertising leaflet Magirus (Size DIN A4).

    Regards
    Mike
    Attached Files

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  • wilhelm Saris
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    Originally posted by HPL2008 View Post
    Some great material on this thread, thanks to the contributors! I must say, the HZB is a rather interesting subject.

    Also - all political aspects aside - planning, building and launching a unit of this nature, size and quality in such a short period of time (and with a lot of custom-made vehicles and equipment at that) was a truly impressive achievement.
    I agree. Both special columns are of great interest in the years 1933/1934-1943/1944.
    Many do not know much about them, but the facts are overwhelming: SA, NSKK, Propagandaleitung,
    Reichsschatzmeister up to OKH in early war.

    My old research from the years 1996/1997 came out of the drawers again.

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  • HPL2008
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    Some great material on this thread, thanks to the contributors!

    I must say, the HZB is a rather interesting subject.

    Also - all political aspects aside - planning, building and launching a unit of this nature, size and quality in such a short period of time (and with a lot of custom-made vehicles and equipment at that) was a truly impressive achievement.

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  • wilhelm Saris
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    Originally posted by Mike TM View Post
    The Hiflszug Bayern in Paris. Under the Sacre Coeur.
    The same place, today… Regards
    Mike
    Thanks Mike. Great to know they also were at France. Now I am looking if they even were in my country, the Netherlands.

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  • Reinhard2
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    Both nice pictures !

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  • Mike TM
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    The Hiflszug Bayern in Paris. Under the Sacre Coeur.

    The same place, today...

    Regards
    Mike
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  • wilhelm Saris
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    Originally posted by Mike TM View Post
    Have you seen this book? Was auktioneed last year. I have only seen the cover, but seems great.

    regards
    Mike
    Does anybody know who bought it?

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  • wilhelm Saris
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    Originally posted by Mike TM View Post
    Have you seen this book? Was auktioneed last year. I have only seen the cover, but seems great. regards Mike
    No, I did not see this booklet, but am aware of another smaller booklet about the subject, which is most interesting.
    A pity I missed it, as I have quite some information about both of the organizations. Seidler was the creator.

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  • Mike TM
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    Have you seen this book? Was auktioneed last year. I have only seen the cover, but seems great.

    regards
    Mike
    Attached Files

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  • wilhelm Saris
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    Originally posted by holzwurm_1920 View Post
    Hello, Here are some more pictures from the HZB
    Regards Holzwurm
    Great Holzwurm, thanks for showing. I had seen them in black and white and in a very small size. I Always thought the symbol had red in it and so it is with these photos.

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