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  • krikke1980
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    As we all know, the insignia of the Totenkopfverbände, is quit complicated and is for many among us quit unlogic.
    I found this interesting text on the internet which gives a better view into their organisation and their used insignia.

    Organisationstructure Totenkopfverbände

    Tabel 1
    SS-Totenkopfverbände in 1936


    Unit: Commander: Concentrationcamp:

    I Totenkopfsturmbann "Oberbayern"
    Otto-Friedrich Augustini
    Dachau

    II Totenkopfsturmbann "Elbe"
    Erwin Reitz
    Lichtenburg

    III Totenkopfsturmbann "Sachsen"
    Max Simon
    Sachsenburg

    IV Totenkopfsturmbann "Ostfriesland"
    Otto Reich
    Esterwegen

    V Totenkopfsturmbann "Brandenburg"
    Michael Lippert
    Oranienburg en Columbia-Haus

    Tabel 2
    SS-Totenkopfverbände in 1937


    Unit: Commander:

    SS-Totenkopfstandarte 1 "Oberbayern"
    Max Simon

    I Totenkopfsturmbann
    Helmut Becker

    II Totenkopfsturmbann
    Eduard Deisenhofer

    III Totenkopfsturmbann
    Heinrich Scheingraber

    SS-Totenkopfstandarte 2 "Brandenburg"
    Otto Reich

    IV Totenkopfsturmbann
    Marcus Habben

    V Totenkopfsturmbann
    Max Gebhardt

    VI Totenkopfsturmbann
    Heinrich Petersen

    SS-Totenkopfstandarte 3 "Thüringen"
    Paul Nostitz

    VII Totenkopfsturmbann
    Heimo Hierthes

    Tabel 3
    SS-Totenkopfverbände in 1938


    Unit: Commander:

    SS-Totenkopfstandarte 1 "Oberbayern"
    Max Simon

    I Totenkopfsturmbann
    Helmut Becker

    II Totenkopfsturmbann
    Eduard Deisenhofer

    III Totenkopfsturmbann
    Karl Künstler

    SS-Totenkopfstandarte 2 "Brandenburg"
    Paul Nostitz
    I Totenkopfsturmbann
    Willi Dusenschön

    II Totenkopfsturmbann
    Heinrich Braun

    III Totenkopfsturmbann
    Heinrich Petersen

    SS-Totenkopfstandarte 3 "Thüringen"
    Paul Nostitz

    I Totenkopfsturmbann
    Walther Bellwidt

    II Totenkopfsturmbann
    Kurt Weisse

    III Totenkopfsturmbann
    Max Gebhardt

    SS-Totenkopfstandarte 4 "Ostmarck"
    Otto Reich

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  • krikke1980
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    He's attached to the staff of the I. Sturmbann of 2.Totenkopf-Regiment Brandenburg.

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  • krikke1980
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    Here's another picture of same tunic from a Brandenburg SS man.
    Note the Roman number 'I', which isn't picked out.
    Imo, the picture that started the topic shows a picked out Roman 'I' aswell.
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  • derek
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    Interestingly, as one of my eagle-eyed colleagues has pointed out, it looks like the number has been picked out and it is just the trace of it that remains. That would probably place the picture at about 1939/1940.
    Derek

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  • C. Betz
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    Information

    Thanks to all who replied.

    Charles Betz

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  • derek
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    No, it is definitely a 5.
    This man is in the second sturmbann (company) of the regiment. At this time his company would have been comprised of four hundertschaften, numbers 5 to 8.
    Derek

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  • papa schulz
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    im ok for brandenburg standarte
    thanks gentlemens

    but we can see a number in the collar tab

    maybe it's not 5 but 3 for the third Hundertschaft
    because each SSTv STANDARTE has 4 Hundertschafts !

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  • derek
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    Has Ian states The shoulderboard does indeed indicate the SS-TV regiment Brandenburg.
    Derek

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  • Ian Hulley
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    Perhaps the straps are from the IInd Totenkopf Standarte 'Brandenburg' ?

    Ian

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  • Obergruppen2
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    Pre-war SS Totenkopfverbande, too many books and so little time but i should find it during the day

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  • C. Betz
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    Picture

    Can't say for sure what unit. Here’s another image with the same insignia being worn. (Angolia, Cloth Insignia of the SS, 2nd Edition, 1989, Pages 190-91.)

    Perhaps someone can identify which branch the B on the strap belongs to. Could not find in Angolia’s book under Waffen-SS or Totenkopverbande.

    Charles Betz
    Attached Files
    Last edited by C. Betz; 12-16-2011, 05:42 AM.

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  • papa schulz
    started a topic Ss tk photo

    Ss tk photo

    HELLO GUYS i need help to identify this TK unity
    with shoulderstaps and collar tab , i dont find her in my books ????
    thanks

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