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    #16
    [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.

    Greetings,

    Lucius

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      #17
      Russian

      Originally posted by RonR View Post
      ,,,,,
      Interesting photos... The Soviet soldier has his helmet on backwards.
      Michael Baskette
      (Collecting the Red Army of the Great Patriotic War and those who fought against them)

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        #18
        Originally posted by Luciusdegeer View Post
        [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.

        Greetings,

        Lucius
        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".


        Ron : you're killing me

        Regards

        Jan
        'Arzt und Soldat'

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          #19
          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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            #20
            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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              #21
              Those are with my complete medic backpack.

              Here is a part of the label content of the medic backpack.

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                #22
                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!

                Regards

                Jan
                Last edited by Jan B; 01-04-2011, 12:46 PM.
                'Arzt und Soldat'

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                  #23
                  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.

                  Regards

                  Jan
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                  'Arzt und Soldat'

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                    #24
                    Originally posted by RonR View Post
                    Tom

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

                    ..............
                    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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                      #25
                      Originally posted by Wesley's Dad View Post
                      Interesting photos... The Soviet soldier has his helmet on backwards.
                      Yes, but it wasn't a fashion show.

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                        #26
                        Originally posted by uscob View Post
                        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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                        RonR

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                                #30
                                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?

                                Thanks

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