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Any idea who this brigadefuhrer is?
A small notation on reverse is included (I can't read too much of it).
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10th anniversary march.
Who carries the blood flag?

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Small photograph..maybe Coburg. Year unknown

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Beautiful correspondence dated 6/11/1938

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Great photos, but sorry, cannot help with answers

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Originally Posted By: Dean Perdue
Any idea who this brigadefuhrer is?
A small notation on reverse is included (I can't read too much of it).
Check out the skull banner right side.


It´s DEMELHUBER which is prooved through the caption.
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Originally Posted By: Dean Perdue
10th anniversary march.
Who carries the blood flag?


The original bearer of the blood flag has been Heinrich Trambauer. But I do not think this leader resembles Trambauer. I think to remember that there has been a man after Trambauer but cannot remember who it was.
Grimminger, the later and last bearer of the blood flag is (in the photograph) left of the blood flag bearer.
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Originally Posted By: wotan

The original bearer of the blood flag has been Heinrich Trambauer. But I do not think this leader resembles Trambauer. I think to remember that there has been a man after Trambauer but cannot remember who it was.
Grimminger, the later and last bearer of the blood flag is (in the photograph) left of the blood flag bearer.
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Wotan, Interesting information.

If not Trambauer maybe Joseph Berchtold??

I read a bit about Trambauer and he had a rough life.

Posting on page 2 (#311004 - 09/07/15 05:5PM) shows a photo of Grimminger in early style headgear so I thought he carried the flag from a early date.

Post on page 17 (#319568 - 06/23/16 09:22 AM) showing a possibility of one of these 2 officers to the side of Grimminger behind Hitler at a parade.

Wonder who was responsible for the positioning of these personalities at these events and functions.

Thanks for the help and input Tristan and Wotan.




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Unposted Hitler postcard.

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Unknown location.

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Glued to green cardboard. Another unknown location.

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Posted close to date of event with comment writing on front and some Heil Hitler's and signatures on reverse.

Any translation if worthwhile welcome. Thanks

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Unposted

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Swaz foilage photo.
Alb.Lange stamp on reverse. Mounted at one point.

Where did that motorcycle end up?
If still in existence I wonder if the current owner knows where it's been.

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Small bookplate with great detailing under a loupe.

Does anyone have information on 'Dris (Dr.??) Helmuth Keipper' that they would be willing to share.

Is he on any of the service list?

Thank you

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16 martyrs

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Small photo

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Posted in what looks to be 1938.

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Dachau yes?

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Gaspare....thanks.
I took a look at the faint postal cancellation and sure thing it reads Dachau.
I would of missed this if you hadn't mentioned it. Awesome.

Here is a unposted card that's reveres is crammed with neat writing.

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Gau Sachsen sent to Dresden with nice script on reverse.

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Photo postcard. Any reconizable figures besides Hitler??

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Small mounted print. I'm not sure what it's purpose was or why the artist included a olive branch in 1940.
Cool initials(?) to the right of the 9.

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yeah,,1940 with a olive branch! , but the ever present Oaks & Laurel there too wink ... Great prints here too!,,keep 'em coming!!

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A name search on these 2 items led to information posted by Heimatschuss on 26 Mar 2013, 10:10 via Axis History Forum regarding the names...Franz & Ann Vietoris.

Ann was a Frauenschaftsfuhrerin till the end of the war and a daughter of Austrian Feldmarschalleutnant Viktor Severus.

Franz Vietoris was a state prison doctor in Krems-Stein (locked iron bars and keys on art).

According to the information the couple commited suicide in may 1945

No idea why the SA logo appears or what the snakes (very detailed under magnigication) are about.
Any additional info/input,translation, photo, would be great. Thanks



https://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic.php?t=83263&start=60



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Vietoris art 2.

Again by same artist with Franz and Ann Vietoris named.
Maybe a birth announcement??

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Damaged Albert Forster card.. Danzig Gauleiter with 1929 badge.
Posted with corespondence dated March 2, 1936

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I can see why this one placed in a photo competition.
Bigger than a postcard with a non typical Agfa marking.
What a great shot. The only ones not wearing a smile are on crowd control.
Portrait of a man finally realizing his dream.

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Mailed a month after the begining of operation Barbarossa.
Adolf Hitler cuff titles.

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Dean.,,
Yeah,,his dream,,our nightmare.!

The Vietoris Frauenschaftsfuhrerin 2 pieces are Super! The SA/Snakes one is magnificent! Yeah bet the detail up close is really nice. You could probably sell posters of it!!!!!

And White ammo belt boxes and cross strap! GREAATTT! to see that for me!, when I was a teenager I had a gasmask / can with the straps.
The cool thing was,,it was all black, even a black mask inside and black straps all around. In the inside lid it was named to a LAH man. Name, exact unit, an ID[?] number,,maybe his dogtag #..

At first I didn't know much about it. But then a friend showed me a series of photo cards of LAH guys standing on duty and you could see the mask can /straps were all black! Your card looked like one of the series I saw,,,but can't remember exactly,,[it was a few years ago 1974!]..
*Great photos/cards,good to see,,thanks for sharing them with us...,G.

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No. 218...I think the SS Officer to the left is Freiherr von Ebberstein, Munich Chief of Police.

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Tristan-
Thanks a lot for helping out on the ID's.

I would say your right on Freiherr von Ebberstein.
From the little I read he had ties with Heydrich and a interesting nsdap carrer.

Moving on to post a card.
Grimminger looks to be wearing a 1929 RPT badge.
I wonder if these were given out at the actual event and if this particular photograph was taken during that rally.

Also... is his iron cross with ribbon worn in a out of the ordinary way?

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I think he is just wanting it to be seen!
Victor Lutze behind Hitler.

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ccc

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Any ideas on location,timeframe,id's,event?? Thanks

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Sholtz Klink card.

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Looking at the Arrow insignia on the left upper-arm of most (all?) the SA Leaders this is the SA Fuhrerschule. I cannot identify the guy to Hitler's left but that maybe aPLM award he is wearing.

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What is that arrow patch on their left shoulder ? I should know, but I have forgotten if I ever knew it.

I have also seen it on SS officer's uniforms.

Thanks

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Thank you for the starting point Tristan.

I tried getting 2 close ups thinking it may give additional information, but the photos aren't coming out that clear.

Two of the officers have a awrard worn around their neck and the soilder located top center has white collar tabs.

Also some nice looking stained glass in the center..wish I could see the whole thing.

I thought the arrow/ty rune had something to do with recruitment but am not 100% sure.

Any thought if this photo is pre 1/30/1933?

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