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Postwar signed Knight Cross winner Major d. Res. Franz Mader

Postwar signed Knight Cross winner Major d.

Portrait of Hauptmann Werner Ziegler with Knight’s Cross and Oak Leaves as Führer (leader) of 2./Infanterie-Regiment 186 of the 73. Infanterie-Division. He was innovative in the use of tactics and earned the reputation as being the “specialist in the night attack”. Although suffering a wound during the course of an attack against the Soviets, he continued to lead his men with determination and valor. For his actions, he was awarded the Knight’s Cross and later the Oak Leaves.

"Dedicated to all the young men who answered their countries calls but never wanted war.

SS-Obergruppenfhr. u. General d. W-SS Josef Dietrich. Kdr. SS-Inf.R. (mot). “LSSAH”. RK. 4.7.1940. EL (41) 31.12.1941. S. (26) 14.3.1943. Br. (16) 6.8.1944.

R 187 (a) Sepp Dietrich

✠ Hans Freiherr von Wolff (March 19 1903 - 28 June 1944) Died in a field hospital of severe wounds sustained during a training exercise.

✠ Hans Freiherr von Wolff (March 19 1903 - 28 June Died in a field hospital of severe wounds sustained during a training exercise.

SS-Obergruppenführer und General der Waffen-SS Matthias Kleinheiserkamp (1893-1945), Kommandierender General XI. SS-Panzerkorps, Ritterkreuz 31.03.1942, Eichenlaub (871) 09.05.1945

卐 SS-Obergruppenführer und General der Waffen-SS Matthias Kleinheisterkamp

Postwar signed Knight Cross winner OFW. Christian Rossfeld

Postwar signed Knight Cross winner OFW. Christian Rossfeld

SS-Unterscharf. August Zingel. Stosstruppf. en el Kampfgr. “Krauth” del 15./Totenkopf-Inf.Rgt. 1. RK. 4.10.1942.

SS-Untersturmfuhrer August Zingel, belongs to Panzerdivision Totenkopf, he received Knight Cross on 4 October

✠ Wido Tilmann (16.09.1917 – ) RK 22.12.1941 Leutnant d.R. Zugführer i. d. 2./Pi.Btl 297 297. Infanterie – Division

✠ Wido Tilmann – ) RK Leutnant d. Zugführer i.

Helden, der Handwaffen die feindlichen Panzer zerstoert.

Helden, der Handwaffen die feindlichen Panzer zerstoert.

Lieutenant Karl Radermacher, a Wehrmacht war hero poses for a photograph at the Front. Radermacher was a recipient of the highly coveted Knights Cross of the Iron Cross for his selfless bravery in battle.

Karl Radermacher December 1922 - Today) : Awards : Knight cross of the Iron cross. Iron cross first class / second class. Close combat claps in Gold. battles of close combat) Infantry assault badge in Silver. Wounded badge in Silver. German Cross in Gold.

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