Sterbebilder

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Daniel L
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Sterbebilder

Post by Daniel L » 25 Nov 2003 19:58

Here's two sterbebilder from my collection. Erich Leidner was a sniper who died on the eastern front. Max Sedlmeier was a stabsgefreiter in a sniper unit, he died in Kurland.

Anyone else who have interesting sterbebilder to share?

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Post by Peter » 25 Nov 2003 21:02

Hi Daniel
I have sent you 4 from my collection, thanks for posting them for me

Pete

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Post by Daniel L » 26 Nov 2003 20:22

For Pete.

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Post by Daniel L » 26 Nov 2003 20:31

More.

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Post by Peter » 26 Nov 2003 20:33

Thanks Daniel for posting these for me

The Nahkampfspange Gold photo is Adalbert SAILER who had NKS in Gold awarded 21 Feb 44 as Ogefr Gren Regt 62

Killed 23 Jul 44 in the East as Uffz.

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Post by Peter » 26 Nov 2003 20:34

The older Schlitt brother was Stabsfeldwebel aboard BISMARCK

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Post by _The_General_ » 26 Nov 2003 20:35

very nice to see some dutch ones in there, do you know what the say in dutch? i can translate for you if you want

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Re: Sterbebilder

Post by Kaitus » 08 Oct 2019 20:58

hello daniel l,

I became aware of this forum through a research, because my great-grandfather is named here. Do you have further information about Erich Leidner? Would it be possible to get a digital copy without a watermark?
I would be very pleased about an answer.

Best regards
Kaitus

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Re: Sterbebilder

Post by freight » 22 Oct 2019 07:42

I’ve got a number of Stalingrad death cards, if anyone cares to see them I’ll scan them and post them :)

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Re: Sterbebilder

Post by eindhoven » 22 Oct 2019 22:06

SS-Unterscharführer Joseph Grimminger, holder of the Iron Cross 2nd Class, the Panzer Assault Badge, and Wound Badge was born on 11th of May 1923 and after 3 1/2 years of frontline combat fell in battle South of St. Vith on 27 January 1945. He was 22 years old.
Uscha Joseph Grimminger 27 JAN 45 St-Vith kopie.jpg
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Re: Sterbebilder

Post by hucks216 » 23 Oct 2019 08:35

freight wrote:
22 Oct 2019 07:42
I’ve got a number of Stalingrad death cards, if anyone cares to see them I’ll scan them and post them :)
It would be good to see them.

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Re: Sterbebilder

Post by history1 » 30 Oct 2019 18:01

Stalingrad is sure interesting as many died there from my area. Hence, freight, don´t hesitate to share them with us.
Thanks in advance!

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