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List of Fibels

Post by Nectar » 29 Feb 2004 16:13

A4 Fibel
Adjudantenfibel (Adj. Fi.) (Der Adjütant)
Artilleristenfibel
Aufgaben-Fibel

Deutschland Fibel

Fahrschul Fibel
Fliegerfibel
Flugzeug Fibel (Flu. Fi.)

Gefechtsfibel
Geländefibel (Gel. F.)
Geschichtsfibel

Innendienstfibel (In. Fi.)

Kartenfibel
Kavalleriefibel
Kolonialfibel
Kraftfahrfibel (Kf. F.)
Kraftwagen Kolonnen Fibel (Kw. Ko. Fi.)
Kriegsspielfibel

Lagerfibel
Luftfibel
Luftschutzfibel
Lustige Flieger Fibel

Marine-Geschichtsfibel
M.G.-Fibel
Minenwerferfibel

Nachrichtenfibel
Nachschubfibel

Pantherfibel
Pionierfibel (Pi. F.)

Radfahrfibel
Rassenfibel
Rüstungsfibel

Sandkastenfibel (Sa. Fi.)
Sanitätsfibel
Schiessfibel
Soldatfibel (S. F.)

Taktikfibel
Tarnfibel
Tigerfibel
Turn- und Sport-Fibel (Tu. Fi.)

Uniformfibel
Unterführerfibel
Unterrichtsfibel

Waffenfibel
Wehrmelde-Fibel
Wehrsport-Fibel
Wetterkunde-Fibel
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Post by Germania » 29 Feb 2004 16:24

Pantherfibel but I must say I never see a real one only an reprint but for me it means it still exist in reality!

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Post by sdkfz182 » 02 Mar 2004 17:34

Hi,

There is a Tigerfibel for the Tiger I, but does there also exist one for the Tiger II ?

Regards, Benno

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Post by Nectar » 10 Apr 2004 18:05

Today I've got my new books in the Soldatenfibel and the Adjutantenfibel. It's nice all these books have a different color, guess it would look nice to collect them all.
Most of the books I listed are from the verlag Offene Worte.

The Verlag Offene Worte changed their logo somewhere in the 30's, does anyone knows when this happend?

Why did the abrevation for Fibel change? On the Soldatenfibel it's S.F. and on others it's listed as Fi.

How was the education of a soldier issued, did they receive books from the start? Did they have to buy them theirselfs? (I guess so, because there are a lot of advertisments in the manuals) Did the army barracks had an library where all H. Dv.'s and Fibels were stored? So every Landser could study on their own

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Post by Gregoriwitsch » 23 Apr 2004 19:38

Are there eny pictures of one (or more) of these fibels on the internet? Link?

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Post by Marcus » 25 Apr 2004 10:26

Here is one from my collection.

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Post by Nectar » 26 Apr 2004 17:24

thanks!

Didn't find this anywhere...

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Post by Reader3000 » 26 Apr 2004 18:45

Muhaha, Radfahrfibel, I can't hold my belly for laughing :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Post by Christian Ankerstjerne » 26 Apr 2004 23:33

The Geländefibel is from the same series as the Soldaterfibel, et al.

Panzerass
I fail to see what is funny about Radfahrfibel - a guide in using motorcycles...?

Christian

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Post by Christoph Awender » 26 Apr 2004 23:38

Christian Ankerstjerne wrote:Panzerass
I fail to see what is funny about Radfahrfibel - a guide in using motorcycles...?

Christian


A Fahrrad is a bicycle. So this Fibel teaches you how to ride a bike.
Not so "unfunny" I think. :)

\Christoph

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Post by Christian Ankerstjerne » 27 Apr 2004 00:24

Ah yes, of course :oops: :lol:

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Post by Reader3000 » 27 Apr 2004 10:14

Yes, it is an instruction how to ride a bike. As funny as the instruction how to swim of the modern German Bundeswehr. :lol:

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Post by Nectar » 06 May 2004 13:37

Does anyone ownes the Tarnfibel?

This is a hard one to come by.
I'm on my way to collecting them all.
I hope that some day I will find a original panther, tiger and a4 fibel. That would be nice 8)

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Re: List of Fibels

Post by Valtoro » 09 Dec 2004 21:01

And also the Skifibel, perhaps a "field modification" for the German troops in Norway, they were infamous for their lousy skiing :lol:

What is exactly an A4 fibel, an standard Fibel?? (Or "How to fire a A-4/V-2 rocket"? that would be great :wink: )

Nectar wrote:A4 Fibel
Adjudantenfibel (Adj. Fi.) (Der Adjütant)
Artilleristenfibel
Aufgaben-Fibel

Deutschland Fibel

Fahrschul Fibel
Fliegerfibel
Flugzeug Fibel (Flu. Fi.)

Gefechtsfibel
Geländefibel (Gel. F.)
Geschichtsfibel

Innendienstfibel (In. Fi.)

Kartenfibel
Kavalleriefibel
Kolonialfibel
Kraftfahrfibel (Kf. F.)
Kraftwagen Kolonnen Fibel (Kw. Ko. Fi.)
Kriegsspielfibel

Lagerfibel
Luftfibel
Luftschutzfibel
Lustige Flieger Fibel

Marine-Geschichtsfibel
M.G.-Fibel
Minenwerferfibel

Nachrichtenfibel
Nachschubfibel

Pantherfibel
Pionierfibel (Pi. F.)

Radfahrfibel
Rüstungsfibel

Sandkastenfibel (Sa. Fi.)
Sanitätsfibel
Schiessfibel
Soldatfibel (S. F.)

Taktikfibel
Tarnfibel
Tigerfibel
Turn- und Sport-Fibel (Tu. Fi.)

Uniformfibel
Unterführerfibel
Unterrichtsfibel

Waffenfibel
Wehrmelde-Fibel
Wehrsport-Fibel
Wetterkunde-Fibel

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Tarn Fibel

Post by Valtoro » 09 Dec 2004 22:18

Try abebooks:

http://www.abebooks.co.uk/servlet/BookD ... =165001432

Great source for fibels, bought some through that place :)

/Valtoro.


Nectar wrote:Does anyone ownes the Tarnfibel?

This is a hard one to come by.
I'm on my way to collecting them all.
I hope that some day I will find a original panther, tiger and a4 fibel. That would be nice 8)

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