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Infos on FMS serie D

Post by diciassette2000 » 25 Dec 2019 11:50

Hi
I have been a historical researcher for many years and I am part of a large group of researchers who mainly deals with the countryside of Africa and Italy. I would like to know if among you there is someone who owns files of the D Foreign Military Studies series and more precisely the following titles or would be able to tell me if it is possible to find them on the web in some site.
Thanks in advance
The files of interest are the following
Series D FMS
D-Series
D-005
Fortress Tunis (1-11 May 1943).
D-006
Africa Corps (28 Apr-30 Sep 1941).
D-007
104th Motorized Infantry Regiment 1941).
D-009
Panzer Group Africa Engineer (26 Aug-Sep 1941).
D-012
Panzer Army Africa (Decision to Occupy Mareth Line-13 Jan 1943).
D-014
362d Infantry Division (Nov 1943-Jan 1944).
D-021
15th Panzer Grenadier Regiment (3 Sep 1943).
D-023
15th Panzer Grenadier Regiment (18-23 Jul 1943).
D-030
Siege of Tobruk (Jun-Oct 1941).
D-032
Italian 2d Division "Littorio" (Nov 1943-1945).
D-041
29th Panzer Grenadier Division (Jun-Jul 1943).
D-043
15th Panzer Division (15-17 Jun 1941).
D-051
Staff Libya (Jul-Aug 1941).
D-062
Siege of Tobruk (Oct 1941).
D-081
104th Rifle Regiment (Jun 1942).
D-083
15th Panzer Division (Aug-Sep 1942).
D-087
15th Panzer Division (30 Apr-1 1941).
D-088
5th Panzer Regiment (13-14 Apr 1941).
D-104
90th Light Africa Division (Apr-Sep 1942).
D-105
21st Panzer Division (Dec 1941-Feb 1942).
D-108
362d infantry Division (Jan-Feb 1944).
D-112
29th Panzer Grenadier Division, Sicily (1943).
D-114
Fifth Panzer Regiment (15-18 Jun 1941).
D-117
Tenth Army, Italy (Aug 1943).
D-118
15th Panzer Division (Spring 1942
D-119
Africa Corps (30 Aug-6 Sep 1942).
D-121
15th Panzer Division (15-17 Jan 1941).
D-122
164th Light Africa Division (Feb-May 1943).
D-123
The Luftwaffe in Libya and Cyrenaica (Oct-Nov 1942
D-142
5th Panzer Regiment (Jul 1942).
D-143
5th Panzer Regiment (26 May-15 Jun 1942).
D-144
5th Panzer Regiment (16-21 June 1942).
D-146
334th Infantry Division (26 Apr-9 May -- 1943).
D-148
5th Panzer Regiment (Feb-26 May 1942).
D-149
104th Rifle Regiment (Jul 1941).
D-150
Defense of the Ligurian Coast.
D-164
German-Italian Panzer Army (Nov 1942).
D-165
German-Italian Panzer Army (Sep-lov 1942).
D-168
100th Mountain Infantry Regiment (22 Dec 1943-9 Jan 1944).
D-171
Panzer Army Africa (Aug 1942).
D-180
21st Panzer Division (19 Jan-9 Feb 1942).
D-194
232d Infantry Division.
D-195
145th Infantry Regiment.
D-197
305th Infantry Division (5 Oct-24 Dec 1943.)
D-198
362d Infantry Division (29 Feb-2 Mar 1944).
D-199
1st Parachute Regiment (21 Sept 1943).
D-200
741st Jaeger Regiment (Feb-20 1944).
D-201
741st Jaeger Regiment (Jui 1944).
D-202
5th Mountain Division (1945).
D-203
100th Mountain Infantry Regiment (Dec 1943-Feb 1944).
D-205
145th Infantry Regiment (Jan-Mar 1944).
D-206
232d Infantry Division (Sep-Oct 1944).
D-210
577th Grenadier Regiment (Oct-Nov 1943).
D-212
Gazala Line (May-June 1941).
D-214
"Brescia" Italian Division (April 1941).
D-218
Africa Corps (26 Dec 1942-Feb 1943).
D-219
Halfaya Pass.
D-220
741st Rifle Regiment (Aug 1943-Feb 1944).
D-229
293d Infantry Division (11 Jul-18 1943).
D-305
164th Infantry Division (Jun-Jul 1942).
D-306
164th Light Africa Division (13-28 1943).
D-307
Panzer Attack on Tobruk (20-21 Jun 1942).
D-310
10th Panzer Division (Nov 1942-Jan 1943).
D-311
15th Panzer Division (28 Apr-7 May 1941).
D-317
26th Panzer Division (23 Jan-1 Apr 1944).
D-318
The Rescue of Mussolini.
D-319
OB West Strength (4 Sep 1944).
D-320
OB West Strength (1 Sep 1944).
D-321
OB West Strength (Sep 1944) (Comment on MS #D-310).
D-323
5th Parachute Regiment (Nov 1942-. Jan 1943).
D-324
XLVII Panzer Corps.
D-328
3d Panzer Grenadier Division.
D-331
709th Division (6-12 Jun 1944).
D-333
Navy Group West (Jun 1944
D-335
Allied Offensive in Italy (May 1944).
D-341
Allied Landing, North Africa.
D-343
North African Campaign (1941). D-348
D-349
Withdrawal from Cyrenaica (1941
D-350
Attack Group Kirchheim (1941).
D-351
Marsa el Brega (1942).
D-352 D-353 D-354
29th Panzer Grenadier Division in Italy.
D-355
42d Jaeger Division Italy (Sep-Oct 1944).
D-356
94th Division in Italy (1944-45).
D-357
362d Infantry Division, Italy (1944).
D-358
162d (Turkmanian) Division, Italy (1944).
D-359
Naval Command South (1945).
D-360
34th Infantry Division in Italy.
D-361
356th Infantry Division in Italy (May 1943-Dec 1944).
D-381
94th Infantry Division (1944) and 44th Infantry Division (1944-45) Italy.
D-392
Seventh Army (August 1941). Author unknown. Not available in USAREUR.)
All the best
Maurizio

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Re: Infos on FMS serie D

Post by Mori » 25 Dec 2019 16:57

Hello,

Many of them are on fold3.com. The 1st week is free, so that you can check what they really have.

Besides, many of these are also available by contributors of the site, if you don't get them from fold3.com. (email me).

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Re: Infos on FMS serie D

Post by diciassette2000 » 25 Dec 2019 19:08

My friend Enrico wrote you but you didn't answer .....
All the best
Maurizio

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Re: Infos on FMS serie D

Post by Mori » 25 Dec 2019 20:17

diciassette2000 wrote:
25 Dec 2019 19:08
My friend Enrico wrote you but you didn't answer .....
Your friend Enrico wrote me on Monday, less than 48h ago. Do you happen to read his mailbox, by the way?

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Re: Infos on FMS serie D

Post by diciassette2000 » 25 Dec 2019 21:00

Hello
We wrote a reciprocal email a little while ago and Enrico told me that your answer was received 30 minutes ago ....... maybe it's the power of the Italian lines that makes itself felt ....... anyway will answer now ...... the question remains if you know if there is someone who owns the D series files that I have listed ......
anyway thankyou very much for the answer.....
All the best
Maurizio

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Re: Infos on FMS serie D

Post by steve248 » 28 Feb 2020 15:33

Going off at a tangent, have you considered the British interrogations of Italian prisoners in North Africa and available at UK National Archives. Several hundred if remembered correctly.

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