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Post by Leerhöy » Thu Aug 23, 2012 1:33 am

I just finished a transaction with "Werter" - Ivan - and I have been satisfied with the proceedings. Very good communication - very good service - very quick response. Rolls were ready for download within minutes after my payment had gone through. Recommendable source.

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Thanks Kim for your good reference!

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XVI. Armeekorps (mot.) / Generalkommando z.b.V. Kleffel

T314 R571
Index:
Ia, Anlagen z. KTB 4, Gefechts- u. Erfahrungsberichte. Combat and experience reports pertaining to the corps campaign in France.
Sep 2 - Dec 1, 1940
Ia, Kriegstagebuch 1. War journal covering daily activities and operations during the defense of Siauliai (Lithuania) and Jelgava (Mitau), and the continued retreat of German units via Bauska and along the Musa River.
Jul 13 - Oct 15, 1944
Ia, Anlage 1 z. KTB 1. Information on tactical operations along the Sventoji River, at New;}cry, Ponemunek, and Rakishki (Lithuania).
Jul 13 - 24, 1944
la, Anlage 2 z. KTB 1. Tactical information on operations at Siauliai, Jelgava, Bauska, and the Musa River (Lithuania).
Jul 24 - 31, 1944
Ia, Anlage 3 z. KTB 1, Tactical information on military operations east of Jelgava, the Lielupe River, Siauliai, and Zagare.
Jul 31 - Aug 25, 1944
Ia, Anlage 4 z. KTB 1. Tactical information on Operation "Dora" (blocking of railroad bridges at Aki and Ozoli), and continuous German defensive actions against the Russian advance toward the Baltic Sea.
Aug 26 - Oct 15, 1944
Ia, Sonderakte "Riga". Report by Festungskommandant Riga on available equipment and weapons, city and port fortifications, coastal emplacements, troop training, location of antiaircraft batteries and search light battalions including army directives and orders for the defense of the city.
Jul 13 - Oct 15, 1944
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Panzer-Armeeoberkommando 1

T313 R61
Index:
Ia, Anlagen z. KTB Nr. 11. Karten, Situation maps (1:300000) showing German and enemy positions and fortification lines during the Russian offensive in the Donez area.
May 1 - Aug 31, 1943
Ia, Anlagen (Nachtrage) z. KTB Nr. 9 u. 10. Operational orders and reports, material concerning unit reorganization and replacement of equipment, and maps.
Jan 1 - Apr 30, 1943
Ia, Kriegstagebuch Nr. 12. War diary covering the military operations on the Dnieper River front.
Sep 1 - Dec 31, 1943
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2. SS-Panzerdivision "Das Reich"

T354 R126
Index:
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB der Flak Abteilung SS Panzer Division "Das Reich". Daily messages, orders, and sketches pertaining to defensive and assault operations in the Khodorov and Rzhishchev areas northeast of Kagarlyk, 21 Oct - 5 Nov; redesigantion as the 2.SS Panzer Division "Das Reich," 1 Nov 1943; movement to and securing the Kagarlyk, Belaya Tserkov, and Ol'shanskaya Novoselitsa areas, 5 - 12 Nov; evacuation of Belaya Tserkov, 13 Nov; withdrawal movements in the Fastov and Zhitomir areas, 4 - 19 Nov; and defensive and assault operations in the Kocherovo area west of Kiev, 19 - 22 Nov 1943. Periodic antiaircraf t situation and status reports, training directives, and data on enemy operations and losses.
1943/10/21 - 1943/11/22
IIb, Personalangelegenheiten. Lists and correspondence on SS personnel.
1942/05/18 - 1943/12/12
Ia, Ic, IIa, Allgemein. Instructions and directives concerning reporting procedures, combat training, and counterintelligence activity; reports regarding disciplinary matters; and orders relating to defense against an Allied invasion, 3 Jun, and movement to Gourfaleur north of Saint-Martin, France, 23 Jun 1944.
1943/11/06 - 1944/11/24
Waffenhestandsmeldungen. Inventories of ammunition on hand and requisitions of weapons and equipment.
1944/03/26 - 1944/08/11
Ia, IIa/b Regimentsbefehle. Orders relating to training, clothinq, accidents, and personnel matters.
1944/01/14 - 1944/06/02
IIa/b, E.K. Verleihungslisten. Lists of SS personnel granted decorations.
1942/05/08 - 1944/05/20
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB der Flak Abteilung SS Panzer Grenadier Division "Das Reich". Daily messages, orders, and sketches pertaining to disengagement movements across the Vorskla River in the Poltava and Kremenchug areas and across the Dnieper River, 17 - 24 Sep; defense of the Dnieper River positions in the Rzhishchev area, 25 - 29 Sep; and destruction of the enemy bridgehead in the Grebeni area, 30 Sep - 1 Oct 1943. A directive concerning evacuation of the civilian population and the destruction of enemy property during disengagement movements, periodic status reports, and data on enemy operations. (Item number 78008/22 was filmed on frame Nos. 375050-3765402 which are out of sequence. Thus frames 3760590 on roll 125 and 3765049 are consecutive, as are 3765402 and 3760593.)
1943/09/16 - 1943/10/01


T354 R128
Index:
Verlustmeldungen, Personalangelegenheiten. Casualty reports, correspondence relating to personnel matters, and receipts for material and eguipraent issued.
1942/06/01 - 1944/07/29
Ia, Befehle. Orders and reports pertaining to training and preparation for combat action, 18 Feb and 8 Mar, and air raid defense in the Chevry area south of Caen, 21 Jun; weekly training schedule from 17 to 23 Apr; an afteraction report of Gem.Pz.-Kp."DR," 4 - 13 Mar; OKW communique relating to the attempt to assassinate Hitler, 21 Jul 1944; and an intelligence bulletin.
1944/02/18 - 1944/07/21
Ia, Vernichtungsverhandlungen SS Panzer Grenadier Regiment 4 "Der Fuehrer". Orders and lists pertaining to the destruction of classified material, 20 - 22 Jun 1941, 14 - 25 Aug and 2 Oct - 16 Dec 1942, and 31 Mar - 24 Jun 1944.
1941/06/20 - 1944/06/24
IIb, Monatliche Staerkemeldungen des SS Panzer Grenadier Regiment 4 "Der Fuehrer". Monthly strength reports and organizational breakdown.
1944/03/15 - 1944/06/22
Ia, Ib, V, Befehle der SS Sturmgeschuetz Abteilung "Das Reich". Orders relating to administrative, supply, motor pool, and transportation operations.
1944/02/17 - 1944/06/13
IIa/b, Personalangelegenheiten des 9./SS Panzer Grenadier Regiment 4 "Der Fuehrer". Lists of SS personnel granted decorations.
1941/10/01 - 1944/07/16
IIb, Veraenderungsmeldungen der Erkennungsmarken des 9./SS Panzer Grenadier Regiment 4 "Der Fuehrer". Lists of changes in designation of reporting units of SS personnel.
1944/06/07 - 1944/06/07
Ia, Befehle der SS Panzer Division "Das Reich". Orders relating to the formation of an antiaircraft unit, 10 May; operations against French resistance movement in the Clermont-Ferrand areas, 9 Jun; assembly in the Limoges area, 11 Jun; reorganization of Waffen SS divisions to be effective 1 Jul; and a report concerning the attempt on Hitler's life, 21 Jul 1944.
1944/05/10 - 1944/07/21
Befehle des SS Panzer Pionier Bataillon 2 "Das Reich". Orders relating to training , 22 Apr - 29 May and antiaircraft defense, 31 May, and inventories of ammunition expended and loss of equipment and ammunition, 17 - 18 Jun 1944.
1944/04/22 - 1944/06/18
IIa/b, Personalangelegenheiten des SS Panzer Grenadier Regiment 4 "Der Fuehrer". Reports and lists pertaining to proposed for and granted decorations for SS personnel.
1941/08/09 - 1944/07/26
IIb, Personalangelegenheiten. Orders and reports concerning personnel matters.
1944/03/22 - 1944/07/25
Ia, IIa/b, Personalangelegenheiten und Nachforschungen. Reports and lists pertaining to personnel, disciplinary, and administrative matters. (Frames 3765048 and 3765402 are consecutive.)
1942/09/28 - 1944/07/16
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XXXVIII.Armeekorps

T314 R919
Index:
Ia, Anlagenband IIc z. KTB 1, Taktische Befehle. Orders relating to the withdrawal through the Baltic countries.
Sep 21 - Oct 15, 1944
Ia, Anlagenband III z. KTB 1, Wochenzustandsmeldungen, Starkemeldungen, Pakaufstellungen. Reports received from subordinate units relating to combat strength, combat readiness, and guns and other weapons on hand.
Jul 16 - Oct 15, 1944
la, Anlagenband IV z. KTB 1, Tagesmeldungen, Luftaufklarungen. Daily operations and aerial reconnaissance reports.
Jul 16 - Oct 15, 1944
Ia, Anlagenband V z. KTB 1, Stellungsbau. Orders and reports on the construction and maintenance of field fortifications with maps (1:50000 and 1:100000) and a number of sketches.
Jul 27 - Oct 4, 1944
Ia, Anlagenband VI z. KTB 1, Artilleriegliederungen, Truppeneinteilungen. Charts showing order of battle of artillery units and data on organization, strength, and assignments of other Corps elements.
Jul 19 - Oct 14, 1944



XXXXIII.Armeekorps

T314 R1016
Index:
Ia, Anlagenband X z. KTB, Erfahrungsberichte. Reports on experience gained from the battles at Kharkov and Kerch, the attack on Sevastopol, antitank warfare, and the execution of Operation "Hannover." Also, tactics in antitank warfare.
May 19 - Nov 28, 1942
Ia, Anlagenband XI z. KTB, Auszug aus KTB 1941/1942. Excerpts of a war journal dated 1941-42 summarizing the Corps' summer and winter campaign against Russia.
Mar 10, 1941 - Feb 28, 1942
Ia, Kriegstagebuch. War journal of the XLIII. Korps Operations Branch kept while the Corps was subordinate to AOK 16, containing brief summaries of combat operations, artillery and air activities, assignment and transfer of units, and weather conditions. During this period the Corps engaged in successive withdrawals to the Luchs and Barbarossa positions south of Novosokolniki, and subsequently to the Panther line in the Pustoshka area.
Jan 1 - Mar 15, 1944
Ia, Anlagenband 33 z. KTB. Orders of the Corps and AOK l6 and reports of subordinate units concerning operations along the Novosokolniki-Pustoshka rail line to prevent a Russian breakthrough, and withdrawal to the Luchs and Barbarossa lines including intelligence reports on enemy activity, and reports or the disengagement of the 69. Division.
Jan 1 - 31, 1944
Ia, Anlagenband 34 z. KTB. Orders of the Corps and AOK 16 covering the withdrawal of units to the Panther line, instructions on scorched earth policy on abandoned stretches of the Novosokolniki-Pustoshka rail line, intelligence reports on enemy troop movements, and teletype reports on the withdrawal from positions northwest of Novosokolniki.
Feb 1 - 29, 1944
Ia, Anlagenband 35 z. KTB. Orders of the Corps and AOK 16 for continued strengthening of Panther line fortifications, measures for antipartisan warfare, and re-grouping of units in the new positions, running from north to south just west of Pustoshka.
Mar 1 - 15, 1944
Ia, Anlagen z. KTB, Tagesmeldungen. Daily operations reports and reports on casualties, prisoners of war, and the weather covering the period of withdrawal from Novosokolniki and from the Luchs to the Panther line.
Jan 1 - Mar 8, 1944
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I. Armeekorps

T314 R49
Index:
Fuhrungsabteilung, Kriegstagebuch, Band 2. Continuation of Item No. 25128/1, concerning enemy and own activities.
July - Sep. 1942
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Eingegangene Befehle. Folder containing orders, reports and messages from 18th Army Hq. pertaining to the mission of taking up new defense positions.
Feb. - April 1942
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Eingegangene Befehle. Continuation of Item No. 25128/3. Included is a special directive of the 18th Army pertaining to operational plans for the forthcoming summer and fall.
May - June 1942
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Eingegangene Befehle. Continuation of Item No. 25128/3, dealing with the preparations of offensive and defensive actions along the Volkhov river.
June - July 1942[/i]
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Eingegangene Befehle. Continuation of Item No. 25128/5.
Aug. - Sep. 1942
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Korpsbefehle. Folder containing corps orders, directives, charts, and overlays pertaining to the conduct of battle against enemy forces.
April - Sep. 1942
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Ausgegangene Befehle. I Corps orders, directives, TWX messages and correspondence to subordinate units pertaining to reconnaissance missions, defensive tactics, and prevention of additional breakthroughs by the enemy.
April 1942
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Ausgegangene Befehle. Continuation of Item No. 25128/8, Volkhov area. Included are sketches showing machine gun positions and anti-tank obstacles.
May - June 1942


T314 R50
Index:
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Ausgegangene Befehle. Continuation of Item No. 25128/8, Volkhov area. Included are sketches, overlays and a map showing enemy situation and artillery targets.
June - July 1942
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Ausgegangene Befehle. Continuation of Item No. 25128/8, Volkhov area.
Aug. - Sep. 1942
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Eingegangene Meldungen. Folder containing reports, charts, TWX messages and correspondence from subordinate units pertaining to the conduct of battle and mission; information about the enemy including organization, morale and available supplies,and the re-capture of strategic rail installations which are needed for the advance on Leningrad.
April 1942
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Eingegangene Meldungen. Continuation of Item No. 25128/12, dealing with defensive and offensive actions in the swamps, forests and rail lines along the Volkhov and Tigoda.
May 1942
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Eingegangene Meldungen. Continuation of Item No. 25128/13, dealing with reports on air reconnaissance, weather conditions, anti-aircraft defenses, reorganization of units and methods employed to combat and destroy Russian T-34 and T-60 tanks.
June - July 1942
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I. Armeekorps

T314 R51
Index:
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Eingegangene Meldungen. Continuation of Item No. 25128/13, dealing with the employment of the 2 cm four-barreled anti-aircraft gun, experience gained in the defense against enemy attacks and losses of weapons and ammunition.
Aug. - Sep. 1942
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Meldungen des Gen. Kdos. Reports, maps and correspondence on enemy and own activities during the spring thaw period.
April - Sep. 1942
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Fahrt und Besprechungsberichte. Report on iaspection trips of the Commanding General and Staff officers through the Corps area and minutes of conferences attended by these officers in higher and subordinate headquarters.
April - Sep. 1942
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Tagesmeldungen der Divisionen. Daily activity reports from divisions, as compiled from reports received from subordinate units, pertaining to the conduct of operations and own and enemy activities in the forest and swamp areas along the Volkhov River.
April - May 1942
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Tagesmeldungen der Divisionen. Continuation of Item No. 25128/18.
June - July 1942
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Tagesmeldungen der Divisionen. Continuation of Item No. 25128/18.
Aug. - Sep. 1942
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I. Armeekorps

T314 R52
Index:
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Tagesmeldungen an AOK. Continuation of Item No. 25128/21.
July - Sep. 1942
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Kriegsgliederungen. Order of battle charts and sketches of I Corps and 18th Army.
April - Aug. 1942
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Gefechts- und Erfahrungsberichte. Reports from units subordinate to the I Corps pertaining to own and enemy activities and experiences gained in offensive and defensive warfare in the Volkhov Sector.
April - Aug. 1942
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Gefechts- und Erfahrungsberichte, Berichte uber Wolchow Kessel. Combat activity reports pertaining to the progress of battle in the Volkhov pocket.
April - Sep. 1942
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Umgliederung und Auffrischung des Ostheeres, Band 1. Orders, directives and correspondence between 18th Army and I Corps pertaining to reorganization and refitting of the I Corps and its subordinate units during the spring and summer of 1942. Also included are order of battle and organizational charts.
April - May 1942


T314 R53
Index:
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Umgliederung und Auffrischung des Ostheeres. Continuation of Item No. 25128/26.
May - Aug. 1942
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Kleine Rollbahn Wolchow und Vorbereitung Fackel. Corps orders, unit' reports, correspondence, maps, sketches and charts pertaining to Corps mission.
April - Sep. 1942
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB, Verfugungs Bataillone. 18th Army and I Corps directives, reports from divisions, and TWX messages pertaining to the activation of reserve battalions within divisions consisting of elements of signal, supply, artillery and engineer units to be available for short notice special tasks.
July - Sep. 1942
Qu., Kriegstagebuch 5. Daily reports compiled by the Supply Branch describing events taking place during the spring thaw period and subsequent fall warfare, gains and losses in men and materiel, climatic conditions, supply care and maintenance, sanitation, construction, protection of animals and men and activation of POW construction companies.
April - Sep. 1942
Qu., Kriegstagebuch 5, Anlagenband 1. Directives concerning supply distribution during the spring thaw period; allotment of food supplies, material, and fuel; transportation; and information on methods of utilizing rail lines, equipment, men, and material.
April - June 1942
Qu., Kriegstagebuch 5, Anlagenband 2. Continuation of Item No. 25128/31, including a report on the general supply situation of the I Corps since the beginning of the Eastern campaign; casualty list giving figures of dead, wounded and missing in action for the period Jan.-June 1942; report on the utilization of the new hollow-charge anti-tank grenade; and two maps showing supply installations and headquarters.
June - Sep. 1942
Qu., Beilage zum KTB, Tatigkeitsberichte der Abt. IVa, IVb, IVc, Wi. u. FPA 421. Activity reports of the Administrative, Medical, Veterinary, and Military Economic Officers, and Field Post Office 421 dealing with difficulties encountered during the spring thaw period and subsequent fall warfare in the wood and swamp areas along the Volkhov River.
April - Sep. 1942
Ic, Tatigkeitsbericht. Activity report of the Intelligence Branch dealing with evaluation of the enemy situation on the strongly defended front on the Volkhov bridgehead; clarification of the enemy situation through interrogation of POWs and informers and through captured documents; combatting of partisans and agentsj and surveillance of the civilian population.
April - Sep. 1942


T314 R54
Index:
Ic, Anlage zum Tatigkeitsbericht, Tagesmeldungen, Anlage 1. Daily activity reports of the I Corps Intelligence Branch to 18th Army Intelligence Branch compiled from reports received from subordinate units.
April - Sep. 1942
Ic, Anlagen zum Tatigkeitsbericht, Feindlagekarten und Feindnachrichtenblatter, Anlage 3. Folder of the I Corps Intelligence Branch containing reports on the enemy situation before and after the Russian defeat on the Volkhov bridgehead, enemy fighting strength, tactical situation and operational intentions.
April - Sep. 1942
Ic, Anlagen zum Tatigkeitsbericht, Aufklarungsforderungen, festgestellte Aufstellungen - Hinterland - Propaganda, Anlage Nr. 4. Reports and correspondence from I Corps Intelligence Branch to 18th Army Hq. pertaining to intelligence observations and evaluation of enemy forces giving information on assumed enemy strength, replacements, reserves, weapons, rail lines, location of enemy armament industry and raw material centers, food supply situation in the USSR, own and enemy psychological warfare, and POW interrogations.
June - Aug. 1942
Ia/Mess, Ia/Gabo, Ia/Stopi u. Qu/Stopi, IIa, Tatigkeitsbericht der Abteilungen. Activity reports of the following branches: Map and Survey, Gas Defense, Artillery Staff Officer and Officer Personnel Branch, giving information on personnel strength, awarding of decorations, furloughs, troop welfare, court-martials, casualties, instruction on anti-gas defense, allotment of supplies and material, distribution of printed matter and evaluation of captured Russian documents.
April - Nov. 1942
Ia, Anlagen zum KEB, Lagenkarten. Folder contains 66 maps showing I Corps tactical situation.
April 1 - June 30, 1942
Ia, Nachgereichte Anlagen zum KTB. Additional reports submitted to the I Corps giving information on enemy situation and assumed mission during operations in the switch position along the Volkhov and Tigoda estuary; preparations for withdrawal to safer positions before the forthcoming spring thaw period, and planning of new defense lines.
Jan. - Feb. 1942
Qu., Tatigkeitsbericht der Abt. IVa. Activity report of the I Corps Administrative Officer describing activities, important occurrences, general supply situation, utilization of supply routes, inspection and administration of supply centers.
June 1941 - Dec. 1942
IVa, Tatigkeitsbericht. Daily log of the Branch's activities, including a report of a meeting of administrative officers dealing with the problems in training administrators and clerks, food and supply matters, as well as procurement of various supplies.
Jan. 1 - March 31, 1943
Ia, Kriegstagebuch, Ostfeldzug, Band 3. Daily notes and reports compiled by the I Corps Operations Branch describing and analyzing strength, defenses, obstacles, troop movements, shifting end replacement of units, physical condition of the troops, casualties, winter uniforms, climatic conditions, estimates on own and enemy situation and mission of the I Corps.
Oct. - Dec. 1942
Ia, Aniagen zum KTB, Band 3. Eingegangene Befehle. Reports, messages, maps and charts of the I Corps and subordinate units, and directives and correspondence from Eighteenth Army Headquarters pertaining to preparations for the forthcoming winter warfare and anticipated Russian assault.
Sep. - Nov. 1, 1942
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336. Infanterie-Division

T315 R2096
Index:
Ia, KTB 9 mit Anlagen; Ic, IIa, TB. War journal with orders, messages, and maps pertaining to disengagement to, defense, evacuation, and destruction of Mariupol, 1 - 10 Sep; disengagement movements in the Starodubovka, Novo-Spasskoye, and Nogaysk areas to Melitopol, 10 - 20 Sep, and its defense, 21 - 30 Sep 1943. Activity reports of the intelligence and personnel branches, 1 - 30 Sep 1943; special directives concerning supply troops; status and strength reports; and data relating to enemy operations.
1943/09/01 - 1943/09/30
Ia, KTB 10 mit Anlagen. War journal with orders, messages, and maps pertaining to defensive operations and counterattacks in the Melitopol and Akimovka areas. Status and strength reports, an crder-of-battle chart, and data relating to enemy operations.
1943/10/01 - 1943/10/22
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253. Infanterie-Division

T315 R1755
Index:
Ia, Anlagenband II zum KTB 2. Orders and messages concerning movements and operations of the division and reports on the general military situation.
1940/06/15 - 1940/06/23
Ia, Anlagenband III zum KTB 2. Orders relating to training, regrouping, and the release of recruits and maps showing the location of division quarters in the Chalons-sur-Marne, Vitry-le-Francois, and Mourmelon-le-Grand areas.
1940/09/16 - 1940/10/14
Ia, Anlagenband IV zum KTB 2. Orders, reports, and maps pertaining to movement from Lille, France, to Charleroi, Belgium, for security duty; advance to Noyon, France, via Rocroi; withdrawal to Rethel; movement southward and offensive engagements to the Avallon and Chatillon-sur-Seine areas via Chalons-sur-Marne, Troyes, and Vendeuvre-sur-Barse, to the Laon, Soissons, Chateau-Thierry, Rheims, Rethel, Vitry-le-Francois, Mussy-sur-Seine, Bar-sur-Aube, Soulaines-Dhuysm, and Mourmelon-le-Grand areas; relief of the 78.ID, 7 - 18 Jul; administration and security of the Marne Department; air raid protection; and control and employment of refugees and prisoners of war. Order-of—battle charts and notes on command inspections.
1940/06/03 - 1940/08/22
Ic, TB. Activity report concerning operational readiness of the division in Dusseldorf, 26 Aug 1939, movement to the Dutch border in September, reconnaissance results regarding border fortifications, movement to the Dusseldorf area for training, 28 Dec, and later to the Aachen area for border security, taking prisoners of war in Belgium in April, offensive engagements in the Liege, Namur, and Tournai areas of Belgium, and the attack on and capture of Lille, France.
1939/08/26 - 1940/05/31
Ia, KTB 2 mit Anlaqen. War-journal and orders concerning occupation duty, regrouping, and training in the Chalons-sur-Marne, Mourmelon-le-Grand, Mailly-le-Camp, Suippes, Vitry-le-Francois, Rethel, and Sainte-Menehould areas, 1 Nov 1940 - 9 Apr 1941, guarding the "Nordost Linie" by division elements to control the movement of refugees in the Sainte-Menehould and Evergnicourt areas, 11 Jan - 15 Mar 1941, the planned movement of the division to the east, and the departure of the advance party from Chalons-sur-Marne, France, for Allenstein (Olsztyn), Poland, 10 - 12 Apr 1941.
1940/11/01 - 1941/04/13
Ic, TB. Activity report concerning movement southward to Cote-d'Or completed by the time of the armistice and northward to the Marne Department to relieve the 78.ID, control of refugee movement through the "Nordost Linie," employment and control of prisoners of war, counter intelligence activity, and troop entertainment. A map showing the location of the "Nordost Linie."
1940/06/24-1941/04/12
Ia, KTB 3. Transfer from France to Allenstein (Olsztyn), Poland, 14 - 23 Apr; quartering and training, 24 Apr - 19 Jun; assembly in the Eydtkau (Chernyshevskoye) area, 20 Jun; invasion of Lithuania and advance to Drissa in Russia, 22 Jun - 12 Jul; road and rail security in the Polotsk area, 13 - 18 Jul; advance to and capture of Novosokolniki, 19 - 25 Jul; attack, capture, and securing of Velikiye Luki, 26 Jul - 27 Aug, and Toropets, 28 Aug - 3 Sep; defense of the lake area north of the Andreapol, Peno, and Selizharovo line, 4 Sep - 5 Nov; attack on and capture of Selizharovo, 6 - 8 Nov; and the defense of the Tikhvina, Selizharovka, and Volga Rivers sectors, 9 Nov - 3 Dec 1941. A register of officer s and a casualty report. An activity report of the personnel branch, 11 Apr - 2 Dec 1941.
1941/04/14 - 1941/12/03
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB 3. Orders and maps pertaining to the transfer from France to Allenstein (Olsztyn), Osterode (Ostroda), and Mohrungen (Morag); movement to, quartering, and training in the Preussisch Holland (Palek) and Wormditt (Orneta), Bischofstein (Bisztynek), Heilsberg (Lidzbark Warminski), Guttstadt (Dabre Miasto), Gerdauen (Zheleznodorozhny), Bartenstein (Bartoszyce), Rastenburg (Ketrzyn), Angelburg (Wegorzewo), and Goldap areas; movement to the Lithuania border and Eydtkau area. Special directives concerning march and traffic control, air raid protection, and intelligence service. Reports on enemy operations and losses.
1941/04/10 - 1941/06/21
Ia, Anlagen zum KTB 3. Orders, messages, and maps pertaining to the crossing of the Lithuanian border in the Vistytis and Kybartai areas and advance, mopping-up action, and offensive engagements in the Marijampole, Kaunas, Kaisiadorys, Paberze, Moletai, Koltyniany, and Zamosh'ye areas of Lithuania and in the Vidzy area of Russia. Reports on enemy operations and losses.
1941/06/22 - 1941/07/07
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18. Armee

T312 R928
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IVa, Anlage zum Tatigkeitsbericht. Supplements to special directives about supplies and supply troops. Directives on pay and insurance for Estonian workers.
Jan 1 - Mar 31, 1944
Ia, Kriegstagebuch Nr. 4g, Zusammenfassungen. This document presents daily summaries of data found in KTB Nr. 4g (documents nrs. 52614/2-4).
Jan 1 - Jul 15, 1944
Ia, Kriegstagebuch Nr. 4g, Textband I.
Jan 1 - Jul 15, 1944

T312 R929
Index:
Ia, Kriegstagebuch Nr. 4g, Textband II u. III.
Jan 1 - Jul 15, 1944
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II. Armeekorps

T314 R165
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IIa, Tatigkeitsbericht. Information on casualties, assignments, promotions, decorations, transfers, replacements, shifting of command posts, and other matters.
Oct. 17 - Dec. 31, 1944
IIa, Verlust- u, Verleihungslisten. Casualty lists of officers and enlisted men according to type of casualty (killed, wounded, missing), and also records of decorations by type of medal for outstanding performance of duty on the Baltic front.
Oct. 15 - Dec. 31, 1944
IIa, Kriegsrangliste. Directory of all II Corps staff officers.
Oct. 16, 1944
IIa, Offiziersstellenbesetzungen. Information on unit and job assignments.
Oct. 15 - Dec. 31, 1944
QM, Kriegstagebuch 8 Qu.-und Unterabteilungen. Diary containing detailed entries of all activities in connection with the Eastern campaign on the Baltic front, and reports by various branches such as Administration, Medical, Veterinary, Motor Transport, and Judge Advocate.
Oct. 16 - Dec. 31, 1944
Qu., Anlage zum KTB 8, Versorgung. Information on directives for exploitation of occupied territories, fuel shortage and conservation, evacuations, regrouping of supply troops, supply directives, and maps showing locations and positions of supply installations and troops on the Baltic front.
Oct. 16 - Dec. 31, 1944
Qu., Besondere Anordnungen fur die Versorgung. Supply regulations in regard to various supply services such as medical, veterinary, food, fuel, clothing, weapons, equipment, and motor transport giving detailed basic allowances, shortages, losses, and other important data.
Oct. 16 - Dec. 31, 1944
Qu., Tagesmeldungen. Daily supply reports on expenditure and consumption of various supply items such as fuel, ammunition and weapons, showing exact amounts, shortages, quantities on hand, and losses by individual units.
Oct. 16 - Dec. 31, 1944
Ia, Anlage 175 Ostfeldzug, Melduagen. Information on Russian advances and unsuccessful German attempts to stop Russian offensives on the Baltic front.
Nov. 1 - 10, 1944


L. Armeekorps

T314 R1248
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Ia, Anlagen z. KTB 8, Mappe 1-2, Taktische Meldungen von den Divisionen. Daily incoming reports concerning Corps and enemy operations in the Velye area.
Mar 30 - Jul 15, 1944
Ic, Tatigkeitsbericht mit Anlagen. Activity report of the Intelligence Branch with intelligence reports and maps pertaining to enemy operations, unit identification, propaganda, and tactical situation and German propaganda and counter-intelligence activities.
Apr 3 - Jul 15, 1944
Qu., Kriegstagebuch 15. War journal of the Supply Branch concerning supply operations and services and the movement of supply units in the Brody, Opochka, Ostrov, and Velykaya River areas.
Apr 4 - Jul 15, 1944
Ia, Kriegstagebuch 9. War journal concerning operations, the tactical situation during the Corps' withdrawal across Latvia, and the execution of Operations "Laubfrosch" and "Sonnenvogel" (withdrawal to the Cirma line in the area north-east of Daugavpils).
Jul 16 - Aug 9, 1944
Ia, Anlagen "a" 1-16 z. KTB 9. Kriegsgliederungen, Schema. Charts, with amendments, showing the order of battle and organization and equipment of subordinate divisions and artillery units.
Jul 16 - Aug 9, 1944
Ia, Anlagen "c" 1-88 z. KTB 9, Operationsakten. Orders, directives, maps, and overlays pertaining to construction of and withdrawal to the Marieriburg and Lettland positions, and defense "to the last man" in the Krasnyy, Molokovo, Volkovo, Tirza, and Lake Velye areas.
Jul 16 - Aug 9, 1944
Ia, Anlagen z. KTB 9, Wochentliche und monatliche Zustandsberichte; Taktische Meldungen an die Armee und von den Divisionen. Periodic reports pertaining to the status of the Corps' units, and daily reports concerning operations in eastern Latvia. Also, order of battle charts.
Jul 16 - Aug 9, 1944
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SS-Führungshauptamt

T175 R178
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Item of unknown provenance. Copies of the "Verordnungsblatt der Waffen-SS", for the period June 1941 - April 1945. Nor fur den Dienstgebrauch.

Item of unknown provenance. Folder containing photographs, biography and honor-roll mentions of Dr. Friedrich Wimmer of the Austrian National Socialist party, 1940.

SS-Hauptamt file containing correspondence on Polizei-Verstarkungen - recruitment for the units, physical requirements for the volunteers and the use to be made of the units so recruited, 1939-1940.

Item of unknown provenance. "Arbeitsanweisung der Abteilung IIb" presumably of the SS-Führungshauptamt, 1941.

Item of unknown provenance. Miscellaneous directives of the SS-Führungshauptamt on personnel matters, 1943.

Item of unknown provenance. Folder containing miscellaneous material issued by the SS-Führungshauptamt chiefly on recruitment and transfer of personnel from and to the special SS-units, including transfer from Dachau to Bewahrungs-Abteilung der Waffen-SS, 1943.

Der Hohere SS- und Polizeifuhrer Nord, der SS-Wirtschafter folder containing directives and time schedules for various training courses of the Waffen-SS, 1944.

SS-Hauptamt folder containing directives on the recruitment for the SS-VT and the SS-T.St. and the prerequisites for becoming a full-fledged SS-Mann, 1936-1943.

Item of unknown provenance. Correspondence pertaining to the meteorological research of Dr. Juilfs for the SS, January 1945.
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269. Infanterie-Division

T315 R1858
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Ic, IIa, TB. Activity report of the intelligence branch concerning enemy operations, losses, unit identification, fortifications, and roads and an activity report of the personnel tranch.
1940/05/10 - 1940/07/31
Ia, KTB 4. War journal with orders and maps pertaining to relief by the 218.ID, 27 - 31 Mar; transfer from Denmark to Dirschau (Tczew) and Praust (Pruszcz), Poland, 27 Mar - 5 Apr; movement to Tilsit (Sovetsk) via Harienburg (Malbrok), Starogard, Insterburg (Chernyakhovsk), Preussisch Eylau (Bagrationovsk), Neukirch (Timiryazevo), and Kreuzingen (Balshakovo), 6 Apr - 12 May; securing the borders and the Memel sector, 13 - 16 May; and assembly in the Neman area, 17 - 21 Jun 1941.
1941/03/27 - 1941/06/21
Ia, KTB 5. War journal concerning advance and offensive engagements in the Taurage, Nemaksciai, and Slapaberze areas of Lithuania, the Livani area of Latvia, and the Pytalovo (Abrene), Lyutyye Bolota, Porkhov, Strugi Krasnye, and Bol'shiye L'zi areas of Russia, 22 Jun - 29 Jul; attack on and capture of Luga, 30 Jul - 23 Aug; advance and offensive engagements in the Tolmachevo, Mshinskaya, Siverskaya, Kartashevskaya, and Gatchina areas, 24 Aug - 17 Sep; and movement to and defensive operations in the Volodarskiy area on the Leningrad front, 18 Sep - 7 Dec 1941.
1941/06/22 - 1941/12/07
Ia, Anlagenband C, Band 1, Vorbereitungen zum KTB 5. Orders relating to assembly for attack, border security, and Studie Barbarossa (preparations for the invasion of Russia); appraisal of enemy capabilities; combat and training directives; and special directives concerning reconnaissance and commitment of engineers.
1941/03/25 - 1941/06/20
Ia, Anldgenband C, Band 2 zum KTB 5. Daily messages and orders pertaining to the invasion of Lithuania, advance and offensive engagements in the Taurage, Nemaksciai, Vidulki, Tadaiciai, Budraiciai, Slapaberze, Surviliskis, Panevezys, and Panemunis areas and crossing the Neman, Dubysa, Susve, Dotnuva, and Nemunelis Rivers, 22 - 28 Jun; and advance into Latvia to Livani and the Western Dvina River, 29 - 30 Jun 1941. Special directives concerning air reconnaissance and intelligence bulletins.
1941/06/22 - 1941/06/30
Ia, Anlagenband C, Band 3 zum KTB 5. Daily messages and orders pertaining to the attack across the Western Dvina River in the Livani area and the Rezekne River in the Rezekne area; invasion of Russia near Pytalovo (Abrene); advance and offensive engagements in the Lyutyye Bolota and Porkhov areas, 1 - 13 Jul; and movement to Novosel'ye to relieve the 1.PZD in the Zapol'ye area, 14 - 15 Jul 1941. Data on Russian heavy tanks and reports regarding enemy operations.
1941/07/01 - 1941/07/15
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A3343: SS Officers' Service Records

The SS Officers' Service Records consist of personnel dossiers for more than 61,000 SS officers with the rank of SS Untersturmf?hrer (second lieutenant) and above, arranged alphabetically by surname. These constitute personnel files maintained by the SSPersonalhauptamt (SS Personnel Main Office) in Berlin, later supplemented by the BDC with records from other collections. Included are individuals who belonged to the Allgemeine-SS (general SS), Waffen-SS (the military branch of the SS), Sicherheitsdienst (SS security service), and SS and police security formations, including the Gestapo (secret state police). Waffen-SS officers include many non-Germans of various European nationalities. The date span of records contained in the dossiers extends from 1932 to as late as March 1945. Comprehensive information for all SS officers, however, cannot be verified, as the German collapse precluded the regular maintenance of personnel records after January 1945.

Roll SSO-272A
Loehnert, Dr. Camillo bis Loesch, Albert



A3343: SS Collections: RuSHA (Rasse- und Siedlungshauptamt)

The last of the SS collections consists of biographical records of the Rasse- und Siedlungshauptamt-SS (RuSHA, SS Race and Settlement Office), whose responsibilities included safeguarding the racial "purity" of the SS. This collection contains approximately 240,000 dossiers for individual SS personnel and their spouses, who submitted detailed personal and family background information to receive permission to marry. Seized fairly intact by U.S. forces in 1945, the records are mostly complete for married SS personnel during the period 1932-44, with some accompanying correspondence dated as late as March 1945.

At the end of 1931 Reichsf?hrer-SS Heinrich Himmler issued an order that established official supervision of the marital decisions of unmarried SS men. Thereafter the latter had to apply for marriage permits at least three months prior to their engagement to allow time for background investigations of the racial fitness of both prospective parents. The RuSHA (designated the Rasseamt-SS from January through June 1932, and the Rasse- und Siedlungsamt-SS from July 1932 to January 1935) was established to monitor these applications, and continued to perform this function after its duties expanded into other areas. During the period of peak activity during the war years, the Heiratsamt (Marriage Suboffice) and Ahnentafelamt (Genealogical Suboffice) within RuSHA reviewed and processed SS marriage applications. Each SS man and his prospective bride filled out an extensive questionnaire, underwent a physical examination, and prepared genealogical data on their ancestors born after 1 January 1800 (for SS officers, after 1 January 1750) to prove their Aryan lineage. RuSHA officials then evaluated the data and accepted or rejected the applicants; for higher-ranking SS officers, Himmler himself made the final decision. The collection includes some data for foreign members of the Waffen-SS, particularly for volunteers from Western European states (e.g., the Netherlands, Norway, Belgium, Denmark) but also including some Estonians; for these foreign contingents, however, the documentation appears very fragmentary.

Compliance with the SS marriage laws proved somewhat problematical as transgressions increased and punishments grew progressively milder. In 1937 over 300 SS men were expelled from the organization for contravening the law, although an order in June of that year eliminated expulsion if those already married could still satisfy the racial requirements. In November 1940 Himmler reinstated all SS personnel expelled under the marriage laws, provided they themselves remained racially acceptable. Each dossier might include some or all of the following documents: personal questionnaires (Rasse- und Siedlung-Fragebogen), usually accompanied by photographs; family genealogical charts (SS-Ahnentafel); medical examination reports (?rztlicher Untersuchungsbogen); RuSHA summaries on family background investigations (SS-Erbgesundheitsbogen); summary questionnaires prepared as character references for the prospective bride; final RuSHA evaluations of individuals applications (Verlobungs- und Heiratsgesuch; Aufnahmegesuch); and related official correspondence (e.g., cover letters, followup inquiries regarding gaps in genealogical information). Some dossiers also include identification papers, correspondence with church and local authorities relating to birth and death records, notices of expulsion from the SS, and hospital reports regarding wounds and injuries suffered. For many marriage applications made in 1944-45, only the initial correspondence survives; in the case of one foreign member of the SS, only a letter with translated excerpts to his fiance?. Most of the entries are handwritten, and are generally arranged in reverse chronological order. Sample copies of these documents follow this description.

The records include information relating to medical histories, reasons for failed marriages, children born out of wedlock, and other data generally restricted as privileged. As with the other BDC collections, however, the previous release of this information to members of the public preclude any current restriction on their use.


Roll RS-G0056
Storm, Hans bis Stossberg, Karl-Heinz
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