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History of the Wikinger - 5.SS Panzerdivision "Wiking"
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тоже вот немного нащёл:
Brigadefьhrer Franz Augsberger,
3.22.43 - 5.01.43
Gruppenfьhrer Fritz Scholz,
5.01.43 - 7.27.44
Brigadefьhrer Joachim Ziegler,
7.27.44 - 4.25.45
Brigadefьhrer Dr. Gustav Krukenberg,
4.25.45 - 5.08.45
Order Of Battle
SS-Panzergrenadier Regiment 23 Norge
SS-Panzergrenadier Regiment 24 Danmark
SS-Panzer Abteilung 11 Herman von Salza
SS-Panzer Artillerie Regiment 11
SS-Panzer-Aufklдrungs Abteilung 11
SS-Sturmgeschutz Abteilung 11
SS-Panzerjдger Abteilung 11
SS-Nachrichtung Abteilung 11
SS-Pionier Battalion 11
SS-Nachrichtung Abteilung Truppen 11
SS-Nachschub Truppen 11
SS-Instandsetzungs Abteilung 11
SS-Wirtschafts Abteilung 11
Divsjons Дrmelband: Nordland
Regiments Дrmelband: Norge,Danmark,Hermann von Salza
02/1943: Kampfverband "Warдger"
04/1943: SS-Panzer-Grenadier-Division 11 (germanische)
06/1943: 11.SS-Panzer-Grenadier-Freiwilligen-Division "Nordland"
10/1943: 11.SS-Freiwilligen-Panzer-Grenadier-Division "Nordland
Divisional Status: June 1943
Nationality: German, Dane, Finn, French, Dutch, Norwegian, Hungarian,Rumanian and Estonians.
Fought in: Croatia, Russia, Courland, Germany, Berlin
Knights Cross: 27
Fate: Annihilated in Berlin April/May 1945.
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SS-Panzergrenadier-Division 11 (Germanische)
11. SS-Freiwilligen-Panzergrenadier-Division Nordland
Concept and Formation:
By 1943, the foreign formations of the Waffen-SS had established a record in combat. The 5th SS Panzergrenadier Division Wiking, a volunteer division, had been in action since 1940.
However, the Wiking, whose enlisted men were predominantly Nordic volunteers, was officered by Germans. In February 1943, Hitler ordered the creation of an SS Division which would be officered by foreign volunteers. The Wiking's SS-Panzer-Grenadier-Regiment Nordland, a Scandinavian volunteer regiment, was pulled out of the line to be used as a basis for the new division. The division was originally to receive the name Warдger (Varangians) but the name was rejected by Hitler himself. It was decided that the division was to continue using the already-existing regiment’s name, Nordland.
The Nordland's two Panzergrenadier regiments were also given titles. The regimental titles were a reference to the location where the majority of the regiment's recruits were from, SS-Panzergrenadier Regiment 23 Norge (Norwegians) and SS-Panzergrenadier Regiment 24 Danmark (Danes).
Despite most volunteers hailing from Scandinavia, the Nordland carried the widest range of nationalities found in any single division. By the end of the war, Danish, Hungarian, Dutch, Norwegian, Estonian, Finnish, French, Romanian, Spanish, Swedish, Swiss and British volunteers had either served in the division or been attached to it.
After its formation in Germany, the division was attached to SS-Obergruppenfьhrer Felix Steiner's III (Germanic) SS Panzer Corps and was moved to occupied Croatia for training and to complete its formation. Soon after its arrival, the SS-Freiwilligen-Legion Niederlande was attached to the division and it began combat operations against Josip Tito's partisans. In late November, the Danmark regiment was involved in heavy fighting with a force of 5,000 partisans near Glina. During this period, the Nordland's Panzer Abteilung, SS-Panzer Abteilung 11, was given the honour title Hermann von Salza in honour of the fourth Grand Master of the Teutonic Knights (b.1179-d.1239).
In January 1944, orders were received to move the division to the Oranienbaum front near Leningrad, under the command of Generalfeldmarschall Walter Model's Army Group North.
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Re: Дивизия "Нордланд"
I. Battalion Norge
The story of the 1st battalion of the ”Norge” regiment is of very interesting nature. The battalion was destroyed and rebuilt several times, and saw very hard battles at both Oranienbaum, Poland and Hungary with great losses, until the few surviving soldiers of the divisions surrendered in Austria in May 1945. Not claiming that other units with Norwegians did not get involved in heavy fighting, but the I./”Norge” is probably the ”Norwegian” battalion which has been deepest and broadest researched and studied. Because of this, its combat history is among the most exciting of the "Norwegian" SS units.
The story of the 1st battalion starts in 1943 when the ”Nordland” division and the ”Norge” regiment was ordered to be formed.
After a period of training and partisan fighting in Croatia in fall 1943, where the battalion got involved in some serious battles with Tito's partisans, the battalion was sent to the Oranienbaum front nearby Leningrad.
On 14 January 1944 the Russians initiated a 65 minutes long bombardment of the III. (Germanic) SS Panzer Corps’ positions. The 2nd Soviet Shock Army attacked and managed to create a gap between 9th and 10th Luftwaffe field divisions. In the evening this gap had become 14 kilometers wide. The I./”Norge” was sent into this gap to beat the Russians back. The battalion was massively attacked by Russian forces by the village of Slostrovja. The 1st company was attacked on all sides, and the commander of the 2nd company, Rendemann, was killed. The 1st company was no longer an effective battle group, but the battalion commander, SS-Sturmbannführer (Major) Fritz Vogt, gathered his troops and forced them on.
Then the battalion was pulled back. A light line of defense was established in a hill, and on the 17 January, the Russians attacked. Both the 1st and the 2nd companies were weakened by the previous days’ hard battles - and the 3rd company, which few days ago counted about 120 men, now only consisted of 30. The remnants was united in a battle group commanded by Vogt. This battle group was supposed to attack, butt his attacked did never take place.
When the ”Norge” regiment was reformed behind the front, the 1st battalion was pulled out of the regiment. Of about 120 men in the 1st company, only 14 were left, and the other companies had had similar losses. Most of the survivors were transferred to the 2nd and 3rd battalions. Also the 1st battalion of the ”Danmark” regiment was pulled out.
The 1st battalion ”Norge” was to be reformed at Hammerstein camp south-west of Danzig.
In September about 1,000 soldiers from division ”Nordland”’s training and replacement battalion arrived, and these joined the two 1st battalions. Many of these new recruits were very young. The training was concentrated on specific battlefield tasks as close combat, attack, defense, camouflage and anti-tank tactics.1
The two newly trained battalions were to rejoin their original regiments, but this was not carried out, as it was ”too hazardous to send the battalions to join their regiments and … the entire ’Nordland’ division needed to be withdrawn from the front for refitting as soon as possible”.2 The ”Wiking” division also needed manpower. Furthermore, the division was located in Poland, which was closer. Because of this the two battalions joined the ”Wiking” division in November 1944.
The front in Poland was static, but Russians snipers ruled the terrain, causing almost immediate losses to the newly arrived battalions. On 25 December the Russians attacked with artillery and full strength. They penetrated deep into the battalion’s lines, but a counter-attack led by the Norwegian SS-Untersturmführer (2nd Lieutenant) Karl Aagaard Østvig3 drove them back. Aagaard Østvig was killed in this attack.
The entire IV. SS Panzer Corps was then ordered to Budapest, to free the surrounded German garrison there.
On the night of 1 January 1945 the panzer corps attacked. The ex-”Norge” battalion was tasked with covering ”Wiking”s southern flank. By midnight it was engaged in battles around the village of Boldogas, where the battalion managed to beat the Russians back. The next day, the battalion was involved in fightings in the town of Fölsögalla.
On 4 January the battalion supported the SS-Panzer regiment 5 in an attack on the town of Bicske, which was situated around thirty kilometers west of Budapest. After a two kilometers advance, they met with hard Russian resistance. The attack stopped; a Russian counter-attack threatened the whole division’s position, and the units had to withdraw. The battalion was then surrounded by Hegeyks and beat back hard Russian attack for about a week. ”It is like a butchery here”, a Norwegian volunteer wrote in his diary.4
The battalion was then ordered to retreat to the west, because Gille, the commander of the panzer corps, had been ordered to abort the attack on the Hungarian capital.
Then a four days rest north-east of the Lake Balaton followed. On 18 January the IV. SS Panzer corps launched another attack. The 1st battalion ”Norge” conquered the village of Seregelyes, but was unable to hold it, as the Russians ”soon counter-attacked with a powerful infantry supported tank force”.5 In the end of the month the battalion became involved in the hard battle of the village of Pettend. After this, the battalion was more or less non-existing. The battalion doctor, Norwegian SS-Untersturmführer Tor Storm, had been beaten to death by the Russians. He had chosen to stay with the wounded when the ”Norge” battalion retreated.
On 10 February the SS-Hauptamt ordered the battalion to rejoin the ”Nordland” division, but this was stopped by Oberkommando der Wehrmacht and Army group ”Balck”.6 The battalion was now reduced to about 100 men. After hard fighting by Dennyes, the battalion was sent to the Vkrut village to rest and refit. Here, the battalion was reinforced by former Luftwaffe and Kriegsmarine personnel. As a result of the lack of soldiers, the 4th heavy company was dissolved. The remnants were gathered in the 1st, 2nd and the 3rd companies. The battalion commander Fritz Vogt left the battalion he had commanded the past 16 months to assume command of the reconnaissance battalion of the ”Wiking” division. He was replaced by a certain SS-Sturmbannführer Barth. He ”knew little or nothing about war”.7
On 6 March Operation ”Frühlingserwachen” (”Spring awakening”) was launched. ”Wiking” was given the task of defending the town of Stuhlweissenberg. The ”Frühlingserwachen” operation failed. In the middle of the month the battalion suffered great losses in the battle of height 351, south-west of Nadap.
Briefly summarized, the rest of the battalion's war consisted of defensive fightings and withdrawals. When the battalion crossed the border to Austria, only four Norwegians were left. In May the remnants of the battalion capitulated to the Allies.
NORWEGIAN BATTALION COMMANDERS:
SS-Sturmbannführer Finn G. Finson (1.06.1943 – 2.11.1943)
NORWEGIAN COMPANY COMMANDERS:
SS-Hauptsturmführer Olaf Trygve Lindvig (05.1943 – 16.07.1943)
SS-Hauptsturmführer Olaf Trygve Lindvig (1.09.1943 – 6.09.1943)
SS-Hauptsturmführer Olaf Trygve Lindvig (8.11.1943 – 15.01.1944) (WIA)
SS-Untersturmführer Eirik Mytting (15.01.1944 – 15.01.1944) (WIA)
SS-Untersturmführer Rolf Harry Jansen (12.1944 – 01.1945)
SS-Obersturmführer? Tor Marstrander (1.06.1943 – 8.11.1943)
SS-Untersturmführer Henrik Skaar Pedersen (15.01.1944 – 31.01.1944) (KIA)
SS-Untersturmführer Oscar Strømsnes (1.03.1945 – 19.03.1945) (KIA)
SS-Untersturmführer Birger Kvammen (? - ?)
SS-Untersturmführer Felix Thoresen (? - ?)
SS-Untersturmführer? Kristian Prytz (29.10.1943 – 13.11.1943)
SS-? Ivar Grønnerød (18.01.1944 - 11.02.1944)
Re: Дивизия "Нордланд"
SS-Freiwilligen-Panzer-Grenadier-Regiment 23 Norge [English]
The 11th SS-Freiwilligen-Panzer-Grenadier-Division "Nordland", which this regiment was subordinated, was formed in May 1943.
Propaganda | Uniforms, insignia etc.
SS-regiment «Nordland» was transferred from the «Wiking» division to be the backbone of the new division. The Norwegian volunteers were gathered in SS-Freiwilligen-Panzer-Grenadier-Regiment 23 «Norge». There were no more talks about an independent «Norwegian» unit (like with Den norske legion): Here the Waffen-SS had full control, though some of the officers were Norwegian. The recruitment campaign was carried out with recruitment meetings and propaganda in news papers, brochures and posters. Minister of Police Jonas Lie was the leading agitator.
"Bandenbekдmpfung" in Croatia
After education in the Auerbach area in the summer of 1943 the unit was sent to Croatia where it fought partisans. In Italy Mussolini had lost his power, and the Italian withdrawal left an empty space in Croatia which had to be filled. Division "Nordland" was being regarded both by General Lothar Rendulic1 and the partisans as military «incapable».2 During the Croatia stay, some Norwegians were transferred to the SS Skijegerbataljon «Norge».3
1st company was the company with most Norwegians, though still about 50 Volksdeutsche from Hungary and Romania were in the company. The Norwegians were placed in different companies because if one company was destroyed – and this happened regularly – it would create clamor back in Norway, the corps commander SS general Felix Steiner thought.4 The mixing of nationalities created great dissatisfaction among the Norwegians though.5
In October Norwegian officer Frode Halle became commander of the II./«Norge» because Albrecht Krьgel had shot himself in the leg.
The frequent partisan attacks affected the soldiers mentally and the education period got another impression than expected. During the Croatia stay, eight Norwegians in «Norge» was killed in action, in addition to three who died in accidents.
By Christmas 1943, 782 Norwegians were in SS division «Nordland».
Defensive battles on the Eastern Front: Oranienbaum, Narva, Courland
The «Nordland» division was, as a part of the III. (Germanic) SS armored corps, sent to the Oranienbaum sector at the Leningrad front. In addition to «Nordland» and some foreign volunteer SS brigades, two Luftwaffe field divisions were attached to the corps. The latter ones were assigned to guard the eastern flank. The «GroЯkampf», as Steiner put it, started 14th of January with a 65 minutes long bombardment of the panzer corps’ lines of defence. The 2nd Soviet shock army attacked and succeeded in breaking through the lines. By evening on the 14th, the crack in the German lines was 14 kilometers wide. I./«Norge» was sent in to plug the crack, with III./«Norge» being held in reserve. By the village of Slostrovja I./«Norge» faced a massive Soviet attack. From all sides the Russians attacked. The commander of the 2nd company, SS-Obersturmfьhrer Wolfgang Rendemann, was killed. The 1st company suffered heavy losses and was destroyed as a fighting force. But the battalion commander, SS-Sturmbannfьhrer Fritz Vogt, gathered the troops and continued the fighting. I./«Norge» was then withdrawn. The battalion tried to establish a line of defense in a low hillside. On the 17th the Russians attacked again. Both the 1st and 2nd company suffered heavy losses. In 3rd company, only 30 men were left: Two days ago, the manpower strength was 120. The remnants were united and renamed Kampfgruppe Vogt. The battle group was supposed to counter-attack, but the attack was canceled.
A great deal of German units was now in the Kronstadt pocket, but the «Nordland» division managed to open the pocket and many got out. The retreat to Narwa and the «Panther» line continued.
On the 27th of January the three first companies of the first battalion operated as a unit commanded by SS-Obersturmfьhrer Fechner.
Meanwhile, the II./«Norge» had established a line of defense by Martynovo-Ssalwolschitschina. The Russians had cut off the 7th company, which was supposed to cover the battalion’s retreat. On the 27th of January, Norwegian company commander Kristian Prytz was unable to communicate with the battalion headquarters. Prytz therefore decided to leave the battalion to try to re-established contact with the headquarters. This was against a «holy» rule: A company commander should never leave his company. A court-martial was considered, but Prytz was never brought to trial. He assumed command of the regiment’s staff company, where he distinguished himself, repelling a Russian attack. Later, Prytz led a reformed 7th company, and was killed as commander of that company in February 1944. When Prytz left the company on 27th of January, Norwegian SS-Untersturmfьhrer Arne Hansen became in charge of the company. The 7th company was then suddenly surrounded by Russians and attacked, but it managed to retreat. About 45 men were lost. When returning to their own lines, Hansen was accidentally shot.
By 31st of January, the regiment was located in the city of Jamburg. The first and parts of the third were ordered to attack a hill held by the Russians. On the 1st of February battles were raging all around Jamburg. A battle group commanded by regimental commander SS-Obersturmbannfьhrer Arnold Stoffers defended the road to Narwa. The Russians managed to take the 16th company’s headquarters, but this was soon retaken by «Norge» forces. Nevertheless, the Russians attacked again and re-conquered the headquarters. This headquarters changed «owner» many times during this fights. A Danish officer named Dall, who suddenly discovered that Russians forced had surrounded his bunker, ordered the heavy platoon of the 13th company to bombard his position. Dall and his men inside the bunker survived, while the Russians flew.
The Russians had managed to cut off the German forces in the city of Narwa. Regiment «Norge» was assigned to drive them back, thought the regiment lacked artillery. In addition, the «Nordland» panzer battalion, «Hermann von Salza», was «so reduced that newly trained Norwegian panzer commanders as Per Kjшlner, Jan Schneider and Thomas Hvistendahl mostly were fighting as infantry».6 By the 10th of March the 10th company was reduced to 21 combat-ready men. The I. battalion, which had been destroyed as a battle force, was withdrawn to refit. It should never be attached to the «Norge» regiment again.
Between December 11th 1943 and March 31th 1944, 24 "fьhrers" and 788 soldiers of the "Nordland" division had fallen, 2.766 was wounded and 527 missing in action.7
On the 24th and 25th of July 1944 the panzer corps were retreating to the Tannenberg line, which they reached on 25th of July. Here, a furious battle took place, involving the II. and III. battalions. III./«Norge» was positioned in the sumps below the «Grenadier hill», while the II. was held in reserve behind the height. The «Orphanage hill», which was held by the Russians, was attacked by units of «Norge». In addition, soldiers of «Norge» was involved in fights at the «Grenadier hill», causing heavy causalities on among others the 6th, 7th and 9th company. At the 27th, divisional commander Fritz von Scholz was killed. The Russians attacked massively and from all sides. Then Stukas in addition to Panther and Tiger tanks arrived and gave the exhausted «Norge» men some breathing room, while the Russians retreated. But they did not give up. More attacks were to come.
Nevertheless, a few days later, «the blue mountains» were cleared of Russians troops, except the «Orphanage hill».
The remnants of the regiment were pulled back to the swamps by Auvere, five kilometers behind the front lines.
But soon the retreat continued: Narwa was lost. The moral among the troops in the panzer corps fell and «executions [of defectors] became more and more frequent».8
The «Nordland» division was then, in addition to several other units, trapped in the Courland pocket, which should eventually lead to six hard Courland battles.
The first battle started in the middle of October 1944. The regiment was located by a railway line below the «Horse's head height» when it was attacked. Among others, the heavy platoon of the 10th company suffered heavy losses. The line of defense was about to be broken by the Russian forces, when the regiment's commander, SS-Obersturmbannfьhrer Fritz Knцchlein9, suddenly appeared and managed to gather the troops of the 10th company, by threatening to shoot every 10th soldier. With Knцchlein in front, the company launched a counter-attack and the Russians were repelled.
A week later, the second Courland battle began. The 7./«Norge» defended height 126.1, which was attacked by Russian panzer and infantry, mainly attacking the company’s right flank. The first attacked was stopped, but the Russians launched a second attack. The company was in danger of being surrounded when company commander Willi Hund, was ordered to counter-attack, which eventually eliminated the threat.
After the third Courland battle, the 10th was pulled out, consisting of only 19 survivors.
During January 1945 the two «Norge» battalions were located at Priekulen. By the end of the month, the entire III. (Germanic) Panzer Corps was pulled out of Courland. Then, about only 60 Norwegians were left in «Norge».10
But the rest was to be short. The SS units were forced to retreat towards Stargard. In spite of to enemy attacks, the city of Schlagenthin was held by the «Nordland» forces, though both 6th and 7th company suffered heavy losses. Then Regiment «Norge» participated, as a part of Steiners army, in Operation «Sonnenwende». Their assignment was to free a battle group that was surrounded in the city of Arnswalde east of Stettin, a task which they managed to complete. In co-operation with the «Danmark» regiment, «Norge» managed to «free» the city. The 11th company, supported by only one Kцnigstiger, in addition to some old Volkssturm men, was assigned to conquer the city of Ebenau.
But the units were soon forced to retreat. The SS soldiers were driven from outpost to outpost. By mid April, only 30-50 Norwegians were left in the regiment.11
The Nordland division was sent to Berlin, where it took part in the desperate last struggles, side-by-side with elderly men of the Volkssturm, youngsters from the Hitler Youth and, Latvian SS volunteers, and French soldiers in the «Charlemagne» division. Regiment «Norge» had lost about every vehicle. On the 22nd of April «Norge» fought together with the Danish regiment by Karlshorst. The «Norge» and «Danmark» regiments were now only at a battalion's size in total and were united under the command of SS-Sturmbannfьhrer Rudolf Ternedde. Their task was now to defend government buildings around the Brandenburger Tor. On the 28th of April the remnants fought by Splittmarkt and on the Eastern side of Hitler’s chancellery.
The struggle continued. The conditions worsened for the soldiers: There were lack of food and medicine. In his book De som tapte krigen (Those who lost the war) Norwegian author Kjell Fjшrtoft has described SS-Untersturmfuhrer Knut Trygve Bakken's experiences in Berlin:
Suddenly it explodes around them. Bullets and grenades. The Russians are shooting with both machine guns and artillery. They run and run. Fragments from grenades and bullets are all around them. Many of the boys are lying bleeding in the street. But it is not possible to stop to help them. That will be death. Everybody are totally exhausted. The fighting spirit is gone. From now on you can only survive from minute to minute, from hour to hour. For those being capable of that. 12
At last the remnants of the division managed to break out through the Russian lines. They surrendered to the Americans at Ludwigslust. Others were capture by the Russians.
01.05.1943 - 08.01.1944: SS-Obersturmbannfьhrer Wolfgang Jorechel
08.01.1944 - 25.02.1944: SS-Obersturmbannfьhrer Arnold Stoffers
25.02.1944 - 14.03.1944: SS-Sturmbannfьhrer Albrecht Krьgel
14.03.1944 - 01.01.1945: SS-Obersturmbannfьhrer Fritz Knцchlein
01.01.1945 - 08.01.1945: SS-Obersturmbannfьhrer Fritz Geiger
00.02.1945 - 24.04.1945: SS-Obersturmbannfьhrer Wilhelm Kцrbel
24.04.1945 - 02.05.1945: SS-Obersturmbannfьhrer Rudolf Ternedde
NORWEGIAN BATTALION & COMPANY COMMANDERS
- SS-Sturmbannfьhrer Finn G. Finson (01.06.1943 - 02.11.1943)
- SS-Hauptsturmfьhrer Olaf T. Lindvig (00.05.1943 - 16.07.1943)
- SS-Hauptsturmfьhrer Olaf T. Lindvig (01.09.1943 - 06.09.1943)
- SS-Hauptsturmfьhrer Olaf T. Lindvig (08.11.1943 - 15.01.1944) (WIA)
- SS-Untersturmfьhrer Eirik Mytting (15.01.1944 - 15.01.1944) (WIA)13
- SS-Untersturmfьhrer Rolf Harry Jansen (00.12.1944 - 00.01.1945)?
- SS-Obersturmfьhrer Tor Marstrader (01.06.1943 - 08.11.1943)
- SS-Untersturmfьhrer Henrik S. Pedersen (15.01.1944 - 31.01.1944) (KIA)
- SS-Untersturmfьhrer Felix Thorsen (1945 - 1945)
- SS-Untersturmfьhrer Oscar Strшmsnes (01.03.1945 - 19.03.1945)
- SS-Untersturmfьhrer Birger Kvammen (? - ?)
- SS-Obersturmfьhrer Kristian Prytz (29.10.1943 - 13.11.1943)
- SS-Untersturmfьhrer Ivar Grшnnerшd (18.01.1944 - 11.02.1944)
- Frode Halle (23.10.1943 - ?)
- Njaal Bjшrkelid (00.00.1945 - 19.03.1945)
- SS-Untersturmfьhrer Harald Sшdahl (25.02.1944 - 27.02.1944)
- SS-Untersturmfьhrer Emil Bruun-Evers (26.03.1944 - 07.04.1944) (KIA)
- SS-Standartenoberjunker? Johan Petter Balstad (07.04.1944 - 00.05.1944)?
- SS-Untersturmfьhrer Trond Prytz (23.07.1944 - 29.07.1944)
- SS-Untersturmfьhrer Hеkon Windingstad (00.08.1944 - 25.09.1944)
- SS-Untersturmfьhrer Johan Petter Balstad (30.09.1944 - 02.10.1944)
- SS-Untersturmfьhrer Hеkon Windingstad (00.03.1945 - 00.03.1945)
- Hans Georg Holter (01.06.1943 - 12.12.1943)
- SS-Obersturmfьhrer Kristian Prytz (12.12.1943 13.02.1944) (KIA)
- SS-Untersturmfьhrer Gшsta Myrvold (27.02.1944 - 00.02.1944)
- SS-Untersturmfьhrer Kaare Brynestad (06.03.1944 - 17.03.1944)
- SS-Untersturmfьhrer Ivar Grшnnerшd (17.03.1944 - 15.06.1944) (WIA?)
- SS-Untersturmfьhrer Borger Dahl Larssen
- SS-Untersturmfьhrer Kеre Brynestad
- SS-Untersturmfьhrer Per Halse (02.02.1944 - 03.02.1944)
- SS-Unterscharfьhrer Reidar Leithe (1944 - 1944)
- SS-Obersturmfьhrer Peter Thomas Sandborg (00.00.1944 - 00.00.1944)
- SS-Untersturmfьhrer Torgeir Lofthus (? - 1945)
- SS-Untersturmfьhrer Kaare Brynestad
- SS-Hauptsturmfьhrer Egil Reidar Haakon Hoel (01.06.1943 - 12.10.1943)
FIELD POST NUMBERS
I. Bataillon 32298
II. Bataillon 42264
III. Bataillon 32878
14. Kompanie 38387
15. Kompanie 33725
16. Kompanie 43509
Re: Дивизия "Нордланд"
An SS soldier throws a hand grenade towards the Russians at Narva.
Re: Дивизия "Нордланд"
Olaf Lindvig 5/43-7/16/43
Wolfgang Rendemann 7/16/43-09/01/43
Olaf Lindvig 09/01/43-09/06/43
Wolfgang Rendemann 09/06/43-09/28/43
Hans Ahlf 09/28/43-09/29/43
Wolfgang Rendemann 09/29/43-11/08/43
Olaf Lindvig 11/08/43-01/15/44
Eirik Mytting 01/15/44-01/15/44
Werner Zoebel 01/15/44-01/17/44
Ferdinand Koglnig 01/17/44-?/?/44
Otto von Bargen 6/1/43-10/12/43
Kristian Prytz 10/29/43-11/13/43
Otto Von Bargen 11/13/43-01/15/44
Heniz Twesmann 01/15/44-01/17/44
Heinz Fechner 01/17/44-02/06/44
Stephan Lellinger 07/43?-01/44?
Ivar Grшnnerшd 01/18/44?-02/11/44?
Erich Dahm 1/44-1/28/44
Clemens Dederichs 1/28/44-2/2/44
Erich Dahm 2/25/44-3/44?
Dr. Rudolf Loisl ?-3/13/44?
Josef Bachmeier 6/44?-7/28/44
Otto Hohenstatt 7/44?-9/23/44
Kurt Periscke 9/23/44-10/27/44
Siegfried Lьngen 10/16/44-?
Njaal Bjшrkelid ?-3/19/45
Erhard Gцttlich 1/6/43-25/02/44
Harald Sшdahl 25/2/44-27/2/44
Dieter Radbruch 27/2/44-2/3/44
Dr. Rudolf Loisl 2/3/44-?/3/44
Heinz Wienke 13/3/44-26/3/44
Heinz Gцtte 5/5/44-29/7/44
Emil Bruun-Evers ?-7/5/44
Johann Balstad 7/5/44-?
Trond Prytz 23/7/44-29/7/44
Haakon Windingstad ?/8/44-25/9/44
Johann Balstad 30/9/44-2/10/44
Dr. Rudolf Kroiss ?/10/44-16/10/44
Haakon Windingstad ?/3/45-01/03/45
Hans Georg Holter 6/1/43-12/12/43
Kristian Prytz 12/12/43-2/13/44 (KiA 2/13/44)
Clemens Dederichs 2/13/44-3/10/44 (KiA 3/10/44)
Otto von Bargen April-June 44
Willi Hund 6/15/44-5/2/45
Walter Kцrner 1/6/43-1/9/43
Erich Dahm 1/9/43-?
Walter Kцrner ?-3/3/44
Dr. Rudolf Loisl ?/3/44-?
Herbert Riedel ?-?
Walter Kцrner 28/04/44-?/7/44
Herbert Riedel ?/7/44-?/7/44
Erich Dahm ?/7/44-2/11/44
Herbert Riedel 11/44?-03/45?
Willi Hund 4/16/45?
Richard Sporle 6/1/43?-1/44?
Max-Friedrich Heinze 1/25/44-2/27/44
Gцsta Myhrvold 2/27/44-2/44?
Kaare Brynestad 3/6/44-3/17/44
Ivar Grцnnerцd 3/17/44-6/15/44
Otto Hohenstatt 6/44-6/44?
Otto Bothe 6/15/44?-9/44?
Otto Mehler 9/44?-3/15/45
Elvind Schrцder 3/15/45-3/15/45
Martin Gьrz 6/1/43-2/2/44
Hans Ahlf 2/4/44-6/20/44
Anton Hugger 6/20/44-3/9/45
Albert Bergfeld 6/1/43?-
Christen Dall 12/43-7/27/44
Jakob Lichtenberger 2/10/44-10/44
Erich Dahm 01/45?
Max Hцchst 1/44-?
Jakob Lichtenberger 2/22/44-?
? Petersen ?/?
Kaare Brynestad ?/?
16. Kompanie (Pionier)
Egil Reidar Haakon Hoel 6/1/43-10/12/43
Herbert Arionius 10/12/43-?
Josef Schirmer 12/28/43-2/13/44
? Schuster 2/13/44?-?
A soldier at the Narva front carrying an MG-42.
«Nordland» soldiers at Narva 1944
An SS soldier at Narva
An SS soldier in the trenches at Narva
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A half-track belonging to the Nordland division in Berlin 1945. The dead soldier on the right is identified as a Swedish Waffen-SS volunteer. The location is most likely Friedrichsstraße
а что именно то интересно?
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Спасибо за информацию
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Рад помочь.Если что обращайся.
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это разве не викинговский броник???
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на фото мы видем бронетранспортер дивизии "Нордланд", "Викинга" в Берлине не было, щаз лень искать, а так известны даже ФИО убитого шведа, которого мы видим на фото. Стандартным флагом в теме назван флаг Датского корпуса "Шальбург" невходившего в состав данной дивизии.
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А что можно сказать про эту фотку (качество, к сожалению только такое, пока)? Мотопехота дивизии "Викинг"?
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симпатичная, не видел, такую, качество правда не очень, один хлопец кажись в зимней шапке?
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Тот, что у машины, вроде в зимней шапке с козырьком. Качество чуть позже будет...