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World War II- SS Black Uniforms of Nazi German Waffen SS Officer Uniform.This black coat is made of wool. It has a red armband bearing the swastika, rank tabs on the collar, and silver shoulder boards worn by high ranking officers.

Günther Viezenz (1 February 1921 – 14 January 1999) was a highly decorated German Hauptmann in the Wehrmacht. Vienzez was born in Göhlenau (Golińsk), Province of Lower Silesia Viezenz is the record-holder of the Tank Destruction Badge. He single handedly destroyed 21 enemy tanks with hand held explosives such as a panzerfaust, satchel charge or hand grenade. He was awarded four Tank Destruction Badges in Gold and one in Silver. After World War II Viezenz joined the Bundeswehr on April 1…

Günther Viezenz – Hauptmann in the Wehrmacht. Vienzez was the record-holder of the Tank Destruction Badge. He single handedly destroyed 21 enemy tanks with hand held explosives such as a panzerfaust, satchel charge or hand grenade.

German officer  A german army officer commanding a Sturmgeschütz III Ausf. A (Russia 1942)

744 x 1024 pixels - KB Peter Frantz as a StuG commander 272 x 388 pixels - KB Peter Frantz as Hauptmann

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Oberfeldwebel Stefan Litjens ---  Flugzeugführer 4./Jagdgeschwader 53.- http://www.das-ritterkreuz.de/index_search_db.php4?modul=search_result_det&wert1=3816&searchword=litjens

Oberfeldwebel (Wehrmacht) Hauptfeldwebel (Bundeswehr) Stefan "Steff" Litjens October 1913 – 25 February fighter ace credited with 38 victories in 444 missions. Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross on 21 June 1943 as Oberfeldwebel and pilot in the 53

A Nordic volunteer of the Nordland division while at SS-Junkerschule Bad Tölz. The Badge above the Armbands is hard to make out but from the shape & what can be seen it looks like exactly like a badge from another photo of a Finnish Volunteer of the Nordland i shared awhile back. A good amount of Finnish went to the Bad Tölz so that wouldn’t be wrong… Any identification thoughts are always welcome! I tried Google searching the photo but i got nothing,  got the photo from Rei...

A Nordic volunteer of the Nordland division while at SS-Junkerschule Bad Tölz.

Oberleutnant Peter Kiesgen won the Knights Cross on 5 Oct 1941 during Operation Barbarossa as Führer of 1./Infanterie-Regiment 239 of the 106. Infanterie-Division. He wears five tank destruction badge on his right sleeve, each one awarded for the single-handed destruction of an enemy tank. Other medals include the Infantry Assault Badge, Iron Cross First and Second Class, Wounded Badge in Black and interesting on his right center of the pocket the Spanish Cross in Bronze with Swords.

Hauptmann Peter Kiesgen November 1915 - 22 March Knights Cross of the Iron Cross on 05 October 1941 Leutnant Leader of the 239

Heinz Harmel (June 29, 1906 - September 2, 2000) was a German Waffen-SS General during World War II. He was also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords. The Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords was awarded to recognise extreme battlefield bravery or successful military leadership.

Brigadier General, Waffen SS Heinz Harmel, who commanded the SS Panzer Division "Frundsberg" in the latter part of the war. Recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords.

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Siegfried Brosow

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