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Old 10th June 2019, 23:28
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Re: German docs in TSAMO

Thank you for this find, NagaSadow!

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Re: German docs in TSAMO

Thanks for pointing that one out. Something else on the reel of possible interest—although off-topic for TOCH—is the list (starting at frame 245) of men posted missing from SS-Panzergrenadier Ausbildung und Ersatz Bataillon 16 during the Battle of Arnhem.

Also in the OKH files, item 441 is a set of graphs about the Romanian air defences (Flak and fighters), plus data on the production and delivery of Bf 109 G-6.
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Re: German docs in TSAMO

For those interested in Norway/J.G. 5 Eismeer/Tirpitz/Ehrler
Findbuch 12453 - Oberkommando der Kriegsmarine (OKM) Akte 79
should be very interesting. A whole file about the RAF attack in November 1944 and the Luftwaffe's defense.
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Thank you for this interesting documents regarding Norway
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Findbuch 12453 - Oberkommando der Kriegsmarine (OKM) Akte 79
should be very interesting. A whole file about the RAF attack in November 1944 and the Luftwaffe's defense.
Thank you, NagaSadow!
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Re: German docs in TSAMO

Does anyone know what the status of the project is ? It's been quite a while since nothing has been uploaded and there are still quite a bit of documents in the list :

https://www.ifz-muenchen.de/fileadmi...9cbersicht.pdf
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Re: German docs in TSAMO

Two new entries :

Findbuch 12464 - Heeresgruppen Nr. 1-6 ( only early stuff, 1939 etc )
Findbuch 12463 - Reichsministerien und andere Behörden des deutschen Reiches, 1917-1945
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Findbuch 12463 - Reichsministerien und andere Behörden des deutschen Reiches, 1917-1945
Thanks Mihal,

Looking at Akte 198 in that series, there's a lot there about aircraft production and repair in the occupied territories.
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Thanks. Definitely merits in depth study.

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Re: German docs in TSAMO

Thanks Mihai,


Findbuch 12463 Akte 201 is certainly for the respected authors of "Luftwaffe Officer Career Summaries".


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