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2 edition of Records of German Army areas (Wehrkreise) found in the catalog.

Records of German Army areas (Wehrkreise)

Records of German Army areas (Wehrkreise)

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Published by American Historical Association, American Committee for the Study of War Documents in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Germany. -- Heer,
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Regimental histories -- Germany,
  • Germany -- History -- 1918-1933 -- Sources,
  • Germany -- History -- 1933-1945 -- Sources,
  • Germany -- History, Military -- Sources

  • Edition Notes

    National Archives Collection of Foreign Records Seized, 1941-. Record Group 242

    SeriesNational Archives microcopy -- no. T-79, National Archives microfilm publications -- microcopy no. T79
    ContributionsAmerican Historical Association. Committee for the Study of War Documents
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination315 microfilm reels
    Number of Pages315
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15354218M

    The records are mostly in the German language, with some transcriptions, translations, and commentary by U.S. Army War College officers, done in July Many records are transcriptions of originals formerly in the custody of the Reichsarchiv in Potsdam, Germany. Online World War II Indexes and Records - USA A Genealogy Guide Online World War II Indexes and Records - USA. World War II Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File This database contains records of aboout 9 million men and women who enlisted in the United States Army, including the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC, later WAC). Although incomplete, the records contain data .

    This series consists of copies of records which were created by the German Geheime Staatspolizei (Gestapo) during World War II, captured by the U.S. military, and compiled and used after the war by the International Tracing Service and later the Departmental Records Branch&#;s Captured Records Section. They include copies of German records: camp records, transport lists, and medical data. - Search Military Records has searchable indexes; database results and some digitized images are available with a fee-based subscription. German Casualties in the Franco-Prussian War, / Deutsche Verluste im Deutsch-Franz.

      alot of military records were destroyed, unless you have family you can contact and ask it may be hard. all veterans of the german armed forces received a pension if eligible, this may be an alternate canal to venture down if you can find out the correct department to contact in berlin or kassel. i know to this day my family has not heard of my cousin that was last heard of in east prussia. so.   Records of German field commands. Corps. NARA T [Catalog Record] Records of German field commands, divisions. NARA T; Records of German field commands: rear areas, occupied territories, and others. NARA T [Catalog Record] German military field and technical manuals, NARA T; Records of Headquarters of the German Air Force.


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Records of German Army areas (Wehrkreise) Download PDF EPUB FB2

The following pamphlet lists the archives where existing military records for each state are found: Reschke, Horst A.

German Military Records as Genealogical Sources. Salt Lake City, Utah: Reschke, (Family History Library book M2r; fiche ; computer number ). Records Relating to German Prisoners of War, –, National Archives NAID ; Although some of these records are available to view online, you may need to visit or contact the National Archives to obtain or view some of the records.

Although finding German army WWII service records will likely be a challenge, it is sure to bring a. German Genealogy Records and Germany City Directories at Ancestry (requires payment) Ancestry's World Explorer collection of genealogy records includes German city directories and address books (Adressbuch) with about 27 million total listings; and some German church books, German emigration indexes, German military records, and other items.

Online German Genealogy Records and Databases - German Roots. Army. Records of Headquarters, German Army High Command (Oberkommando des Heeres/OKH). Microfilm Publication T rolls. (GG 12, 29, 30, 82, 87, 91, 96 and T/rolls 18 and 28) Records of German Army Areas (Wehrkreise).

Microfilm Publication T rolls. (GG 34 and T/rolls 22 and 24) Records of German Field Commands: Army Groups. Publication Title: Records of German Army Areas Date Published: n.d. RECORDS OF GERMAN ARMY AREAS Roll Description WK VI/ - Feld - und Uebungsausstattungen. Mar 1 - Correspondence and directives concerning training and job assignment list of.

If you are looking for person-related information on German military personnel, please take note of the hints compiled on the page Personal Documents of Military Provenance until At the end of this page, you will find further information on other specific areas of military.

Types of Military Records "The earliest German military records, which began aroundusually list only the names of the soldiers. Records from the middle s often give information about promotions, places served, pensions, conduct, and other details concerning the soldier's military career.

In addition, these records may include the. As a branch of the German Federal Archive system, this office is a contact point for information on specific personnel questions relating to those who survived WWII.

For information on German veterans MIA or KIA during WWII, please see WASt below. Address: Bundesarchiv-Personalarchiv Abteigarten 6 Aachen Deutschland Phone: There are, however, military church books maintained by the military chaplains for individual regiments which have been filmed by the LDS Family History Library.

The following pamphlet lists the archives where existing military records for each state are found: Reschke, Horst A. German Military Records as Genealogical Sources.

The German Army (German: Heer, German: (), lit. 'Army') was the land forces component of the Wehrmacht, the regular German Armed Forces, from until it ceased to exist in and then formally dissolved in August During World War II, a total of about million soldiers served in the German personnel were made up of volunteers and conscripts.

The records of the German military, unlike those of the mostly civilian RfL, extended well beyond Germany’s prewar borders, into Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. The material had been moved.

About Germany and Surrounding Areas, Address Books, This database is a collection of city address books for select cities in Germany and surrounding areas for the years Generally, a city address book will contain an alphabetical list of citizens, listing the names of the heads of households, their addresses, and.

military operation for occupying the Baltic states. With the directive No of 9 June the plan was put into action 2.

While Paris fell to the German troops on 14 Junethe Soviet Union started to carry out the plan of occupying the Baltic states. Estonia. United States Army Center of Military History. Other Useful Sites Below are other useful sites for research in Germany.

Note: Some sites may require a subscription to see the full records. Thousands of genealogical records of many types ; Find a Grave 42 million names gathered from cemeteries throughout the world ; Many vital, birth, marriage, death, and other records ; Germany World Gen Web Various genealogical.

In sequence of time, this study is a continuation of Department of the Army CMH PubThe German Campaigns in the Balkans (Spring ), of November The material for this study was obtained from German military records now in the custody of The Adjutant General, Department of the Army.

Except for some Reichsmarine (navy) records, almost all individual documents from the Prussian army are lost. Records on navy members from the years between and might available from the Deutsche Dienststelle (as detailed above).

Records on combatants from Bavaria, Württemberg, Baden and Saxony are kept in local archives. Germany, Military and Marine Weekly Publications, (in German) 81, Germany, Women in Flossenbürg Branch Camps (Hans Brenner Book Lists), Free. Get the best deals on Original WW I German Books when you shop the largest online selection at Free shipping on many items Book The GERMAN ARMY By Didier Laine Spike Helmet Collector Reference.

$ ORIGINAL PRE WWI / WWI GERMAN GARDE KORPS SOLDIERS ID / RECORDS BOOK. $ Free shipping. Records of army areas; Records of army rear areas and occupied territories; Microfilm Copies of Records of the German Navy General records; Records of the Navy High Command Records of the German Air Force (bulk ) Microfilm copies of records of the Air Force High Command.

Records written in German may also be found in Switzerland, Austria, and parts of Poland, France, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Denmark, and other places that Germans settled. Even if you don't speak or read German, however, you can still make sense of most genealogical documents found in Germany with the understanding of a few key German words.Commanders and locations of the German Army.

The overall commander of the Imperial German Army was Kaiser Wilhelm Chief of the General Staff was Generaloberst Helmuth von Moltke the Younger, with General Hermann von Stein as Deputy Departmental chiefs were Oberst Tappen (Operations Branch), Oberstleutnant Hentsch (Intelligence Branch), Major Nicolai (Secret Service).