Un "SS-Rottenführer" utilisant une lunette d'aquisition "Richtkreis 31" sans son scope. La photo a été colorisée, mais je l'ai tout de même intégrée dans cette galerie car je suis intrigué par le calot de ce "SS-Rottenführer", et tout particulièrement l'insigne fixée inhabituellement sur le côté.
To this day, the German head of the Gestapo, Heinrich Müller, remains the senior most figure of the Nazi regime ever captured. Although historians found a death certificate that says he died in Berlin in 1945, it's impossible to prove its legitimacy. Some reports say that Müller was spotted in Cuba and Argentina long after that. At one point, a man in Panama named Francis Willard Keith was believed to be Müller himself. Even Müller's wife thought it was him! Unfortunately, fingerprint…
The commander of Regimental Combat Team Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler SS Standartenführer (Colonel) Fritz Witt (right) poses the problem of their soldier. Photography is an interesting headdress of a soldier in the foreground. Time taken: 08/24/1943
(09) Commanders SS-Sturmbannführer Herbert Garthe (? November 1941 - ? February 1942) SS-Oberführer Otto Reich (? February 1942 - 1 April 1942) SS-Obersturmbannführer Arved Theuermann (1 April 1942 - ?) SS-Standartenführer Josef Fitzthum (? - ?) SS-Brigadeführer Jürgen Wagner (20 April 1944 - 1 May 1945)