Hans Collani

German SS and Waffen-SS 1923-1945.
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Hans Collani

Post by Bagaudas » Thu Dec 21, 2017 9:34 am

Good afternoon



In this photograph, Hans Collani, or I think he is that officer, offers next to another officer, and two soldiers. Please, does anyone know who that SS-Untersturmführer is? or to which company of the "De Ruyter" belong these soldiers, if it has been identified.

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Re: Hans Collani

Post by Massimiliano Afiero » Fri Dec 29, 2017 12:35 pm

No, in the photo, are SS-Hstuf. Scholz, first from the left and SS-Rttf. Strapatin, third from the left.

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Re: Hans Collani

Post by Bagaudas » Fri Dec 29, 2017 12:58 pm

Go, so seen in profile I suggested more the figure of Collani, but if he says it is Scholz, I say nothing. I suppose it's time they celebrated the SS-Rttf decoration. Strapatin.

In any case, thank you very much.

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Re: Hans Collani

Post by Massimiliano Afiero » Sat Dec 30, 2017 1:10 am

Hi friend, do you have seen my book about Nederland Division (Schiffer Publishing)? In the book, there are more photos of Collani.

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Re: Hans Collani

Post by Bagaudas » Sat Dec 30, 2017 6:48 am

Hi, Max

No, I have not bought it, but I am thinking of buying that book, and others that you have published, and if I am interested. I have some books, about the II SS Panzerkorps, the 11 SS-Freiwilligen PzGr. Division "Norland". Something from the 4 SS-Freiwilligen PzGr. Brigade, the 23 SS-Frw. PzGr. Division "Nederland". The majority written by Wilhelm Tieke. And they are fine, but good to older if they have more data, it is always interesting. And above all, I am interested in the battle of Budapest. I also have books on the subject of Budapest.

I loved finding data, very interesting and that from what I see, people do not comment anything about three officers of the 3rd SS-Panzer Regiment, in your book about the division "Totenkopf". And that as far as what I see or people do not relate data, or take out what you think, I sent a long time ago an answer about the last officers of both I and II./3 SS-Pz Rgt., And little case It was given to me. It is a unit with a large amount of data, and with great difficulty to find them, many of their officers were in other units. And those last data I took them out of your book, that's why I repeat you I loved finding these data concretely. I know I could have found them in other books, but it is difficult to add data related to an officer's diary.

In any case, yes, I already have several books of yours.

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