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  • * [[German Armed Forces Badge of Marksmanship]], 1st Grade (24 February 1940)<ref name ...l 2000, p. 127.</ref>{{refn|No evidence of the award can be found in the [[German Federal Archives]]. Gerhard von Seemen in his second edition of the ''Die R
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  • ...ich would make it unlawful. Fellgiebel names Hermann Buch, the former IIa (personnel administration) of the [[2nd SS Panzer Division Das Reich|2. SS-Division "D |language=German
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  • *[[German Cross]] in Gold ...t short notice. They defended a bridge across the [[Oder]] river until the German forces were evacuated across the river in March 1945, for which Jürgens wa
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  • ...rding to Ernst-Günther Krätschmer was the 6 May 1945. Mr Meentz of the [[German Federal Archives]] stated on 20 July 2004 that it cannot be verified that H |language=German
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  • ...cipients.html}}</ref>{{refn|No evidence of the award can be found in the [[German Federal Archives]]. The award was unlawfully presented by SS-[[Oberstgruppe |language=German
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  • ...igade<br> Four Artillery Regiments<br> One UK (RM) Commando<br> Naval Task Force 'J'<br> Batteries (RM) Centaur tank ....) Army Headquarters. The Campaign in North-West Europe: Information from German Sources, Part II: Invasion and Battle of Normandy (6 Jun - 22 Aug 44) Para
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  • |placeofburial=[[La Cambe German war cemetery]] ...June 1944.<ref>Grenadiers By Kurt Meyer p.234</ref> Beck is buried at the German Cemetery at [[La Cambe]] near Caen, France.
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  • {{for|the German chemist|Heinrich Debus (chemist)}} |awards=[[Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross]]<br>[[German Cross]] in Gold<br>[[Iron Cross|Iron Cross 1st Class]]<br>[[Iron Cross|Iron
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  • ...{refn|No evidence of the award to Karl-Heinz Bühler can be found in the [[German Federal Archives]]. The award was presumably awarded by SS-[[Oberstgruppenf |language=German
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  • *[[German Cross]] in Gold ...5th SS Panzer Grenadier Regiment ''[[Totenkopf]]'' and also awarded the [[German Cross]] in gold. In 1944 he was given command of the II.5th SS Panzer Grena
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  • |language=German ...1945 The Holders of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross 1939 by Army, Air Force, Navy, Waffen-SS, Volkssturm and Allied Forces with Germany According to th
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  • ...awful presentation. Fellgiebel's sources are Hermann Buch, the former IIa (personnel administration) of the [[2nd SS Panzer Division Das Reich|2. SS-Division "D |language=German
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  • |awards=[[Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross]]<br />[[German Cross]] in Gold<br />[[Iron Cross|Iron Cross 1st Class]]<br />[[Iron Cross| ...presentation. Fellgiebel states the sources Hermann Buch, the former IIa (personnel administration) of the [[2nd SS Panzer Division Das Reich|2. SS-Division "D
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  • '''Hans Klein''' (* 1921 - † 1998) was a German Gefreiter in the Afrika Korps during World War II. ...g qualities of one of the Third Reich’s most famous fighting formations. German prisoners heard about the Holocaust relatively early, around July 1945, and
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  • ...er and another paratrooper each threw 2 grenades, none of which killed the German. Cobb later made one attempt with a grenade of his own, killing the wounded ...er when he wasn't drinking, but if there was a bottle in the middle of the German HQ, he would go out and get it! That was his problem. As a combat guy, he w
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  • * [[German Cross]] in Gold on 18 December 1944 as SS-''[[Untersturmführer]]'' in the |language=German
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  • |eligibility=Military personnel ...SS Volunteer Cavalry Division ''Maria Theresia''.''' was a [[Nazi Germany|German]] [[Waffen SS]] [[cavalry]] [[division (military)|division]] which saw acti
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  • |eligibility=Military personnel ...1945 The Holders of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross 1939 by Army, Air Force, Navy, Waffen-SS, Volkssturm and Allied Forces with Germany According to th
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  • * [[German Cross]] in Gold on 29 March 1944 as ''Unteroffizier'' in the 12./Nachtjagdg * Aders, Gebhard (1978). ''History of the German Night Fighter Force, 1917–1945''. Janes Publishing, London. ISBN 0-354-01247-9
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  • |eligibility=Military personnel ...'''17th SS Panzer Grenadier Division ''Götz von Berlichingen''.''' was a German [[Waffen-SS]] [[mechanised infantry]] [[Division (military)|division]] whic
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