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FRONT UND HEIMAT PART 1, LIST OF CONTENTS – FOTOS

 

Russia. Kramatorsk, destroyed “Stalin” arms factory. Bomb cartridges

 

 

Russia. Ponton bridge, 1943                                     From Serbia to Poland, May 1941

 

LIST OF CONTENTS – FOTOS

 

1. Germany  
   1.01. Soldiers and their families    1.07. War of Bombs
   1.02. Home, Family, Leisure    1.08. Military hospitals; Wounded
   1.03. Work and Service    1.09. POW Camps
   1.04. Childhood and Youth    1.10. Germany as Theatre of war
   1.05. Town views    1.11. Various
   1.06. Trip on the Rhine river 1943  
2. Soldiers and Military  
   2.01. Instruction and exercise    2.13. Bridges and streets
   2.02. Life in the barracks    2.14. Camps and quarters
   2.03. Navy    2.15. Provisioning
   2.04. Air force and air defence    2.16. Arms and Weapons
   2.05. Military music    2.17. Leisure and recreation
   2.06. “Gebirgsjäger” (Mountain rangers)    2.18. Festivals and holidays
   2.07. Telegraph and telephone    2.19. Mail and army-post
   2.08. Portraits and photos of groups    2.20. Military hospitals; Wounded
   2.09. Soldiers marriages    2.21. Cemeteries and graves
   2.10. Transport and march    2.22. Death and captivity in the East
   2.11. Railways    2.23. Various
   2.12. Vehicles and cars  
3. Bohemia, Slovakia  
4. Poland  
   4.01. Advance    4.07. Contacts to the population
   4.02. Streets and bridges    4.08. Soldiers’ life
   4.03. Captured and destroyed equipment    4.09. Villages and farmers
   4.04. Destructions    4.10. The town of Tarnogrod
   4.05 Prisoners of War    4.11. Town and village views
   4.06. Soldiers’ graves    4.12. Jews and Ghetto
5. Scandinavia  
   5.01. Denmark    5.03. Finland
   5.02. Norway  
6. West  
   6.01. Western front before May 1940    6.09. Soldiers’ graves
   6.02. Advance    6.10. Battlefields, monuments,

            cemeteries, First World War

   6.03. Destroyed and left equipment    6.11. Soldiers’ life
   6.04. Destructions    6.12. Bridges
   6.05. Dunkerque and Ostende 1940    6.13. Railways (without destructions)
   6.06. Douai, Dep. Nord, Destructions

            and views

   6.14. Railwaymen in Douai, Dep. Nord,

            1940–1941

   6.07. Prisoners of War    6.15. Views of towns and sites
   6.08. Contacts to the population  
7. The Balcans  
   7.01. Jugoslavia    7.03. Romania
   7.02. Greece    7.04. Bulgaria
8. Russia (Soviet Union)  
   8.01. Before the German attack    8.11. Operation against partisans
   8.02. Advance    8.12. Towns
   8.03. Advance to Moscou    8.13. Smolensk
   8.04. Fight    8.14. “Stalin” tank factory at Kramatorsk
   8.05. Destroyed military equipment    8.15. Villages and farmers
   8.06. Destructions    8.16. Railways, streets, bridges, rivers
   8.07. Prisoners of War    8.17. Railway building site, Ukraine
   8.08. Soldiers’ life    8.18. Russian winter
   8.09. Soldiers’ graves    8.19. Atrocities
   8.10. Commanders    8.20. Retreat and defeat
9. Uncertain: Poland, The West or Soviet Union 
10. Italy  
11. North Africa  
12. An Album from the Western front – Strasbourg – Poland, 1939–1940
   12.01. Near Kehl, 1939 until May 1940    12.03. Transport to Poland, Warszaw
   12.02. Kehl – Strasbourg until Okt. 1940    12.04. Poland – Eastern Prussia
13. The Album of a railwayman in France 1940–1941
   13.01. Ride from Germany to Douai    13.05. Railway construction, bridges,

              bridge construction

   13.02. Douai, Destructions and views    13.06. Soldier’s graves from 1940
   13.03. Destroyed vehicles and airplanes    13.07. Battlefields and soldiers’ graves

              from World War I

   13.04. Railwaymens’ life
14. The 707. Infantry Division in the Soviet Union 1941–1942
   14.01. Ride to the East – Army barracks    14.06. Briansk, Russia, since May 1942
   14.02. Bakszty, Belorussia,

              Winter 1941–42

   14.07. Skaba and Radiza, Russia,

              May 1942

   14.03. Bieholin, Belorussia,

              February–March 1942

   14.08. Orlowski, Russia, June – July 1942
   14.04. Transfer via Minsk, March 1942    14.09. At the railroad, Russia, Aug. 1942
   14.05. Operation „Bamberg“    14.10. Further images from Russia
15. Photo album “Warszaw Ghetto 1942”  
16. The VII. Army Corps in Poland 1939  
   16.01. General    16.02. The VII. Army Corps proper
   16.03. The 7. Infantry Division (Munich)    16.04. The 1. Mountain Division
17. The 57. Infantry Division in Poland and France 1939–1940
   17.01. General    17.03. Germany
   17.02. Poland    17.04. France
18. Switzerland  

 

LIST OF CONTENTS – WRITTEN AND PRINTED MATTERS

 

1. Military  
2. Soldiers killed in action and wounded  
3. Military souvenir magazines  
4. Picture postcards for soldiers  
4 A. Songbook Christmas in war, 1942  
7. Allied propaganda leaflets  
9. Prisoners of war in German custody (Germans as POWs in allied custody on special CD!)
10. Aerial warfare  
12. Rationing and providing  
13. Work and Labour  
13 A. Study  
14. Agriculture  
17. Childhood and youth  
18. Matrimony and family  
19. Documents  
20. Cars  
21. Railway (Civil traffic)  
22. Culture, cinema and entertainment  
24. Churches  
25. Collecting and giving  
26. Money and finances  
28. Post (Mail)  
29. Postage stamps according to Michel catalogue
      29.05 France 29.09 Norway
      29.10 Croatia  
30. Concentration camps, Persecution of the Jews, Terror
30 A. Evidence of “Arian” origine  
32. Evacuated, resettler, refugees  
33. Brochures and books  
      1. Announcements, publishers’ programs 2. Bathe, Feldzug der 18 Tage, 1939
      3. Frauen am Werk, 1940 4. Strasbourg, Illustrated Guide, 1941
      5. Das feldgraue Spruchbuch, 1941 6. Weigert, Geschichte der

    der deutschen Kunst, 1942

      7. Gerhard Scholtz, Wir gehören

          für immer zusammen, 1942

8. Schwartz’sches Vorbereitungsbuch

    Geschichte, 1943

      9. Various  
35. Special magazines  
      1. Westermann Monatshefte Oct. 1939 2. Der Bergsteiger, 1940–1941
      3. Soldatenblätter 3, 1942 4. Soldatenblätter 6, 1943
36. Various newspapers and informations  
40. Various poems  
42. Small advertisements  
43. Advertisements (general)  
44. Advertisements with and for soldiers  
46 A. General Government (Poland)  
46 B. France  
49. Various  

 

  

Soviet air plane shot down near Temlino                          Soldier’s grave, Poland, 1939

 

Please notice that the descriptions of the photos on the CD are in German. The size and therewith the quality of the photos on the CD is much better than of those shown on the website.

 

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