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Die Jbgendbewegupg Beginnings of the HJ, Expansion of the HJ. ixrto a State Organisation Reichsjugenddienstpflicht (Cmrpulsary Youth Service)

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Main Branches of the Hitler Youth Die Reichsju endf&rung (Reich Youth Dimctorate) HJ, kbiete I HJ. Regions) HJ, .Standort (Garriscm) HJ. Bame (Regiments) Specialist Units of the Barn Organisation below regimental level MtrmbePing of units

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Ccmscription Procedure Basic Training Vocational TrainSchools Gebietsftierschulen Reichsschulen Nationalpolitische Erziehungsaustalten The Reichsjugend AkaMe Adolf-Hitler-Schulen PART IV

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war Sezvice Liaison with the Axned Forcea Wehmrt&zhtigungslager (Pre-military

l-4 3.4 Training

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Son&rei.nheitess (SpecialmSePvie Units) Nachrichten HJ. (Signals) Motor HJ. (lkhxised Hitler Youth) Marine HJ. (Naval Hitler Youth) Flieger I-U. (Aviation HJ.) HJ, Feldschere (First Aid bits) Streffmxdienst (Security Detachments and Patrol SWViC2e)

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IlusikzUge (Band Units) GebirgaJi3. (Mountaheers) PARTV

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HJ, Leaders Uniforms and Insignia of Rank Other Insignia and Badges PARTVI HJ. ABROAD

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HJ, in Occupied Territories HJ. in Pareign Territories PART VJCI (3I?POSEIONYOUTH-S

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Legal Measures regarding &man Pouth Unofficia3. Youth Organisations outside Repressive Measures-

the HJ,

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Part We: HJ. Gebiete and Befehlsstellen (listed) Part Two: The MJ, Gebiete (details) Part!Fhree:HJ, Bame, numerically Part Four: H.3. Ekmne, alphabetically Part Five: Schools and Camps HJ, Auslandsf&r (Representatives Abroad) Part six:

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A thirteen year old boy manned a machine gun against advancing Allied tanks on the Rhineland frontier, while his mates passed the ammunition. An execution squad composed of 14-16 year olds shot Polish civilian hostages. A monument was erected to a boy stil.1 living, commemorating the fact that he denounced his father loyally to the Ptjhrer: ( the father was executed for treason). Herbert Norkus, the Hitler Youth martyr, is the ITorst iHesse1 of most of Germany's young today. Seven years of Nazi indoctrination, at a most susceptible aQ=, in the Hitler Youth has done its work. The Hitler You&h is not a Boy Scout or Girl Guide organlsaIt is in no respercomparable to any organisation for tion, young people known to the Western World. It is a compulsory Nazi fomation, which has consciously sought to breed hate, treachery and cruelty into the mind and It is, in the true sense of the soul of every German child. word, "education for death", Under no circumstances should 'the Hitler. Youth be taken lightly or be considered a negligible factor fmm an operational or occupation point of view. Some 12 to 14 million youths are organised into the four branches of the Hitler Youth: The Hitler Youth proper (boys from V+-18) The German Young Folk (Isoys 1614) The League of Geman Girls (girls from 14-38) The Young Girls (girls fr0m 10-14) A mugh estimate on the, basis of overall figures available would place between 3,000,OOO and 3,5OO,OOOinto each branch, Of this number, 30,000 serve as fully-pal&, full-time leaders. Approximately 1,000 male and d,OOO female Banne (Regiments averaging 6,000 members sach) camy on administration and training. in 3943, the Hitler Youth'maeatained between In addition, 1,500,000 boys 7,000 and 8,000 camps and other establishments. (most of them over 14) attended special Hitler Youth training courses there in one year. 514,000 47 year olds received Hitler Youth training in WeMilitary Training Camps, of which some 300 are at present'iy operation throughout the Reich. The emphasis of the following Basic Handbook and appended Order of Battle tables is on the 14-18 year old male group, the Hitler Youth proper, the primary potential source of disaffection _ and the primary source of replacements for the We&ma&$. The above figures not only indicate the vast scope of the Hitler Youth in German life today, but demonstrate the role tiich it plays in Germany's actual and potential military strengtk Both the SS and the Wehnaacht hve long since appmciate$ From me% liaison tith the Hitler Youth, their relationthis, ship with the IX3 has passed through the stage of superwision and has finally resulted in complete domination. The Hitler Youth has become a V'ebmacht replacement pool, a manpower reservoir for auxiliary war services, and a means of strengthening the increasingly pernicious hold on the German people of the most ruthless of all Nazi organisatiuns, the Ss,

A few courageous young Germans, risking their lives in order to salvage their minds, spirits and perhaps their country, have sought to escape from the tentacles of the Hitler Youth, and some underground cells composed of such young people are known to exist. But it must not be forgotten that every young German has been schooled by Nazi teachers, and that this "Junior Ax-my" is ready to take the fieid either individually, in small groups, on a larger, more organised scale, or as saboteurs, informers and even franctireurs in defence of Nazis:n, its fanatical creed.

PA.u!.cI HISTORICAL BMKGROUm AND DEVEUU'MM' I. Die Jugendbewegung (The German Youth Movement)

The growth and success of the HJ organisations cannot be properly appreciated without some reference to the earlier history of the Deutsche Jugendbewegunq (German Youth Movement). Since the end of the last centuky, the latter gave young people an opportunity to express themselves and to carry on various activities in organisations of their own. Young people of both sexes joined J~endgemeinschaften (Youth Communities) and formed groups of WandervBgel (Young Hikers) which had no political. prograrnms, but were animated by youth's determination to express itself unfettered by the* older generation. Their activities included hiking, camping and evening much emphasis was meetings for lectures and discussions; placed on the rediscovering and singing of old German folk songs* The %eissner Forrrmla", a proclamation made by a "Youth Rally" in 4913, shaped a general policy of "Inner lkeedorb: a reaction against the complacency and restrictions of German middle-class life, its prejudices and "bourgeois mind". After the First World War the youth movement developed at an accelerated pace and reached its peak in the twenties when many new groups sprang up, and the Mndische Jugend (League of Youth) partly took the place of the original Jugendbewemng. among them the At this point many political parties, NSDACF (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche ArbeiterparteiTNational Socialist Workers' Party) began to form their own youth and it is estimated that in the late nineteenorganisations, twenties four million German boys and girls belonged to the young people's sections of various political and non-political factions, some 80,000 being members of the original 3iindisohe Jugend (League of Youth). The Nazis were regar&ed as outsiders by virtually all, other youth fomations.
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3eginnings

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On Xmrch 8th, 1922, Hitler, in his own newspaper, the "Vblkische Beobachter", announced ,-the establishment of the Jugendbund der NSD.AX' (Youth League of the Nazi Party), later known as the Jun&sturm Adolf X-fitler (Youth Shock Troop Adolf Hitler). Other youth gr&ps with National Socialist tendencies also existed, but were not directly affiliated to Hitler's Thus the Nationalsozialistische Arbeiterjugend Youth) operated in the rZhein and ;iuhr regions. In Enay 1925 the Wandersportverein VOGTLAND), in PLAUEN, Saxony, merged with the bun& in M8'NICH, Bavaria, under the new name of Hitle-Jugend, arnl coined by the notorious anti~semite Julius STREICHEK, thea Nazi "chieftain" of E'ranconia. 'this new Nazi organisation, culminating in the &I of today was under the leadership of Kurt GRIPER, of the ETIdJxN group*

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Exoansion of HJ into -a---

8 State G~anisation

Although the &T had borrowed much of its technique and the old Ju~endbewe~~, from the very ssne of its~syrnbol~fran first it ad&d a nat~cqalistic and decidedly militaristic note. In 1925 it becme a junior branch of the SA (Stormtroopers) and -&jrectly suboM.inate to the SA High Co~~&nd. The movenltent, in true Nazi fashion was opposed to school, 'church and home ,and attracted many youwsters. In 1928 600 boys gatbred at the first national hJ rally At the ~5QQ3EEG Party Rally of the following at MD ST-. year 2,500 boys werq pqsent. In 1929 the Ns Schulerbund (Nazi Secondary School Boys tique) ~7~s recognised as an official affiliate of the Hitler Youth Organisation. (local groups) in By 1930 t&e &J i-lad 900 OrtS~ &xmany arx&:ttie W (Deutsohes, Junytolk-Gemla Young Folk) for boys aged IQ-l.4 and BUM (Bund Ueutscher b%del-Leagw of Gez3nn Girls) were founded as branches of the HJ. r;y ,193l the total membership had expanded to 15,000.
Despite '@-k f'act that the I3J was temporarily bannedby the Republican Government, its ranla continued to swell &der the 1ead.crshi.p of B.&l&r von Z3XIRAcK and by 1932 its numbers In the 581:1e year the EEJwas separated had risen to 250,000. from the Z&i, mainly to free it from the ban imposed on the Stomtmopers.

WhenHitler took over full. Governmental power in 1933, ~EZQT more boys and girls joined, and all other youth organisatians were rapidly prohibited and disbanded, their &rs beinhi; subsequently ured to join the EL Considerable opposition was encountered at first from the Catholic and ILeft Wing Youth Movements, but these. organisat ions, too, were partly crushed and partly absorbd in ruthless fashion. A,fter the first year of the Nazi regime, the HJ, izxluding its branches, DJ, J&S, and BDH, mbered two million. One year later this figwe had actually doubled, and by the 1st. of &cer&er, 1934, when the HJ was de&red Staatsjuge_nd (Gmrement-sponsored Youth Orgmisation), the total amwr&ed to six million,of *oh one and a h&U million belonged to the BJ proper, the othera to its bran&es.

The Decree of Dece&er 1, 1936, providing for Reichs~enst33flioht (Compulsory Youth Service), not= legalised the existence of the HJ, but also completely destropdallthe remainiqyouth organisations ~~G~ZXULQY. The decree contiined three major points:

LLl German Youth shall join the &I. The mission of the HJ is to train all Geman Youthphysically, mentally and morally for national school service in the spirit of Natioti Socialism. and home are subordinated to the interests of the State. C (Reich Youth LRader) is ( > The mndf%hrer entrusted with all phases of the education of GeLman vouth. and is responsible or&y to the F&EFLXR.

Every child being compelled to serve in the W, the Farty gained an enormous influence over the youth of the country and an assured supply of recruits for its own ranks. By "voluntary application'! the highest age group may into any NSDAPGliederungen (formations) apply for transfer e.g. the SA, SS, or NSKX. Only the select are accepted for the XSDAI? (Nazi Party proper) itself. An attempt to maintain a Stamn+W (Original KJ) as a including only members of long standsuperimposed structure, ing or those who had proved themselves ardent Nazis, resulted in much confusion and had to be abandoned,

ORCAWISA'I'IOFT (See diagrams, Annexe C )


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Main branches of the Hitler-Jwend The EitlepJugend lb" (c) (d) is organised into four main branches,

HitlerLfugend for boys aged 34-48 Deutsches Jungvolk (DJ or German Young Folk) for boys aged AC&q4 who subsequently transfer to the HJ proper. Bun& Deutscher mdel (ED4 or League of t;eman Girls) for girls aged 14-18. Jungmlldel (JM or Young Girls) for girls aged IO14 who subsequently transfer to the BDH proper.

The terCrrlsHJ and BDM are used very loosely, and require speaking KT refers to (a) above, a special note. Strictly , and m!4 to (c) above. In practice, however, HJ is wide1 used to cover both (a) and (b), and XDM to cover both (c 7 and (d). Further, the term X.7 is used in a third sense, to indicate the whole Youth Movement. For convenience all these meanings have been used in be clear this handbook, as the sense should invariably from the context. Orgmisation lines. The program% of the IX consists of preparatory training for the HJ. Although special training in Sondereinheiten (Specialist Units) is officially limited to members of the w proper, specialist units such as l?lieger-AT (Aviation) and Nachrichten-LJ (Signals) have recently been reported in the IL The task of the BDM and JM is the emcation of girls for They are to be made '*conscious of their duty as German girls to become good housewives ard to have as many children as possible". Glaqbe und SchlSnheit_ (Faith and Zaaugy), k sub-section, organises women volunteers between the ages of 18 and 21 who aspire to careers in the girls* and women% organisations of the Nazi Party and its affiliates, e.g. the NSF (National Socialist Party Women's Branch) and the NSV (National Socialist Welfare Organisation).
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of the four branches runs along parallel

Die -Xeichswndfhrung

( iieich YouthDirectorate

The.Reichs,jugendf%hmng (RJP - Reich,Youth Directorate) of the con8rols the policy a s well as the administration whole KJ, It is headed by a Reichsjugendmhrer (Reich Youth Leader) assisted by an Ad+jutant and a Stabsfihrer (Chief of The Reichsreferentin (BDWI)controls the lXH (Lund Staff). e of German Girls) and the S&l (JusqDeutscher M&del-Le to the m&de1 - Young Girls T , and she is responsible directly Heichsj,ugendfYlthrer.

The KJ3 is divided into five special executive branches (Zeotralamt, Auslaads-und Volkstumsamt, Kinderlandverschickung, Krie&wtreumgsdienst, A&SCand fnto six HauptItnter73rwprtments). The bureaur of the Xaupt&&er are known ater, and their sections and sub-sections as Hauptabteilung=d Abte$lurw?m respectively. AJJ 3eichsschulen the RJF. For chart Note: (Hational Schools) are oontrolled C '%A" by

and details

of the l&IF see Anne=

Used in connection with the I&@, the abbreviation indicates Hmptamt (Department): iu the it stands for the Hawtabteiltmg See next paragraph, H3 Gebiete (HZ Xegions)

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The HJ inside Greater Gemany is orgaaised into 43 '1Rith the exception of the Gebiet SudetenGebieta (Regions). land and the Gebiet Befehlsstelle Ej&rnen und M$hmri, each such region corresponds to a Gau (district) of the Nazi Party For occupied territory, 866 para.2. For list of proper. Gebiete and corresponding Party Gau8, see Anoexe & Each Gebiet is headed by the Gebietsf%hreti (Regional Leader), deputy is his Stab er (Chief of Staff) . organised into -The GebietsfUmmg (Regional I%! t abbreviated to HA, Ha@-abteiluryr;en ~tive?Sections The functions of t #he and special semi-Dfndependent offices. to those of the HamtI HA HA . If HA I31 HA IV V HA HA VI Personnel
Pre-military

Training and Sports Ideological Training and Cultural Social Services buildings and Homes Legal MattL!rs en are split up iat0 Abteilunp:

Activities

Ha tabteilun sec-tiwm

The Gabietsf%rer my appoint a subordinate to perfom tasks which are nomally the function of a HA or its su& Such specially appointed officials are termed, for section. emxnple: GebietsbeauftMer (Regional Pleni&tentislry) f& K&V ~Kinderlsndverschic'kuq#Wacuation of Chil&wn) or Gebietsmusikmfereat (Regional I)irector of U.k3ic) or Gebietsarzt (Regional Director, of Medicine). A Gebietmekteq may be a general inspectoi of *he I%? be a specialist (e.g. Ikpector within the region, or he in charge of speciaILiat units. of Flying, Signals 0rCmrps Each&&j.& adrainistemand maintains schools and camps. !Pwoor iora ~ebietsfWmmsch\ilen (ILegional Cffice1+9" Schools) provide training for the many executive post@ required by the Sow Gebiefe conduct Special schools, such as Orgaaisatiol3, music or medical schools or provide other specialist's courses. .

Although the Armed Forces have actually taken over the operation of the ~~ehrerticht&qungskger (Be-nilitary Training Ca~qs) the Gebietsfihnrng concerned still a&ministers, then). HIP youth hostels, nominally under the Deutsche Jqendherbergen (nTN or Geman Youth Hostels, an organisation CBYL ried over from the Republic) are actually under X3 administration and sqervision. Details of each Gebiet are givett ih Xnnexe A, Part TWO,
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'I'he H3 Standoxt

The IXJ Standort (Garrison) is the highest Local aui;i-ro,rrIt is under the ity on all matters concerning Geman Youth. command of the Standortftthrer(krri,son Connander) and handles all administrative details with regard to Xeichs(Compulsory National Youth Sehm enddienslqfficht
The Standort naintains the individual youth's Ju,qet-idstmnlbla<vnal Reco,rcl); this contains all personal data, infomllation.on activities etc., in the greatest detail, Zxtracta of the most assentia3, infunnation aze kept on the Karteikarte (Filing Card) h;3ld by the member's unit, and on the Diensikarte (Service Card), which also serves as personal identity card. Being a local administrati.ve authsrity, the Standort is not part of the unit structure of the W, although, as will be seen in the Order of sattle lists (Annexe A), the Standortflhxer (SOF) is often also the co;mnander of a 3ann.

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X.J Banne

(Regiments)

The Zann (2egi:nent) is the basic unit of the 53: in a Gebiet thzare frm ten to thirty, or even more Banns, In 1943 the Junabann of the Iu, parallel to the Bann was abolished and the 03 Jungst&:ms (literally l'Y~uth Ilribe~?) were placed under the supervision of the X3 %.na, Generally each NSDAP-Kreis (Party not Sovsrn:Jentaf Uistrictj contains one cosresFondin& ID Bann, and its Headquarters are located in the same town as the corresponding IEUP--Kreis HQ. Larger Banne sometimes organise their own schools and courses and some even operate youth hostels and homes as well as camp-ing sites.
The Bann is led by the Eannf&rer who frequently also holds theTfice of Standort~rrison CorlLnander). Ee is assisted by an Adjutant and a Wauptstammf%.rer, is divided into 6 Hauptstellen The Bann kkninistsation (Zxecutivxffices) the functions of" which generally correspond to the 6 I-Iaupt%t:?ter (Departments) of the,= and the 6 parallel Hauptabteilungen (Executive Sections) of the sebietsfiiluzlnq (degional Comanil ZQs).

An average Bann of about 6,000 is sub-divided into 5 St&rzne ("Tribes");the HJ and yj Jungst&rz~e of the LtJ x6th a strength of about 600 each, but a large aann of 9,000 might contain 15 St%nme, IO. Specialist Units of the Bann units, usually:-

EachBann has semi: special service Motor-Staxm (Notorised) Fl,ie~er+Starnm (Aviation) and Xachrichten-Sta (Signals).

These special service St&mm are sub-divided in accordance with the established pattern of (Company), Schar (Platoon) and Kamaradschaft as outlined below. (para.11) Among the smaller special service units found in the rage stamm are:av,e Oneor Xusik-Gefolgschaften (Music) A SJ.cherungsdieast (SRD)-Gefolgschaft (5jlectity Detachment) for patrolling, and A Feuerweh&ch& (Firefighting Platoon) II. Organisation below &&mental Lqvel

From the Stamm downwards the unit of organisation is standardised, ??%mm is divided into I+ Mfolgschaften and the Gefolgschaft is organised (Companies) of 15Gh, into 3 Schaxm (Platoons) of 50 each, Each Schar is sub-divided into 3 Kamaradschaften (Comradeships of 15 each, and the latter split into 2 details will Rotten (filss -7 . A diagram giving organisation be found in Annex@ C, The number of youths in a com-mnity determines whether a Stamm, Gefolgschaft or Schar is organised there. 12. Numbering of Units

The numbering system of the Banne was originaly designed to correspond with the regimental numbers of the Wehmacht in the same area.. The XI was to %arxy on the old tradition" but the rapid expansion of the W made inevitable, great inconsistencies Besides its number each Bann carries a name; this may be a special name (e.g. a Party martyr or a geographical term> or simply the name of the HQ location, or both. Unit designations are usualt2y given in a.I?abiC nWnerak3, the first indicating the Gefolgs s the second indicating stands for first Gefolgs.chaft of Bann the Bann. Thus l/l00 stands for first NachrYichten-Gefo~gschaft 100. Na.'I/dOO (Signals Unit) of Bann 100. The Stis mcated by a Roman Numeral. Thus I/j00 stands fox first Stamn of Bann 100. Ma.I/lOO stands for 100. + the first Wachrichte~~ of%n The special. service,units ~nurnbered consecutively in a separate series for each branch within evar$ Bann.

PART III COTmmION 1s. Conscription Proceduke AKU TI?.UKIXG

Conscription proceeds each year a~ follows: the tan yeast old registers in January and receives his Meldeschein (iiegistration Card), Ln Karch he appears at the Aufna~~ell(P'reliminary Rollcall) of his Standort, Between the 10th and 19th April the Standort conducts a technischer Aufnahmedienst (Preliminary Technical Course) fenpmbe (hb's Entrance Exstmination) culminating in the On the 2Qth April, the Rihrer's birthday, a cerefionial Standortappel'fTotaE Rollcall) is staged, at which all HJ members, old and new, ZIUS~ appear, The new Pkpf (cub) of of the JM, the W and the new Jungmgdel, (young girl) together with the 14 year olds who are being transferred t&e the oath of into the KJ and the p;Du respectively, allegiance: "Ich gelobe meinem E%hrer Adolf Hitler Treue. Ich verspreche ihm und den mhrern, die er mir besttiznt, jeder zeit Rchtung und Gehorsam entgegen zu bringen" (% promise to be faithful to'my Fuehrer, Adolf HitZer, 1 promise obedience and respect to him and to the leaders he shall appoint over me"). I t is noteworthy that this oath is strikingly similar to that adxtinistered to the Waffen SS3. The new boy member is now entitled to wear the degger 93lu-t und 3hre" ("Blood and Honour"), with the inscription
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Basic Traini*

Activities of the HJ membership are numerous and take up 8. good deal of' the Gernan boy's time; exactly how much it even though many regulations have is iqo3sible t3 estimate, been issued on this subject. It may be said, however, that most of the time not spent at work or school is spent Serb ing the IXJ, k-t present it appears that the day-t-day situation -eg:ulates the duties required of FJJ members, but the largely -L basic peace time progran:ae is carried on side-by-side vith the war duties resulting from &x~~~any*s manpuwer shortage, GeltanschauunA (ideological training) is at all times one of i;he tiaportant p'hasss in a young German's schooling. At least one evening each week is spent attending lectures given by specially trained leaders who use minutely worked out directives and Schulungsbriefe (educational pamphlets). Here the IU boys rnemorise xany stock phxascs of the Nazi political programle. Physical training in the FLJ is designed to dev8lOp the young Germans, in H3AerQ3 own wordst into junior supermen: "hard. as steel, tough as leather and swift as greyhoundart. All physical training is carried out with the help and Belck+ supervision of the lCUE3L, the Nationalsoziqlistiacher bund f& Leibestibunq (National. Socialist Lea&e for Physical 'Training .

Two of the three weekly meetings are usually devoted to sane form of physical exercise inevitably of'military nature (grenade thrbPrring, small arms practice, etc.). Thus when the boy w-rives at a Smerlwer (summer camp) or WehrertkhtiQmumlager @EL or Fre-rni.litaJy Training Camp), he is already well -quainted ppith basic military fomticms and drill. is permeated by The training, boG mtmta3. and physical, Nazi ideology and method, and in these caps, vacation periods are utilised by the Nazi Party to strengthen still further its hold over the young. (&sic Various contests, such as @A.scherBPettbewerb and Art Contest), Reichsberufswettkampf (National. Vocational Contest) and sports meetings on national +d regioIlal levels, are held in order to &Mate a spirit of competition and to promote higher staslda2d.s of performance, vinners are usually presented with certificates or badges, and receive ccmnensurate publicity in HJ publications, being hailed almost as junior heroes. Details of HJ Proficiency Examinatias are given in Annexe $, 15* V0cati.ona.l Train*

The vocational guidance program-me of tie HJ is conducted in the closest co-operation with the Deutsche Arbeitsfrcmt (DAI? or GevlnavlLabour Front). Party Regional Youth Representatzve 'F1Piththe respective GebietsrUhrusP; 9n vocation&L guidavlce for the HJ. contrast to the LanddienE.", (Farm Service) in distinct Lsndjmgatory yesr in agriculture) involves four years of training in all phases of agriculture, part of which is conducted on a Landdienstlehrhof (model training farm): see hnexe A. In peacetime, upcm graduation at 'I8 the boy receives his Neubauemschein (Junior Fsrmer's Certificate). The aim of this training was to provide a number of young farmers to colonise the Eastern Territories. Land Service formerly claimed many HJ boys, but today, because of shortages elsewhere, they are called for such-work anly when a farm labour shortage is aoute eno!gh to*reqmre them, either local.Iy, or elsewhere in the Reich or m occupied territories. For girls this service year remains universally obligatory. The Bergd$.enst (Mining Service) of the HJ trains boys of q8 (also during war-time) for leading positions in the mining industry. The five gem course includes one year of Reich Labour ) and is divided into three Setice (RAD or Reichsarbeitsdienst phases. 3ach phase is completed by an exaraination, 8nd the candidate pregressively attains the rank of +appe @her), Hauer (Hewer+) and Steigeq (Foreman). Wages for productive work performed during the schooling range frcm 15 Bd to 45 FM per month, and an additional 17 I@ are deposited in the boy's Government Savings Account to which he has no personal access* *

16. Schools
The HJ has developed an extensive system of schools designed to trtin future leaders for its m and other NSDAP organisations, These potmtial leaders are carefully moulded into the pattern of National Socialism and emerge as conscious Nazis, applying their philosophy to all situations and person8. (Cases are on record of elderly citizens being thrm% into concentration camps merely for making cont~tuous references to HJ members.) Lists of all HJ schools will be found in Annexe A.
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G&ietsf&rerschulen

(Regional

Schools for Officers)

Gebiet&&.rerschulen (Regional Scksols for Officers) are controlled by the Gebietsv (Regina Ccmnand HQs) and serve as training centres for those boys who already lead large ~TOUPSor who are capable of doing so. The boys are g5ven special courses in physicaL training md Party doctrines by BJ training perscmnel and schooled to fill posts within the structure of the Gebiet. Instruction is given throughout th"E year, but primarily during holidays or summer months. 18. Reichsschulen (Natimal Schools) '

These schools are under the direct supervision of the schools attended by HJ members tican HJF. They are specialist all Gebiete, ' Cumicula are based on military, naval, sport, administrative and other subjects, but leadership is stressed equally wi.th proficiency in the special subject. The Auslands- und Volkttmsamt (Bureau for Foreign Affairs and Gemmism) conducts courses in foreign languages and awards the HJ-Sprachmittlerschein (Interpreter's Certificate) for proficiency.

19. Nationalpolitische
Political

Erziehungsansta&ten educational Institutions)

(National

which are abbreviated to NPii These establishments, are types of secondary school and components of or Sola, the HJ organisation. An NPEA is usually organised as a HJ-Stmm, and is directed by a staff of SS Leaders whose pedagogical and intelIl.ectual qualifications are often outPireighed by their political reliability and previous services to the party. in Since physical training has first place9 instructian practically a11 kinds of military 'spouts", such 8s skitig, glider flying, motoring etc. is emphasmed. Tul-tam must be
paid by parents. or Government sentice,

Graduates are not particularly enjoined to enter party but are usually attracted to military careers because of preferential treatment in the attainment of commissicms. 20. The Reichsjugendakademie (National Youth Academy)

The Reichsjugendakademie (National Youth Academy) in BRAUNSC~TG, a fomml institute of tigher leaming for senior HJ leaders, was set up ia 1939 when it took over the

enlarged functions of the Reichs&endf&.rerschule (Nation& Youth Officers School) still in operation in po1cSIwbI. Candidates for admission ~xust have sached their 17th birth-da2 and have completed secondary school or vocational tPain~ir24, The school trains W lca&rs WilO wish to make a career of their calling. The orrlinary course lasts two years and consists of f'ive phases embracing practical experience in Bann &ministration, three mszlas of manual labour in German in*ry and six months &road, Successful completion of studies entitles the student to the Jqgxn&Mhrerpatent (Youth Ieader Cormxission) and results in ixnmediate appoint!qent to a responsible position in the l-U.
and

28 have been admitted in large numbers, and various

Recently

disabled

War veterns between the ages of 23.

shorter course- 3 in Administration, Nazi Ideology, l%ultural Kcalth Set-vice, Social Work ox Work*, Frcs.3 and Pqxqan&, Farm Service rvcre institxted for them,
21. Adalf-Hitlcr-Sch~~en

(Adolf Hitler

Schools)

Adolf-Hitle~Schulen (Adolf Hitler Schools) arc free boardin;: school s conducted by the ?WXF, so called because they were conceived, ~$~~rtly endowed" and allegedly azcltitechkra~ planned by the 3Wxrcr himself. Each school is directlgunder the supwvision of the reqective N%%'P Gauleiter (Party District Executive). Stu&nts are selected at the age of twelve fx3m the ranL3 of the W, and arjmission depends on possession.of all the basic c1m&cteristics of a good fTazi. These schools coxbine a curiol:s mixture of toughness and They are on the secon6ax-y school level and place 1Q-w great chassis on military "sports", character building, and devotion to the Party-state. The teaching staff hzs received some or all of its training at the I?cichs;j~xp,en~~,~~~~~e. The skident is xqar&d as a me&er of the HJ th!ughout his five years of schooling. Upon gradwtion, the stuJf2nts designed for cventu;~ MSUP leadership are admitted into the Party proper. Cf the 4,000 graduates erner,@.r~s frOJA the d$ ~,c@.lh+ each yeear, 1,000 uv selected to reassemble after seven years of
Party or XJ work, and, with other outstanti~ young-leaders,

to enter one of the Ordensburgen (Castles of the Teutonic Order). Four Ordcnsburgen !xno~ as K$SSIXSXE, VOGXEQiG, SO?m<Om and sIrlRm= are in existoNe. There, according to the chief of the German Labour i?ront, Robcti I&& this t'Elite~t is trained as the future Lasters of Gerxxany tt - great in knowledge, blind in obedience, fanatical. in faith".

PART IV
i7Jl.x SERVICE m
22.

lGIlmTrnY 2RAlTJ~

'ff8x Service

War has imposed many additional responsibilities on the HJ. and efforts are made to place the boys where mapcm~ shortages are most pressing. To attract youth into German industries and simultaneously maintain political hold over them HJ.-LehrlinEs_I-lames) have been instituted in the large towns, heime (Apprentices where in addition to an eight-hour day in the factories, the boys Wages are nominal and also carry out nearly full HJ duties, saving is compulsory, The KrieRseinsatz (Var Bergency Service) was created to help with duties such as firefighting end AR?, i!J. personnel also working as conductors, maif clerks, post,%en, street cleaners etc. War salvage activities and collections for war charities are as well as the Kinclerlandvesconducted regularly by the iiJ of children from boded areas m Schick (KLV, or evacuation

In the KricRsbetrelrunasdienst (KBD or I'orces Welfare Service) the 1I.J ,vrites letters and sends parcels to the front, entertains soldiers in hospitals or while on leave, an1 runs canteens for me&hers of the Army.
has been met by The CSzman High Command's call for volunteers a considerable response from the 17 year olds of' the IIJ. Volunteering is made attractive by the granting of special priviieges, such as short leaves, the wearing of the I-IJ armlet on the and the designation of "Krieasleft upper arm of the army tunic, instead of the customary "private". " (Volunteer), H3 serving in any capacity with the Armed ?orces arc also entitled to receive regular army decorations for !I;ood work. :LEUI~I$J 'boyr; of the older age groups have also volunteered 'orce Auxil.iaries in def'ence of the home country. to serve as Armeci. 2 HJ-Luftwaffenhelfer (AA Auxiliaries) are sixteen year old3 organised to man anti-aircraft defences, serve as spotters, and members of the Armed Forces for front work at AA posts, releasing line duty. for training Only students of secondary schools may volunteer They ,may be transferred to and assignment ar, w guaranteed a two-week any distant &nger area, ht are bi-annually ?'hcir HJ uniform is supplemented holiday to see their families, by airforce boots, a steel helmet, and other necessary personal_ Luftwaffe equipment. W -1,'Zinehelfer (Naval Auxiliaries) are members of the I&rine-NJ 1 who have volunteered for routine duties with the Navy in the coastal areas of Geznany. Panzerschreckab&eil?~~en have recently been reported a,nnoured units. 23. Liaison with (tank delaflng sections) of the WJ. in action against the invading Allied

the Armed Forces

AI.1 branches of the Anned Forces have maintained close having their own representatives in the RJF liaison with the KJ The Army, Airforce, and Navy fix (Reich.Youth Directorate). definite annual q,uotas for special training in the HJ witha

view to future recruiting. Each Wehrkreis (military district or Corps Commandsof the Wehlazacht) and each Luftgau (district of the Luftwaffe) has Nachwuchsoffizier (iiecruiting Officer) who is assisted by a ii2 VerbindunEffizier (HJ--Liaison Officer). By order of the Amy High Commanda direct relationship between units of the field army a& units of the HJ was estabA regiment or an independent battalion lished in January 1944. The regirnent'a "adopts" a H&-Bann as Patenbann (Poster Bann). Ersatz Ei&~lace~~t), located i,n the vicin+ty of the Barn,, actively collaborates in the military training programe of the Bann. Members of the adopting army regiment or battalion in the field are often detached to the Bann to relate their war experiences and to act as temporary instructors, In this connection it must be mentioned that the %.ffen-SS exerts a disproportionately high influence upon the H3. In response to the imxeased need for trained manpower in the Armed Forces, the HJ has undertaken to provide basic training for Although semi-mili@,ry activities have boys under military age. always played an important part among the duties of tht: RJ formal pre-military traininf; under direct supervision of the Armed Its purpose is to Forces was not introduced until lV.@. sup@ment the training which must be compressed into a very short period when the boys are called up for regular service.
24.

Wehrertkhti...un~sla~e~

(Pm-Military

Trainin~md

The most effective form of pre-military training takes place in the Xehrert~chti~un~sla~er ( 'JBELor Pm-Nilitq Training Csmpa), of which sorne 300 are believed to exist in Greater km. Every 17 year old boy is required to take the three weeks basic course at a WEL before being drafted to labour service or prior to being "induced to volunteer" for the Armed Forces, including the Waffen-SS, The usual 'hyEJ; has accormnodation for 300 to 400 boys, who are organised into Scharen and Xameradschaften, Instructors are Army officers or more fpequently nowaofficers of the Taffen-SS and NCO's with ccmiba~ experience, Professional or semi-professional HJ leaders serve as assistants and administrators only and a staff of male and female civilians maintain routine services. The WEL is a very modern establishment, in no way comparable It has dining rooms, lounges, modernly-equipped to army barracks. kitchens and sick bays, store rooms, lecture halls with special technical and demonstrating equipment, motor pools and shops, ranges. sports arenas, and firing f'ield exercises, and The training plan provides for practical manoeuvres, the use of smaZ1 8rms, as well as sports and Close order drill is kept to a minimum. ideo3.ogiw.l schooling. The K&&eh (War Training Ce??tifiCate) marks the successful completion of the course.
25.

Sonderemeiten

(Specialist

Units)

Sondereinheiten (Special Service Units) have assumed increy&d knportance in the accelerated pre-military training

programme of the HJ, By decree of the WF. 3% of each hti age group must supplement theFr basic tra-ining in Sonderetieften, where they acquire a rudimentary knowledge of the various branches of military service. HJ members of specialist units are organised into separate Scharen or attend a special EEL,, e.g. one for signal, motor or aviation training. The various specialist service certificates and badges may be acquired during a course at the WEL. Tkie most advanced trainees try to fulfil the requirements for the K.-bmgsleiter * Certificate). Schein ('Nar Training Instructor's By the end of 19&3 approximately 514,000 youths had passed through pre-military training camps of the Hitler Youth Organisation.
26.

Zachrichten

HJ, (Sij7nals)

The Nachrichten-HJ (Signals) prepares boys for duty in the unit; of the Army and Air Force, and recently signal tratiing has also been given in special service units of the DJ into the Nachrichten-HJ. preparatory to trabfer

signal

TraintiP is conducted under direct supervision of thti md Forces, anG Gith full utilisation of their establishments and
equipment. It is divided into three phases:-

Ync first course lasting six months, gives signal training, inclu?iing an intro&ction to communication procedure and the After operation of simple signal ins=Wxnents and equipment. the HJ boy receives the Nachrichtenschein passing an exaknation, A (Signals Certificate A) which entitles him to wyr a distinctive \ ba&e "A" on his left forearm, The second course consists of two and a half years*of basic sipal training covering all types of signal commmicz.tlon. the trainee Upon passing his final examination in this.course receives Nachrichtenschein B (Signals Certificate B) with the

corresponding badge YBn to Gear on his sleeve, The third is a special course adding the final touch to the and culminates in Nachrichtenschein C general signal training,

an3 its
27.

correspon&ing

badge.

Notor 'EIJ. (Motorised

Hitler

Yea

The Motor HJ founded in 1939, is designed to train future recruits for the mkorised and armoced divisions of the Amny. This training is under the supervision of the Army, but the NSKX (National Socialist Motor Corps)~.furnishes instructors, eqtlipment and facilities. Training during the first two years includes theoretical and lectures on traffic regulations. workshop practice, instruction, When the Motor-HJ boy has reached a rnbimm age of sixteen, he takes an examination for his driver's licence, The technical training includes a knowledge of all motor vehicles and the ability to perform on-the-spot repairs. The Motor&J Abzeichen (Motor HJ Badge) is awarded for particularly in driving under difficult terra= proficiency point of view). contiitiins t from a tactical Ejturmboot Einheiten (Assault Boat Units)
are a recently

developed branch oP the Xotor HJ, exist.

but only a few such groups


I

28.

mine

HJ

(&~a

m)

The Xarine-HJ. (Naval HJ) is generally composed of boys living in coastal regions and f'urnishes replapements'for the Navy Training is under the supervision of naval andMim&antNavy. personnel, and includes practically all phases'of naval. activities. After a three to four years course, the&&&-Q boy has ' learned to man row&oats, barges and stiltig boats, he has a knowledge of flag signals and basic naval communications and the employment of the various trapes of naval craft. The most exhaustive train+@ !s offered in the schulen (Reich Naval Sport Schools'listed in Amexe SegelschulschWf (Sailing Training Vessel) "Hors% Wessel'. Seesportabzeichen (Sea @&t B&ages) B, B ad C are awarded at the The unifom wornby the ,Marine-HJ end of each stqge of training. differs entirely frm the ordinar*Jp HJ uniform, and is almost identical with thk blue uniform worn by the German Navy, though the Hs amlet is retained, \ -W me&ers serving with the Merchant Marine my C~TV out inland waterway duties with thtz Reichsbarm i3bxnenschiffti (Naticmal Inland 'gatemays Unit) or coastal duties with the Rei&sbann Seeschiffahpt (Natimal Sea&going Unit). I

29, Flieger
POI-C%

HJ, (Atiaticm

HJb*

The Flteger-HJ prepares boys for service b the German Air Trajning is cmtrolled by the ~rkmmando der Luftwaffe estiblishmmts (Cl5 or Air Force High Ccuamnd), but instructors and trabing eq$pme& are Furrlished by the X3PK (Wational Socialist El* Corps). Flyingtrainingbegins in the DJ ihen the twelve year old organised in the Fliemx-D$ (Jun%or Aviatia HJ volunteers, learn to build and to fly model plamw. / the canstruction azld After transfer to the Fliemr-HJ c&at&n of gliders and theoretical in&%ctian fn aviation, . navigation9 aerial geography and other related mb$mts form a fulltrainlng program=. b M&yworkshqs of the GermmState Railw&ys,Geman Postal Service, Vockticmal School3 and4ndustrial conce.ms are at the diSpos8.l of %hti' Flieggzr-HJ, . .. There az-e three SeRelfliegeq@keTchcn (Glider Badges) A,B To pass the extitim and C, which ,are progtissivelx acq&'ed. for Se&fIie~erabseidhea C, the a$plicant must n&ntain hi& glider , #hove start@g'.height for at least five tiutes. Selectedboys my prepare for &e examinatiorr for th8 &titf&&h (Glider Pilot% Certificate) and take ,further trauling 8s aimraft pilots. For further details of HJ aviation trz@iing see Basic Hzmdbook~/~2 o$ theNSFlZ. B

30, HJ, Peldschere (FirstAid

Units)

H&-F&I&here trab mostly for first-aid work in the M3 but a3~0 for duty a~.md%ca.l and a&ulance personnel in the

Armed Forces, HJ Training takes place under the supervision of full-time (Pirst doctors, in extensive courses given at Feldscherschulen Aid Training !Schools). A list of these schools is given -in Armexe A, Idedicel lectures, First Aid, Dental care, Casts and Transporting the wounded are some of the items on the general training programme. After passing an examination, the boy receives a certificate and is entitled to wear the Peldscher fizeichen (hiedical Service Badge).

31. Streifendienst

(Patro.1 Service)

The Streifendienst (S12D) comprises the elite of the Nazi Youth, A board of high local MJ and SS leaders considers the for service in the SRD, applying the individual applications rigorous standards of' the original Allgerneine SS. Xrr the SRD are. cotiined all the various tasks of a Meribers check on the supplementary 2% and p&ice force, appearance of the other HJ me&ers as individuals and in they also control the youths passing through railroad formations; 3f.mthermore they correct such offences as stations and hostels. begging, vagrancy and fraudulent collections. The SRD operates in closest collaboration with police including the Gestapo and its members, trained and authorities, supervised by Ss, are regarded as eventual SS replacements, The SRD may indeed be considered a ma3or problm for an occupying force and a potential source of opposition and sabotage. Itz members' are among the most dangerous and unscrupulous types In Poland they made up used as raiding squads and informers, execution squads and formed Rollkmmandos (Pursuit Detachments) serv?.ng tander Death's &ad Officers of the SS. The Schnellk am.mniio (tiergency Squad) is a sub-unit of the SPZD which is at the disposal of Germ~ny's various police forces for special duty at dang& spots during air raids, eta. ln localities where no regular Feuerwe.hreinheiten (Pirefighting Units) of the HJ ham have been organised, branches of the Sl?D we employed in this capacity. f the C5RD is a black ribbon around !l%e distinctive insignia othe sleeve with the inscription "Streifendienst"(see plate in Annexe C).

32. Musikztige (Band ~latooazs)


Musikzke have always played a great part in the special activities of the'HJ and meetings and festivities of the organisation are invariably embellished by the performances of these musical units. Combinations of band groups range from drum and fife bands to bugle.(fanfares) corps arid full size brass bands. Each Bann has at least one Musikgefal~schaft (Music C-any), and musical. training is given in special HJ Courses at most musical institutes in Germany. Some music schools have even been (For list, see Annexe A) &ken over by the IIJ for this purpose, It is believed that bugle code siels have recently been taught in these schools.

The best musicians are selected to be metiers of the HJ Reichsmusikzu~ (National HJ Band) which frequently tours Eater Germany and often broadcasts. AU members of musical units we= "Schw~lbennester" (Epaulxttes with fringes) as riistinctive insignia. Spielscharen are propaganda troops which present shows and Some Banne and each Gebiet plays expounding Nazi ideology. Performances o-titular ina and maintati a Spielschar, value to the organisation are given over the air.

33. Gebirgs-H&

(Xouz&aineersl

$he w HJ provides mountain training in preparation This training.is for futuz% service with the' mountain troops, outlinecl, by the Army, and given in close co-operation tith the Deutschez! Alpeqvergin (DAV or German Alpine Cl&). l&&&em of the Gebirgs-HJ are organised in so-called etigfahrtengruppen, small. groins whfch undertake independent mountain Upon passing involv-ing tiountati climbing and skiing, expeditions, a special course, the G-ebirsts-NJ boy acquires the Berg,fahrtenftihrer mzeichen (Ju.nio~ Uountain Guide Badge).

NOTE: The Reiter HCJ (Cavalry) was a peace time branch of the' It has not been heard HJ specialising as horse-mounted units. of skce the outbreak of war.

PAJ3V

With the introduction of ccrmpulsozy youth service in 1936 a considerable need for new leaders arose. Only 8,000 Haupt&ntliche F&rer (Ml-time, professional and salaried officials) were avtilable for the leadership of millions of new members. At first many new leaders were combed out of the old ravlks of the Stanm-M (see para 3). When this source was depleted, less qualified appointments were made. Tn any case, all tiJ officials are chosen by the. Command HQ of the next higher administrative level in accordance with This has led to much intrigue, the the TJazi "FIIhrerprinzip". in connection with use of influence ,.and personti conflicts both appointments and prmotions. To stop the gaps left by leaders having entered the AYmed Forces, ;EI..xnctionaries of other Nazi Party orgmisaticms Until are being drafte& to fill their posts temporarily. Spring 194-4 Haupttitliche FCthrer, of which there are at present about 30 ,GGG, received military deferment, but if they so mished. might volunteer,

35. Ranks
The follcmuing are the ranks of the XJ proper, in ascending order: any attempt to equate them withiVehrmaoht ranks would be misle&ing, but the diagram of units and unit commanders in Annese C gives their relative positions. Beyond inclusion in the diagrams and plates of tiexe C no specid, treatment of the ranks of the DJ or BDK has been undertaken in this handbook: :hitlerjunge Rottenrtihrer Kameradschafts~er Gberkameradschaftsflihrer Scharf&rer Oberscharmer, Gefolgschaftsf&rer Obergefolgschaftsfihrer HauptgefolgschaftsFahrer Stamm*es Oberst~er Bmf?&rer Gberbamff.!.hrer Hauptbamf&rer Gebietsf&rer Gbergebietsf&Jrer Stabstier ReichsjugendftShrer Leaders ap ointed for the duration of the war &y, a "X;- ++(KriegJ in front of their respective ranks (e.g. K-Gcfolgschaftsrahrcr). into As the fourteen year old is transferred the HJ, he beccmes a Hitlerjunge. from the D3 add

If he possesses the necessary qualifications, he may, six months service, be appointed Rot$enf%rer. It takes about one year to attain each of the next higher ranks, e,e. Kameradschftsrtfkirer and ScharMhrer. The Gefolp;schtisWer is usually 1.8 years of age, and Bmf%hrer and higher ranking officials are generally old members with considerable party influence. Although there is rio official age limit, HJ leaders ordinarily tr~ansfer to other NSDAP formations after they have reached the qge of 35. The addition of nOber-rl or "Erupt-? to the ordinary rank indicates recognitim of length of service only and does not necess4M.ly connote a higher fuuctional statis. after I!?rcan the rank of Bannf%hrer upwti, HJ leaders are employed on a fully paid basis. Lower ranks, by the display of special zeal may in certain cases also receive remuneraticms Scharrtthrer - 120 EM per month; GefolgschaftsBihrer - 200 ii-.
36.

tii.foYms

ad Insignia

of mc

Jh summer the HJ wear the followiw:Brm shirt Black cotton shorts Brown shoes Grey stockings Black neckerchief with leather In titer the uniform consists

knot. of:-

Dark blue ski-trousers Brown balaclava (often with Hoheitsabzeichmj Brown boots Peaked dress cap (with coloured piping) Greenish brorrrn overcoat (with which the dirk and scabbard with KT motto "Blut und Ehre_" is worn) ti Aruzexe C plates give illustrations of KJ and BDM uni.forms.and in&&a of ra&, It should be noted that the ranks o,f Oberrott&Wrer(HJ), Jungbanqf&rer and Oberhordenf'&.rer(DJ) shown there, are now obsolete. The insignia of the Reichsjugenmer do not <appear in hnnexe ;- his epaulette carries the same cluster of leaves as that of the GebietsfYihrer, surrounded by a laurel wreath. The numerals appearing on the silver buttons of the epaulettes in the lower ranks indicate the unit concerned (Arabic for Gefolgschaft, Roman for Bsnn).. Epaulet-&s may also be found which differ slightly frcan those shawln in Annexe C. Sometimes letters or abbreviations replace the unit nwaber and indicate HJ branches or schools.
37.

Other In&ma

and Badges

Pla%es in Annexe C also illustrate various insignia denoting specialist employment, unit, etc. The exarLvles given do not form a caprehensive list; may be of interest:the folldng emblems, not illustrated,

Ffieger

(Aviator)

: Aid):

Feldscher (r'irst Arzt (Doctor) :

propellor, with vings, on a blue parallelogram white cross on a red circle gold caduceus (rod and. seryznt) on an oval blue background ringed with gold.

r\T(yp. ur

In Annexe C the m patches showing the Untergau and Oberaau of the IX&f are now obsolete, as the Obergau has been abolished and the Unteqau changed to I?LM Bann.

PARITVI

38.

HJ in Occupied Tetitoties

The HJ in occupied territories is regional.ly administered by Befehlsstellen (T~mitorial $oxmnd HQ%). Befehlsstelle BOlXMEE UXD I&HREN is the only commnd which enjoys the status of a Gebiet. Each Refehlsstelle is headed by a Chef (Chief) with staff. This staff is similar to thatofa Gebiz?%hrun& andis orgmised into offices accordinp; to the requirements in the terz5toqy in question. 39. HJ in Fore&n Territoties

In commonwith other NSIXP formations, the HJ has also played a role in the Nazi att*t to sponsor its om orgmisations in fore&n countries, as ell as to spread its The approach to the young people of other philosophy there. countries has been outwardly conducted under the gtise of prumoting understanding between the youth of the world; actually the usual Nazi tactics of infiltration and coercion are employ& Principle agencies camng on this work are:VoILkshps of the m (see pm 6). The Eittelstelle fffr Volksdeutsche Jwendarbeit (Centm G-e&c Youth Ifsork) of the faazi Party. The Volksbund f& das Deutsch~ im Ausland (WA or Pop&w League for Gemanism Abroad). The Apslands-und Their m&n efforts are directed at Gemans or people of The former are coerced, the %ema.r&c originn living abmad. latter wooed. %any publications and directives are published purely for such foreign consumption and special EF representatives are sent to neutral and Axis capitals. The HJ representatives in countries beyond the borders of Greater Gemany, are listed in alphabetical older in accordance tith the country to which they am Raccredited", in Part Six of Annexe &

The Auslands-m.dVolkstutqsmtis the executive agemy for the organisation of youth in foreign countties. Individual l3J me&em are responsible to it, and where Banne or other units can be formed, they also come under its ,~urisdictione German-speaking young people fmm other countries are invited to the Reich, at no expense to themselves, in oxfier to receive training in 1eademhQ at,HJ instjtutes. Special stress in all these matters is placed on tie cft youth, including not only Norwegians, so-called "GeM Danes, Dutch and Flmings, but also Walloons, Finns and Latiatls. the tiLeague of European Youth" A more a&itious project, mxs laumhed by the Nazis in September 1942 at Vienna. There, the Par$y managed to rally the youth organisations of fo&een nations (& satellites) amund the principhes Of "unequivocal adherence to the 333construction of tie New Eurcpe" and the promotion of intemal struggles against "Jewish-PlutocmticBolshev%st ideas",

Nations participating wme: Gemany, Italy, fhrmania, Bultgarj.a, Croatia, Slovakia, Spain, ITorway, Hmgary, Holland, Belgium, nWalloonia" (Belgium), Denmark and Finland. A permanent secmh.hat was formed and a monthly periodiCa nJmges Eumpa" (Young People) was fovulded. O-t;her international estaIbli.akrment of:i934

activities

of the HJ were the

A World Youth Hostel at .Altena near %gen/estfalen in (tmder the auspices of the Intexmtiona1 %orking Committee for Youth Hostels). A Germanic House opened in Bmunschweig, WEL (See Annexe A, Part Five) for Germanic Youth at Stegskopf ar~3 Seeboden, which co-operate with the Volksdeutsche l@ffen SS. 3xmdc Land Service l sche Lmddiemtjughd (G-f3 The Geqnaa2 Yo-uth) for agticulturdl mrk in the Eastern tedtories.

PAR?!VII OL~SITION YOUTHMOVXMEW1S 40. Lesp.3. l&s.sures regarding German Youth

The ?olizeiveror&xxng cum Schutze der Deutschen Jugend (Police Decree for the Protection of German Youth) issued in November 1943 by HIhWE3, in his capacity as Chief of the German Police, indicates that Hitler's campaign to win the youth of Germany, despite its thoroughness, has met with some resistance, The decree prohibits youths between the ages of 96 and 18 from frequenting places of entertainment after 9 o'clock in the evening, tiess accompanied by a'parent or guardian. People under 46 are completely barred frown such locales after 9 o'clock, and no one under 48 is permitted to smoke, dance or drink in public under any circumstances. Those who join the Wehzmacht, md SS are exempt from these regulations: this is believed to have encouraged recruitment. The real purpose of this edict, aside from any pretended moral or so-called disciplinary reasons, may have been to discourage unsupervised gatherings of young people, where opposition to the regime might be planned or covertly displayed.
41.

Unofficial

youth organisations

outside

the HJ

Reports on hand clearly indicate the existence and growing strength of underground and unofficial organisations operating outside the HJ. . Some of them are secret remnants of the old "BUndische Jugend" or the confessional youth movements; others 'are prob&ly Left Wing in origin. Some have recently been created as sma'll groups functioning within a t.gvm, city or city district; others may have national or regional connections. It is not always clear whether these groups exist as convinced anti-Nazi cells or are tierely a reaction to the: restrictions, discipline and military orientation of the HJ. Many have simply developed out of the desire of young people to enjoy their sports, hikes and cultural activities unshaoky led by party supetision and coercion, A group in ilustria, called "W$ener Praterschltifef' plans its activities inlocal dance halls and its activities have been reported in the Viennese press. Some meet secretly at their leader's hame, scxne assemble mder the guidances of a parish priest or minister, some are led by older people, while a few maintain liaison with adult underground movements, Xembers often wear secret insignia inside their coat lapels. S-called "Edelweisspiraten" (EP or Edelweissban in the Rhineland, the Ruhr, Westphalia and Southan Gennrury have attacked isolated HJ boys, provoked them in street fights, assaulted SS and SA personnel and even performed acts of sabotage, such as staxting fires in fuel dumps.

42,

Repressive Measures

Nazi police forces, andinparticuUrH.JSED detachments are constantly on the alert for these opposition groups, It is, reported that on apprehension for the first in case of lesser demeanours time, these boys 8x-e liable, to be taken into custody cwer a weekend ("Jugendarrest") Etzrther offences resylt in sentences to Zwangsanstalten (Compu.lsory Institutes). f Two former concentration camps, at R.LWZNSmflCK and KIRINGEN, have been transfovraed into Ju~endschutzlager der Sipo (Security Polfce Carqs for the Protective Custody of Youths), and are said to come up to she standard of the normal. adult concentration camps, for brute treatient of the inmates.

ANNEXE (Order of Battle

A Tables)

PART ONE: List

of HJ GJZBIETE.

1. Part One lists the HJ Gebiete and Befehkstellen in numerical order, giving the NSDAPGau with which each Gebiet is practically identical. PART TWO: THBHJGEBIETE.
2. Part Two gives details of each Gebiet, in ntmerical order, the first page in case giving HQ, personalities and schools, and folkming pages giving the identified Banne of the Gebiet.

3. "GZBIETSFkRUNG"; (Regional Dire&mate) Gives HQ location, and identified staff pers&naIities, Gem tezms and abbreviations.

using

xwNt3": In addition to Banne (and axq 4. "IrnIFZED of thei&aVied subunits), towns in whicmAP Ki-eise have theix HQ, are listed for reference, as'it is a general principle that HJ Banns are located in such towns.

5. Part Three provides a numerical index of the Banne with Gebiet to which each belongs. Bame with specie2 names till'oe at the end of the list. PART FOUR:~BAN1\Fi~ JLISW WTICAUY. 6. Pert Four gives the same information as Part Three, except that Banne identified by location only will.also befound here, while I?a.xme identified by mmkmr only are not included. PARTFIVE: HJ SCHO0zSANDCAMXS. 7. I Schools are here listed subdivided in most cases according they are lczated. PART SIX: HJAUXUDSFk. 8. Part Six lists HJ representatives abroad, according to countries; rank and. functions are given,
NOTE: for German towns,

according to type, and to the Gebiet in which

be made to the text. hnexe D,

names of bureaux etc. reference should 0ff.icia.l abbreviations' are given in

Al

ANNEXEA PART ONE HJ.a3IEm AND 3EFEmsTEw NSDAP. &xl Location of Headpters

With corresponding

HJ, Gebiet
No: 1 Name:

EJSTZBP. Gau No:


25

Name : Ostpreussen ErtlarkBrandenburg Berlin Niederschlesien Pommern Schleswig-Holstein Weser-Elm3 Sad-Hannewer33raunschweig Westfalen-Nord Essen Kbln-Aachen Moselland Hessen-Nassau Kurhessen Halle-Merseburg Sachsen Thtiingen Franken MUnchen-Oberbayern W-text&ergHohenzollern Baden Bayreuth Magdeburg-Anhalt Mecklenburg Westmark -w3 Wien Niederdonau Oberdonau Steiermark K&r&en Salzburg Tirol-Vorarlberg Dusseldorf Sudetenland Schmben Danzig-Westpreussen Wartheland K&igsberg/Pr. Frankfurt/% Berlin (3.2 Breslau I 3tetti.n II Xiel. Oldenburg'O. Hannover MClnster/Westf. bW.heim/Ruhr KKLn Koblenz (Rhein) Wiesbaden Kassel Halle/S. Dresden A. 24 Weimar NUrnberg Mhchen Stuttgart W. Strassburg Bayseuth Magdeburg Schwerin Meustadt/a.d, Weinstrasse Hamburg1 Wien Vr11/65 Ken XIX/~Y Linz (Ponau) Graz nagenfurt Salzburg Innsbruck IXkseldorfEller XeichenbergOberro-Senthal Augsburg Danzig Posen

Ostpreussen (formerly O&land) Mark Brandenburg 3erli.n Niederschlesien Pmm Nordmrk Nordsee Niedersachsen Westf'alen-Nord Ruhr-Niederrhein K&+&hen Moselland (formerly Westmark) Hessen-Nassau Kurhessan mttelland Sachsen Thtiingen Franken
HOChland

16

21 26
29 37 33 fi8 6 11

9 10 11

12 J-3 & 15
16 17 18 17

18 10
13 8 27 34 7 19 42 1

20 21 22
23 24

wttemberg Baden l3aymuth (formerly Bayrische Ostmark) Mittelelbe R&cklenburg We&nt32% (formerly Saarpfalz) -Tz Wien Niederdonau Oberdonau Steiermark K&r&en Salzburg (formerly Ostmark) Tirol-Vorarlberg IXh3seldorf Sudetenland Schwaben Danzig-Westpreussen War&eland

17
40

3.4

25
26
27

3 43.

28

29 30 31 32 33 34

20 22

31

11 28
5 32 30 4

35

35 36
:i

36

HJ. Gebiek
3: 39 40 41 Nanx? s Mainfranken r&: 15 23 24 42 Name:

Location of Headquarters

Oberschlesiez3
Ost-Haanover l3hmen u. l&hren

Mainfranken Oberschlesien
Ost-Hannuver

wlirzburg Kattowitz

42 We&f alen-Slid SE Gebiet Befehlsst. IE % 1~ w R Ekfehlsst. Befehlsst. Ekfehlsst. Befehlsst, Befehlsst.

Westfalen-Stid

Ltieburg Bochum Prag XXX


Brussels Krakau (Cracuw) DenHaag Riga

Belgien Generalgouvernement Niederlande Osten O&land

x On19 the Befehlsstelle (Territorial C-d IQ) B&hswn und M&hren (Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia) has the legal status of a Gebiet such as those numbered from 1 to 4Z

ANNEXE PART Two

THE HJ. GEBIETE x Territorial Administrations in Numerical Order

GEBIET 1, (Corresponding

OSWrntTssEN

to KDAP-Gau 25, OSTPREm)

HQ: K,-Gebietsf&rer:
HA.111, (Jfhlsik) :

KBnigsberg/Pr., J&gerhof 17/18 Phone: 34 541 H&f. Staf, Oskar DWT E!CHOLZ (H)

Ch the 'Staff:

Baf. FRIERRICH OTHERPEHSONALI'JYIES (Assignment Unknown) EM'. Alfons BAZTRUSCR Herbert BOECH; (Fi%xerofaBann) K.F. BRAND, (Firer of a Bann]

met

Location: Mschimmen, Post Lyck-Land Moldenten Rosensee Karnitten Tilsit Boyden

Name of School cowmandant: OP cq: Romotten

Gebietsfwrerschule 3: Gebietsftierschule IT WEL. II Landjahrlager Adolf-Hitler-Schule Reichsschiess u. Gel&niieschule

Ii

Including

the BZFh~SSTJILLEN

No, & Name:

Lucat ion :

Cwder:

Elentffied Sub-Units:

1
3

mnigsberg Preussfsch Holland Gumbixmen Tilsit Htinigsberg Goldap Ins terburg r;yck Allenstein Sensburg Ragnit Ortelsburg Wehlau Preussisch EyXau Angerburg Heilsberg Braunsberg Neidenburg Memel Heydekmg Zichenau Xackeim Labiau Bartenstein PMhnen . Deutsch Eyl-au Schrbttersburg

J3af. STRAHL Plg.Gef.1

41 43 45 147 150 151 270 278

(Memel)

'

staf. BilkI?

&!+ (Rminten)

(Galinden) (Pregel) (Natangen)


t Ermlatld (w<gau

Gef.in

Wtzen

290 291 292


293 296 30 471 473 679 681
782

@f=app)

Bad. ENGLER

793 796
876

(Fried-land)

Gef,in

Goldberg

Seats of NSDAP-Kreise, at which corresponding ppsibly exist &FaPP Ebenrode Gerdauen Heiligenbeil Heinrichtialde Johmisburg Mielau Mohrungen

HJ-Banne may

Ostenburg O&erode Praschnitz Rhzsel Scharfentiese Schlossberg Sudauen Treuburg

GBrn (Corresponding

2,

BdARKmmuRG
16, ll!lhRK E3IlANDENBIIRG)

to ~wfw?-eau

HQ: GebietsfYkrer: Stellv. HA. III: Gebietsinspekteur: GebietsftIhrer:

pr~furt/O.,

Phone: Gebf. Mtz

32 21

Rejnmannstmsse

KNOCE?

o.Baf@. SCHULZ O.Staf.


Ernst

GR&ER

Franz IKrINK SCHOOrS AND CAMPS

Type: Gebietsftirschule I

Location: Cottbus Am Odersee

Name of School 0HYhT.Q: Gerhmd Liebsch

Comandmt: O.Staf. mw

Landdienstlehrhof Adolf-Hitler-Schule Frantrfurt/Cder Neueelle/b, Guben Potsdam Reichsjugendftirschule Reichsseesportschule Reichsschule f, Weltanschauliche Schultmg Reichsschule f, Soziale Jugendarbeit v P ~--I Potsdam Prieros/&rk Schloss Molchowfi. Neuxqpin
Kamrnerjb. Golzow

Trebbin

No. & Name: 8 12 20


24 35
46

Location: Drossen Guben JtiteAog Nt3uruppk Brandenburg

Commander:

Identified Sub-Units:

(JtkterbogLuckenwalde) &PPb! BrandenburgZauch-Belzig)

0.Geff.mJI.m Geff. m Geff. Heinz POE33

Gef.27,

%belsberg

47 48 52 64 l.40

ZUlichau Senftenbeyg (aalau-Luckau) (Soldin-Landsberg)Landrberg/W.


Cottbus

0. staf-,

Prenzlau Ktistrin Frankfurt/O. Falkensee, Eberswalde Wittenberge Sorau BeeskowStorkow Finsterwalde Templin Miederbarnim) Ostprignitz) Bemau Frit2waJ.k Pots&ml Crossen Rathenow

Geff. MELXTZ

mcm ( K>

Gef.in Klsnigsberg /N 111.

14.1 195 (Osthavellend) 196 BWKh) 197 t Westprignitz) 275 368 369 370 372 373 374 71-f 723

H.Geff, mscm
Gef.l (Besskew-Mitte) H.&&f, KBCK Karl

Baf. mom O.BEkf. 0. RIfixcm

(Westhavelland)

o.staf,

LI-iJc= (IO
ILMiarme xnax

.Seat,s of I'@QA.P-Kreise at which possibly exist Angermund;! Laben Meseritz

corresponding

Spremberg Teltow

GEBIET 3.

?isjaxLrN l373RLIN)

(Corresponding

to NSDAP-Gau3,

GEBIETSF~UNG HQ: GebietsMhrer: Stabsleiter: Ii&, ICI, Wehrerttichtigung: Abt, Rechtsfragen: Geb.Insp.d.Flieger-HJ.~ Geb.Beauftr.f,Umsiedlung in Ostpreussen: Berlin C 2, Alexanderplatz Phme: 51 5201 Gebf. KAxA2m H&f, Heinz WET2
4

Baf, GxzEISE2

Staf.

PLfmiIRE

Helmut N&ZX'EEW Baf. KRIUMER

O.Baf. Benno ETTINGER Baf. Willi van lEEID H.Baf, Gottlieb HIEEH Baf. mcm SCHOOLS AND CAaapS
Type:

Name of School orCamp: Birkenwerder Ost-Berlin Herbert NORKUS

Commandant:

GebietsfWrerschule Gebietsmsikschule Wm. I NQL 36 Sormerlager JPEA. Xeichsfunkschule 'JJehrgang fb Jugend u, Volksmusikleiter *

Dreetz/a, SchIlferberg Klein Koris Berlin-Spa&m BerlinCharlottenburg %X-lbCharlottenburg

w Probably converted

to 'KEL,

No. & Name:

Location:

Identified Sub-Units:

6 21 37 61 129 155 (Gerhard Liebich) 198 199 (Georg Peiser) 202 201 (Herbert Norkus)

reddingReinickendorf Horst-WesselStadt, PrenzZauer Berg WilmersdorfZehlmdorf Pig. clef. 4 Staf, NeukBllnmmm Gef.19 %eptow &MenbergBafl CALvn~ (K) K&wick tieuzbergMitte CharlottenburgSP~d&U Ba.f-. BRFp (K) PankoW1GYeissensee O.Staf. SCHXDF ' SteglitzTempelhof hf.20 Baf, KUXHEL Hoabi tSchbneberg

GEBIET

4,

NIEDmmm

(Corresponding

to FEiDAP-Gau 21,

NDXXSCWSIEN)

HQ:
G-ebietsfuk-er: Stabsleiter: 'XA. I, Vex-waltung:

Breslau I, Ohlauer Stadtgrabm Phone: 52 241


G-ebf. Herbert 0,Baf.

17/M

HIRSCH

Hans &km

-a&&. Hans RADmKs

I-IA. III:
Gebietsarzt:

o.Baf.
i)r,

I-iAJQf

GlrnYIEL

OTEF2P!;JIsONALITI~ @zx&!pment unknown)


Baf. Werner HAUFT

SCHOOLS Am ems Type : GebietsfWrerschule


Gebietsflihrerschule Gebietsfeldscherschule YEL. VII

Location: I
II

Name of School or camp: Georg Beiser

coI?Imatldant :

Oderbeltsch,
Xr.Guhrau Hassitz Hirschberg Bartnig , Kr.biilitsch Kmzendorf Gross Iser Kar tha

Yxi

n Vormilit&risches Schiaucbildungslager

Siegfried

GUSSWT

WEA.
N-1;:. ,
Rekchq

Naurnbuq WaXstadt

,ortsdhlllc

1:

lkmnnu/i3ober, KrJ.Awenbcr.g
Ste inaqjOG.er

~(:~c::r:sschl: 1F :z.ir,

ir

$%&ably

convcrtd

to J%.

No. &: Name:

Location: Liegnitz Schweidnitz Breslau-Stadt GtSrlitz Glatz Wohlau Glogau Hirschberg Brieg Bunziau Miesky (Kohlfurt) Frankenstein Breslau-l;and

Cormmnder: L

Identified Sub-Units:

7 10
11

154 157 280

19 343 50 58

Baf. SXIEHT Plg.Gef.2 Baf. PROBST, SOF.

0. staf, IVIALORNY

(Hiesengebirge)

3&? 28 349

Siegersdorf

kf* 17,

350 351 352 375 376 378 379 803 807

810

Grtln'berg Landeshut Oels Waldenburg Trebnitz %3=J Reichenbach/ Eule IJauban Ohlau Jauer Striegau

Gef.27, Hemumnsdorf' Gef,in Neumarkt G&l, Brockau

BE&. &LER in Sprattau

Baf, NAGEL

Seats of EDAP-Kreise possibly exist Fraustadt Preystadt Goldberg Guhrau Habelschwerdt Hoyerswerda Mwenberg .

at which corresponding

HJ-E&me may

Ltiben Erfilitsch Namslau Neumarkt Xothenburg Strehlen

GEBIET 5, (Corresponding to

PoRlhlEIRN 26, PW)

NmA?-Gau

i-i.1 : Gebietsfbr: Stabsleiter: HA. II, \Vehrerttichtigung: G-aujugendwalter:

Stettin, 11 Falkenwaldrtr Phone: 33 220


fE.Baf.

Str.

69

Gerd TDXSER

U. Baf . STEmmGETq 0,Baf. SCmfARZ

o,Baf. vfmimm SCHOOLS, AND CB@S

Fype : Gebietsftierschule Gebietsfilhrerschule Y/EL. I PAL. 11 WEL. 3e Sommerlager Adolf-Hitler-Schule I II

Location:

Name of' School or Cm-g:

commandant:

Binow-BucNreick/ Hans Mkllon b,Stettin Machlin Goddentow, Kr. Lauenburg iVestfalenhof Gross-Born/ Neustettti L&min Krl)ssinsee ,

2eichsseesportschule III

Ziegenort/Kr. TJc&ermkde

Admiral P, Trotha

Probably converted

to WEL.

No. & Name: 2

Location:
Gross-stettin
stargad

Commander: o.Baf. LUCHT

Identified Sub-lJnits: ktorsm

9 I.4 34 (Ax-vol-pmrrlem) 42 (E.ansManon) 49 54 UY

Flatow Anklam Stralsund s to1p Kolberg Deutsch Ikane 14'ried&erg Imenburg


K3.istettj.n

hf. ldlJl?swFx (sm. 3 o.Baf, STRUiUCK


11. ck?ff . CfMfE;2! &i

jJj

NAgen

175 176 193

(FriedebergAmswaZde)

staJun?n I, I'Ix'nsmlde

206 294 295 353

Greifenberg Greifswald KtSslin Greifenhapen :h2lrleidemitbl BIltow Naugard Belgard

0, Staf. HOSSIlm~sc~ECI?

37x,
462

683
685 686
687

690

689

Jamen

Schlochau

Geff. PLM3I (K) STURCH(K) H+Banm my

Dramburg

Seats of' NSDAP-Kreise at which correspmdinp, possibly exist

pyritz
Regenwalde Rmmelsburg SchJawe

Schlochau Ucke&de Use&m-Wollin

GBIET 6, (Corresponding

NO~\MK 3XIL~$-HOUT8Z~)

to NSIXP-Gau 29,

GEBI-E;TSF&WG

l-10 :
Gebietsftihrer: KStabsleiter: HA. III: Geb. Beauftr./ill;V.: Gebiets~~lsikreferent: On the Staff:

Kiel, Augustenburger Phone: 92 20 Clfebf. Wbert

Platz

XEIFORTH

U,Baf, Hans COUI?JG Baf. KI'EIUNN Baf. rnE<rn 23af. Friedrich H.Geff. HEDE

SCHOOLS ,4NB CAkPS

Location: G-ebietsf%hrerschule Gebietsftlhrerschule T0a.d. Iv WEA. Keichs jugendftierinnenschule Smerlager I II MalenteGrernsmtilien Gudenborg 3;eckSchtSrhorn Pl8nJFiolstein Mittelburg/b. Eutin

ik3me of School or&imp: Otto BMcker

commandant: OHM

B.Geff. Dr. SCHuElIANN

(Motor HJ.) Fissau-Eutin

No, & Name:

Location: Schleswig Heide WzmburgStadt Ltibeck Rendsburg Kiel Bad Oldesloe LCfbeck-Land Ytetiburg Nemkster Mbxln Niebiill PiEUleberg Eckernf6rde Brunsbilttel Flensburg-Land Segeberg Eutin

Commander:

Identified Sub-hits:

84 85 (Norderdith86
rrmschen)

Staf.

KOCK

337

162 i63 w 185 (stormam >

202 418

Erwin M8LLER (K) Gef,ti Kellinghusen HA&f. Erich STORM(K)

419 463 498 . (Stldtondern)


iteg

819 (Stiderditha20 822 marschen)

Baf', CI-FKISTIAi~~ G.Staf', WITrYE H.Geff, Erich STOMf (K) SCH',WTTZlw(K) HJ-Bannc ~2

Seats of X3X!?-tieise possibly exist Eidersteat Husum Lauenburg

at which corresponding

Cldenbtq/Holst. Yllsn

(Corresponding

to NSDAP-Gau 37,

VEER-m)

HQ: Gebietsftirer: Stab'skiter: HA. IV,Bauemtum Landdienst: HA. L-k, Gaubeatitragter f,d. Kriegsberufswet'ckampf: Gaupropgandaleiter: und

Oldenburg i.O., Damn 3. Phone: 6031 Gebf. LOHX, Baf. Xudi Dkf333 Geff. mm

Baf, Gerd ARNM: H&f. Carl JUNG

Baf. Dr. GROLZJ.2

OTBXRFEZSONALITIES (Assignment Unknown. AlfredBR&XIQX (E%hrer of a Bann) Baf, FEUXWUN6 in Renslage)Erwin GELLJ!XEEN ofaB8nn) t Fbre~ Baf, SCHACHTEBFlCK (in OldenbuT, O.Baf, Dr. Herbert WARF?ING SCHOOLSAWDC&@S Type i GebietsfWmerschule Gebietsf&rerschule NPl3.A. I
l

Location: AumWlle/b, Wildeahausen Bad Zwischenahn Haselknne

Name of School or Cq: Hansb&ffhnan

coamne#dant:

II

No. & Nme :


59 75

Location: Wilhelm~haven Bremen

Commander:

Identified Sub-Unit=-:

78
91 148 191
225

@nabtick-Stadt Oldenburg (Emsland) Keppen Aurich Vechta Emden-Norden Osnabtick-Land Leer/Ostfriesl. Oldenburg-Land Bentheim Lingen Nordenha j.kmmerland) Bad Zwischenahn

Staf. GIESE Baf. SEGELKKFJstamm I - XvJIf Marine-Stamm I -Iv Fig.-stawa I -III Flg,&f. 4 Motor-Stamm I -Iv Na.Gef- 1 - 4 l3af. STROH Marine Gef, 1 E'lg.Gef, 1

286
381 382 500 600 691

251

Staf. Villi GEIS 'O.&f, ??A3NENBORG Gef.in Einswarden

825

Seats of ITSUP-Kreise possibly exxt Aschendorf Bersenbflck Cloppenburg Melle

at which cqrrespondina
Norden

HJ.-Banne may

Varel Wittmund

*mm.

8, --mm

(Corresponding to Nspgp-Gau33, SbELW~-BRA--G)

Harmover,

hswalder

Str,

T/8

Phone: 52 631 K.-GebietsflGrer: EA. III: R,Baf, Hans SIERK Staf. Joachim -

ste11v. Gausports- Baf. ftuwer :


mHER momrEs (Assiment lhkIlown~

KarlBRcXXSC~(~rofaBaM) BE&f, Dr. Kans -

Location: Gebietsf&rerschule

Name of School or camp:

cmdant

Dehmke/Hamel.n Peter %iess Htlmelheide ss U.S~, GIGM

LanddienstZehrhof

Edaigehausen/ G6ttingen

Akademie E'. Jugend- Braumchpeig f*mg Musikschule Musikschule Braunschweig Bticke Berg

No, & Name:


73 74 79 82 92

Location: Sulingen Hannover Hildesheim GMtingen Braunschweigt Stadt Hameln Goslar Helmtedt Northeirn Alfeld

Commander:

Identified Sub-Units: Marine Gef,

Baf, ZACHAU

Marine-Einheit 2, SW3 Gef. 44, Broitzen

164 250 255 256 257' 2 73


2%

Baf. JAK'BS Baf, TR.ITSCm Staf, GRAB332 Flg.4ef.2 Gef.in Seesen Gef.in Barringhausen Gef,in Wunstorf Gef.6, Bra Gef,in Bassum

(Kdenburg

Hmnwerr-Land

Neustadt HoYa9 Grak'schaft Nienburg VolPenbUttel P&-L?3 Duderstadt Blankenbuqy' Harz Bockenem Hannoversch hatlnden BraunschweigLandosterode/Harz

445 4t6 447 448 449 450 451 452 453 456 468 596 597 598 599 791 945

O.Baf. PUNK!3

Einheit

z.See

Gleidingen Salzgitter at which corresponding; Rolzminden Northeim Zellerfeld


HJ,-Ekmne mar

Seats of lYSD&Ureise possibly exist

Einbeck Gandersheim . Grafschaft Diepholz

tgcm~!P 9, (Corresgmnding

WESTFm-NW

to NSRAP-G~U

38, ~STF~AN~)

HQ:Gebietsf4h2er:

M.!nster, Diepenbrockstrasse Phone : 40 051 Gebf, Walter O.Baf. &!EISE s-t&, HAUSEN
KRbHER

30

Stellv, Gebietsf-Uhrer: Gebietsbeauftragter f. KLV.: BetriebsjugendWalter:

Baf. E+ald GIEH3LE.R

OTHERPERSOUTIES

(Ass~&m ent Unknown)

Baf, Fritz A.L!CHOl?F' Heinz BRkJiER (Fkrei of a Baf. Hexmann FRICKE O.Baf. HImEL

Type : G-qbietsf?ihrerschule

Lmation:
Schloss

Name of School or camp: Walter Vagnitz

Coxnandant:

Schmsbell/ b. *en, Haldem Haltern/Westf. JJariawald Augustdorf'/b. Sennelager Augustdorf'/b. Sennelager Geff. tirT&

Gebietsftirschule WEL. I

WlET,Iv

Reichsspo&schule IV

Gladbeck

No. & Name:

Location: M&mter Minden Detmold Hagen E3urgsteinfurt Bielefeld Coesfeld Herford GelsenkirchenBuer Recklingha.umm BeckumWarendorf Bocholt Bcmrop Rheine Faderborn Htiter

Commander: o.Baf. s-

Identified Sub-Units:

13 15 55 oJippe) 135 llc5 i58 168 I.83


228

Fig. -Gef. 3
Gef.lS, Hagenmesey

0,Baf.

wEssIEI;NANN Gef.33, Nerdltiwen

Baf',' S~xtQANN Baf. G Staf WINKEIF W&Et

252 233
261

262 (BottropGladbeck)

staf,

Em

in Cloppenbw3 Gef.8, DelbAck

263
281

385

Seats of NSDAP-Kreise at which corresponding possibly exist ekeburg LEbbecke hdinghausen Rinteln Tecklenbuq .Wiedenbrhk

HJ-Barme may

GmIET 10, (Corresponding

RuwR-h'IEW to MQKP-Gau 6, ESSEN)

GEBIETShUNG HQ: K,-Gebietsfier: Gebietsbeauftragter f. XIX,: Gebietsarzt: Abteilung Osteinsatz und Um.ddienst: Milhein/Ruhr, Herbert-Howard+Platz Phone: 44 161 H.Baf. Hemarm PETRI H,Geff, Dr. Baf. II??, SCrn~TZ SICKERMANN 1

CTHEXPERSONALIT~S (Assi@mentUnkncwn) Baf, Heinz I3I3WlNGI Baf. Dr. Heinz LANGE H.Baf. Dr. Eugen V8GLE.R SCHOOLS AND CABdps Type: Gebietsfmerschule I GebietsfWxrerschule II Gebietsfeldscherschule Location: Burg Alpen L&ford Mtilheim Heythusen (Hollend) &soy Harzbeck/u. Geldem Staf. CAFI1;z Name of School orCamp: Herbert Howarde +mandant:

WEA.
Nachritohtenschule YBEL.III

NO, 4 Ntm:

Location: Rees Oberhausen b&lheirr/Ruhr Essen Duisburg-Sid Duisburg-Nerd Moers Kleve Essen-Nerd Dinslaken Geldem

Commander:

Identified Sub-Unfts:

57 60 159 173 235 236 237 238 239 469 470

o.staf. mzEN O&f, !5EEGMANpJ Baf. B-h.3 0,~. UGEWIE Mot.Gef.10 Bat?, Hl!imscHEN in Hamborn E!af.Pkl!HE Staf. ICBENER HA&f. TIIIEXER-

Baf. WOLFF
K.Geff l JfhzKIEL,

stellv,

GEBlfET 11, (Corresponding

IdhMACHEN K&&AACHEX)

to NSDAP-~U 12,

HQ: K.-Gebietsftth~~r: EIA, Leiter: Stellv. Gebietsarzt:

XKLn, Claudiusstrasse Phone : 40 753 H.Baf. Staf.

JUXSTADT-BOHCHERT Willi BRAUN

0,Ba.f. Gerhard. JWPfSCH

OTJDEZ PERSOIJALITIES(Assiment Baf. Freddy lV?REm o.Baf. ww SCHOOLS AMI CM T.ype: &bietsf%hrerschule 1 GebietsfWwerschule II NJZL. I VEL. II WmJ. m. WEI;. WNlJ* Jugendmusikschule A,H,-Schule A.H. Schule vFzk A.H.4Wml.e m. . WalbrtJl Bensberg/b. KBln . Location: laIBrath/"b. Ktjln Mehlem/"b. Godesberg Schleiden/ Eifel Zweifall (Stolberg) &meter Kohlscheid kkrlsbeuden Sbgerath Siegburg K6nigswinter

U&pm)

Name of School or CRmp: Paul Thewellis Baldur vun Schirach

Comrmldant :

Reichsauabildtmgslaear II

tbwrfle+.eP

NO. & Name:


16 25 53

Locatioti:
Htiln (rechtsrhein. )

Ccmander;

Identified Sub,-Units:

Gef.5,
Baf, Georg WERLE

Aachen-Stadt (Hansestadt Ktbl) K&I ItbIn-Land 'Bopur llax%Il KI%n-Sfid Siegburg

H8henberg

Mot.Gef.1

, 160 161 217


240 242
272

65

m%d (Uberbergisch)

&l
3lr, 3%

Gmmersbach Jiilich Euskirchen Bergisch Gladbach Aachen-&nd Bergheim Schleiden Geilenkirchen Erkelenz Eupen
Ma3.mdy

B&f. Kurt BECKMANN Czef.12, Uferen

;L!3
389
46k

673 674 8~0

H,Geff, ENGEL (Is)

Fig. Gef.

Manschau

GEBIET12, (Corresponding

MOST

to NSRAP-Kreis MOSELLAND)

HQ: Gebietsf'Uhrer: Stabsleiter: WL. IT, 3auermtum utld Landdienst: Abt. Press u, Pr0pqand.a: Geb. Beauftragter f, Jugendorganixation in Luxemburg:

Koblenz, Alte I4osklburg Phone: yj 08


Gebf. Bolf

KARRACH

Bar. if?aAmIG Baf, Rolf BEXXm SW', WY,GA,TTOW

0.Ba.f. Karl FFJJXN

gl?HE.flPERSOTUITIES (Assi~tJhikmwn) O,Baf, Heinz BCPP SCHOOLS Am CAMPS Type : Gebietsfkerschule I f%bietsft;Shrerschule If A.H.-Schule A.H.-Schule
WEA.

Location: Niederlahnstein Niederhauqen Koblenz Platten Calmer Berg (Luxenibuxg)

Name of School or camp: s

C-dant: --

Erich Niejahr

No, & Name: 28


29 68 69

Location: KobZenz BitburpJEifel Andernach Trier

Commander :

Identified Sub-Units:
kf.3,

Vallendar

inPr&ll

243 244
2@j

(Vied) (Lieser) (&ittelmosel) (Hochwald) (Idamald) (Hurwrtick)

Neuwied Wittlich TrabenTrarbach IaarOberstein Baumholder Simrn Saarburg Bad Kreumach Remagen Hermeskeil Bernkastel Luxembusg O.Geff, LzINm (K) Walter lLlI?RW(K) Bar. Fritz HAI;A:. H&B-e may
w.l6,

246

Baf. ZIEGm

kf.37

247 248 258


3% 355 391
765

Strorrib&rg

Seats of PX%XP-Kreise at which correspondinff possibly exist Ahmeiler Betxdorf/Sieg Kochem st. Gear

GEBIET 13, (Corresponding

IfEs$EM-NASSAU IXESZXN-NAXiAU)

to NSRAP-C-au10,

HQ: K,-Gebietsftirer: St85sZeiter: HA. II,


tigung

Wiesbaden, Herbert-Norkusstrasse Phone: 20 f541 H.&f, ERNST

39

O,Baf, Heinz KE@XJ!PZ Baf. MICHEL Baf. Rolf BECKI Rolf BOUKER Dr. Joergen ZX%GEEF-VOIGT OTI@RPEESONAUCT~S(Assijqment o.Baf, Dr. GAUHL Ernst GmSS (mer Unlmawn)

Wehrerttich:

HA, IV,Bauerntum und Landdienst: GebietsinspekLeur der Flieger-HJ,: Gebietsarzt:

of aBann)

SCHOOLS AND CAMPS Type : GebietsFQhrerschule I


Gebietsfllher-

Location: Eltville/a.Rh. mnigshofed Ts. Breitscheid/ Westerwald Hmdstadt/Ts. &egskopf/ Westemald Geilnau &nienstein/ a.& La.hn Stegskopf/ Vesterwald

Name of School or camp: Christian Gr8ssmam

commandant: I

schule II
WEL

WEL, II K5I.J. R Someslager

K.

43af

STAHL

NETA
Reichsausbildungslager IV Xusikschule
% Probably

converted

into VXL.

NO, 24Name:

Location: Eesbaden k.ankfurt/ 8. HAin

Ccmmander:

Identified Sl.l+units:

80 61
87 88 115 117 (Cberwesterwald) (Peter Frie5z)

Westerburg
VJetzlar Yanau Lkmnstadt Giessen Main2

W.8,

Erbach

98

116

ckf.21

Baf. ms
IiIMlLING Staf. BfkKDlG

118 166 (?!aunuT) 186 249 253 (Lahnta1)


254
287

woxms &id m.Tnburg


Frankfurt/ a. Main 3ensheim Limburg Bad Nauheim Offenbach St. Goarshausen Iierborn Lmterbach Schlkhtem Xontabaur

(Wetterau)

288

Sbf.

I!IxxxkLK

in Schwalbach

303 304 (Voplsberg) 392 771 (UnterwesterW&d)


772

Seats of lEDIl?-Kreise pos,sibly exist Alzcy Bingen Rtitc!ingq Erbach

at which

corresponding Gclnhausen Grocs-Gerau Yleilburg

HJ-Banne may

GEiEEEZ 14, (Corresponding

J.ClRlBSSm KURHES~N)

to NSDAF-Gau13,

HQ: GebietsfCfhrer:

Kassel, Kdserstr. 52 Phone : 35 075 H,Baf. ScErn CXlEEEl PlBEKNALITIES (Assignment Unknown) Rudolf GAEERT(F&rer of a Bann)

Type : KEL. II wEL* III: V-EL. rv WEL. v

Location: Hmberg Ziegenhain/ Bez. Kassel Post R&uxhain/' ti. Weysa Yost Btihrshain/ ii, Treysa

Name of School or camp:

comandant : O,Geff, JmlATH

No. & Ngne:

Location: _* Kassel Fulda Ho&erg/ a.d. Efze Jarburg Korbacw T/aldeck Eschwege HersfeId

Cmmander:

Identified sib-units : I

83 167 192
2%

I3af. l3liDENH,AUSEN Flg.Gef.4, Mot.S~

MM.Gef.1 EM.' EICa l3liiRGE.R

226 274 (Meissner)

ckf.13,
O.Baf, SCBW Erich BISCHC~ (K)

Hertigen

393 (Ixeinhardswald)

Hofgeismar Xelsungen

761

Seats of N3MP-tieise possibly exist 3zmkenberg Ii'3nfel.d Botenburg

at which corresponding:

HJ-Banne my

'CViteenhausen Volfhagen Ziegenhain

GEBIZT X5, MITTELZAM) (Corresponding

8, to pliSDAP-Gau
GEBXiWSF~WG

HAZE-MERSEBURG)

HQ: Gebietsftier: HA. Leiter:

Halle/Saale, Burgstrasse Phone: 27 061

46

O.Gebf, Kichard RXKIWERTH Baf. IYIATTER OTKERPElXSONALITIES(Assipmnt H.Baf. Johannes I&lXER SCHOOL5 ANMX@?Z5 Locaticm: Name of School 0rCam-p Vemer Gerhard ccwmandant: TJnknom>

Gedietsffirerschule TmL. I wExL 11 Landdinestlehrhof I?PEA.

Gut Grimritz/ b, Halle Reuden/b. Zeitz 3 Abstdorf Naumbur@;/Saale Schulpforta/ b. Nawiburer

0. ;jtaf.

NO. 8e Name:

Location: HalLe-Stadt Torgau Naukbyrg Scheinitz

C-&r:

Identified Sub-Units:

36 72 203 234 266 301 302 356 394 395 3% (Saalkreis) (BdansfeldSee)

in Herzburg/ Elster

Eisleben Bitterfeld Merseburg Wittenberg Halle-Land Bad Liebenwerda Delitzsch Gef.25, Zacherben Gef.22, Kersdoti Eilenburg Na.Gef.1, Eilenburg Sangerhausen Zeitz Querfurt Xarine-Gef.1 Gef.in Eckartsberge Gef.in Xossleben ' St&me in Ermsleben Klostemmnsfeld Leimbach Mippra Ahlsdorf MCM-33f.2, Wolfen
stamln v,

DOrrenberg

Gef.16,

397 398 399

479

(mlsfeldGebirge)

Hettstedt

G51%1" 16, (Comespcmding

SAI=HSEN SACIISEN)

to X3DAP-Gau 27,

(riiEKmTs*mG
H&:
:,lL, -\7ebietsfIlhrer;

Dresden A 24, Bismarckplatz Phone: i& 451 H.&f. Wilhelm GUASE

?A. IV, Bauernturn md Landdienst: kbietsinspekteur f. Cst43achsen:

Baf', KOHL O.Baf, STFJGLICM SCHOCG,AND CAMPS

m:

Location; Gmthen/b. GrW Glauchau b. Dresden Leipzig

Name of School or caJ7qx Hans Queitzsch

cmd,ant:

GebietsfUhrerschule I Gebietsf'Uhrerschule II Gebietsftfhrerschule III Gebietsfeldscherschule 'ImL, II m3L. III WEL. VT Z-EL, XII JEL, WEL. m3L . K!3L. w R,-Samrrterlager "Buch '* Landdienstlehrhof x

Straschitz Schloss Hainewalde/b. zittau Altenberp, Aschberg Dable~ti. Oschatz

Neu;circh/!;r.
Chemnitz Schibacl&. Oelsnitz Oahlener Heidehof/b. Horitzburg converted into TEL. Heide

Probably

NO. & Name: loo 301 102

Location: Dresden-Stadt Grossenhain Zittau Bautzen Chemnitz Annaberg Auerbach Leipzig Dresden-Land Zwickau Ylauen Weissenfels D6bel.n Pima

Comander:

Identified Sub--its :

O,Baf, SmGu[cH H.Geff. CZM[ARz (K)

Gef.9, Olbersdorf

103 105 (Obererzgebirge) 104

106 107
108

O.Baf. G133WUR
Gef. 2,

133 134 138 139 177

Kirchberg Q.Geff, lvI&EITIN O.Baf. IE3IJI

stxm IT, Heidenau Gef. 8, zschachwitz Gef. 15 ) Lobmen

l-78 179 181 182

Kamenz Grimma Fl8Jha Yreiberg

Gef.13, Niederbobritsch Gef.14, Uberbobritzsch

206 238 210

207

211 212 2'13


2&

(Tam-4 Chemitztal)

Oelznitz Aue Meissen Stollberg Glauchau L8bau Boma Hochlitz Qschatz iXppoldiswalde Xasienberg

Gef.8
3af, KU~ O,Baf'. L&XZR

2?3

216 357

Baf, FMJMAAN

(Corresponding

to XSW-Gau 34,

lTidhINGEN)

HQ: GebietsfWwer:

Weimar, Lottenstrasse Phone: 63 36 0,Gebf. Theo SCKfil'li:

17

Type: Gebietsftlbrerschule 'r7mJ, II ma. VrnL. Iv


im l

Location: Allstedt/a,d, HelIne OlnrrjlrUf Bad Berka -iGUdS Vacha Blankenh&.n Weimar Illfeld/Ham Obemassfeld Sondershausen Weimar Weimar, Schloss Belvedere

&me of' School or Caq: Rufolf SchrtJder

Commndant:

H.Baf.

SIEGm

3s o.schEtf.

A.H,-Schule A.H.-Schule m-ml, Reichsschiessschule Musikschule Xus ikschule Lehrgang ffir Jugend u, Volksm-usikleiter

No; & Name:


32

Location: Schmalkalden Erf'urt Jena Gotha Greiz


Gera

Commander:

Identified Sub-Units:

71 94 95 96 153
218

Flg.Gef.TV

O.B&f. I&mR

Gef.

26, Weida-

Nerd Flg.Gef.1

Saalfeld
Scmneberg

219
220 221 222 (Eichsfeid)

Amstadt Whlhausen Heiligenstadt Nordhausen Ideiningen TiYeimar Eisknach Altenburg HJ-me may H,Geff. MCXU'G (K)

223 358 359 360


361

Seats of NZWP-K.re,ise at which correspontin. possibly exist Hildbm@ausen Langensalza Schleiz

Sondershatisen

(Correspondkg

to IWW?-&u ~EZXE!PS*UNG

7,

t > Y?MNXDJ

HQ: GebietsfUwer: HA. IV, Bauemtum und Landdienst:

NWnberg, Y?esttorgraben 17 i?hme: 63 055 Ckbf. Dr. Alfred Q,BaF, Fritz RAXXKE

LOOS Unkmwn)

UTm PEEISONBLITES (Assi~ent H.Baf. PaulKI!ACHHW H.B&f. SC-

Type : GebietbfEhrerschule

Location: Cadnlzbuz?g

Name of School or cm2: Josef G&III

l3XNTIFIETI RAANE No. .c% Narpx


113 II

Location: Nhberg Rothenbuq/ 0, d. r. Ansbach NUmberg

Commander: O,Baf. RMJZX Baf. LODL

Identified Sub-Units: Na. Gef. 4

308

339 321

TZf.22, Buch Mot.Gef.1, Mthenbach EDrn (x)

324 333 774

F&rth Weissenburg Erlangen

Seats of X3&U?-Kreise at which corres~dina_EW43anne possibly exist DinkelsbBhl Eichst&tt Lauf/a.d.Pregnitz Schwabach Neustadt

rqy

(Corresponding

to mAP-Gau

19,

ldh!lEN-QB)

HQ: GebietsfUwer: HA. III, Weltanschauliche schulung: HA. IV, Bauerntum und Lmddienst:

Mkchen, Georgenstrasse Phone: 3481~ Gebf. Thorn ST&XL

'7

Baf. Heinz MILLER H.Baf. XEHRLICHER Baf, Wilhelm II?FEIT.AG

Gebietsinspekteur sm. : Gebietswzt: on the stE&f:

Baf, Klaus STRAUB star. Dr. l!7zExR

Baf, Ul2xK.x ScHQOLfs AND CUPS

Type : G-ebietsftlhrerschule YrnL.


WEL l

Location: weyarn/hn. Miesbach Treuchtlingen

Name of School or camp: Josef Neumeier

. Commandant:

TEL,
vm l

a.

Reichssegelflugschule AA-Schule NITA.

Schwangau CXemsee Neubeuernllnn

No. A Name:
!I 310 n mnau) i IStlX)

Location: Mnchen rngols taat Freising Landberg/Lech GarmischPartenkirchen MIhldorf Rosenheim w Bad -9eichenhall Bad T&z Aichach Wasserburg Traunstein Miesbach Stamberg llPaffenhofen F&mtenfeldbruck Ebersberg Erdiw

Corqrnander: ECKL, SOF. o.staf. Nc(!mx

Identified Sub-Units:

313
:2:

327 328 336 337 454 593 594 595 850 854

(btal)

Baf. Karl W&X

Na.Schar 4, &h&au

Bat

STEIN

Gef.in dorf

Siegs-

855
8%

O.Staf,

WEEEZ

879 Seats of NSUP-eeise possibly exist AlttStting Dachau Schongau

at which corr-nding

HJ-Bame may

Schrobenhausen Veilheim

GI$.BBT 20,

jdh?.TTWE?&B.G 's&RTTFXBERG-HOl%3JZOLIERP?)

(Correspwding

to XSDAP4a~l 42,

Stuttgart W, Ernst-Weinstein-Strasse Phone: 65 @56 GebietsfUhrer: Stabsleiter: HA. II, wehrertllchtiguq: Gebietsinspekteur d, Marine IiJ.: Gebietsarzt: K.-HA.Ltr,: Abt,Ltr, im Stab: Gebf. Erich SW= Baf, FRESH U,Baf, li3limJ JANLE O,Baf. Dr. BAUER O.Baf. Audi DIEUN Baf. Georg UN=,

40

Baf. Eugen PFUD3XER

(ilTHERP~OUXTES

(Assijqnment Unknown)

O.&f, Werner &!TGXN (may be in Gebiet 36) Baf, STmG (in Tuttlingen) SCHOOLs ANT CAhilps Ty-pf3-: Gebietsftirerschule %ELt, III VI3L. \VEL. Ausbildungslager der Gebietsf%hrung IWElL m. Reichsausbildungslager III Location: StuttgartSolitude A1tenstei.G b. Hagold Hechingen Mochental Oberstaufen Backnang Iiottwei1 IZningen PJarne of School orCamp: ',Vilhelm Neth Commandant:

No, & Name:

Location: GrossStuttgart Heilbronn

Commander: Baf. Gustav DISK w3af. ltfbHmAu.ER

Identified Sub-Units:

119
Il.20 121 (Unterland)

GeF.38,
Meinshe im Gef.17,

HeilbraunBkkingen

122

Crailsheim Baf. LbE~NTHAL Baf.wILLIEZ (Zollern) (Rems) Freudenstadt Ebingen Bar. IfiAME3 Gef.in Belingen

123 124
125

126

127

Ludwigsbjarg Waiblingen ;:; Esslingen (Wilhelm Neth) Biberach 366 401 (Schwarzwald) Calw Bbblingen 402 403 (Heuberg) Tuttlingen Rottweil 425 426 (CJberer Horb Neckar) Leonberg Strohg&v) :;i Vaihingen/Enz t Strombel:g) Eeutlingen 429 (kha)

180

Baf, EI&WMGm

C.Geff,

l3YLAND (K)

O.Baf, G"prg HAm

431 432 433 435 436, 437 438 439 (Ho~berg)


J.&O (SchwKbisck Wald) 442 (Chrngau)

Friedrichshafen Wangen/APlg&u Saulgau Mkk.ngen Baf. FAILENNtitingen scnm (R) *Pingen Heidenheim Schtibisch Chtind Backnarig Oehringen Bad Uergentheim Ehmingen Schwgbisch E&L1 MAidh?m (K) Sigmaringen

kf.6,

Scheer

443

Donaubnd) Cowburg)

G.l1BIZS'T 21, (Corresponding

BAD73 BAD3.N)

to I'EXXP-Gau 1,

Strassburg, Reirmarschstrasse 1 (formerly in Karl.sruhe, Mppurer Thone : 27 5% Gebietsffihrer:


Gebietsinspektew:

Strasse 29)

O.Gebf. Friedhelm lWl?m H,Baf, Norbert Dr. mx (AssiFfnment Unknown) -OTIIER2FY!3%3ONM,11TI%S Karl BAWd (Ftihrer of a By-m) Baf, Bh O.Baf'. Karl ESCHIJX Bar. HIKQX&NV Baf. ZIKKXWNN (in Bruchsal) ~~300Ls m cum Name of' School
or cmp: co~J.rnmrldant:

FRANK

Mbietsarzt:

Type : GebietsfYihrerschufe I &bietsfQhrerschule II Gebietsftirerschule

kxation: Ettlingen Ollweiler Rastatt Neckargemtid Hauenstein/ Pfblz Herrenalb/ Schwarzw.


uML0m

Fritz

KrtSber

Gebietsftihrerschule \m. II

VEL. III
IVXLI l

Baf, B'URGlXBFF

H Hlhrersommerlager LNPEA. NPEA, Reichssport-

Oberehnheiq/ Strassburg Achern Reichenau Treiburg/

No, & Name: 40 109 110 111 112 (Tr, Krtiber)

Location: Donaueschingen Y~lsruhe-Land Heidelberg Baden-Baden Yertheim Preiburg Konstanz L8rrach L3.h.r Offenburg Mannheh Pf orzheim

Comrnan&er : Baf. KAST Baf, FW!3Y O,Baf, IlYEmz

Identified Sub-Units:

142 149 171


170

wt

113

Staf,

HEXBST,SCW. .

Baf, GANZ Baf, CLEIG u.staf, BARTH Gef.21 Gef. 1, PforzheimDillweissenstadt Baf, K3ETZ

4cj4 4.05 406 407


408

(Seegau)

$2

&sbach WaNshut Bruchsal Villirlgen YJberlingen Buchen Kehl (formerly in Strassburg)

Sepp KOGG(R)

736 ;;i

727 728 729 730 731 732 733 734 735

739 740 74.X


742

Sinsheim S8ckingen SLacka& Bvll finmendingen Mtillhei~ Volfach Neustadt Weissenburg &3Jp3l&U Zabern StrassburgStadt Molsheim StrassburgLand Schlettstadt Ba~poZtsvveiler
KOlrnar

Stamn I, Sundheb Neumtihl Kork Odelshofen stm m,v, Preistett Marine-Gef.

Baf. Karl -X&DEL

743 745 746 747


74s

Gebweiler TW MfMhausen Altkirch Laufenburr?:

Staf. NAIKR U,Staf', BJNTSCHI 0,Baf. mm Baf. DE310mT

GEBIET 22, (Corresponding

BAYTWJTH 2, BADWJ!LX)

to Nm-Gau GJ3BIlDSPtiUNG

HQ: K.-Gebietsf'tlhrer: Stabsleiter: HA. IV, Bauemtum und Landtienst: Gebietainspekteur SD. andSS Verbindungsftihrer: Qzbietsbeauftragter f. KLV.: Gebietsbeauftragter f.d. Feuerwehrdienst: Gebietsreferent Kommnalarbeit: Gebietsrechtsreferent: f.

Bapeuth, Xaxstrasse Phone: 33 41 H,Baf'.UVW?BECK

H.Geff.

U!XlXtNGm

Willi

DAM

Baf, scm>m

Baf, HEINDL H,Geff, GFJLING

Dr, STbrnG OTHERPERSONALITIES (AssiF(nment Unknown) Baf, K&B (in Dingolfing) H.Baf. Fe331 MOILER SCHUOLS A.NDC&PS

T.ype: WEL. II WEIJ. III Landdienstlehrhof Landdienstausleslager A,ii.-Schule

Location: Guttenthay/b. Kenmath Erasbach/b. Neumark Neumark Bayreuth HeswXberg

Name of School or camp:

Hotieister

10. A Nm.e :

Location: Bmberg Weiden Bayreuth Kegensburg Passau Hof &burg Landshut Neumarkt Cham Deggendorf' Eggenfelden Amberg Straubing Aussergefild Kelheim Wunsiedel Forchheim Kulmbach Kronach Vilshofen Mainburg Zwiesel CberriechtachWaldmtknchen Stiach/fn.n

Ccnnmander: Baf. Baf, Baf. hf. hf. mocm BAYER HAUSLADEN I!4tbER THOMBS

Identified Sub-'&its:

307 ;z 329 (Fichtel330 (Koburg'j 332 339 340 341 342 345 346 589 694 697 858 861 862 867 868
(Voitsberg) Seats of XX&P-Kreise possibly exist Beil.nj-#es Bogen Dingolfing Xbemannstadt Griesbach Hauzenberg Lichtenfels &!&berg
864

gebir

e>

mSTNER, Hans, SOF. Fritz THUMM(K) Baf. LIST Baf, HEINDL Baf. Hans BECK BBC= (K) Baf.DIETEL

O.Sihaf. KCjNTG(K) Baf. THOW DrnRL (K) Baf, M&XX IlILEDmmmR, SW. HJ-Banne max

at which corresponding

Parsberg I Koding Rottenburg-L&ber Schwandorf Strakonitz Tirschreuth Vohenstrauss Waldkirchen

GmIEIT 23, NXTTELELBE (Corresponding toNSDAP-Gaul4, MAWEBURGANi%%T)

HQ: K,-GebietsfWrer: HA. II, vehrertichtigung: Gebietsbeauftragter f. KL;v. f Un the Staff:

Magdeburg, Werner-F'ritze-Strasse Phone: 44 fJf31 H,Baf. BARTSCH Staf. HEZSE (K)

25

Bar. LFIUE Baf, Erich HIIZXSCH

(IITTBRIYElEKNUES

(Assilpznaent Unknown)

H.Baf. SCHBEo,l3&f. TICHY (in -de-g) hap. CttntherZW"IG-(h-burg)

Type: &bietsfWwerschule I JmL. WEL. WEL Gebietsmusikschule KLV.-Lager FluggeMnde Flieger-HJ. NPEA. NPEA. Rcichsausbildungslager 1 d,

Locaticsn: Thde Bernburg Hqysburg Thale Dardesheim


illlHarZ

N&e of S&ml or camp:

cwant:

Prohser Berge dallenstedt KMhen b, Dessau


Anhalt

No, & Nme: 26 27


66 93 365

Location: Xagdeburg Gardelegen


Burg/h

Cornmandex?: E&if. mm

Identif'ied Sub-Units: 0, Baf. Siewertz

(Allmark-West)

Magdeburg
(Anhalt-Dessau)Dessau

Halberstadt

Baf', GRUPE Stamm in


Wemigerode

209 409 410

Schbebeck Norderbarde Altmark-Ost Eialdensleben Stendal mthen Osterburg Zerbst HamersJeberi Wanzleben Genthin Stassfurt Bernburg Calbe Oschersfeben Quedlinburg Salzwedeb Wolmirstedt

staf.

MiiRm

Gef,in Veckenstedt (K) Gef.in Salzelnen

Baf.Lumy O.Geff; Ixjmmmm

411
422 G7

749 750 751 752 753 754 755

H.Geff,

STANGE

Baf. l3UCHHEIIM
wEI?Tzuu (H)

GEBIJ.39' 2&, (Correspcmding

J4FCmuRG MKXLENBURG~

to NSIUP-Gau 17,

HQ:

Schwerin/i.,M., Phone:

Horst Wessel Strasse-1 (Arsenal)

29 83

Gebietsftier: 'Stabsleiter: HA. II, Gebietssportlehrer: Landesjugendamt (Kriegsberufswettkampf): Geb. Syhul- und Hochschulbeauftragter: Gaujugendgruppenftier: *

H,Baf. Walter UNGER Baf. Dr. HtfBNElR Dr. KLOSF

0,Baf.

Bpilli

IcLLDm

0,Baf. HINZ

KOESTF;R

Otf%ER YERSOi'ULITIES (AssAment Baf. I8HMANN Baf. RICK&!! (in Restock) Baf, Dr. VCBS SCHOOLS 'm !Pype: VJEL. I WEL. II Landdienstlehrhof A.H.-Schule Location: Varen Wwen Neckeln Heiligendamm CAMPS

Unknm~

NamRaf School or Camp:

Cedant:

No. & Name: 89 90 Y? 298 299 413 414 415 416


7%

Location: SchwwinStadt Restock-Stadt Neubrandenbw3 Ludmigslust Mistrow WiSmar

Cammnder: H.Geff'. SO&ANN Baf. WANWIEJ B&T, C2ANZEL

Identified Sub-Units:

staf.

WILHELM

(MMtz)

Waren Parchirn Malchirl Schwerin--Land Restock-Land


Hagenm

757 758

Baf. BARPEL Gef.in Boizenburg Gef.in Liibtheen Abrine Schar, Jessenitz Peuerw,Schar, Jessenitz Baf, LEONHARDT

.a

759

Sch8nberg

cmxm 25.,. rnzm


(Corresponding

to NSDM-Gau 4.0,
GEBIETS

WESnm)

HQ: K,-GebietsfWmer: HA. IV, Soziafabteilung: HA. v: Gebietsinspekteur SRD.: . Gebietsbeauftragter KLV.:

Wxzingerstrasse Neustadt/Leinstr., Phone: 29 56, 31 21 O,Baf, 'ii0ilhel.m KE3LLZR


Baf. SDMSKY

41

Baf. ALY

FEXGF Baf, K&m

Reinhold BURKERT(-Z%hrer of a Bann)

Type: Cebietsf%hrerschule I Gebietsfithrerschule II GebietsfUhrerschule GebietsfUhrerschule

Location: He,ssheim Bits&. Burg Lichtenberg/b. Kuael Kaiserslautern

Name of School or camp:

Cormandant: Baf. Klaus

HJ.-Feue'mehrschule Sulzbach des Gaues Westmark AX-Schule A.H.-Schule Prankenthal Landstuhl Marnheim
HmA. .

?Yeierhof

Rufach St. Vlendel

Keichsausbilciungs-

Metz

lager II (Xachrichten

HJ.)

Type : 31Segelflug Scmmerlager x Segelflug Wnmerlager n Segelflug Sommerlager


3s Segelflug

Location: Germersheiq/ Pfalz Prl)h.nerhof Niederkonn Ochsenfeld Rodem St. Avold Schalkendorf' Schallodenbach

Name of School 0rCq:

Commandant:

Scmmerlager w Segelflug Somerlager 3~Segelflug Sommerlager w Segelf lug Sommerlager H Segelflug Sormnerlager

H Probably

converted

to WEL.

No, 82Name:

Location: Saarlautern Saarbficken

Commander:

Identified Sub-Units:

30
70 146 174 3x7 318 322 323 343 34-4 702 703 w+ 705 706 707 708 709 712 713 (Ostpfalz) (Yestpfal 2) (Nordpfalz) (Donnersberg) (Saar-Mitte) (Saar-ost)

VtiXklingen Neunkfrchen Ludwigshafen Landau Zweibficken Kaiserslautem Frankenthal St, Ingbexrt; Hokbtarar/Pinnasens &3el R@enhausen Kirchheimbolanden Neustadt/ a.d.% Baf.RoREtI ~ef.8, fels hrnenBaf. BBUER &if. WIfiU~ Gef.inBad IXirkheim Gef.in Breitenbach kf.21, Gries 0,Staf. H,Geff. BDXJD KYCEm rGef.27, W3sau/Pfalz

%argembd &tz-Stadt Netz-Land HJ,-Bann my Baf. LANGxz=

Seat of NSDA?-Kreis at which corresponding -_ possibly exist w St. ifrlendel

GEBI%T 26, (&zresponding

l3.AX.BURG HMBmG)

to NYDAP-Gau 9,

HQ: K,-Gebietsftihrer: K,-Stabsleiter: I-N. TV, l3auerntum wd Landdienst: Gebietsbeauftragter KLV. : On the Staff:

Haniburg 1, Nagelsweg 10 Phone: 24 1281 O.Baf. Franz PAUL H.Geff, EGGms

Em?. T.l-uMs O.w3f. ?3N333

0,Baf. DoOTI-EKPEXSONALITIES (Assignment Unknown) O,Baf, Hans l?RIEN B&f. Dr. JlmGscmR Baf, Hans-Hermann IANGJ-iEXN K.-Baf, SCHOTT l!!cxmOLsAm CAMPS

Type: Gebietsftirerschule Gebietsffitierschule Musikschu3.e

Location: Dibbersen/'b. Harburg Tuttau Hmburg

Name of School or chq:

GefE, Ileinrich scm

No. & Name: 31


76

. Location: Hmburg-Altona HaIriburg-we s t Hamburg-Nord Hmburg-Ost Ifantburg-Siid HaiburgHarburg HaiburgWan&beck Hamburg-Mitte HmburgBergedorf

Commander: O,Baf, KUHIUUQ Baf. HEII12E STEFFE& SOB'.

Identif'fed Sub-Units:

188 282 283 417


420

H.Geff.

REYDORN

Staf. PEzTz Dr. Giinther SUNG

421 422
424

Baf. Horst c00 Staf, UJ!JG

Hamburg-Hafen

w3Im (Corresponding

27,

wmm

to NSDAF-&rr 4YL_, WENj

i-IQ : K,-Gebietsftier: StabsLeiter: HA. XI, Cebietsbeauftragter f. vorrnilit. Ausbildtmg: HA. II, sportabteixung: I HA. III:

Wien e/65, Albertgasse Phone: B42 530

35

H.Raf. Hans JA!.UTEf?.DACHER O,Baf. PHLTjIGER

Baf. WJmu rmL XGeff, Staf. KCOKLJT N.ADI.X~

Gebietsinspektewd. Marine-H~wA--~~~ Baf. SXf3~% Gebietsinspekteur d. Motor-l-V,: Gebietsinspekteur d, Nachr,-KJ.: Gebietsbeauftragter Kw.: KreisjugenZmJ.ter wien : On the Staf'f: I3rLz Baf. HEIN Baf. Fl;r44Txmr U.rA?ff. MtYmR HJaf, Hmald &3X1%; C?,Baf. Kwt Unknown, HVF%

O'JX"ER ?ERSONAZIITIES(Assi:rment

,Type : Gebietsftirerschule WSL. IT N3L. III

Location: Plankenberg boss Hollenstein I lXitzmannr,hof/b. zwett1 Raab/a.d, Thaya

Name of School or camp:

c ORl?M2Xkln t.a. * --_I--

Name of School Type: x Reichsstreifendienst Lehrgang kRD*) XTXA. X?EA. KPEA. Location: Sch!Mm-mn
or,. CmlP :

Cmda.nt:

SS-Kraftfahrschule ,

Breitensee/
b l idien

Vien Wien (Bauernhausgasse)

,?&Stubaf. Otto smm

w Probably

ccmverted into WEL,

No, & Name: 491 501 502 503 504 505

Locaticm:

Comn~~der: KOIIL\T

Identified Sub-Un:i.ts:

Y/ien-CYHakring O.Staf, K.en, Bez. I Wien-Ost, Bez. II Wien-Stid, Bez, III Wien, Bez,%l wien-mdling Bez. V ,
.&If l SEBLUJZ

Wien-Scht5nbmnn. Bez. VI 507 508 509 Wien-V?est, Bez, VT1 Wien, Bez. VIII Men, Ekz. IX Geff. S~~CHTZR Shf. F-?aLlm

GEBll3T 28, (Corresponding


,

NQDEIWNAU m=CNAU)

to NSD)BP-Gau 20, GZBIETSF#BUNG

HQ: Gehietsrtlhrer: Stabsleiter: HA. IV, Sozialabteilmg: Sonderbeauftragter: #l'm

Wien x111/89, Vinzenz-Hess-Casse Phcme: A50 5s H.Baf, ICIE?AC~-s~ Baf. van PAULBERG . Bar. Bolf w-ExlER Baf, Victor HAHN

29

PERSONALITIES (Assignment W-mmr~.. Baf. Gm hf. HAGEN SCHOOLS - _-.-_ AM.3CAMPS

me: Gebietsftierschule I

Location: Schfoss Sitzenberg/ Tcr. Tu13.n Hubertendorf

Name of School 0rCanqx

Commandant:

KPEA. KPFlA. Reichsseesportschule IV E Lagerschule

Traiskirchen Twmitz Neusiedua. See Thurnersbach

10 Probably

converted

into WEL.

No. BcName: I

Location: Neubistritz Tulln Bade&. Wien Bruck/a. d. Leitha WienerNeustadt Eisenstadt Oberpullendorf St. PBften Scheibbs Jmstetten, Schloss Edlach Idelk &vet-t1 Waidhofen Krems Korneuburg l&a. d. Thayzl Mnserndori Neunkirchen Lilienfeld Cmtind Horn Hol1~bmn.n Nikolsburg 2nai.m

Commander:

Identified Sub-Units:

497 511
512

510

HA&f.

THUNER

513 5u,

517 518 519 520 521 522 523 524

;1165

Bar; Gl?LiTIYm Baf. vKKDMAm

Baf. G35E!ESL

g2
527

Gef,in bath

Mistel-

528 529 530 585 586

rJef. 25,

b18dlau ,

fiXBSET 29, (Corresponding

OmcIMAU OBERDONAU)

to NSDAP-Gau 22, GEBD3TSFhUNG

HQ: K.-Gebietsf&rer:

Linz, X;andstrasse 36 Phone: 23 944 H.Baf, FJSOID (Assignment Unknown) of a B-1

OTmX PFXXMLITXES Fritz

ETZEL (F&wer

5cHOOLS. AN.. CAIW Type: WEL. I ?mL, II Location: Vorchtorf? tierSchdrfling Staf. ZEITLANG

Nme of School
or Cm~: Comnandant:

No. & Name:

Location: Linz-Stadt LinzMUhlviertelT/est Rohrbach Freistadt/ Oberdonau Perg Steyr Kirchdorf/ Krems Gmunden SchEtrdina Wels Kap1ita

Cmder O.Staf. H,Geff,

: K!ZGMAYP ,IUFsS

Identified Sub-Units:

531 532

533 534 535 536 537 538 5u 54-3 587 588

Staf.

X!ZXli

hf. Xed/i. Innkreis V8cklabruck Vorchtorf

KRliIJSE

Baf, EDLINGER Baf. Alois BUllIN Bar, DAHIX corresponding HJ-Banne may

Seats of hrSQ#P-Kreise at Mich possibly exist

Grieskirchen

GmDI! 30, (Corresponding

STEIST.ED=)

to hl'SDf4P-Gm1 31,

I-IQ: K,-Gebietsftihrer: Stabsleiter: / Gebietsinsp. Motar-HJ.: d.

Graz, Kroisbachgasse Phone: 83 050

H.Baf, Eduard DANzmGm H.&f, SmP3ZScH

3af. KOWATSCH O,Baf, m/mmm scHooLs -NJ-D cAMPg Location: Name of School or CRmp: cmd.ant:

Gebietsbeauftragter KLV. :

Gebietsftthrerschule WXL. 1 Wm. II WEL, III

Retzhof
Raslaqh.

Birkfeld St.Ruprecht/ a.d.R Kr. Cilli

H Schifager n FfIhreslager

Llachtalhaw Pragerhof/ Untersteiermark Wtlrther See W&ther Vbrther Laubegg Preding Sbding See See

n .Ausbildungslager (Marine-HJ.) s Ausbildungslager 3~Ausbildun@ager Landdienstlager Landdienstlager Landdienstlager Gebietsmsikschule Musikhochschule

Schloss Eggenburg

Type: m. Npfx .

Loca,tion: Seckau Vorau

Name of Schoul or, Camp:

Somnandant:

Probably

converted

into WXL,

No, & Name:

Location: Graz-Stadt Feldbyh Hartberg Bruck/a.d. Leoben Liezen Judenburg


Deut sch-

Commander: Baf. mm%(K)

Identified Sub-Units:
Gef. u

545
546

Mc3t.Gef.l

5u 548

Mur

Gef.ll &3tLGef.3

549
550 551
552

Gef.10

Landsberg Leibnitz
Graz-Land

eef.6, stainz Baf, Z3C=


Baf. JkZR

553 554 555 556 557 558 559


560 566

Mureck FUrstenfeld Oberwmt sulz

G&P

Gef.12 G&7 Weizb. Krakburg Graz B&f. lI7lsNm HJ.-Barme q Gef.13

949 Seats of NXUF4Creise possibly exist Murau ljltirzsuschlag

at which correspmdiw

Voitsberg

(Corresponding

to NSDAP-Gau 11, FZlmN) GEBIETSFkEWNG

HQ: GebietsfCChrer: Stabsleiter: H/L. II, \?ehrerttichtigung: G-ebieksbeauftragter KI.sI. : Landesjugendwart: Kreisjugendwalter: Abteilungsleiter: Keichsredner: Dl'm

&hnhofstrasse Klagenfurt, Phone: l& 12 H.Baf, mG-GER RAUTER

35

Baf, Martin Baf, MXX4.lJ

aaf, XUSETSCHNIG
Baf. O&car KUBER

Baf, VOLGA Werner FAHTUX O,Baf, Dr. Karl LAPPER PERSONALITIES (Assignment unknown) Baf. Rudolf EGGER

Type: Gebietsf&rerschule WEL. der Grossgermanischen Jbgend

Location: Velden/a. Wlirkher See Seebodenia. Millsee NIJtsch/i. Gailtal Steinfkl~i. Drautal
Gries

Name of School orCarq:

Commandant:

Seeblich

Baf, mm

WEL. WEL
Wm.

14ill..stadt/ Spanheim St,Paul/Lavant NPU. Reichssportschule StJeit V St.Ruprecht/b. Villach

No, & &me: 561


563 565 548 59@

&ocati.cm: Klagenfurt V8lkermarkt Spittaua.


llt%-l

Commander: Baf.P-IM Baf, MlbJAER d. Baf. OGRIS

Identified Srib-Units:

Wolfsberg Hemagor Lien2 St.Veit/ a.d. Glau Villach

H.Geff,

PONTASCH

GEBIZET $2, (Cormsponding

SALZBTaG SaLzBVRG)

to ~NSDAP-Gau 28,

HQ: K.-Gebietsftihrer: Stabsleiter: Gebietsarzt:

Salzburg, Znbergstrasse Phone: 51 75 O.Baf'. Adolf IlEUTATZ O.Baf'. Hans ST6Gm Dr. l?EICmEJGm (YEER PERZKNUZCIE (Assi~ent

22

Unknown)

Walter llilEI= (in Lofer) M. B&f. Georg PEKLO (in Radtstadt) hf. ST&I'ER f3groors AND CfiPS _Type: GebietsfUwerschule Locatim: Gr8dig Name of School or camp: "Wilhelm Gustloff" Commandant:

IDmrF~
No. BeNam3:

J!IiumE Cm&r: Identified Sub-Units:

Looa tion : Safzburg-Stadt Hallein Bischofshofen


TCUTlSWg

578 579
580

$31
582

Zell/a.
.

See Baf. FELLENBE3G Gef,in Seekirohen Baf,GRUBEUIGG

583

Salzburg-Land iRnd

GEBIET 33,
(Carresponding

!J!lX&-VORG 'X.X&-VORWILBmG)

to KRAP-Gau 35,

HQ: Gebietsltirer: HA. IS, 'Jehrerttichtigung: &.biekinsp,d, Motcr-HJ, :

Innsbruck. 3Juseurnstrasse 21 Phone:. i+ 66


H.Baf. Otto WEBEll

Baf. SPCTL
O.Baf. Hans aEs!tTERLE AND CAMPS Name of School ,

scK?oIs

yype ;
_ @EL. 1 WEL. II aLager x Lager

Locatim:
Biiauruch/a,

or camp:

Commandant:

Achensee
Buchau/a.

Achensee Melkalm Schwendt/b, KtSssen

JE Probably

converted

into WE&.

No. BcName:
569

Location: EmsbruckStadt Landeck Schwaz KursteiIl Dornbirn Bludenz Keutte 1mst Kitzb?ihel Innsbruck-Land Bregenz

Ccmmander: 0,Staf. Zl?PTL

570 5n 572 573 574 575 576 577 584 591

Baf. I.AXXER

H.Geff.

IlIFTS&:

Geff. -dkNm

B&f. 7mRAz

GhBIE!? 34, (Corresponding

Df.k%SELDoRF! ITJkSEmm)

to NSDAP4-m 5,

HQ:

IXisseldorf-FJler, Heim der Hitlerjugend Phcme: 15 66 Postal address: Diisseldorf 10, Postschliessfach (%/o G.P.O.")

Type: Gebietsfterschule rnL. I W-EL. III

Location: Xanten Ger&ind

Name of School orCamp:

Commandant:

IlIllEmmDa No. 2% I?-: 17 39 (Vuppertal-n> Location: Wuppertal DIJtSSeldOrf Krefeld Meuss (Niederberg) DusseldorfI~fettrnmn Remscheid Solingen Mk&.enGladbach WuppertalElberfeld

l.!umm Cormder : Identified Sub-Units:

Bat'. STA.SCH

56
229 230 231 232 233
267

(Corresponding

to NxwIp-Gau 32,

StJDETENLAND)

HQ: Gebietsf%rer: Stabsleiter: On the Staff:

Reichenberg-OberrommthaX, Phone: Strasse 415 Gebf. Gtiter XELVES FRITifXX PRAGZR

R&=hlitzer 23 &

Type : Gebietsf&hrerschule

Location: Schloss Kletzau/b. Tuchelsberg Heinrichsg* RochlitzFranzenta4/ a,d, Iser Wildflecken

Name of School or camp:

commandant:

WEL. I Wm. rv

Baf, REm

staf,

Vcm3L

3U.X. Lager IXUxrernachwuchslager Sommerlager Gebietsfeldscherschule

Bad Podiebrad KlJnigshiltte/b. TeplUzSchonau wranitz/ Sasautal PusteuAq%. Frankstadt Ploschkowitz

IE Probably converted

into WEL.

No. & Name: 601

Locatiori: Asch Aussig Bh Bischofteinitz Btihmisch Ieipa Bti Braunau Deutsch-Gabel Eger Falkenau Freiwaldau Freudenthal Gablonz Friedland Graslitz Landskrm Hohenelbe Hphenstadt agemdorf Kaaden Karlsbad Komotau Leitmeritz Luck Marienbad h%hrisch Schijriberg
Zwittau

Cmmander:

Identified Sub-Units:

602 603 604 605 606 607 608 609 610


611 612

'

Gef.in Heuscheuer

Ge~7, kf.3,

WildschUtz Ebersdopf

613 614
615

616 617 618 619 622 623 624 625 626 627 628 629 630 631 632 633 634 $2 637 638 639
620 621

Staf,

RUHS

Mies Neutitschein Reichenberg Rmburg Saaz Sternberg Tachau TeplitzSchbu Tetschen Trautenau Troppau

Baf.

susm

Gef.3,

Liebotschen

GBBT (Comesponding

36, ~~~~~ABEN
SCmABEN)

to NZXUP-Gau 30, GEBI~SFkRUNG

HQ: K.-Gebietsftirer: Stabsleiter: HA. I, Verwaltungsabteilung: HA. II, Wehrertkhtigung: HR. XII: m. v: (kbietsbeauftragter fUr aQle Lager: kbietsinsp.d. Jungenlager: Gebietsinsp.f,XZL. Om

Augsburg, Halderstrasse Phone: 86 61/63 H.&f. STIXGL\VAGKiR S8SS

O.Baf. Christian O.Baf. KLAVS O.Staf. ?&XLT,ER

Baf. KkTGEN o.star'. ER!!L (K)

O.Baf. FJBSLE=K Staf. PI3ZXlX~

: O.Baf. KYJW33R PERSONALT1~ES (Assiffnment Unkno~m~ O.Baf, Yemer KkGEN ( may be in Gebiet 20)

SCHOOLS AND CAME'S Type: WEL. Location: Schloss Pm$sberdb, Xinclelheim Name of School or camp: commandant:

x Vomilittirsicher Schilehrgang A.II.-Schule

am Nebelhom Sonthofen/ Allg&u

w Probably

converted

into XEL;

No, 8c Name: 3i.2 (Mittelschwaben)

Location: Memmingen

CoIlVl-Wlder:

Identified Sub-Units:

o,staf, WAIBL~G~~, SOF.

315 (Nordschwaben) NUrdlingen 320 338


(ai&h)

Kernpten AugsburgStadt

hf.- KQPP, Hemann. SOL

Dillingen Augsburg-Land O.Staf, DONAB (K)

495

Neuburghnau Friedberg Khufbeuren Baf. rnTrn

Seats of NSDAP-Kreise at which corresponding possibly exist Donauw&th

HJ.-Banne mx

Mindelheim

Sonthofen

GrnET 37, (Corresponding

DANzIG-~~Sw.~ms~N M&KZIG-VES!IFREU%SEN)

to NSDfP-Gau 4,

HQ:

Danzig, Vorsttidtischer Fhone: 22 745 &bf, Rudolf HENCKEX

Israben 44 q/b

Gebietsftirer: Stabsleiter: HA. III,

O.Baf, Heinz 'I;ASSEN Jugendamt : GLASUGm

KA. Iv, Ale. Yauemtum und Landdienst: Gebietsbeauftragter XZV.: Gebfetsarchitekt; On the Staff:

Staf.

GF,RsCiEL
1

Bar. HrndXXG EWSCH C,Baf. &!!Y

OTHER EEEK@&LTT~S (Assignment Unknown) Baf. Johann BURMME~ (in Danzig) O,Baf, Franz XEW Baf. STEGEK B&f', !PUC'!iSC~~R (in St&m) SCHOOLS AND CAMPS Type : GebietsfUhrerschule WEL. I (Marine-W.) Wm.1
MEL.

Location: Marienwerder Lautenburg/Wpr. Boderminkel


Zempelburg

Name of School
or camp: Qxrlmandant :

3Baf. GAUERKE

O.Staf.

KENDT

Nederlmdsch Landdienstlager A.H,-Schule

Kiederzehren, Kr. Marienwerder J&&au


stuhn

LGeff.

I!iEziM

Osthndftlhrer-

schule d.BJ.

Mmienwerder

Ordensschloss

No. & Name:

Location: Gross-Danzig

Commander: O.Baf. THrnSSrnT H,Geff. KOCH, stellv. Baf, NFXMAXN

Identified Sub-Units:

5 128 (Grosses
152 277
279

Danzig Marienburg Danzig Elbing Marienwerder Gotenhafel. Berent Dirschau Konitz Graudenz Danzig-Land Thorn Bromberg stuhm Tuchel Kulm

Werder)

(Ordensland) (WeichselWest)

W.Geff, KROCZR Baf, M&LlXR Nachr. stm I

297
640

Gef.in Gef,in

Qchljft Zoppot

643.
642

643 645 647


648

H.Geff,

KRfiGER

Baf, KUHN
Gert LEILING O.Staf. lhfazl!us Gef.21, Schllissen

649
817

Baf # NIimM!!T wzeff. J&m

881

1382

Seats of NSDAP-Kreise at which correspomiing, possibly exist Briesen Karthaus I;eipe Neumark Neustadt Preussisch Rippin Stargard Zempelburg Rosenberg schetz Stmsburg Tiegenhof Wirsitz

HJ,-Banne may

GF,BBT 38, ~vl&i?mm (Corresponding to IJSDA&G~U 36, IVAXTIEW)

GxBrmpmmT~
KQ: GebietsfNrer*: Stabsleiter: Gauinspekteur fti Sondereinheiten: Abteilungsleiter: On the Staff: Posen, Dr.-Wilms-Strasse Phone: 64 7% O.Gebf. Werner KU'HST O.&f, H.Geff, REICHEZiT BRILL

53

Bid. Feodor UTTO 0;Ektf. MPH3 OTm? ~ON&LITIES (Assignment Unknown)

Baf. A. MfhT;ER (in Litmstadt) Rudolf OTTQ -f. Baf * Kurt S!rENrn scIiuoIs AND cws

m:
Gebietsf'iihrerschule Gebietsfllhrerschule Gebietsftirerschule WEL. I m. Wl3.L iPEi.A. .

Location: Eichenhain M8lbm/b. Gnesen Seebrflck/b. scb.ri.mTrl Bergstadt Zirke/Kr, Bimbaum Xeisen wo11stein

Name of School or Camp:

Com~8ndmt: u.staf. SCHwfiTZ

SS-Ustuf. LEITW

No.

--4% Eiame:

Location: -m.Fosen Samter Lissa Jamtschin Rawitsch Bohensalza Dietfurt Leslau LitzmannstadtStadt LitzmannstadtLand Kalisch Pabianice ost sow0 Konin LentschCltz Gasten BEEIXMAN
corresponding.W.-B-e 3,Baf.

Identified Sub-Units: NAASE SmIWTZ

653 655
@?i

6%

Staf.

658 (RavritschGos-tingen)

659 660 662 (Kutno) 663


664

J3af. FXNTZKE: Baf, l?ENTZm

665 666 667 891 896 904 908 910

O.Staf,

BOHNl3

Seats EiDAj?-Kreise y__- at which ---I-. of --..w -2qssibliy exist &__c c-.ve-Altburgund @chubin) Birnbaum. Eichcnbdck (Wongrowitz) Gnesen Gost32-gen Gr&tz (Neutmischel~ Hermannsbad (Nessau j Kempen
KOhl~

Kosten Krotoschin

Mogilno Obernick Scharntiau schrimrn Schieratz (Sieradsch) Schroda Twrek VJarthbr-Ucken TP'elungen (Wielun) Wollstein Vlreschen

GEBIET39, 1m-N
(Corresponding to NSUP-ku 15, -1

HQ: Gebietsftier: X,-$tabsleiter: Gebietsbeauftragter mv. : Reiterreferent:

Wrzburg, Semnelstrasse Phone: 73 35 Gebf, I?XSBaf, vKNOLL

46

B&

!sJ&:
K.riegseinsatzlage,r

Location: I*SsfurtEbem

Name of School or cq:

commandfuzt :

No, C% Name: 309 333 334 335

Location:

Commander:

Identified Sub-Units: Gef.23, Veith6chheim

T8~tizburg-Stadt Baf, OBERMEm Aschaf'fenburg Mrzburg-Land Schweinf'urt FlXDXERICH (K) MAE32 (K)

Gef.39, Hapgachshof Na.Gef.2 Peuerw,Gef. 3

362

(NeustadtM&richstadt) (Marktheidenfeld Karlstadt)

Bad Neustadt

363

Wrktheidenfeld Kitzingen/ Geroldshofen

484

Wltenberg

Baf, Hans KFESS HJ,-Banne my

Seats of ll'SDAP=Kreise at p6hich correspond* possibly exist Bad BrClckenau Ebern Hassfurt Bad Kissingen Ochsenfurt Ktiigshofen Lohr/Main

GEBIrn 40, (Corresponding

0BERscms1m CBEXSCHU3S~N)

to WDAP-Gm 23,

HQ: GebietsfWzrer:

Kattowitz,

Charlottenstrasse

H.Baf, Horst HUEX23N

Type: Gebietsftierschule WEL. II, w Schilager


I-.

Location: Skotschau Bad G-&tschalkowitz

Name of School or CaIq:

commandant :

Lublinitz Gurek/b. Teschen

Heichslanddienstfiihrerschule

g Probably

converted

into mL.

A85

DENTIPID No. & Rme: 22 Location: Gleiwitz Neisse Kreuzberg Ratibor

BANirn Commander: Identified Sub-Units:

23 51
62

Gef.39,

Gross

Darkowitz

63 156 194
268

Cypeln
Beuthen Hindenbuq Neustadt GPOSS Strehlitz Kattowitz Baf, 2%EIBERGER

Gef.33,
Riegersdorf

269
66s

S-tiimLn XVT Gef.76,

Schwientoch1uwitz

669
672

KLSnigshtitte Teschen Ldben Fless

Baf, PASCHKE
Stmm Iv, Skotschau

Baf.

BIRGHAN

Seats of NW-Mreise possibly exist Bendsburg Bie'litz Cosel Falkenberg Grottkau rClrenau (Chrzanow)

at tvhich co-onding

HJ.-Bame

may

Leobschtitz Rosenberg Rybnik Saybusch Tamotitz Warthenau (Zawiecie)

A86

GEBET 41,
(Corresponding

OS-WNOWR -U~T-KGNN~~)

to K!M?-GEw 2.4,

HQ: K.-CebielxfYihrer:

Ilheburg,
Phone: H.Baf,

Am Graalwall 51 47

13elmut EIFFERT

C.Eaf. O.Baf.

1CLJ.E(in Gifhom) Hans L?!PE~X (in

&ten)

SCHOOL5 A&II C&@S


Location: Gebietsfikwerschule GebietsfUmerschule Buchholz 'IsenhagenHankensbdttel Nme of School or C~TQ: Karl Heinz Schlmkrich CoTll?lmdant:

No, p: Name: 77

Location: Celle Ltfneburg

cormmdant :

Identified Sub-Units: sta%m III, Burgdorf

189
190 (Niederelbe)

Stade Verden Walsrode


UelZen

265 271
284 285 (Unterweser)

Wesem#nde Wittingen Cuxhaven Bremervhde Dannenberg

Bar, EHJXERS (Ii)

380 384 (Elbmtiding) 693 831

Staf.

FXiXM

O.Baf, BIPrn~C",T , G-d. 7, msten Gef.12, Trebel fkf .13, Leqpm Flg,Schar 2, Ltichm

Rotenburg Seats of NSDAP-Ceise at which corresponding HJ.-Banne may

Rurgdorf

Soltau

GEBIET 42,

\VESTl?ALEN-3b WESTF~N-SbD)

(Correspond3.ng to NSIM?-Mu 39,

HQ:

J3ochtm Wilhelmstrasse Phone : 63 401 O,Baf. Hugo I3ALD

15 - 17

K,-&bietsfiihrer:

HA. I:
HA. IIS * kumrabteilmg:

H.Baf . rnErnV H.Geff, Franz HErmkpJN hf. A.liwHom


(Asset Brim) Unkmxn)

HA. IV, sozia1mt:

CYIXER PERSOIULIT~S Haf, scTEJJ> (in

SCHOOISANDCAMPS Location: Gebietsftirerschule 1 Halden " Name of School or cq: Commndant:

Ckb~etsftlhrerschule II WI,.
Reichsschulungsberg

Castrop-Kauxel
BUhlert/Kr. Monschau Erwitte

Identified
lJ9 l &Name:

Location: Bochum Hattingen lhrtmund ,

Commander:
Baf l fEI?4rn

Sub-Units:

67

99 133 1.32 (s0es-b


Lippstadt)

Baf,

BbRGF2

SCESt

136 137 (Oberruhr) l&3


(.A3tenaLtidensche idL)

Xserlohn
Big~e Altena

Bar. BLhrnR Gef. in ?3rilon

lb4
205
227

DOl+El.Xld-

Ilhjenburg Wi tten~'Ruhr

O.Geff. lTLM.JSmER

Olpe

(3% 23, Meggen

259 (El7scherta1)
264

Fkme
Arnsberg
Wnnne-Bckel

3cK-J

stanm rv,
Wattcnscheid

Seats of fWXP-Kreise .I_--. ppsibly esi& -a-1

at whic_h corresponding

MJ.43~e --

ma2

Rerleburg
!kqp-l

Meschede
Siegen

GEBD$iJBEFEHLSST~~ (Corresponding

&-MEN und MkEEN in former l3mtectorate)

to NSDAP Organisation GZEIEl'ilSFfsHRU

KQ: Chef: Stabsleiter: HA. II, Wehrertichtigmg: On the St&f:

Prag XIX, Yorlcstrasse 60 u+l Phone: G&f. H.Baf. KNOOP Paul lQEE&ER

26

J3af. KUSSY Walter Z2&Ll3R scHOOL?JAND cm

Type: Landdieristlager Landdienstlager KLV.-Erholungsheti A.H. -ScLule A,H.-Schule

Location: HtSfen Pattersdorf Cber-Tschernowitz Heulosberg Iglau

Name of School or camp:

Commandant:

O.Baf, 3mst PaPP

No, & Name:

Location: Pilsen Prag

Commder: H.Geff. O.Staf. SCHm DEX~HER HORN-

Identified Sub-Units:

481
482

4.85
486 489 490

olJnti.tz
Nahrisch ostrau Iglau lkihn Ltiatschowitz

Baf. von GLADROW

0.3taf.

BOHNE

Jungbunzlau Kladna

K6niggr&tz

Baf,

EEEMDT

HQ: K.-Chef:

Krakau, Regierung, H.-f, 53XClMEXG

Adolf-Hitler-Platz

25

No cF: Name: 2

Location: Radm Wars&au H Czestochawa 3~ Jaroslau

Commander: o.Btid. ZWETTLER H,Geff. l!JErJm

Identified Sub-Units:

R Nowy Sacz w Piotrkm

w Believed

to exist,

but unconfimd.

About the remaining inforrmtior~ is avaikbl.c:-

Befehlsstellen, -w-

only

the following

Befehlsstulle Bl3;CTEN -- -----.-I- a..**-.-Canmantier HQ Fithrer der Pl&nischen (Ccmmnder of the Flemish KJ.) l3er'eh~sstelle PII Comder I-IQ Bann XL: . . G&f, Gert EzuNEWITZ

: BRUSSmS, O.Waf,

24 rue HOlY'?'O~R

SCWF

NIl~~~fX&'-lD~ "-*....: Obaf. VOSS, i.V. : The HfWJE, Plein 23

944
(X%!EN

: GRU~rnGrn

Befehlsstelle --ccc-Commander Befeklss_telle Commander

. . II, Baf , Nr.CrnL OSTLAND : Ob. Gebf, L8ER

AET PIXXXEX pml: m hkii4TfIrFm H&l-I3Arm, LTsm 1iwcm

No Location -*
1 KESnigsberg Gross- stettin : Preussisch Holland 4 Rastenburg 5 Gross- Danzig 6 EIerlin- Wedding-ReinickendOIf

Ostpreussen Pommern 1 ostpreussen Ostpreussen 3: Danzig- Westpreussen 3 Berlin

10 11 12

7 Liegnitz 8 I)rossen 9 Stargard

13 34 15
16

20 21 22
24

17 18 19

23 25
26 27 28

29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41
42

43 44 45
46

47 4.8 49 50

Schweidnitz Breslau- Stadt Guben Miinster Flatow Minden K&I (rechtsrheinisch) Wrrppertal O&erode C%r1itz ZterbogLuukenwalde BerlinHorst-WesselStadt Gleiwitz Neisse Meumppin Aachen- Stadt Ilagdeburg Gardelegen Koblenz Bitbur&ifel Saarlautem Hamburg- kltcma Schmalkalden Gumbinnen AnkhTl Brandenburg Halle- Stadt BerlinYilmersdorfZehlendorf Glatz fiseldorf Donaueschingen Tilsit Stralsund Kbnigsberg ecmap Xnsterburg Zilllichau Senf'tenberg Landsberg&. sto1p Xohlau

2 Mark Brandenburg 5 Pmmem 4 Niederschlesim 4 Niederschlesien Mark Brandenburg Nord 9' Westfalm5 Pomnern 9 Westfalen- Nord 11 Kllln- Aachen 34 D!.&3seldorf Ostpreussen 4 Niederschlesien Mark Brandenburg P Berlin 40 Oberschlesien $0 Oberschlesien 2 3&wk Brandenburg 11 HJln- Aachen 23 Xit te lelbe 23 Mttelelbe 12 Moselland 12 Moselland 25 Westmark 26 Hamburg 17 Thtiringen Ostpreussen : PoIlZIZI% 2 Mark Brandenburg 15 Mittelland 3 Berlin

4 Niederschlesien

4 Niederschlesien

34 i&seldorf
21 5' 1 1 I 2 2 2 5 4

Baden ostpreussen PCXXWZTl Ostpreussen Ostpreussen Qstpreussen Mark Brandenburg Mark BrayldenburP; Xark Brandenburg PmIrleYm Hiederschlesien

No Location -' 51 Kreuzberg 52 Cottbus berschlesien 40 C lark Bmndenbwg 2 El' .Bln- Aachen 11 K )omnern 5 E 9 7iestfalen- Nord 34 i fisseldorf 10 Iiuh.r- Niederrhein 4 i Jiederschlesien 7 rfordsee 1c Iuhr- Niederrhejn 7 3erli.n 46 Jberschlesien 40 Zbesschlesien 2 &ark Brandenburg 11 Kbln- Aachen 23 hsittelelbe b2 Westf'alen- Stld 12 t:Ioselland 12 hlOS~lfECi 25 'destrmrk 17 Tht!tringen 15 hiittellmd 8 Niedersachsen 8 Niedersachsen 7 Nordsee 26 HElJIiburg 41 ost- Kannoves 7 Nordsee 8 Niedersachsen 13 Hessen- Nassau 13 Hessen- Nassau 8 Niedersachsen l-4 Kurhessen 6 Nordmrk 6 Nordmark 6 Nordmark 13 Hessen- Nassau 13 Hessen- Nassau 24 Mecklenburg Xecklenburg a 7 Nordsee 8 Niedersachsen 23 Xttelelbe 17 ThWtigen 17 Thtiingen 17 Thilrirlgen 24 Mecklenburg 13 Hessen- Nassau 42 Westfalen- Wd 16 Sachsen 16 Sachsen 16 Sachsen 16 Sachsen 16 Sachsen 16 Sachsen 16 Sachsen 16 Sachsen

53 mln 54 Kolberg 55 %tmold

56 Krefeld 57 Rees 58 Glogau 59 YiIheLmshaven 60 Uberhausen 61 BerlinNeukl)lln62 Xatibor

Treptow

63 f3+ 65 66
67

W@n Prenzlau Kbln- Land Burg/%. hgdeburg


Bochum

68 Andernach 69 Trier 70 Saa.rb*ken


71 Erfurt 72 Torgau 73 Sulingen 74 ihnnover 75 Bremen 76 Hamburg- Vest 77 Celle 5tadt 78 &nab&k79 Hildesheim 80 Wiesbaden Main 81 Frankfurt/a. 82 GWtingen 83 Kassel 84 Schleswig 85 Heide Stadt 86 Flensburg87 Yesterburg 88 Wetzlar 89 Schwerin- Stadt 90 Restock- Stadt 91 Oldenburg Stadt 92 BraunschweigDessau Jena Gotha Greiz iJeubrandenburg 99; Hanau 99 Hattingen 100 -Dresden- Stadt 101 Grossenhain 102 Zittau 103 Bautzen 104 Chemnitz 105 Annaberg 106 Auex%ach 107 Leipzig

2. 109 _I10 111 112 113 114 315 136

Location Land Karlsruhe- Land Heidelberg Baden- Baden IYertheim Freiburg Konstanz Darmstadt Giessen

108 msden-

16 Sachsen
21 '21 21 21 21

l3aden &den Ebden Baden Baden 22 Baden 13 Hessen- liassau 13 Hessen- Nassau 117 Main2 13 Ressen- Nassau 118 ~lorms 13 Hessen- Nassau 20 Wtittemberg 119 Gross- Stuttgart 120 m 20 iVQrtteniberg 121 Heilbronn 20 Wtittemberg 122 Crailsheim 20 Wtirttemberg 20 Mrttemberg 123 A&en 20 WM&3iberg 124 Xavensburg 20 WCtrttemberg I.25 !Bbingen 126 Freudenstadt 20 Wflrtterriberg 20 Wlirttemberg 127 Ebingen 128 Danzig 37 Danzig- Westpreussen 129 Berlin- LichtenbergK8penick 3 Berlin D.m-fmund lx 42 GiTestfalen- EZid 131 xm 42 Westfalen- Stid 132 Soes t 42 IYestfaXen- SUd 16 Sachsen 133 Zwickau 134 Plauen 16 Sachsen 135 Hagen 9 Westfalen- Nord 136 Tserlohn tc2 Westfalen- Slid 137 Bigge 4.2 Westfalen- Siid 16 Sachsen 138 Weissenfels 16 Sachsen 139 D&eln 2 Mark Brandenburg 140 Ktistrin 2 Mark Brandenburg 141 Fmnkfurt/a,~ Oder Baden 142 Lorrach ;; Westfalen- Sfid 143 Altena 42 Y?estfalen- Stid 144 Ilortmund- Ilit jenburg 9 'Nestfalen- Nord 145 Burgsteinfurt VKMingen a4 25 Weshark 1 Ostpreussen 147 Lyck 148 Meppen 7 Nordsee 149 Deutsch Krone 5 Pommern 1 Ostpreussen 150 Allenstein 1 Ostpreussen 151 Sensburg 152 h'larienburg 37 Danzig- Westpreussen 153 Gera 17 Theingen Hirschberg 154 4 Niederschlesien 155 Berlin-= Kreuzberg- Mitte 3 Berlin l-56 Beuthen 40 Oberschlesien 157 Brieg 4 Niederschlesien 1% Bielefeld 9 Westfalen- Nord a 10 Ruhr- Niederrhein J-59 Dilillheixq/Ruhr 160 B= 11 K&I- Aeohen 161 D&en 13, Kt3ln- Aachen 162 Mbeck 6 MOlL-hEWk Rendsburg . 6 Nordmark 163 164 Hameln 8 Niedersachsen

GfZBIET

&.

Location

183 Rex-ford 1% Kiel 185 Bad Oldesloe 186 War&fur-t/a. Main 187 Ltibeck- Land 188 Harciburg;- Nerd 189 Lttnebtq 190 Stade 191 AUZ3Ch 192 Homberg/a.d.Efze 193 Neustettin 194 HWIenburg 195 Palkensee 196 Eberswalde 3.97 qittenberge 198 Berlin- CharlottenburgSpa;ubU

165 Halberstadt I.66 BadHomburg 147 PuYLda 168 Coesfeld 169 170 Offenburg 171 Mamheim 172 Pf%rzheim 173 Essen 3.7& Neunkirchen 175 Priedeberg (Amswalde) 176 Lauenburg 3.77 Pima J-78 Kamenz 179 ck-imma 180 Ludwigsburg 181 PlBha 182 Freiberg

14 Kurhessen 9 Vestfalen- Word 21 Baden 21 Baden 21 Baden 21 Baden 10 Rx&w Niederrhein 25 Westmark 5 Pormem 5 Pommem 16 Sachsen 16 Sachsen 16 Sachsen 20 Wkttemberg 16 Sachsen 16 Sachsen 9 Vestfalen- Nord 6 Nor&ark 6 Nordmark 3.3 Hessen- Nassau 6 Nordmark 26 Hamburg 43. ost- Hannover 41 Ost- Hammer 7 Nordsee 3.4 Kurhessen 5 Pomem 40 Oberschlesien 2 Mark Brandenburg 2 Mark Brandenburg Mark Brandenburg Berlin : 3 Berlin Berlin IBerlin

23 Mittelelbe 13 Hessen- Nassau

BerlinBerlin201 Berlin199 200

Pankow- Weissensee SteglitzTempelhof Moabit- Schlineberg

203 Natanbwg 204 Greifenberg 206 Celsnitz 207 Aue


205

7litten&hr

208 Meissen

210 Stollberg 211 Glauchau 212 Mbau 2x3 Borna 214 Rochlitz 215 Oschatz 216 Dippoldiswalde 217 KUn- S4Id 218 Saalfeld 219 Sonneberg 220 Amstadt 221 h%.hlhausen 222 Heiligenstadt

209 Schkebeck

15 5 42 16 16 16 23 16 3.6 16 16 16 36 16 11 17 17 17 17 17

Mittelland Potiern WestfalenSachsen Sachsen Sachsen Mittelelbe


Sachsen

Sad

Sachsen Sachsen Sachsen Sachsen


Sachsen

Sachsen KBln- Aachen ThtIringen ThWngen ThUringen Thtiingen Thitringen

NO Location -*

226 Korbach/"VJaldeck 227 Olpe 228 Gelsenkirchen- Buer 229 News 230 DUsseldorf- Mettmann 231 Remscheid 232 Solingen 233 M&hen- Gladbach 234 Schweinitz 235 Duisburg- Sitd 236 Duisburg- Nord 237 Uoers 238 Kleve 239 Essen- Nord 240 Siegburg 241 Gummersbach 242 Jtilich 243 Neuwied 244 Wittlich 245 Traben- Trarbach 246 Idar- Oberstein 247 Baumholder 248 SLi.EllEm 249 Bensheim 250 Gosl,ar 251 Emden- Norden 252 Kecklinghausen 253 L5mburg 254 Bad Nauheim 255 Helmstedt Northeim 2% 257 Alfeld 258 Saarburg 259 Heme 260 Beckum- Warendorf 261 Bocholt 262 Bottrq 263 Rheine

223 Nordhauskn 224 Marburg 225 Vechta

34 34 34 34 15
10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 12

14 42 9 34

17 Thuringen 14 Kurhessen 7 Nordsee

13
8 7 9 13 13 8 8

264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275

Arnsberg

Verden Eisleben WupprtalEl.berfeld Neustadt Gross Strehlitz Fhg?sit Walsrode Euskirchen Hamover- tid Eschwege sorau Neustadt 276 277 hzig 278 Ortelsburg 279 ElbiKIg

12 42 9 9 9 9 42 41 15 34 40 40 1 41 11 8 a 2

a 37
1

37

Kurhessen VestfalenStid Yfestfalen- Nerd Msseldorf D&seldoti Mlsseldorf Msseldorf msseldorf Mittelland Ruhr- Niederrhein Ruhr- Niederrhein Kuhr- Niederrhein Ruk- Nie&rrhein Bohr- Niederrhein KEln- Amhen KBln- Amhen Kt)ln- Aachen Moselland Moselland Moselland Moselland Mosefland Moselland Hessen- Ntissau Niedersachsen Nordsee Westfalen- Nord Hessen- Nassau Hessen- Nassau Niedersachsen Niedersachsen Niedersachsen Moselland WestfalenSad ITestfalen- Nord Westfalen- Nod Vestfafen- Nord VestfalenNerd Yestfalen- Sfid Ost- Hatmover Mittelland msseldorf O&rschlesien Oberschlesien Ostpreussen Ost- IImnover KNn- Aachen Niedersachsen Kurhessen Mark Brandenburg Niedersachsen Danzig- IYestpreussen Ostpreussen Danzig- Ves-tpreussen

PJO. Location

280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289

Bunzlau Paderbom Hamburg- Ost


kh.rgsad

Uelzen we~e~h& OSIXAWMC- L&I Offenbach St. Goarshausen


Hersfeld Eylau

290 Wehlau
293

4 9 26 26; 41 43. 7 13 13 14
1 1 1 1 5

Niederschlesien Westfalen- Nmd Hamburg Hamburg Ost- Hamover Ost- Hmnover Nordsee
Hessen- Nassau Hessen- Nassau

291 Pre~sisch 292 Angerburg 294 Greifswald 295 Kwin 296 Bramsberg 298 299 300 301
302

Kurhessen Ostprmssen Ostpreussen


Ostprewsen

Heilsberg

297 Marienwerder
Ludwfgslust

37 24 42 15 15 13 13 22 22 22 18 39 19 :'6 19 11 36 22 25 25
18
24.

GT!istrow '&me- Eickel Bitterfeld


Merseburg

303 Herborn

306 iVeiden 307 Baymuth


308

,304 Lauterbach 305 -erg


Rothenbur$ob d. Tauber

311 Regensburg 312 Memingen 313 Freising

309 Wtirzburg- Stadt 310 Ingolstadt

315 NWMngen 316 Passau 318 Landau 319 Ansbach 320 Kempten
323

314

Bergisch-

Gladbach

31.7 Ludwigshafen

322 Zweibficken 324 325 I.mdsberg/I.ech


$Z@ GamischKaiserslautern F&th

321 Mxmberg

36 18 18 19 19 19 19 22
25 25

Ostpreussen PommeyTl Pormern Ostpreussen Danzig- Westpreussen Mecklenburg Mecklenburg Westfalen- Stid Mittelland Mittelland Hessen- Nassau Hessen- Nassau Bayreuth Bayreuth Bapwxth Franken Mainfrmken Hochland Baymuth Schwaben Hochland KQlrp Aachen Schwaben Bayreuth Westmark Westmark Franken Schwaben Franken Y?estmark Westmark Franken HochZmd
Ho&land Hochland

327 328 329 330 331


333 335.

Partenkirohen

Mtildorf flosenheim
Hof

Coburg
Aschaffenburg Landshut Yieissenburg Wtirzburg- Zand

332

335 Schweinfurt 336 Bati Reichenhall

18 39 39 19

Hochland Bayreuth BaFeuth ;; Mainfranken 22 Bayreuth


Franken Mainfranken Mainfrmken Eiochland

IFhuNN No, Locat ion


337 338 339 340 341 34-2 343 344. 347 348 349 350 352 353 ,354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 364 365
366

GEBIET

;:z

351

;::

373 374 375 376

22 ;5:
369 370

Bad Ttllz Augsburg- Stadt Neumarkt Cham Deggendorf Eggenfelden Frankenthal St. Ingbert A&erg Straubing Niesky (Kohlfort) Fr&enstein Breslau- Lmd Gr&berg Landeshut 031s Greifenhagen Bad Kreumach Remgen Wittenberg Marienburg Meiningen Weimar Eiscnach ' Altenburg Bad Neustadt Marktheidenfeld VJaiblingen Esslingen Biberach Neidenburg Neeskow- Storkow Finsterwalde Templin Schneidemtihl Bemau Pritzwalk Potsdarn Waldenburg ' Trebnitz

Hochland Schwaben 22 Bayreuth 22 Bayreuth 22 Bayreuth 22 Bayreuth 25 Westmark 25 IVestmark 22 Bayreuth 22 Bayreuth 4 'Niederschlesien 4 Niederschlesien 4 Niederschlesien 4 Niederschlesien 4 Niederschlesien 4 Niederschlesien 5 POrmnem 12 Moselland 12 Moselland 15 BiIittelland 16 Sachsen 17 Thtiringen l-7 Thtigen 17 Thtiringen 17 Thtlringen 39 tiinfranken 39 Xainfranken 20 \YIJrtte&erg 20 VUrttemberg 20 Vtittemberg 1 Ostpreussen 2" ',Mark Brandenburg 2 hIark Brandenburg Mark Brandenburg Pommem &!!k Brandenburg Hark Brandenburg Mark BrmdeLmrg Niederschlesien Niederschlesien
19 36 4 Niederschlesien 4 Niederschlesien $1 Ost-&m.rmver 7 Nordsee 7 Nords'ee 41 9

378 379 380 381 382 384 385 386 387 388 389 391 392

Sagan Reichenbach/%ule Wittingen Leer/Ostfriesl. Oldenburg- Land Cuxhaven Hbcter Aachen- Land Bergheti Schleiden Geilenkirchen Hemeskeil . Schltichtern

11 11 11 11

Ost- Hannover VestfaLlen- Nerd Kbln- Aachen WLn- Aachen Kiln- Aaohen K&In- Amhen

12 Itiselland 13 Messen- Nassau

No Location -*
393

394 Halle- Land 395 Bad Liebenwerda 396 Delitzsch


397

Eofgeismar

Sangerhausen 398 Zeitz

14 15 15 15 15

399 Qu-+=t 402 B&lingen 403 Tuttlingen 404 I;ilbsbach

Kurhessen Mittelland Mittelland Mittelland Mittelland 15 Mittelland 15 Mittellend Wtittemberg VGrtter&erg TtFTttemberg Baden Baden Baden Baden Baden 23 Mittelelbe 23 Mittelelbe 23 Mittelelbe

401CdW

$2

407 408 409 410 411

Waldshut Bruchsal Jrillingen Uberlingen Haldensleben Stendal KBthen

20 20 20 21 21 21 21 21

413 %3mar 4uc V&en

415 Parchim 416 Malchin 417 Hamburg- Harburg 418 Stejnburg 419 NeuglCfnSter 420 Hanitsvrg- Wendsbeck k21 H&burg- Xitte 422 Hmiburg- Bergedorf 424 Hamburg- Hafen 425 Zottweil 426 Horb 427 Leonberg 428 Vai'ningen 429 Reutlingen

24 Meoklenburg 24 Meckilenburg 24 Mecklenburg 24. Mecklenburg 26 Haxnburg 6 Nordmark 6 Nordmark 26 Haburg 26 Hamburg 26 Hamburg

20 20 20 20 20

26 -burg

Wiirttemberg Wtirttemberg Wtitte#iberg 'Wtittemberg WIJ.rttemberg

432 Wangen/nll&v
433 Saulgau

,!+31 Friedrichshafen

20 Vttrttemberg 20 Wtittemberg 20 -vVtittemberg 20 20 20 20 20 20 Wtirttemberg Mktte&erg Vtittemberg %%rttemberg Y0Jrttemberg WCrttemberg

435 Mtinsingen 436 Ntitingen 437 G&&w= 438 Heidenhcim 439 Schw&isch Gutid &i!+O Backnang

442 Oehringen 4.43 Had Mergentheixfi


b45 &8

20 'Wtittemberf: 20 V!tittemberg 8 8 8 8 Niedersachsen Miedersachsen Niedersachsen Niedersachsen

41~6 Nienburg 447 WolfenbUttel


Peine

Hop,

Crafschaft

*a.02

449 450 Zderstadt 451 452 Blankenbur~'Harz 453 454 Aichach 456 Bockenem

8 8 8 8 8 19

Niedersachsen Niedersachsen Niedersachsen Niedersachsen Niedersachsen Hochland

8 Niedersachsen

462 Btttow 463 hQ.5lln 464 Erkelenz 467 468 469


470

5 Porranern 6 Nor&ark 11 K&n- Aachtn 23 8 10 10 1 Kittelelbe Niedersachsen Ruhr- Niederrhein Ruhr- Niederrheix Ostpreussen

471 473 475

Dinslaken Geldern Memel Hegdekmg Lindau

1 Ostpreussen 36 Schwaben

479 Hettstedt 481 Pilsen 482 Prag 484 485 486 Kitsingen/Gerolshof'en Olmtitz UhrischOstrau

15 Mittelland Befehlsst.BBhmen u. IGhren BePehlsst,BBhmen u. X&hren 39 Mainfrenken Befehlsst.B&men Befehlsst,B&xnen Befehlsst.B$hmen Befehlsst.B&men 27 Ken 36 Schwaben 36 Schwaben 36 Schwaben 28 6 6' 7 27 27 27 27 27 Niederdonau Mordmwk Nordmark NOXdStX Yien mien Ni en Vien ViXen u, X$hrcn u, X%!!hren u, 1Itihren u. %,hren

489 Iglau 490 BrB.m 491 Xen- Ott&ring 493 Dillingen 494 Augsburg- Land 495 Neuburg/a.d. Donau 497 498 499 500 501 502 503 5a 505 Neubistritz Wiebtill Pinneberg Bentheim Wien Bezirk 1 Wien Bezirk 1X (Ost) Wien Bezirk 11 (Sad) PJien Bezirk 3.V Wien Bezirk V

Location

506 507 508 509 510


512

511
513 514
515 536 5x7 518 519 520 52J. 522 523 524 525 5% 527 528 529 530 531 532 533 534

;;z ;;87
542 543 545
546 548

Wien Bezirk Vl (SchBnbrunn) 3ien Rezirk Vll (West) Wien Bezirk Vlll Wien Bezirk IX TtiLlrr *den/b. Nien Bruck/a.d. Leitha Viener-Yeustadt Eisenstadt Ober-&llendorf St. P&ten Scheibbs Amstetten, Schloss Edlach Melk Zwettl trJak&ofen Kxems Komeuburg f;aa/a. d. Thaya G&nsemdorf Neunkirchen Lilienfeld Gmfind HQI3-l Hollabrunn Linz- Stadt Linz- Mihlviertel~flest iiohrbach Preistadt/Oberdonau PeXg Steyr Kirchdorf/Krem Gmunden

27 Wien 27 "G.en 27 Wien 27 Wien 28 Niederdonau 28 Niederdmau 28 Niederdonau 28 Niederdonau 28 Niederdonau 28 Niederdonau 28 Niaderdonau 28 Niederdonau 28 Niederdonau 28 Niederdomu 28 Niederdonau 28 Niederdonau 28 Mederdonau 28 Niederdonau 28 Niederdonau 28 Niederdonau 28 Niederdonau 28 Qiederdmau 28 Niederdonau 28 Niederdonau 28 Niederdonau 29 Oberdonau 29 Oberdonau 29 Oberdmau 29 Oberdonau 29 Oberdonau 29 merdmau 29 Oberdonau 29 Oberdonau

scming
Wels Graz- Stadt Feldbach Hartberg Bruck/a.d. Mur Leoben Liezen Judenburg Beutsch- Landsberg Leibnitz Graz- Land Mureck Fllrstenfeld Oberwart Sulz Klagenfurt

29 C%erdonau
29
30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 31

Oberdonau Steiemark Steiemark Steiermrk Steiemark Steiemark Steiermark Steiemark Steiemark Steiemark Steiemark Steiermark Steiemark Steiemark Steiermark Steiemark Steierrnark Urnten

547

549 550 551 552 553 554 556 557


558

555
559

:E

I&, Location
563 565
568

VL)lkermarkt Spittal/a,d. Drau

31 K&rnten
31 30 31 33

566 Weiz/%. Graz

K&mten Steiemk K4rnten Tirol- Vornriberg Tirol- Vorarlberg Tirol- Vorarlberl; Tirol- Vorarlberg Tiroi- Vorarlber~: Tirol- Vorarlber;; Tirol- VoraYlbFrl{: Tirol- Vomrlbexy Tirol- Vorarlberl: Salzburg Salzburg Salzburg Salzburg SdZbWg Salzburg Tirol- irorar'lberi; Niederdonau Niederdonau Oberdonau Oberdonau Bareuth Iclikrnten Tirol- vorarlbc:"~; Hochland EochZand Hochland Kiedersachsen Niedersachsen Niedersachsen Niedersuchsen NORkSX sudetenland Stietenland Sudetenland Sudetenlmd Su&stenland Sudetenland Sudetenlmd Sudetenland Sudetenland Sudetenlmd Sudetenland Sudetenland Sudetenland Suck tenland Sudetenland Sudetenlmd Sudetenland

Wolf sberg 569 Innsbruck- Stad% 570 Landeck 571 Schwaz 572 Kuf'stein 573 Dornbim 574 Bludene Reutte $2 fmst 577 Ri-tzbUlel 578 Salzburg- Stadt 579 Hallein 580 Blschofshofen 581 TmSWeg See 582 Zell/a. %&burgLand 583 584 Innsbruck- Land. 585 Nikolsburg 586 Znaim 587 Kaplitz

33
33 33 33 33 33

33

;:
32 32 32 32 32 28

33
20
29

;i;

Aussergefild 590 Hermagor 591 Bregenz Wasserburg Traunstein ICesbach Hannsversch It&den 5917 Braunschweigm Land

22 31
33

29

593 594

$56.
59e 600 601 604

19 19 19

8 8
8 I,

599 Osterode/&rz
602

603 605 408


609 610 611 606 607

612
613
6s

615
616 617

LiJlgm Asch Aussig Bb Bischofteinitz BlShmisch Leipa B&X Bramau Deutsch-Gabel Nix Eger Falkenau Freiwaldau 3'reudent'nal Gablonz Yriedland Graslitz Landskron

35
35 35 3T 35 35 35

35
35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35

GEBIET Looation
618 619 620 621 622 623
624,

625 626
627

62% 629 630 631 632 633 634 635 636 637 638 639 640 641
642

643

Hohenelbe Xohenstadt J&gerndorf' Kaaden Karlsbad Kcmotau Lei-tmeritz Luck Marienbtid M&hrisch Sch6nberg Zwittau Mie s Neutitschein Reichenberg Rumburg Ea.232 Sternberg Tachau TeplitzSchtSnau Tetschen Trautenau Troppau Gotenhafen Berent Dirschau Koriitz Graudenz

35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 37 37 37 37

SC

Sudetenland Sudetenland Sudetenland Sudetenland Sudetenland Sudetenlmd Sudetenland Sudetenland Sudetenland Sudetenland Sucietenland Sudetenland Sudetenlmd Sudetenland Sudetenland Sudetenland Sudetenland Sudetenland Sudetenland Sudetenland Sude tenland Sudetenland Danzig- Vestpreussen Danzig- Westpreussen Danzig- Westpreussen Danzig- Westpreussen Danzig- Westpreussen

37

647
648

a9
651

Danzig- Land Thorn Erorriberg Posen Smter Lissa Jarotschin iiawitsch Hohensalza Dietfurt Leslau LitmannstadtLitzmnnstadtKalisch Fabianice
ostrowo

37 Danzig- Westpreussen 37 Danzig- Westpreussen 37 Danzig- Wes tpreussen


38 38 38 38 38 38 38

Wartheland Wartheland Wartheland Wartheland Wartheland Wartheland Wartheland Wartheland Wartheland Wartheland Wartheland Wartheland Oberschlesien Oberschles-im

653 655 m 658 659 660 662 663 664 665 666
667

38 Xartheland
Stadt Land
38
;:

38 38
40 40 40

668 669

Kattowitz KBnigsh&tte Teschen Eupen

2-5: 674

Malmedy

Oberschlesien 11 Kl)ln- &hen 11 K8l.m Aachen

No Location -*

679 Zichenau 681 AXackeb 683 Haugard 6134


667 685

cs tp

cusser?&

1 Gstpreusscn 5 Pcmr3cm 5 l?c.)mncr:7

43elgard

5 P0zrfmerr1 5 ~ormnem
5 Potmem 271 5 F0mrrl.e

6t3y Schlochau 690 &men 691 Nordenharu

7 lTo;?&see

693 Bremerv6rde 694 Kehlheim

41 Gst.- iiijflrl;2r;p;T
22 lkqmxth

697 ~Ru-xsicdel

22 B3ayrwth

702

KOKlbUY&SWt?

< z,
s;

WCJ

$J ?.l:!igrk R tmark

-?03 704 705 706 707 708 709

Pirmsens Kusel liockinghausen Kirchheirnbolanden Neustadt/'a.il,T. Speyer Saa2gemhd

We

2 fj

We r: t-q21 (7%

25 25 25; 25

ICC r trfinr'~~ ves-t;:-r?ark We,s-'i::I~rk. 'IA? stlrG:lk

25 Vlcst:!laYk

712 Metz- S-tadt 713 x&z- Land

2 5 viesbxa-k 25 # c 5 b-m I-1 L

717 Crossen

r&rk

Br~(ZenbJ:i

723 725 728

Rathenow Buchen

2 PIark Brmd.enbwr~21 21 21 21 21 Haden 13mI.en T.h~~crz '13adcn Uar!en

726 ICehI

'727 Sinsheim Slickingen 729 Stockach

lmation 730 731 732 733 734 IEmIl


Emendingen Mwlheim Wolfach Neustadt Weissenburg Hagenau Zabem Strassburg- Stadt Nolsheim Strassburg- Land Schlettstadt Bappoltsweiler TEU-Ul 21 21 23. 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 &den Baden Baden Baden Baden Baden Baden Baden Baden Baden
Baden Baden

;;: 737 738 739 740 741 742 743 Kolmar 744 Gebweiler

$2 Miilhausen 747 Altkirch 749 750 751 752 753 754 755 756 757 758 759
Osterburg Zerbst Hammersleben Wnzleben Genthin Stassfurt Schwerin- Land Restock- Land
Hagenm

Baden Baden Baden Baden


Baden

Baden MitteJeXbe Mittelelbe Mittelelbe Mittelelbe Mittelelbe Mittelelbe Mittelelbe Mecklenburg Mecklenburg Mecklenburg Mecklmiburg

Sch?5nberg

23 23 23 23 23 23 23 24 24 24 24

761 Melsungen

Ii,& Kurhessen 12 Moselland

765
772

Bernkastel

171 Montabav
774 Erlangen

13. Hessen- Nassau 13 Hessen- Nassau


18 Franken

782

Labiau

1 Ostpreussen

789 Sichelberg 791 Gleidingen 793 Bartenstein 796 ~lt3hnen

1 Oatmeussen 8 Niedersachsen
1 Ostpreussen

1 Ostpreussen

l3mN 5, Location

803 807 810

Lauban Ohlau Jauer

Niederschlesien

4 Niedemchlezien 4 i?iederschlesien

818 819 820 822 825

I~ckemf~rde
3msbUttel mmsburgSegeberg Bad Zwischenahn Land

6 Nordmark 6 Mortinark 6 Nor&nark 6 Wordmark 7 Nordsee

831

&mnenberg

4-1 OSt- Hamover

13. Kt)ln-

Aachen

I.4

Kurhessen

850

S-l;a.rnberg

19 Hochland 19 Hochland 19 Ho&land 19 Hochland


22 22 22 22 22 22 BqTreuth Bayreuth Bqpeuth Bayreuth Bayreuth Eqreuth

854 Pfaffenhofen 855 Ytistenfeltibruck


856 E%ersberg
858 861 562 Forchheim Ktibach Kronach

864 Vilshofen
867 Xainburg

868 Zwiesel

l&. Location

876 877 879

Deutsch Eylau

=khm
Erding

3;
19 37 37

Ostpreussen Danzig- Westpreussen Hochland Danzig- Westpreussen Danzig- Westpreussen

882 Kukn

881 Tuchel

891 896

38 38

Warthelmd VJartheLand

yol& Konin
908 910 914

38 38 38 39

Wa.rtheland Wartheland Wartheland Nainfrmken

Imtschiitz

yJ+& Groningen
945 949

Salzgitter fiainburg

Befehlsst, Niederlande 8 Niedersachsen


30

Steiermark

++S++ Nhberg "I?+ M&when Keichsbann Bimenschiffahrt 'Beichsbann Seeschiffahrt

X3 Franken 19 Ho&land

m3yJ.mwDw

BkNNE w[STDrn~1'ICrn e-s---

BANN
Location Aache n-land Aachet+Stadt Aalen Aichach Alfeld Allenstein Altana Altenburg Xltkirch at ona hb erg Amstettxn, sctiLoss Ed"lach Andernach Angerburg Anklarn Annabcrg Ansbach tinsberg Arnstadt Ar.lswalde (Friediberg) Asch Aschaffenbuwy,
AUC?

GEBIET No.

38f;
25

11 RQln-Aachen
11
20

K&n-Aacheh
wfkrttembeq

423 454

19 Hochland
8 I
17

257 150 143 747


31 362

Iqiedersactlsen Ostpreussen Thiiringen Baden


IfELlilbUrg

&2 IVestfalen-Sad
21 26 22 28 12
1

$Z 68
292 3% 105 319 264
220

5 16 18 -- 4.2 17

Bayseuth Niederdomm. Xos8lland Ustpreussan i'Qm:lorn Sachsan Pranken Xestfalen-Stid Thtiingen

175
601

35 Sudetenland
39 Xainfranken I6 Sachssln 16 Sachsen $ Schwaben 36 Schwaben 7 Nordsse

5 Pommrn

331.
20-7 306

Auerbach Acrsburg-Land Augsburg-Stadt AilTich Aussergefild Aussig aacknang Bad Hombuxy: Bad Gmlznach Bad Lubatochowitz Bad Liebenvrcrda Bad illergentheirn Rad ?J auheim 3ad Jieustadt Bad Uldesioe

494 3% 19d 589 602

22 Bayreuth
35 Sudetenland 20 Wrttemberg 13 IIesser+Nassau 12 Xoselfand Befehlstelle B.u.B6, 15 XItteI.land 20 Mirtternboq I.3 Hessen-Nassau 39 Xainfranken 6 Yordmark 19 Ho&land 19 EIochland 7 33tisee

395
443 25G

362
185

Bad Re5Aenhall Bad T231,z


Bad Zx~inchenahn Baden/b,#ien Baden-Baden Barnberg Barn Bartenstein Baurdholder '33a1i.tzen Bayreuth Beckum-Warsndorf Beeskow-Storkom Belgaxd Bensheim

336 33?
825

511 111 305 603 793 a-7 A03 307


260 685

28 Niederdonau
21 22 35 1 12
16 22

Baden Bayreuth

Sudetenland
Ostpreussan i:aselland Sachsen

Bayrcuth

368

ul-9

5 Pommem 13 Hessem-Nassau

9 MestfaleD-Nerd 2 G.rki3randenburg

BANN Location Bentheim Berent Bergheim Bergisch-Gladbach BerlinCharlottenburg-Spandau I-orst-Wessel- Stadt Krauzberg-Mitte Lichtenberg-K8penick Moabit-Scheneberg Neuk8lln-Treptow Pankovr'iVeissensee Steglitz-Tenrpelhof I$i~ersdorf-Zehlendorf Wedding-Reinickendorf
Bt?lXl~U

GEBIET

500 641
387 3uc 198 155 329

?I KBla-Aachen 11 K&n-Aachen
3 3 3 3

7 Nor&e e 37 Danzig-Westpreussen

21

201

200

61 199 37 6
765

Bernburg Bernkastel Beuthen Biberach Bielefeld Bigge Bischofshofen Bischofteinitz Bitbur&ifel Bitterfeld Blankenbur&-Iarz Bludanz BBblingen Bocholt Bochuw Bockenem Bl)hmisch Leipa BOIKl Borna Bottrop Brandenburg Braunau Braunsberg Braunschweig~Land BraunschweigGtadt Bregcnz Brmen BremervOrde Breslbux-Land Breslau-Stadt Brieg Bromberg
Bn.lC?lSd

1%
366

158
137

580
604-

29 301 452 402 261


67

574

456
4%

160 233 262 35 607 296 597 591


75 693 92

349 11
157 649

Bruck/a.d.Xur Bruck an der Leitha Btinn Brunsbffttal Bl?UX

w 548 512 690 819


606

BeI7li.n Berlin Berlin Berlin 3 Berlin 3 Berlin 3 Berlin 3 Berlin 3 Berlin Berlin 2 Wrk Brandenburg 23 Mittelelbe Xoselland :; Oberschlesiea 20 W~rttmberg 9 Westfalen-n'ord. b2 Westfalen-Snd 32 Sal&urg 35 Sudetenland 12 Moselland 15 Xittelland 8 Niedersachsen 33 Tirol-Vorarlberg 20 W&rttemberg 9 Westfalsn-Nord 'Plestfaien-Stid 5 Xe3ersachsen 35 Sudetenland 11 Kbln Aaohen 16 Sachsen 9 Westfalen-Nerd Xark Brandenburg 3; Sudatanland Osiqreussen ii Niedersachsen 8 Niedersachsen Timl-Vorarlberg 5-: Nordsee 4J Ost-Hannover 4 I?iederschlesien 4 Niederschlasien 4 Wiederschlesien 37 Danzig-Westpreuss@n 21 BadeD 30 Staiennark 28 Niederdonau Befehlsst,Bt)hmen u.BbLihran 6 Nordmark 35 Sudstenland

All.2

Location Buchen Budweis B&l ait ow Sunzlau Bwg/b.&gdeburg 3urgensteinfurt


Calba c alvi Celle Chx? Cbemit z c ;,blX IrQ 42 (::cw)eS1:B1 {i c o-ki; bus !; r:.~t-i. Cms!;en shcs b-l

No. 725 730 462


280 66 21

21
5 4 23 9 23

3-45 401 77 w 1% 2: 52
-I22 717

Baden Befehlsst. B&men IL Nben Baden Pommern Niederachlesien ESittelelbe Westfalen-Nerd

idittelelbe 20 Nrttenberg
0s-bbtl~OV8??

41

Cuxhaven Dannenberg Darlzig-Gr3ss Dan ig (Grosses *Jerdsr) ~mzig-Land JJno zig (Weichsel-Yest) Deggendorf Delitzsch JA?::sau ' Detmold ,:I ideutsch 'Xy1a.u Lieutsch-Gabel Deutscb Kmne &utsc+Landsberg Dietfur-t Dilli5gen -Uinslaken ~ippoldiswalde Disschau I)LJbe ln ilonaueschinpn Dornbirn Dortmund i.kxWrund-Ltitjenburg 3ramburg Dresden/S tadt Lm~de~-Land Drossan Duderstadt lIlf.iren DilLsseldorf' Msseldorf-l,ktt:nann Duisburg-Kord Duisburg-Stid Du

3bt 833. 5 -128 647 277 34J396 93 55 876 608 U-9 552 660 493 469 216 w 139 40 573 130 G-4 -400 108
8

22 Bayreuth 16 Sachsen 22 Bayreuth 9 Westfalen-Xord 2 hark Brandenburg 20 Xkrttemberg 2 Mark: Brandenbuz 41 ost4anover
41 37 37 37 37

22

15 23 9 3: 5 30 38 36 10

16
37 16

Ost-Eannovex~ Danzig-Westpreussen Dnnzig-Westpreussen DQnz~-iYestps,eussen Danzig-Vestpreusrie 3ayreuth Xit telland Kittelelbe Westfalen-Nerd Ostpreussen SU&!tel?l~IC2 Pom::ern Steie;mark i7arth e la nd Schwaben Ruhr=-Niederrhein Sachsen Cmzig4Vestpeussen
SZiChS8tl

21 Baden 33 Tirol-Norarlbeq 42 Wcstfalen-Stid 42 i/?cstfalen-SCld


5 P0lTlElf3m 16 Sachsen 16 Sacksen ii

i-2: 39 230
2%

235
609

11 34 34 10 10
35

I.&k Brandenburg Eiadersachsen K8lkAachen Msseldorf D&wldorf Ruhr-Niederrhein Ruh;FiJiederrhein sudetenlaad

GEBIET
Location Zbersbel-g Eberswalde Ebingen Eckernflirde Eger ssenfelden 311~ningen Eisenach Eisenstadt Eisleben Elberfeld (Ttippertal) Elbing Em&n/%orden tixnendingen &3ing .irfurt Srkelenz Erlangen &jchwege Essen Esser,-Nerd Esslingen Zupen Eutin Euskirchen Lylau Deutsch) Eylau i Pre-ussisch) Falkenau Falkensee Feldbach Finsterwalde Flatow FlensbuqpLand Flensburg-Stadt Fl&.a Forchheim Frankenstein Frankenthal FrankfU%/!Main Frankfurt/Main FrankfUr@ Freiburg Freiburg Freising Freistadt Freiwaldau Freudenstadt Freudenthal Friedberg Friedeberg-Arnswal.ds Priedland Friedrfchshafen IRUa IXIrstenfeld F%rstenfaldbNck IFtirth No. 8%

196 127 818 610


34-2 $0

516 266 267 279 251 78;; 7f 464 774 274 173
239

$5 673 272 876 291 611 195 546 369 x4 820 86 181

19 Ho&land 2 MarkBrandenburg 20 MCirttemberg 6 No&mark 35 Sudetenland 22 Eayreuth 20 WUrttembe~ 17 Tl3fki.ngen 28 Nil3desdon~ 15 IiEttelland 34 l38sseldox-f 37 PaxM.g-Vestpreussen 7 Nordsee 21 Baden 19 Hochland 17 Thmngen 11 K&I-Aachen 28 Franken u+ Kurhessen 10 Hurh4iederrhei.n 10 &hz+Tiaderrhefn 20 Wrttambeq 11 K&ln-kach0n 6 Nordmark 11 KCTln-Aachen 1 Ostpreussen 1 Ostpreussen

35 Sudetand-and

3: 2 5 6 6 1.6 22 8% 4 3e 343 25 81 13 186 13 2 w 182 16 113 21 313 19 536 29 53.2 35 126 20 613 ;ii 5 175 615 35 20 !z; & 5% 30 855 19 324 18

Kark Brandenburg Steiamrark &Lark Brandanbuq YoImlsrn Nordmark


Nor&ark

Sachsen Bayreuth NieJerschlasien We&n-ark Hessen-Naasa;u Hessan-r;rass~ MarkBrandenbur~ Sachssn Baden Ho&land Oberdonau Sudetenland MIrtteruberg Sudetenland Schwaben POmmWTI Sutitenland Iq&ttemberg CuWssen

steiemark

Hochland Franken

BANN

GZBIZT

XIocation
Gablonz G&nserndoxf Gardelegan GamisckPatenkirchen Gasten G&mile r Geilenkirchen Geldern Gensenkirchen-Buer Gmthin
Gera

6f4
27 326
525

35 Sudetenland
28

23

19 38
21
11

470
228

$6

10

Giesaen Glat z
GlAUChaJm

753 153 1.16 38


211

9 23 17 13 4 1.6
8

Gleidingen Gleiwitz Glogau Gr&ld Grmtnde n Goarshausen, st,Goldap G6ppingen GkLitz Gcmlar Gotenhafen Got-ha GLlttingen Graslitz Garudenz Grsz-Land &awStadt Greifenberg i;reifenhagen Greifswald
Greiz GXG.T?Dla Groningen

793.
22 58
533

40 4
23

;.

437
233

288 44

538 19
82

29 13 B8SS8W-NfiL5S~U I Ostpreussen
20

Niederdonau Mittelalbe Kochland Wartheland Baden Kbln-Aachen Ruhx4Viederrhei.n Westfalen-Nord tiittelelbe Thitringen Hessen-Nassau Niederschlesien Sachsen Niedex*sachsen Oberschlesfen Miederschlesien Miederdcna.u Obcx~Ionau

-Wxtte;i~be~

640 95 616 645 554 545 204 353 294 96 179


94-o

4 Niaderschlesien 8 Niedcrsachsen 37 Danzig-WestpmusseD


f7
8

37 30
30 5 5

35

Thtiringen Niedersacbsan Sudetenland Danzig-Westpreussen SteitzrTILarlr Steicrmrk Pomfiern Pomme m


POIIlTIlErr!

5
17
16

ThfIringen Befehlsst, Niederlank Sachsa n Pomrle m Obsrschlesien Niederschlesien Mark Brmdehbu; Ostpreussen KBln-kachen Meckhburg

16 Sachsen 5
40

Gross8nhain Gross Stettin Gross Strehlitz Gfinberg Guben Gmbinnen Gwmersbach GUstrox Hagen Hagenau
H8gfNiOW

101 2 12

269 350 33
24.1

4
1

299 135 758 165 409


3;: 7%

Eialbsrstadt Haldensleben Halle-Land Halbe-Stadt Hallein

579

9 Westfalen-Eord 21 Bade n 24 Nfecklenbtung 23 Mittelelbe 23 Hittelelba I+5 Mittelland :L5 Mittelland 32 SalzburpS

BANN Location HaIIIbUIp Altona Eergedorf Hafen H=+Jws Mitt8 Nerd ost Stid Wandsbeck west Hameln Hamersleben Ham ffanau Hamlover HamwsrLand Hannoversch It9tinden H&berg Hattingen Heide Heidelberg Heidenheti Heilbmnn Heiligenstadt Heilsbeq HeZmatedt HCCborIl Herford Hermagor Hemeskeil Herne Hersfeld Hettstedt HWekrug Hildeskim Hiadenburg Hirschberg Hof Hofgeismar Hohmelbe Hohensalxa Hohmstadt Hollabrunn Homberg/a. daEfze Ho&urg/Saar ,Humburg, Bad Herb HO2-R HCSXt8IHoya, &%fschaf%
No. 31
t22

GEBIET

424 4147 42l 188

282 283
7: 364 751 w 98 74 273 5% 567

99
35 '110 438 321

222 293
255 3fJ3 183 590 391

259
289

479 4;; 194 154


329

393
618

6:; 530
192 :E
4.26

529 3% 45

26 Hamburg H=W 26 Hamburg 26 HaJnb=-iit 26 Hamburg 26 mm 26 Hamburg 26 Hamburg 26 Hamburg 26 Hambu3Fg a Niedersachsen 23 Mittelelbe 112 Westfalen-Stia 13 Hessen-Nassau 8 Miedersachsen 8 Niedersachaen 8 H53dersachsen 30 Steiamark Westfalen-Stfa 5 Nordmr;lr 21, Badan 20 WMtemberg 20 Wlktternberg 17 TMringen 1 Ostpreursen 8 Niedersachssa 13 Hasssn-Nassau 9 Westfalen-Nerd 31 lard BR 12 Mmalland 62 Westfalen-Sfid 3ic Ilurbessen 13 btlitteuand 1 Ostpreussen 8 Niadersachsen 40 Oberschlesien 4 Niedarachlesien 22 Baymuth & Kurh5ssen 35 Sudetenland 38 Wartheland 35 Sudetenland 28 Niederdonau Ilc Kwrhassen 25 WwtBl%rk 13 Hessen-Wasa~ 20 WIkttemberg 28 Niederdonau 9 Westfalan-Nerd 8 Niedersachsan
26

B A N Ii Location Idax4berstein Iglau Ingbert, St. Ingolstadt Innsbruck-Land Innsbmck-Stadt Imst Insterburg ISerlOhIl J&gemdorf Jaimen Jarotschin Jauer Jena Judenburg Jtilich Jungbunzlan Jtiterbog Kaaden Kaiserslautern KdiSCh K&menz xap1itz Karlsbad Karlsruhe-Land Kassal xat towit 2

GEBIZT

ucc; 12 Mcselland Befehlsst.Bbhmn b-89 344 25 Westmark 584


136
620
690

u.M&rea

310

569 576 45

Tirol-Vorarlberg Timl-Vorarlberg Tirol-Vorarlberg I ostpreussen 42 Nestfale.~43Bd


33 33 33

19 Hochland

81.0
94

657

55111 K&ln-Aachen w
20
621 323
W

4 Niederschl8sien 17 Thtinger! 30 Steiermark

5 EOlTMMXl 3 Wartheland

35

Sudetenland

Befehlsst,Bbhmen u.i&hren 2 Blark Brandenburg

178 2::

109 83 668
726

Kaufbeuren
Kehl Kehlhein, Kemp-ixn

TXrchdorf/krems Kirchhe-imbolanden Kitzbtihel Kitzingen/Gemldshofon Xladno Klag8nfirt iClWf3 Koblenz Kolbeq Kolin Kolmar K6ln K8ln-Land K&n-rechtsrhainisch KBln-Sad Komotau Kbnigsberg KBnigsberg mniggratz Kl)nigshtitte

Kit31

f9t 320 184 537 706 577 4-a 561 238

28 54

743 53 65 16
21-7

623 43

35 Sudetenland 25 wes tm2x1< 3 War-thela& 16 Sachsen 29 Oberdonau 35 Sudetenland 21 Badsn a Kurhessen Oberschlssien % Schmberr 21 Baden 22 Bayreuth % Schwaben 6 n'ordrnark 29 Obezdonau 25 TiiTestmark 33 Tirol-Vorarlberg 39 &F&-lfrat1ketY Befehlsstelle B.u.N, 31 Kblten 10 RuhxhRisderrhe in l2 I\iosell.md 5 Ponmem Befehfastelle B,u.M, 21 Badlen 11 XCjl!.-PAach~i3 11 KIJlwAachen Kb 1.fwAa&e n II 2 iUflt7-PAache 35 SwWtenlaad 1 oatpreussc n I OStpEUSSen Befel~~st0lle RJLL

40

ObtfWSChl0Si0R

BANN Location Konin Konitz Konstaaz Korbach/Yaldeck KOm@UbUq KBslin K&then Yaainbu.rg KrefeM Krem Kmuzbeqg xreuznach, Bad Kmnach mfst8in KLll.l-0 Kulmbach
KUS01 Mistrin

No 2

9%
643
lu+

3
37
21

226 523 295 411

L$ 28 5
23

Wartheland Danzi~West~reussen Baden


hrh8ss8~

5:

522

28c

51 354 862 572 882 861. 7% 140 524 782 a69 318 570 351 325
48

40

3.2
22 33 37 22
25

Niederdon au Ponnrlem @,ttelelbe Steiemark I%jserldorf Wiedetionau Oberschle sien Hoselliand Bays-euth Tirol-Vorarlberg Danzig-We stpreussan BEtyreuth
WBstD=k

2 28 1 21 25 33 4 19
2

Urk

Brandenburg

Laa/a,d.Thaya Labiau Landal Landhc Imdeshut Landsberfiech Landsbed Landshut Landskmn Laubm LauoabuIpS Laufenburg Lauterbach Leer/Ostfriasl Lei.bnitz Leipzig Leimritz Lend Lentschiitz Leoben Leonberg Lesla.U Liebenwerda, Bad Liergnitz Lien2 Liezan Lilienfeld Ltiburg Lindau Lipgen Linz-mhlviatiel west Linz-Stadt Lippstadt Lissa Litzmannstadt-Land L~tmannstadt-Stadt I&au

332 617 i;i

22 35 4 5
21

3Q4 13 381 7 553 30 107 16 624 35 32 908 38 549 30 2:: 395 7 ;g 253 gi 15 4 31 ;i 13

Niedetionm ostpreussan Baden Westmark Tim%Vorarlberg Ni8d8rsChZC3si8tI Eochland Hark Brandenburg %QC!?8uth Su&tenland %iederschlesien Pommern Baden Hessen-Nassau.
N0lkLs88

Steiemark Sachsen Sudetenland SalzkMFg Warthsland Steiemark: jvUrtte=berg Watihsland Hittelland Niedesschlesisn K%rnten st8i82XEi~k i'?ied8rdonaU flessen=NaSsW Sc~b8s-l
%Xds88 0b8X'dOIlU

:iz 3! 532 29 531 29 132 42 655 38 663 3 664 38

21.2 16

OberdonaII Westfalern-SM Warthelma. %rthellad Wartheland Sachs8n

BANN

GEBIET

Location Lobs P LBrrach LUbeck Ltibeck-Land Luck Luckanwalde (Jlteeborg) LUdenScheid Ludtigsbu~ hdwigshafen Ludtigslust Ltha burg Ldtjenburg (i3ortmmd) hxemburg Lyck Mack8i.m Xagdeburg LW, Ostrau Miihr. Scl&Gm?g Mai nburg Mainz Malchin Miihedy Matmhein xuburg Yhriienbad Xarienbeq Xmienburg NLariatm3r~er Maktheidenfeld Xeiningen
ide issen x8lk !&h-lilg8R Memel

40 Ob8rScm8Sien
iti
3.87

625
20

w3

180

317
298

3-89
w

21 Baden 6 Hordmark 6 NOl&&Ck Sudstenland 3z Mark Bmdenburg tci! W8Stfti8t-&%!d 20 Wi!irttemberg 25 W8StIRaZ% 24 Eilecklenbu~ 41 Us+Hammer 42 Wastfalen-Stid 12 MosellaniL 1 Ostpreusse rl I UStpmUSSf3n

681 26 4% 117 416 674


171
627 867

23 Uittelelbe

626 357 152 297 363 358


208 :z

224.

&X?liIlg8IY Meppen K:erg8ntheitn, Bad Mersebuq ILietwLand Xeta-Stadt Kies Missbach Eltenbeq Mind8 n Moers m1l.R Xiolsh8i.m Monschau Xontabaus Hosbach i<uhldorf Miihlhausan hiulhausen bdbhe itn

471 312
Jb8

443 713
zg 595
-2

15 463
739 840 771.
u?

4a 327
221

746 159

B8fehlsst.Bbhmen U.&&XIXn 35 Sud&mland 22 Baymuth 131 Ness8n-Nassau UC Necklenburg 11 Xt)lwAachen 21 Baden 14 Kurhessen 35 Sud8tenland 16 Sachsen 37 &mzig-Westpmussea 37 Ih&zig-Testpr8Uss8n Idainfranke n :: THringen 16 Sachsea 28 Niederdonau 14 Kurhessan Ostpreussen 2 Wxwaben rdse e 7 130 20 W~titeii~berg 15 tiittelland 25 Yrfeatmark 25 7ti8StlIla33C 35 Sudetenbnd 19 HochZand 39 li3ainfranken 9 %mtftien-NOrd 10 Rullllwiadlamhein 6 No&mark 21 Baaen 11 K61n-Aachen 13 H8ss8n-2Iassall 21 Baden 19 Ho&land I? Tkdfringen 21 Baden 10 Sthr-Niederrhein

ad&MM Location Millheim l!iltiCbfi Mtlnchen-Cldbauh Mtisingsn lbffinstar ll3tur8ck Nau&d Nauheti,Bad Maumburg Neidenburg Neisse Nsuburg,'a.d.Dxw Neubistritz Neubrandenburg Neumarkt Neddnster N'aunkirohern Nau&irohen N8UXUppi~ Neuss Neustadt Neustadt, Bad Neustadt a.d& Neustadt Neustadt Neustettin N8utitsch8in Neuwied Niebnll Nie nburg Xiesky Nikolsbuqg Non&3nham Nordhausen Natilingen Northeti anberg Mirnberg Wrtingen Oberhausen Oberpullendorf Oberviechtach-WaldrnCInchen Obezwart Oehringen Oels Oelsnit z Offenbach Uffenbuq Uhlau Oldenburg 21&~1burg-Land Oldesloe, &d oldit z

CEBIfET

23 b95 497 97 339

z-g 465 555 :$f 367


233 13 203

21 B33d8II 34 I)&sSel.dOrP 20 wtirttembsrg 9 WestfalswNord 30 steie-k


13 Hessen-Nasam 15 Mittslland 19 Hf3CbbSld

5 l?olmem

Ostpmussan

Obersc?iLesieo 1;9 Schwaben

gz 174 2% 229 ;zi ::zI


2%

193 6130 243 3 3; 691. 223 3x5


2%

323. tt3 tt 4% 60 m 557


442

28 Niedefionau UC Mecklenburg 22 Bayzxwth 6 Nordmark 28 Iiiedexdonw 25 Westmark 2 Mark Brandenburg 34 Msseldorf 21 Badan 39 Hainfranken 25 I&x&m&k 40 Oberschlesien 8 I'Eedersachaen 5 Pommem 35 Sudetenland Ii2 Moselland 6 Nozd.ma& 8 Niedersachsan 4 Nied8rschILesien 2% Ni8derdonau 7 Nor&388 17 TMringsn Schw&ben 3i Niedersachsan 18 Franken 18 Franken 20 iYCtrttemberg 10 28 22 N 20
4 16 13

;z
287

170 807 91 382 185 485

21 '; z

fhrhr=Niaderrhein Hied8rdonau Bayreuth Steiermark IRirttemberg Ni8derschlesZen Sachsen Hessen-Nassau Baden Nisderschlesien Kordsee Nordsee Exdmark Befehlsst.B&meu

u,Hahren

4Xl.20

BANN
Location 03438 OPP8ln 03%31i3burg Oschatz Oschersleben Osnabrf.lck-Land o&abxUck-Stadt Osterbuq Ostemd6 Osterode/katx Ostrowo Pabianice Paderborn Parchirn

GEBXET

No.
227

63 278 215

42 40

12
23

286
78 749

7 7

18

23

-A
38

Westfalen-Sold Oberschlesien 03tpr8ussen Sachsen Mittelelbs Nordse e Nordsee 3Cttelelbe Ostpreussen Niedersachsen Wartheland

666

281 $65 44.8


535 854 172 481 499 703 177 1% 796 374 651
682

Passau

Peine Perg Pfaffenhofen Pforzheim Pilsen Pinneberg Eirmasens Pirna Plauen Pless Plbhnen Potsdam Posen p-43 Prenzlau Preussisch Xylau Preussisch Holland Pritzwalk Quedlinburg Querfurt Radom Hagnit Rappoltsweiler Rastenburg Bathenow Ratibor Ravensburg Ratitsch B8eS Recklinghsen Re@;ensburg Reichenbach/kzle Reichenberg Reichenhall, Bad ReIlGg8II Bemscheid Rendsburg

a 291 3 373 399

9 W8stfalen-Nord a- 148cklenburg 22 Bayreuth 8 Wiedersachsen 29 Oberdonau 19 Nochland 21 Baden Befehl.sst.Bbhmen u.Mblhran 6 Nordmark 25 Yestmrk 16 Sachsen 16 Sachsen 40 Oberschlesien I Ostpreussen 2 Hark Brandenburg 38 Wartheland Befehlsst.B&msn &tin 2 Uark Brandenburg I Ostpreussen I Ostprwssen 2 Mark &?andenburg
23 Mttelelbe

38 Wartheland

15 3;littelland Befehlss,Gen.Gouvernewnt

270
742 4 723

62 124. 658
57
252

3u 379 631 336 3% 231 163

21 B&n I Ostpr8ussen $Iark Brandenburg 4: Oberschlesien 20 iRirtternberg 38 Wartheland 10 Ruhr-Niederrhein 9 Westfalen-Nord 22 Bayreuth 4 Niederschlesien 35 Sudetenland 19 Ho&land 12 xoselland IXIssaldorf % NOrdmark

I Ostpr0ussen

BANN Location Reutlin~en Reutte Rheine Ried/i.Innkreis Rochlitz Rockenhausm Rohrbach Rosenheim Restock-Land Restock-Stadt Rotenburg Rothenburg ob der Tauber Rottweil -rg Saalfeld SaarbrUcken Saarburg Saargen-i&d Saarlautern Saaa SBckingen Sagen SalzbuqpLand Salzburg-Stadt Salzgitter SaXWd81 samter Sangerhausen St,Goarshausen St.Ingbert St.Pblten St.Veit/a.d&lau SaUlg8.U S&&ding Scheibbs Schlsiden Schleswig Schlettsadt schlochau SchMchtern Schmalkalden ~Schneidemilhl Sche)nberg Sch6nebeck ScbrMtersbuq Schw&bisch GmUnd Schwhibisch FIaU Schwaz ScImeidnitz Schweintit Schweinitz Schwerin-Land Schwerin-Stadt Segeberg
tc29 575 263
a

GEBIET

705 533
328

757 90

20 w&z'ttemberg 33 Timl-VorarUxq 9 Westfalen-Nolrd 29 0b8rdOWll 16 SaChSen 25 Westi 29 Oberdonau 19 Hochland 24 IJ8cklenburg UC Meoklenburg CM-Hannover zi Franken 20 Vlltirttembexyj 35 Sudetanland
17 !%tbi~~8 L-J 25 W8stDXCk

23.8
70
2%

WY 3 633
728 378

g3
578

945 653 397

288 ;s

4z g!i 86 i!g
392 32 371 759 209 439 571 10 335
234

756 89

822

32 MosaXland w8stmaz'k 25 Westmark 35 Sudetenland 21 Baden 4 Niederschlesien 32 Salzburg 32 Salzburg 8 Niedersachsen 23 bI%tt818lb8 38 Warthelmd 15 Zrfittelland 13 Hessan-Nassau 25 3Yestmark 28 Niederdonau 31 Xbnten 20 Wurttemberg 29 Oberdonau 28 Niedezdbnau 11 K&ml-Aache n 6 NOXd.Rl&Ck 21 Baden 5 Pommrn 13 Hessen-Nassau 17 Thiiringen 5 Pom.mern 2.4 Umklenburg 23 tiittelelbe 1 Ostpreussen 20 'i92irttemberg 20 wmtexbeq 33 Tirol-Vorarlbcrg 4 Nied8mchlesien 39 laainfranken 15 aittellmd a- Mecklenburg Mecklenbwg 2 NOIYbXk
25

a.22

BANN Location Senftanbcrg


Sensburg Sichelberg 47 151 789 a0
24-f-3

GEBXET -I

2 &lark Brandenburg I Ostpr8uss8n I Ostpr8uss8n II 20 22 12

Siegburg Sigmaringen Simbach/Inn Simmem Sinsheim SO8St Solingen Sonneberg Sorau SpeY= Spittal/a.d.Urau
Stade

727 132 232 219 275 708 565

21
42

34 17 2

K&n-Aache n mrttembew Bayreuth liloselland Baden 'IVestfalen-Sad BtiSs81dOX"f !PMringe n Hark Brandenbuq
Westmxrk K8,rnten Ost-Hannover

stargad Starnbem Stassfurt


Steinburg

190 9 850 754 04

25 31
41 5 19 23 6 23 355 LY

Stendal Sternberg Stettin Stegrl: Stockach Stoll.berg stolp Storkow (Beeskow) Stralsund Strassbuw-Land Strassburg-Stadt Straubing Striegau stuhnl Stuttgart (Cross) Sulingen Sulz Tachau ch3rrHmg Tam Yerxplin TepLitz-Schanau
T8SCFEtl

418 410

5; 729
210
49

21
16

Ponrmern Hochland Mittelelba Nordmrk ~fi/litt818~be Sud8tenland Po.miern Obardonau Bad8n Sachsen
FO~lUl8ITl

$8 42
740

2 Ir2ark '3randanbwg

21 Baden

5 PomiI8rn

7% 346
877

21 Baden 22 Bayreuth 4 ?Cederschlesien 20 Hrttembcrg 8 Xiedersachsen w Steicmark

37 Danzig-Vestpreussen

119 558
73

635 581 745


370 636
02

Tetschen Thorn Tilsii; Wlz, Bad Torgau Traben-Trarbach Trauensteiti 'I'rautenau Trebnitz Trier TrOppau Ttibingen Tuchef

35 Sudetenland 32 Salzbuq 21 Baden Marlc Drandanbu~ 325 sd8 t8 nland 4c Oberschlesisfl

2;: '
41 337

;7 I
19 15 I.2 19 35 4

245
594 638 376 69 639

72

12

125
881

35
20

37

Sud8tenlaacl Danz~~~~~~estp~eussan Cstpmmssen EJ,ochlahd Mittelland MoselZand Ho&land Sudetenland Niederschlesien KoseUanh Sudetenland Wirt t embe rg Danzig-YJestpreus3en

BANN
&cation &.

GEs.Is

!7!Ulln Tuttlingen uberlingen Uelzen IKlJn Vaihingen Vechta Velzen-Dannenberg Verden Vi833U-t Villach Villingsn Vilshofen Vbcklabruck Vltlkernarkt VKLklingen Vorchtorf Waiblingen Waidhofen @aldenburg wtidfnanchen-0bervischlazxh waldshut 'iKalsrode Wangen/Allgau 'WTanne-Nickel Wanzlaben
WZUWI

510 w3 4@3
284. 428 225 284 265

28 20 21

Niedardonau --ternberg
Baiien

J-20

41 Ost-Hannover 30 T&-ttemberg 20 7 41 41 38 31
21 22

660

407
844

50 &6
521 375 405 271 432 30 752

29 31 25 29

\~&ttemberg Nordsee ost-Hannover Qst-Hannovw \Yartheland K&nten Baden Bayreuth Oberdonaxl K&rnt&3 \~estmark Obexdonau

364 20 Mtemberg
21

28 Niederdonau 4 Niederschlesien Badea Ost-Rannover Wfkttemberg Westfalew3id Mitte1t31be BIiecklenburg Westfalen-Nerd Ho&land Ostpreuesen Bayreuth Thtlringen Franken Baden Sachsen Steiermark Oberdonau BadsI3 Oat-Hannover Hessen-Nassau Hessen-Nassau
Wie n wien

41
20 42

23
zs.

Warendorf-Backum Wasserburg Wehlau Weiden Weimar Weissenburg Weissenburg weissenfels weiz b/Graz Welt3 Wertheim Wesermfbnd8 Westerburg Wetzlar WisnMMling, BezV ost, Bez. II Ott&ring SchBnbrunn, Baz.VI Sllii, Bezr III West, BezXI Bee.1 BfXCLIV Baz,VIXI
B0Z.IX

zk
593
290

9
19 I

735
935

306 22 17 18 ET 21
138
543
212

16 30 21 u 13 13
29

285 87 88
92

27 50527

4z
503 507 501 99

27

$k

27 Wian wim 27 WlCQ3 27 Y&en 27 Wien 27 Wien 27 Wien 27 Wien

BANN iocation Wiena>Neustadt W.asbaden Wilhelmshaven


Wismar

GEpIET

YW3xm/Ruhr Wittenberg Wittenberge Wittingen tfittlich 'Johlau Wolf'ach WolfsnMttel Wolfsberg Wobnfrstedt
X0X7X3

513 80 59 413 205 356 197 380


a-4

28 Niederdonau
13 Hessen-Nassaar 7 Nordsee

50 733 &?
568 118

2.4. Xecklenbug 4.2 Yestfalen-Stid 25 Mittelland 2 Kark Brandenburg 41 Ost-Hansuver 12 EIosellrrnd 4 Niederscblesien 21 Baden 8 Niedersachsen
3l. Kbnten 23 Xttelelbe 13 Hessen-Nassau

Wunsiedel Vuppertal
@upp rtal-E lbe rfe Id

Wtiatirg-Stadt Wrzburg-Land ZaIxrn Zell m See

697 17 267 309 334 737 582 398 7% 679 102


P-36

22 Bayreuth js, Msseldorf 34 I.Xsse1dox-f 39 Mai.nPraraken 39 Maintianksn


21 32 15 23 1 16 28 25 28 16 7 22 35 2

Zeitz

, Zerbst J&+i.em.~ zittau ZnaiK ZweibrCtcken Zwettl Zwickau


Zwischenaix, Zwiesel 3ad

322
520

133
825

868

Zwittau Z~ll.ichau

628 46

Baden Salzburg mttelland Mittelebbe Ustpreussen Sachsen I\iiedetionau Westnm-k Xiffderdoneur Sachsen Nordsee Bayreuth Sudetenland ILark 3rar~denburg

(Ike-military

WehrerMqhtigunjqXla~er Training Camps) name iti listed in

(IKE%

'#hers known, the Comndant% brackets after the school), WEL: m VELI KEL I II

GEBIET: I. 2.
3.

fiDcAT1m:
ROs8ns88

Ostpreussen &idc Brandenburg Berlin

Gl8Wf3h

Dreetz/a.Sch#ferbex& c Sommerlager 4. Niedsrschlesien REL


Klein Korb

Kunzsndorf Bartniflr,Militsch

x Vomilit~sch,e

Schiausbildungslager (Siegfrisd GOSs'i'KT) 5. Pommern KELI


(La@* wIlsux@

Gmss

Iser

Goddentow/kr,lauenberg

WEL II (Star. wi3L

M&UN)

Westfalenhof
Gross

Born/Mustettin

tic Smmerl~er
6,

Lubmin

Noxdmrk

YXL Dr Leek-Schmt)rhahn (H.G~~~.D~.scHUKMN) cS0mmerl~er (t1otor HJ) Fissm-&tin

Niedersachsen

mu: (SS,U,Stuf,GIGAS) into %XL,

H&mlheide

L Probably cmwerted

8ehrerMchti~a~sl~er GEBXET: 9. WestPalen+ord WELI WL WEL m 37 (Geff .FRESTAG) 10. iiuhx+iederrhein la!L III (Staf,CAmJZ) ml. I km ST MEL (OJ3af.KLOW) WEL

(Continued) LEATION: cm-Haltern/Westf, ~~stdorf/b.3ennel~er Au~rstilorr/'b.Sennel~er Mari nwald

IIarzbeck/u.GeMem

f I a KLSln-Aache~~

SC?-&

L&n/E i.fc1 (Solbcq)

meifall

Geilsnkixthen Gerrce-ter Kohlccheid

M-EL WEL
13.
Hess~n-Nassau

Marlsbetiden Ytig$prath

WEL wm II (Obaf.W.BOIIZR) WEL X SCU?mer&agcr (m3af.sm.HL) StegskCpf'jWesterwaM


Ge ilJ-KIU

Illi., Kurhesse n

V&L II (C.Gefr. WL III

-wmK) Kiegenh3.in/LLjrez.3.Cassel Post R&rschein/Ct Post Rtlhruchei~/ti Trqy= il"r3ysa

WL I7

3+fj, Mittelland

WELL I
W-ELIs (0. Staf.dhTaR)

Rmbably

converted

into WEL.

W&rertkhtigungslager

(Continued)

36. sachsern

mL WSL II WmJIII oJw4)

Neukhh8n/Kr,Chemitz

Straschitz xbl

Schibach,&r, ~e~shitz Schloss Hainewalde/b. Zittm Pahlen/kr.Oschatz wlELxII i K.-Sommerlager "Buch" 17* Tkgiringsn tm mII Altenberg Dah3ener Meide

Bad Be&a Oh333ZUf

WEiL

VaCh& Ranis

lg. Kochland

YEL WEL

%wuchtlingen

20. Wtfrttemberg

JEL m11 'W x Ausbildwgslager

Hechingen/W&t-l;emberg AltensteQ/b.Nagold Sxhenta&%irttembeq Oberstau.ffen

g Probably

converted

into XEL.

.~~ehrert~chti~~~n~sl~er
@JJ-J-JpP: Wi!Z:

(Continued) UXAT'CON: -d
UnloiTfen

21.

Badetl mx II

Rauenstein;PPfa33

WLL III Karrenalf/Schwarm (La@?. BUHJxIm?~\ c Ftkrrersommerlager 22. Bayreuth #EL II XZL III 23. Eittelelbe U&L MEL Guttenthau/b.Kcmnath Zrasbach/b.Neumrk Bernburg HW~~
33d8

2&, Xecklenburg

WELI V/XL II

Varen '#axen Gemershe@falz Fr8hnerhof Niederbmnn Ochsenfeld Modern St.Avold Schalka ndorf Schallodenbach

25. Westmar%

3c Segelflug Somerlager 3c Segelflug Somerlager I Segelflug Somerlager 9c Segelflug Sommrlager 4c Ssgelflqg Somerlager !K Segelflug Sommerlager 5 Segelflug Soximerlagzr K Segelflug Sommerlager

z Pmbably

converted

into.%EL.

IOCATJION: / 27. Wien hrn Grass Hollsnstein Raab/a.d. Thaya WZL III ilt Reichsstreif'endienst Lehrgang (=I 28. Ni8derdonau 29, Oberdonau al Lagsrschle YpeLI xi& II (Staf,Z%ITLM?G)
3. Steiezmark

Ritmannshof/b.Zwettl ss-ICraftf~schule, Sc?&bmm ThumBrsbach VorchtorS ,

Hasla.b.Bfx+cf~ld YiEL II wEL III StJZuprrJcht/a,d&.ab xx, Cilli Smemgg w Schilager Lachtalhaus Pragerhof~ntersteiemark in Ausbildungslager (Marine-HJ) x Ausbildungslager x AusbildLmgslager WBrther See Wbrthsr See Wkther
Grie s

Sac

3l.. K&mten

?~&sch/i.Gailtal Seebod8n/&~~~he~ WEL d.Grussemanischen Jugend f Ba.f*mmT! WEL (Staf.KIRSCHNER) 33. Tir&-Vorarlberg WEL I vBL II I Lager ss Probably R'Lag6F converted into mL. Steiafel~rautal

Naurach/a.Achensee Buchau/a.Achensee Mtd.kalm Scbwendt/b,K6ssen '

GBDT:
34. Utisseldorf

~~e~ertftchti:n~slager WEL:
vi?ELI

continued) IOCATION: Gemtid

w3L II1 35. Sudetenland NEL I (Baf. RXRU) M3L (staf,vuGEL) WEL IV FUhrernachwwhslager
K Sommerlae;er 36. Schmbe a

Heinrichsgtin Wildflecken Kochlitz-E'ranzental/ a.d. Isar Kbnigs~tte/b.Te~litz&Mnau Wranitz/Sasaut&L Schloss Frundsberg/b, Kindelheim

x Vormilittiischer Schilemang
37*

Nebelhorrr

Danzig-Vestpreussen

X2L I
ym -J

Lautenburg/Wpr, Bodenwinkel WEKDT)

(Ostaf.

38.

3axtheland

VUL T (SS-U.Stur.L;EITR) -km

Beqstaat Zirke/Kr*Birnbaum Bad Gottschalkowitz


Z-On

40.

Oberschlesien

wx!xJII I Schilager

42,

K'estfalek-Stid

m%L

BUhlert/%r.Xonschau

x Probably

converted

into VJL.

GebietsfYihrerschulen (Re~ional7Yraini.o~ Camps for Unit Leaders) G!!!HKJ -1 -4 0. I. Ostpreussen I II


2.

___---_ @.b3 ibmo t t en Zlspt31 (Gerhard Liebsch Herbert; horkus Georg Preiser

s'c~iC?OL

-_

Location -e-e Boschimmen/Fost Lyck-Land @3fdenten Cottbus 13irkenwerdar Odarh3ltsch/Fw. Guhrau Hassitz Sinow%chheida/b Stettin Machlin Male rite-Gremsmiihlen Gudenbcxg AUdhl8/b. Wildeshausen Bad Zwischenahn DehmkeJf-lmeln Schloss Schwansbell/b. L&en Hal&m ??W?g dlpt?n Lintford . K&n Godesberg Niederlahnstein Cederhauscn ELfviZle/a. K6nigshofen/ Taunus Gut Grimritz/b. Halle Grethen/b. Erimna Glauchau b, Dresden Allstedt/a.d. Helms lihein '

Mark Brandenburg Berlin 'Niederschlesien

I ? I II

3. 4.

5.

Pornmrn

I SI

Hans Mallon

6,

No&mark II

Otto 13lbcker

7. Mordsee

1 ?I

Hans Nof fhan

8,

rdiedersachsen

Peter Fri8ss Walter Wagnitz

Y* '~estfalen=No~

IO. EuhrchTiederrhsin
11. KBln-Aachen

I II I II

I-1 erbe rt Hmarde Paul Yhewellis Baldur van Sckirach Erich Nie.j ahr Christian GtissnianU

12.

Moselland

I 12 1: XI

13. HesserrNassau

-l5, 6

MittelJ.and Sachsen s I1 III

Werner Gerhard flans Queitzsch

-I7. Thfiringen

Rudolf Schr8der

Gebietsftihrerschulen (slm22 _ -----

(SontinTxed) SGHUUL ,-..- ,_I_y Location --Cadolzburg Weyarn/b. Eiesbach Stuttgart-Solitude Ettlingen Ollweilcr tiastatt Neckaqerntind Thale

!!s_
18. 19.
20. 21.

Yame Zosef GYCln


Josef Neumeier Wilhelm Neth

Fraoken Hochland YJtirttemberg Baden I II

Fritz

Kr8beP

23, klittelelbe
25.

westmark

I II

He;sshe-i_m Bitsch Burg Lichtenberg/b. Kusel Kaiserslalxtern Tuttau Dibberxen/b. Yarburg

27.

wien
Niedetionau SteiemRark K8rnten Salzburg Dtlsse ldorf Sudetenland Danzig-Westpreussen Wartheland Wilhelm Gustloff

Plankenberg &d-doss Sitzenberg/ Kr. 'L'ulln Retzhof Velden/W8rthersee Gr8dig Xanten Schloss Kle.i;zau/b. Tuchelsberg Marienwerdcr Eicbenhain Mt\llen/b, Gnesen Seebtick/b. Ychril.m sicot schau Karl Ireinz Schlenkrich x Ruchho3.z Iscnhagen-Hankensbtittel Halden Castrop-Kauxel

28.
30. 31. 32, 34. 359 37. 3%

40.

Oberschlesien Ost-Rannover

4-L

42,

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8. Niedersachsen

I II IL1 IV

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3 Mark Brandenburg 2;: Baden

rn 5. ~l3ml.?ue 28. Niedcrdonau 16. Sachsen

5: II III N v

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21. aaden

4. Niederschlesien

20. Mirttsmberg 9. Hestfalen-3oti

31, K8rnten

I II II III FJ

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23. ii,$ittelelbs

K4ln-Aachen

::: Westmark 20, Wrttemberg

13. Xessen-Nassau
~2nd Gd.bdes~hulen I, Ostpreussen 2. Zark Brandenburg 18. Franken

17. Thtiringen

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2, Mark Brandenburg

6. h'ordmark 1-L ThUringen

19* Ho&land
Jupandarbeit

'

2. Xark Brandenbujcg

2. Grk Brandenburg

&ichsschulen

ur.d -La.=

(Continued)

Reichsschule Schloss Molchow/b.

f%.r~~eltansch@iche Neuruppin der ELJ " 3. Berlin KLV

S.chulun_g

2, Mark Brandenburg

Tieichsfu~kschule I.3Uerlin-Charlottenburg Reichsschule, ste inau/wer Krie&etremq@enst

4. Niederschlesien

iI;tSnnsdorf/Dresden (Vleisser Hirsch)


16.

Sachsen

Nec'nrichtensportschunule --der H,J Plauen/i. Vogtland de,ite_rschule der HJ . Plauen/i, 'Jo?;tland


16,

16, Sachsen

Sachsen

Traunstein/Oberbayern Niederhausen Cstlandfti1rerschuI.e Marien-rverder/Ordenschloss

19, Hochland der XT 37. Danzip Westpreussen

Gurek/b.

Teschen Reichsschulun~sburhr, -*_I

40. Oberschlesien
42, Westfalen-Stid

Erwitte ~poasti+xhtlie RSF -d.---rrc

Nationalpolitischs %rziehungsanstalten (Wational Political Educational Establishments ) Kame of school where known is given in brackets after the 18cation GEBIET 2. Mark Brandenburg
3. Berlin 4. Niederschlesien 5. Pomuern 6. No&ark 7. Nordsee

1;ocATICN Eleucelle/b. Guben Pot sdam Berlin-Spandau Naumburg Wahlstadt Kl)slin Putbus Pl&&olstein Haseliinne Heythusen (IiolIand) Bensberg/b. Kt)ln Valkenburg Holland) Colmarberg I Luxemburg) Oranienstein a.d. Lahn Schulpfort 8//b. Kauxburg h'aumburg/Saale Klotzsche/b, Dresden Meissen (W&4 Rirstenschule) Schneckengrttn Illfelq/karz Neubeuern/Inn Backnang Rottwefl ,4chern Reichenau Ballenstedt (Nl?E%A Anhalt) K&hen Marnheim (NHU Weierhof) Rufach St. Wendel Breitensee/b. Xien Wien Wien/%auernhausgasse G&tweig Hubertendorf' Traiskirchen Turnitz
Seckau

IO. RutiNiederrhein 11. Kiln-Aachen


12, Bloselland

13. Hessen-Nassau 15. Mittelland


16. Sachsen

THiringen IV. Hochland 20, Wflrttemberg


47. 21. Baden

23. hlittelelbe
25. Westmark 27. Wien -28. Niederdonau

30. Steierinark
31
l Kbnten

35. Sudetenland 37. Danzig-Xestpreussen 38. Wartheland 40. Oberschlesien

Vorau Millstadt/Spanheim St. Paulfiavant St. Veit YloschkoWitz stuhm Reisen Wollstein Lublinitz

Gebietsfcldsche~schulen -(Schools for Medical Technicians) LGCATIOl'/ .A--4. Niederschlecien IO, P,uln-Niederrhein 16. Sachsen 35. Sudetenlaod H irschberg milhe i!X Leipzig 'Pusteuna/b. Frankstadt

&xikschulen (Music SchooLsj


(-&jjiEf

TlTl3 O> SCHGOL Cebiets~~l~siknchule Musi'lcschule Mu~ik:ict~le Jugc narL1us ikschule Muuikschule

LCCATKN ost l5srlin

3. Serlin ;J, Niedcrsachsen -0 II. MHln-Aache n

BTEUc s c!T<re ig E&jce Be p? s Lc,gburg

13. EIessewNassa~t 17. l'M\rirIge r-l

Frar: kfurt/a.M.

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Gebietsmtts

23. Mit-Wdbe 22-b Ham burg 30. stei.elIn-Euk 3-L Berlin

iksch~rl~z

Dardesheim

Mu:;;ikhcchschwl.c Cebietsmusikschu1e Lehrgang fi\r J&end V. Vo~~smusiklcitcr M~sikschu3.e dcr HJ "Bella Vista" Mueikschule

Schloss
23~1
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12, b;loselIand 16, Sachsen 17. Th&ringen 19. Hochland 22. Bayreuth 2l+. Mecklenbuq 25 Westmark 36. Schwaben 37. Danzig-Westpraussen
B@fehbstell8

Landstuhl Frankenthal Sonthofen/Allg!5u Jenkau Heulosberg I@au

Bdhmen-Mhren

Land-kqer (Farm Service Caqs; WSILT --Y I+ 03tpreussen 2, Mark Brzndenbqrg 6. Niedersachsen 15. Mittell.and 16. 'sachsen T%?E OF CAHI? Landjahrlager Lauddienstlehrhof Lsnddienstlehrhof Lznddienstlehrhof Landdienstlehrhof Landdienstlehrhof Umsied2ungslager (Land) 3'? L-e EaylPeuth Landdiegstlehrhof Landdienstauekselager L)anddienstlchrbof Landdienstfager Landdienstlager Lcnddienstlager landdicostl~er '%iederXndsch" Kriegseinsatzlager (Land! Landdienstla@r
LWidkellStla@r

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33digehause

n/b.

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2i+, Mecklenburg 3L Steiennark

37* Danzig-Kestpl%USSen

3ye hkinfrartken Befehlssteile Bbbmen 'J, M%hren

(Representatives
CO=:

Abmad) AUCTION:

NAbE & RANK: EilinNm~TZ, G., sew, o.staf. G&f*

Belgiw

Chef d. Befehlsst, Be&&en, j%hrer d, FMmischen HJ, MF. Beauftragter D8nemark Landes jqgendtirer F~eich (K) ti i.

TEICH&WN, G-erhati, H,%f. F?X%nCe Hwry Htibert, H.Eeff. c;Febf.

Dr.Heinrich, ThXMA, H.Baf.

Gebf. d. Geb."west" (Westxmgam u.Buck?ep&) Beauftragter f%r KLV i. ungarm La22desgxxppemer, Kobe/ RJF. Bea=ufYragter i. TOW/ Chef d. Befehlsstelle Niederlande (i.v.) Bannleiter d. HJ. f%? Nerd-Holland
OS

Japan

JAHN, Dr.He= SCHULm, Reinhold, 5,Gebf.

EOlland

VOSS, O.Baf. PEZERS, Willy, 0. Geff,

Latvia Poland

IikR,
SC-

0. Gebf.
I

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G, H.Baf.

K-Chef d. Befehlsst Generalgouvernement,


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scmz, 0 l 3af .

Leiter, Leiter,

Portugal Lisbon/

Chef d. Befehlsst. Osten mr d. YJeissr&henischen Jxend K,Baf. Bar-mPressburg


HJ* , S-p&en

Slovakia spin Sweden

GILGE, &2ch, EPURS


VQWB, CARSTk3,

H cCkf f.

SOF, Barcelona i,

Dr. Heinz

Landes $q"ggqj~y~~sch~;ied.cn

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OF

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Diagrams

and Plates L.".c-~cc---~.w~-I-LIY

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Compiled by k4lIiX3(LONDOTI; Rrmch) Prom Material Available at WASHIKGTON and LONXQ~

THE

REICHSJUGENDFUHRUNG
(Reich Youth Directorate)

(RJ F)

1 REICHSJUGENDFUHRER

I HAUPTAMT I

I HAUPTAMT II HAUPTAMT III

Per:anolamt Amt Wrhrertuchtlyun~p!Giiyyy Prrrre w&d OryonlrottonrJmt ~popaqmdoaml Kulturamt h-tHJ~terlchtrborkc!t

HAUPTAMT r*mtGhtrvrrw.ltunqI

-1
ill

WITtlChOttSamt Irpokt,ordienrt=ll=

NOTEFo, fu,urTher e,o&7ror,ofi se* m/awm~ bQp%

Units

and Unit Commanders of the

H 3 PROPER

1 RElCHSJUGENDFijHRER

I
IO-50 Gebict in the Str -approx 600 5-10 in the Bonn

I
GEFOLGSCHAFT

GEFOLGSCHAFT a.b:;;%J%$+;~$;;r I

GEFOLGSCHAFT Strenqth 150 L

GE FOLGSCHAFT

SCHAR Scharfuhrrr OberacharfUhrer I , I

or

K*MER*DsCH*FT

KAMERADSCHAFT ~am.rad%chattsf"hr~r or ObrrX.m~.r.~rh.tlIt"hrPr I


I

1 K*MtwDSCH*FT Ptrcngth I,
I

ROTTE Rotlrnfhr*r cl

(.tizq

Organisation

of a

HJ-GEBIET
W i t h Unit Commanders

1 HJ-GEBIET

HJ I

DJ

BDM
MXDELRING (Mtidelrinqfiihrerin)

JM I
JUNGMADELRING (Junqmddelrinqfiihrerin)

MYDELGRUPPE (MadPlqrupppnruhrerin)

JUNGMADELGRUPPE (Junqmod.lqruppontuhrertn)

DETAIL Cl? THF:REICHsJU@3NDtiUNG (RJF) The foregoing chart gives in outline the structure of the RtJF; details of the various bureaux, with personalities, are given below. With regard to the chain of cormand shown on the diagram, it should be noted that the Special Executive Branches are on a par with the Haupt&nter, in that both groups are directly responsible to the Reichsjugendflihrer. In the following elaboration, certain sub-offices have been shown as subordinated to bureaux on the grounds of their functions, but without confirmatory evidence, Such cases have been indicated by an 'asterisk (w), Personalities given are those last identified: generally the first official listed can be taken to be in charge of the office concerned.

'IiXEiYOUTHLEAD~RAND l34MEDIATESTAFF ReichsMndftier TReich Youth Leader) Stellirertretender Reichsjugendf+&rer TDeputy Reich Youth Leader) Ad jutant IAdjutant) Stabsf#hrer (Chief of 5taff) Reichsreferentin BIM. TIlirector of BIN.> ArturAXUNN O.Gebf. Dr. PE'M'ER Baf. Gerhard WELTZIN Helmut M&XI, Dr. Jutta R&DEER

TKECSWIALEXElCUTIVEmCHES Zentralamt 7ministration H.Baf. Office) O.Baf. ScMlMIDT(K) O.Ba,f. Herbert U&f. mm Baf. STCCKINGm BRINWMN FRMXE (K)

/ Auslands- und Volkstumsamt (Branch for Germans Abroad and Gemanism) Hauptabteilungsleiter (Chief of a Main Section) Beim Reichskommissar "O&land" (With Reich Commissioner "Ostland") Japanreferent (Secretary for Japanese Affairs) Leiter der Auklandsdeutschen Schiilerheirne (Director of Schools for German Youth from Abroad)

NZXMANN

ANNEXEC

Dienststelle Kinderlandverschickunq (Branch for the Evacuation of Children) Sachbearbeiter fltr Kinderlandverschickung (Secretary for the Evacuation of Children)

H.Baf,

GI#lTTNER

Erich FEEDBEEG O.Baf, GANZSP~GEL

Kriegsbetreuungsdienst Gebf. Dr, MOKA (Welfare Sex-Aces to Regular Armed Forces) Kommndeur der Adolf-Hitler-Schulen (Commander of The Adolf Hitler Schools) Amt Adolf-HitlerSchulen, (Bureau for Adolf Hi-tler Schools) O.Gebf. Dr, PF;TTER O.Baf. GARDE O.Baf, KRONBERGER O.Staf. SCHRANK

THF: HAuPThER (mARws)


HUPTAX? I (Department I) Beauftragter (Acting Chief) Personalamt (Personnel Bureau) Organisationsamt (Organisation Bureau) Am%HJ. - Gerichtsbarkeit (HJ. Legal Affairs) HAUPTAXI!II (Department Chef (Chief) Amt Wehrertfichtigunq (Pre-Military Training 11) Gebf, BU&S Gebf. BUD&S H,Baf, BOIKXFXT (R) H.Baf, lQXEl3X (K)

0,Gebf.

Dr. SCKLbER

O.Gebf. Dr. SCKL~R Bureau) Oberstleutnant KR?TSCWkfER Kapitkn 2, S, Karl NARATH

w Vertreter des OKW. (Armed Forces Representative) r~ Verbindungsoffizier zum OKW. (Liaison Officer to Armed Forces High Comman d) &n-t L&be&bun= (Physical Training Chef (Chief) Bureau) ' Training)

H.Baf. ABELBECK Staf. KOCH KEDAU

Fachwart fti Bergsteigen (Inspector for M&ntain

kiter der Gymnastikschule (Director of the Gymnastic School)

Heinrich

H#UJP!UMT III Chef {Chief)

(Department 11X) O,Gebf', Dr. SCHZ&SER Schulung Training) 0.33af. GRIESMAYR(K) XBaf. MEMMINGEZ

Amt f'tLr weltanschauliche (Bureau for Ideological

Presse und Propagandaamt TPress and Propaganda Bureau) * Hauptstelle Jugendfilm (Youth Film Control Centre) w Beauftragter f'tir das Jugendschrifttum (Youth Literature Control Representative) x Reichsjugendpressedienst (National Press Service Youth Publications) The HJ publications Umtliches ("Official ' for I

Staf. ~Fritz FINOHR O.Baf. l?ritz HEX23

Gebf. titer

KMFMANE

are as follows:-

Nachrichtenblatt!' Gazette of RJF.") Paf. UTERUNN Gebf. G8nter KAUFMANN O,Baf, Albert O.Baf. Herbert RElZEEKER Ruprecht ScHuL;EMAw Baf. Edmund SAU Albert M8UER aLER

"Junge Welt" ('Young World') r'Wille und Mach& ('Will "Das Junge Deutschland" ("Young GerMany") and Powe9)

Wer Pimpf" ("The Cub")


"Sport der Jugend" ("Youth Sports") '3i.e Junge Dorfgemeinschaft" ("Youth in the Village*') x Referent ffir Sozialpolitik (Representative,from Hauptamt IV for Social-political matters) Kulturamt (Cufturekureau) Chef (Chief) Leiter ffk Musik (Musical Director)

H.Baf,

ZANDm,

O.Baf. Wolfgang sm Baf, MMEWSKt 0,Gebf. Dr. ScHLkm

Institut Pur N3 Jugendarbeit (National Socialist Youth Activities Institute) Reichsjugendbfichkrei (Reich Youth Library)

0,Gebf. Dr. SCHL&EER

~UFTAM!l! IV (Department IV) Chef (Chief) Saziales Amt (Social Service Bureau) x Kommuxalreferent (Secretary for Public R Am-t ftir Jugendhilfe (Youth Welfare Bureau) Amt fti Gesundheit der Hitler-Jugend (NJ Health Bureau) Chef (Chief) Relations)

Artur AXEQANN
Gebf, ScHE2oEDER 0,Baf. H&f. KESSINGER EHIiLICHER

GerhardMOSES Friedchen HERBOLD 0,Baf. HEID-

H.Baf. Dr. Richard LIEBENC37 Dr. Rudi NEUN H,Baf. Dr. Richard LIEBENOW 0,Baf. KERN

Reichsjugendarzt (Reich Youth Medical Director)


Amt Erholungswerk

(Convalescence Bureau) Amt Bauerntum und Landqienst IBureau for Agriculture and Land Work) Beauftragter des Reichsbauernftirers (Representative of the Reich Farm Leader) HAUPTM V (Department V) Stabsfwrer (Chief of Staff) Bauamt (Building and Constructian Bureau) O.Baf. WINTER Baf. Werner RIETZ

Helmut M&XEL H.Baf. KRAUSE O,Gebf, Johannes RODATZ Staf. HINZ

Amt fElr Heime und Herbergen (Youth Homes and Hostels Bureau) )IEReferent Jugendwohnheime (Youth Homes Representative) Arbeitsausschuss (Youth Hostels Commission) Heimbeschaffung and Housing

O,Gebf, Johannes RODATZ

ANNEXEC

HAUP!MlT VI (Department VI) Chef (Chief) Amt Rechtsverwaltunpx (Bureau of Legal Administration) \Virtschaftsamt (Bureau of Economics and Administration) x Reichskassenverwaltung HJ (Reich Treasury of HJ) Inspektionsdienststelle (Bureau of Special Service

Gebf. GRIMM O,Baf, BE%-q H&f, BAYER

Gebf, KLEY Inspectorate) H,Baf, Adolf DICKFELD Gebf. Helmut LEISNER 0,Baf. Gerhard HUN

Reichsinspekteur der Flieger-HJ (Reich Inspector of HJ Aviation) Reichsinspekteur der Marine-H3 (Reich Inspector of Naval HJ) Reichsinspektew fW Vormilittirische Ausbildung (Reich Ins ector for Pre-Military Training P

OTHERPERSONALITIESIN THE RJF, (Assignment unknown) O,Baf, O.&f. Helmut H,Baf, H,Baf, H,Baf, H.Baf. ANTONI IJb MEYER Heinz M.JSS Hans PAmOR Johanqs TEE'72 Otto WURSCHINGER

AN'NEXE

lUEWWUTIONS LIKELY TO El3 FCKRID IN HJ QOC~S NOTE: No translations have been given: reference made to Table of Contents and to text. kbteilung Adolf Hitler f.3 Assistent BannrUhrer A: Bund Deutscher I&d81 BIBI. Beauftrwter BtWStr, Bafehlsstelle Befehlsst. Berlin 31n. B4hnmn und U&rem 3.u.M. Deutschas Jungvolk AT. Deutsche Jugendherborgen m-I. Feuezwehr Feuem. Flieger Fig. German Pj,rForce GAF. Geb3.et Geb. Geb. Beauftr. Gebietsbeauftragter GebietsfYIhrer Gebf, Gebietsinspekteur Geb.Insp. Gefolgschaft G8f. Gefolgschaftsmhrcr Geff. Hauptamtamt (in HJF administration) HA. Hauptabteilung (in Gebiet atiinistration) HA. Hauptbanntihrer H.&f. Hauptgefo~gschaftsftlhrer H.Geff. Hitlar Jugend W. Hitler Jung8 H.Jg. Ins@&eur Iasp. Abt sho6l.d b8

'

J& J&x&
JM: Ka;nf. mm. K. -F* XLV Ltr. i&U?. Mot. N&&f. NPJU NW. Nsv. O.Baf. O,Gebf. O,Geff. O.Kd. 0. Schaf.

K.-

Jugendgenosse Jungm&dchen KriegsKamsradschaftsrWzrer Kriegsbetreuungsdienst Kriegsf%hrer Kinderlandverschickg Leiter Marina Motor Nachrichtengefolgschaft Nationalpolitische Erzi8hungsansttit Nationalsozialistischa Peutsche &beit83?par'33i NattionalsoCalistische Volkswohlfahrt Oberbannf&rer Obergebictsflihr8r Obergefolgschaft sfitthrer Oberkameradschafts~rer
Obersc~hrer

Jua.50

o,st8f.

Obstlt. Ref. RJF. BJ mhmr. Rottenf. Sachref. schaf. SOF, SRD. Stabsltr. Stabsf. Staf. ste11v. SS-HSF ss-S'BF SS-USF Verb.Mhrer Vomil. WEL.

Oberstm3-&YiImr Oberstleutnant Rsferent Reichsjugendf'&ung Reichsju,gendf&rer Rotten*er Sachreferent SOharFnh8r Standort~mr Streifendienst Stabsleiter Stabsmtir Stemmrahrer Stellvertretender SS-Hauptstumf'%rer -SS-Stuzmbannf&rer SWJnters$wmfTIhmr Verbindungsf%hrer Voxmilitit!Irisch Ikhrert~chtigungslag8r

(Requirements
ii.

for HJ Proficiency

Tests)

!?he l?impfmpr.obe

Cub Entrance Exzwination

I. h.nning 60 m&r-es in 12 seconds 3 1d~1g jmp (mnning;) 0P 2.75 me-tires ;: Thro*tiag 3 b3ll 25 mtres A-. Memorising the HJ oath of aJlegi.ance 5. Ikmoris5ng the Nation& snd HJ ant;henzs (text

only;'.

B, The UJ Leistungsab@.chen Proficiency Eaclgc) LeibesEmngen

(Exziination

far the DJ

(Ehysical. Tmining)

I. Physiml reqtiiremelzts correspond to those of the i%npi'enpr*obe ) except that perforynance standards are slightly higher and sytinrnjng and tumbling EU-~added. i'Jehrerttichti.gung (Pre-military Treiningj

2, 411 day hike of 15 Kilcmetres without pack. ' 3. Participation in one field exercise (GeUndespiel). 4. Air-gun max-ksmanship at a distmce of 8 metres, with support, at a 12 ring target. A score of 20 in five shots cgmlifies, 5. When airgun facilities are not avail&le, ball throwing at a 60 x 6Ocm. target is substituted. Tti*ee hits in five tries qualif'ios. Pn exercise simile- to grenade thr&g is substituted when target practice is' impossible. Weltanschauliche 6. Describing PrU'ung (Ideological Test)

the career of the Ft!.!hrer (written).

C. The HJ Leitsungsabzeichr Prof'iciency Eadgej Leibestibungen

b Bron_z;_e (HJ Bronze Training)

(Physical

I. Running 100 metres in 15 seconds :: 4. 5, 6. 7.

Running 3,000 rnetres in 15 minutes Long jump (running) of 3.75 metres Tossing the Indim club 25 metres Putting the 54ilo~am shot 6 metres Ikki.~~g the body by the arms (%hi~-&n~~~j twice Svsiunning 200 metres in 7 minutes, or Sti&ng for IO minutes, continuously, or Cycling 10 Kilcmetres. Wehrertfichtigung (Pre-military Training)

8, Small-axms firing at a twelve ring target from the prone less thw five position, !+5th supper% SO shot w5th vzk.k to count, ani,a score of 30 must be reached. 9. &larching 15 Kilometres by road in not less theJ1 3 ox alore than 33 hours, tithout pack.

m II.

Map reading, 'W,CCQ,000,


syribols l

including a kncmrledge of maps with scale of and proficiency in conventional sias and

Range estimation of two distances between 9 and 250 metres: admissible margin of error of' 3@L of a message. 12. Accurate delivery 13; Camouflage, using any materials at handq4. Use of cover and concealment: approaching an enemy from 100 metres in favourtile terrain. Weltanschauliche PrWung (Ideological Test)

1-L 18. 19.


20.

Describe the most imporixnt events in the Nazi Kovement's strug&e for power. Name the Pa&y formations (Gliederungenb and some of the Associations (meschlossene Verbbde)and give their special functions. Tell vahat you lolo~ of the Nazi Party Programme. Describe the stntggles and the death of i-!orst i'iessel (the Party mart3rl-), Give the names cud meanings of' the German national holidays + Enumerate the campaigns of the present war in proper order. in Silber (HJ Silver Trtining)

C. The HJ Leistungsabzeichen Froficiencg Badge)

LeibesClbungen (Physical

1. Physical requirements correspond to those of the Bronze badge, except that performance standards are slightly higher. Wehrerttichtiggg (Pre-military Training)

2. Small a3xs firing at a twelve ring target from unsupportNo shot with value less than five to count ed position. and a score of 30 must be reached. 3* Indian club target throwing: three hits out of five throws at a circle 4 metres in diameter, 22 metres ~S-t~-t . 4, ldaxhing 20 Eihmetres by road in not less than 4 or more then 45 hours without pack. of two easily visible 5 Map reading: identification features on a map with sctie of l:lOO,OOO. accurate identification of objects 6. Ground observation: at a distance of JO0 metres. 50 and 500 7. Range estimation of three distances be-cPveen metres: admissible margin of error of 3&. information 8. Delivery of an oral message containing regarding -Exe, plaoe, and strength of forces. position in open terrain, 9. Camouflaging an individual IO. USC of cover and concealment: reaching an objective 200 metres distant while the approach is under enemy observation, Wel%nschauliche II. prtif'ung (Ideologicti Test)

Name.syld eq&xin "racid measure" of the State. Tell what you know of the importance and mission of 12. the German Feasatltry* 13, State the routine you must follow in your day&to-day life to preserve your health and strength.

events. 15. Whenever necessajry, we are ready to give our lives on the field .of' battle for our people ad Fatherlad. Why? 16. It is the iiuty of every German mzt2 ad w'oman to render war service to the Fatherlad. Whx? 17. The Law for Military Service states: ?L'he redering of. labox- service is a prerequisite for active military service. Why?

14. Give your views on scme recent important politicd

(NOTE: Subjects w'hich can easily be found by reference to the Table o? Contents have ~II most cases not been included in this Index.)
-/

Paxaaraph
22. W.

AA Auxiliaries Abteilungen Adolf Hitler Schulen AH Schulen Air Force Air Force High CO1ILrIland Allgemeine SS Anti Aircraft Defences Apprentices' Homes bY

6,2-l. j&21.

29, 31*
22.

23,26.

E;23,+26,27,

S&33,34.
22.

Assault Boat units


Auf'nzhmeappell Aul"nq.hmedienst Auslands- und Volkstumsamt Austria Auxiliary Waz Services Aviation (DJ) Aviation (I3J) Bad Steben Bands Bane
Bannticr

-l3. 41.

27, 13.

W&3%

Foreword

25. 3.
32.

Foreword,

8,9,11,

BUM Befehlssteffc B&men und M&en Befehlsstclfer Bcrgdienst EergfahrtenrCihrerabzeiehen Bergfahrtengruppen B&men IX&. M&,ren Eoy scouts Eraunschweig Bund Deutscher I&de1 I%ndische Jugcnd

19,23,31,32,36,39. 9. 3,5,W3,35,36. 38. 16. 33,


33, 38.

Poreword

7.

z&39. 3,5,6.
L4L

Camps (Pre-military Training) Castles of the Teutonic Order Catholic Movements Cavalry Centre for Germanic Youth>vork Charities Chief of Staff (Gebiet) Chief of Staff (RJFj

c3mps

Foreword Foreword 21.


3.

33.
39. 22.

DA??
DAV

Dep3rtme3ts(Xl?)
Alpenverein fYt%eitsfront Jugendbavegung Jtigendherbergen Jungvolk (Nazi Party)

Deutsche Deutsche Deutschc Deutsche Deutsches Dienstkarte District

15 33. 6,7,9. 33. 45*


1.

7.
3,5* 8.

UJ om
Eastern Territories Edelweissbanden Edelweisspiraten Educational Pa@ilets Emergency Squad EP Ersatz Einhcit Evacuation of Children Executive Office (Balm) Executive Section (i;ebietsI"Uhrung) Faith and Beauty Rum Service Feldscherabzeichen p __Fcldschere Peldscherschmen Feuenrehreinheiten Peuerwehrschar Files Filing Zard (HJ) Fire Fighting Fire Fighting Platoon First &.d 'l'raining SC~IOO~S First &id Units Flieger-DJ ITliege-HJ Fliegerstamm Forces Welfare Service Foreign Affairs and Gemanism Foreman (im Bergdienstj Foster Bann Franconia Gmrison (XJ) Garrison Commtider GCUL (Nazi Part;yj Gaujugendwalter Gauleiter Gebiet (HJj C-ebiet Sudetsnland Cebietbefehlsstelle Cebietsarzt Cebietsbeauftragt;ter Cebietsf%hrer G-ebietsf%hrerschulen Gebiets-g Gebictsinspekteur Gebietsmusikreferent

7* 57,5,929,%
.

5529.
ii. 13.

31.
4-1,

23.
22. se

&?,P. 5. 15, 309


30. 30.

31.
31. II. 8.

22,3-I. :"o:

30, 5,299 29,


IO. 22.

18.

15. 23,
2.

8. 7. ;'; BlJhmen und M&hren

8,Y. 15* d7.18,32,38a

7: ' 7. 7. 7. 7. 7,97* 6,7,9,45,17,38* 7. 7.

Gebirgs-HJ Gefolgschaft Germ&w Alpine Club Gem-m Lab our Front Germa??Young Folk German Youth Hostels Geman Youth Movement Germanic La~?d Service Youth Ger~~~lische Landdienstjugend Gestapo Girl Guides Glcm13e und SchlJnheit Glider 3adges Glider Pilot's Certificatt Government Sa-Jings Account Government-sioonsored Youtl~ Organisations GMIBER, Kurt HA Hauer Hau~tabteilungen(GebietsrClhnulg) Hauptabteilungen (RTE) Hauptamt (RJ??) Hauptt-irn-tliche F&hrer 1IauptstamfUhrer Hauptstellen Hoer Hiking Club, VOGTUND Hmm wluR Hitler junge HJ-Sprac~~ttle~~schein H$-SL~U Hoheitsabzeichen UORST\EIEsSEL Horst Wessel (Sailing Training Interpreter's Certificate

33.
10,11,12,~6.

Foreword 5.

33. 15. ;i,5* 7, 39. 39. 31."

29. 15. 3.
2.

2%

&7$9. 15. $,7,9*


.

::7,9. 34-e 9. 9* 15, ii. 3,w. 35.


Foreword

36.
28. 18.

IS. Ia/*

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JM Jugendkrest Jup;endbewqyng Jugendbund der X3X$ Jugendf'+&rerpatent Jugendgemeinschaften Jugendschutzlager der Sipo Jugmdstanrhlatt Jungbant&J) "Junges Europa" Jung&de1 Jungst&xnc (DJ) Jungsturm Adolf Ritler Junior Farmer's Certificate Junior Mountain Guide Badge

5,OJ. 4.2. 1,2,3w


2.

20. :;. 8. 9. 39. 5,6,-u. . 9,


2, I 5.

3.5.

Kameradschaft Kar~eikarte Kinderlandverschickung KLV bappe Eriegsbetrcuung~dienst Kriegseinsatz Kriegsfreiwillige Krlissinsee K-Schein K-t!bungsleiter Schein Landdienst Landdienstlehrhc~ Lmdjahr League of European Youth League of German C,irls League of Youth Left Oying Movements Lehrlingsheime I&I-T, Robert Liaison Officer Local Group3 Luftfahrerschein EuftgE3.l.l Luftwaff enhelf'er Marierrverder Maine W Marinenhel-fer MedicalL Service Badge Meissnerh Formula Meldeschein Merchant Marine M5litary District Miner (:iJj Mining Service Xittelstelle fitr Volksdeutsche Model Tr&ning &m-n Motor HJ Motor H3 Abzeichen I!dotorstmlnl Mountaineers (ELT) Mtinchen Jugendbund Mu3Cch Music md dirt Contest bilusic Schools Musikgefolgschaften + Musi.kAge Musischss Wettbewerb

10,1-i 124. 8. 22. 6,7,22.


22.

15. 6,22. 22. 22. 21. 24..


25.

15, lg. 15. 39. F0n3Tf0rd, J,T,6. I. :;4. 21: 23. 3. 29.
23. 22.

21. 22,28, 3':: 1. 13.


28.

Jugendax;beit

23+ 35. 15 39* 15.


27, 27. IO.

33.
2. 2.

14. 3-Z l&32.


$2.

14.

Nachrichten IU Nachrichten GefoZgschaft Nachrichten H.J Nnchrichtenschein A.,H & C Machrichtenstamm Fachwuchsof'f5zier

5.
12. 26.

26. 10.
23.

Napoh National l-!JIkmd .Nationjl, Inland W3.tWWay-s Unit IVationti Political Educational Establis~uuents

19, 32.
28

. 19, 6,18.
2%.

Nationd Schools Eationzl Seagoing Unit ~Jnticmsl Socialist Fly-ing Cows National Socialist Lea~c for Physicd Training National Socialist Motor Corps Natiorxd Socicalist Pa&y Women's Branch Natimd Socialist Welfwe Orgznisation National Socialist Worker's T&y Nation&l Yocatiomd Contest National Youth A.m.demy Nationd Youth Officers' School Nationalpolitische Erziehungsmstalt NationaILsoeid.istische l~beitez~jugend Nationalsozialistische Tleutsche

29, 14. z-7.


3. 5. I.

20. 20. 19. 2.

14.

Arbeit;erpa2tei
Nationcilso~i~is~~scher Beichsbund Leibesttbwlg Naval Auxiliaries Naval Xl Navy Nazi Secon&ry Schoolboys' League Nazi Workers' Youth f%r

14-c
22. 28. 2j,28.
P

2. 2.

'

Neubauernschein NURKUS, Herbert NPEA NsI)AP NSDAPKreis HQ NSF NSEX NSKK fExE3L BTSScaerbund
NSV H&mberg Party Rally

15. Poreword 19. 1,21,35,39 9* 5. 29, 427. 13. 3* 5* 3. 29. 29,


21.

Oberkommncio der Luftwaffe CKL Ordensburgen "Origind' KJ CMsgruppen

4.

Pamerschreckabteilungen Patenbann Personal Record Pimpf Pimpfenprobe Platoon (mj Plmen, Saxony I Pofasld Police Cecree for the IkrotectiOIl Of Geman Youth (Polizei r('erordnwlg Schutze der Deutschen Jugend) Police Force Popular Leawe for Gcrmzrsism Ako& Potsdm Preliminary Roll Cti1 P~elirn~~ary Technical Course s Pre-military Trainix.~ tiJJ Proficiency Examinations Pursuit Detachraents
ILL!!

22, 2j. 8. 33, 13. 10,ll. :;. mm 4.0.


31.

JY*
20.

13, 13. 7 ,Qd4. q4. 31. 15, 23. 3'oreword, 7 7, 7,9,17* 7. 7. 7 J-7. 15. 7.

Recruiting OfCicer RegiITWltS . Regioncal Director of Medicine Regional. Director of Music Regional HQ Regional Leader Regional PlenipotentiaQ~ for Evecuation of' Children Regional Officers' Schools Regional Youth Representative for the TX+ Regions (HJ) Registration Card Reich Labor Service Reich Naval Sport Schools Reich Youth Directorate Reich Yout11 Leader Reichsarbeitsdienst Reichsb~~rbilvzensc~fi~~~~ Reichsjugendakade~~e Reichsjueenddienstpfljcht Relchsjugenditibrer Rcichsjugend~~~crsc'nule Rei.chsj~~en&%kmmg Reichsmusikzug Rei.chsrefes*entir (B13M) Reichsschulen Reichsseesportschulen Reiter-HJ Replacement Depot . Repblimn Government Rhein Rheinlmd RJF
ROlllC~~~dOS

g3.
6,2j. 4,6* 28,2opl. 4,8* 4,6. 20. 6,23. j2.
0. 6,18.

26. 33* 23. 3,7.


2,

Ro"Ltcn
'RUhX

4-l 5,9,23,25,39. 31. Il. 2,410


l

SA Sk High Command Saining Trtiing skip SzLL~Jaee


sch&$ifj

2,3,4,4L

2.

2%.

SCHIWEH, BalLdur von Schnel3komxar2o Schools Schulungsbriefe Sch~albemlestc Security Detaciua:r~tSeesportabzeichen Sogeil"li~~ernbzeichcn scgclsc!lulschifi Service carra ($7) Sichemxn~sdii:nst-yel'ol~sch~~ d-jzrgds Certif-j<;a;e A,jj & 0 SigmiLs lx Signds HJ xxi? SOTflerla.ger Sonderekheiten Sonthofen Specialist Um.t,s (ZQecl& Service Spielscharen spotters sm SS (Schlitz StaffelJ S%aatsjugend StabsfEhrer RJ3') $tabsleiter t Gebiet) St(Sth3ej St-3J SlmcLort Standortap~eJl StandoZti~Cr Stciger (EJ) stem Yroopers STflE'ICM, Julius Streif'endiellst Stumboot JXnh~iten (GebietsiYlhrungj Sub-sections Sude-tenlmd Sw~m~rca1l-p Tank Delqinz Sections Territoriti Commmi HQs Total ~ollcall "Tri-iies" (33)

22, ~O,ll ,uc,25.


3. 314 7. 14. 32, IO. 26, 29. 2%. 5. lU* 26. 5+ 26, 8, 14.
5,24.,25* 21.

Gnits)

5,9,&c&26.
32.

22. m,p ,42 l?orewo~, 34.31) 40,419 3* 6. 7. 9,10,13 d2.39, 4,34* 8,lj. 13. s,g. 15. 2 ,j. 'j ii.
27.

7. 7* 149

Waffen-SS Wandersportverein VOGTIs;ND Wandexwogel. wqr hergency service War Training Certificate War Training Instructor's Certificate Wehrertichtigungsl~ger Wehrkreis Wehmacht KEL 7felfare Service (Forces) Westphalia %iener PraterschMrfe "Young h~ope" Young Girls Young Hikers Youth Communities Youth Hostels Youth Leader Comnission Youth League of the Nazi Pmty Youth ual.1.y "Youth Tribes" Zentralamt ZwangsasLstalten

2.

13,23,&,39*

-I* 22. 2t* 25. 7J4. Foreword, 7,?2, 23,34,W~4,24,25,39::: 41. 3% Foreword, I. ;*9 26: 2. ;: 6. 42.
23,2to

5,6,13.

ANNEXEB HT. l?i3RSONAI&T~S N%l!E: &r dl abbzWiations,


Se8 Ann8X8. De

Abelbeck (H.B~.> Adam, WilZi Althoff Fritz (saf 03 A1&3af.) Antoni

WF., flA.I& Ad Leibedbungen w=f) C&b. 22, Bqmeuth, SXD. (Geb,Tnsp.S1ZD. S: SS Verb,I%hrer) G8b.9, Westfalen-Nerd Geb.25, \Testmrk, (Ltr,) RJF. 1xA.V.

(O.Baf.)
Ape1 (ss 0. s&f.) Amdt, Ged bf, > Arnholdt oaf. > Amtz8n (OStaf.) Aust (W3af.) Axmann, Artur (Keichsjugendf%hmr) Bachmm Badenhausen hf. >
3ahrs l

G8b.17, WZL,rv (Le.) Geb.7, Nordsee (Abt.Ltr,) Geb.4.2, Westfalen-Stid, (IJtr.) Bann 57, Rees (KPBaf.) WF. (Flieger &dIl?8f,)

Sozialam'c

(O.Staf,) Bald, Hx.qp (H.Baf,) Baltmsch, Alfons (Baf.) B&W33 (Baf.) Btlnsch, Hans (O.Baf.) Bartel (Baf.) Sarth, J, (CM&f.) ua.rk sch (R*3af, > 3 suer (0,8af.) Bauer, ai-, (O.l3af,) Ba2e~iw.', 0 tto (B af, ) B&uerle (Iwe) BWSC!Uilidp Xishr:rd (KM,)

Bann 345, Amb8rg (K.-Baf.) Bann 85, kLasse1 oaf. 1 Gsb.26, Hamburg (G8b.Beauftr.lCZ'TT.) Geb.4.2, '/$estfalen-Stid

(ikGebf,)

Seb. 1, ;>ztprsussen Bann 180 Ludwipbuq (IkL j &b.&, Hiederschlesien (Stabsleiter) "am& tistock BanyBBi:j Xannheim

bb.23, m.ttelelb8 (Ii,-GM.) Y3an11 "J", Xtinberg (Baf,) GGbe20, WititCSif~~~ (Gebietsarzt) Bann 323,Kaisamlautem (EM* >

B&p3r (Baf. ) Bayer, Hslxut (KBaf.) Bayer, Karl Beck, Hans t-f* > Backer (H.Geff.) B8cker (star.) Becker, Hermann (o.staf*) Becker, Rolf (B&m > B8Ckmm, Icurt (Saf.) Beer
B88rtnann

Bmn 3C6 W8iden (Baf ( EUF~6~!-!$VI, Wi&xmhaftsmt hb.21; Badm (Baf.) Bs.y1&2~ Eggmf8ld8n Bann Wars&au ' (Baf-.) Bann 288 St.Gaa.rshmsen (Bd BanyBzTj Ludwigshafen Geb*U!, Mosalland, H.&IV

(L-k.)
Bann& Sisgburg Geb.22, Baymuth , (Stabsleiter) Bann Gasten, Geb.3 bf. > Befehlsstelle Belgien u-4 RJF., HUTI, An& R8chtsvemtitung (Chef) Geb,2, &bietsflihrerschx;llb Cottbus (L-b) RD.

Bennewitz, (Cabf.) Bmsch (Uhf.)

&rt

Berglar, Fritz (o.staf.)

Bernhard, 0-1 "?% B . B-N& Big&off,

Rolf Bann Pless, bf. > Geb.40

Bann 693, ~remembrde


Erich bf* 1 Ban13 761 Melmngen
(Baf. 5

BlasChk8 (H.Baf.) B18chschrnidt (C.Baf.) Blohm, Erich (H.Baf.) BlBthner (safm ) BtJcZPnann c-f* > Boeck, Heu;bert Bohl.&gtwj B!Ibrn (Staf.)
23Ohl8

W,

(odstaf.)

Bann 236, Iserlohn (Baf* 1 Baan 228, Gelssnkirohen-Bum (Baf.) Geb.1, Ostpreussen (Baf.) Geb,l3, WXL, II, Hundstadt/Taunus (Ltr.) Bann 41, Tilsit (Bar.) Bann 667, Qstmw0 (Baf. )

Bouvier,

Bohne, Gerhard (OStaf.) Bopp, Heinz (O.Baf-.) Borchert (H.Baf.) Bhger, Hichard (Baf.)
Half

Banig$j

Brth

F
Ban~B~~j

Organisationsamnt Yortmund

G-eb.13, Hessen-Nassau
(Geb.Insp.d.FliegeMiJ.) Ceb.l, Ostprxussen (Bar.) Mb&, Schwaben, HA& (IL-Ltr.) Geb.11, Kbln-Aacdn Bann Hotenburg, Geb,&l (K-gaf.) Bann 198, Bln.Charlottenbur~ Spandau (K.-Bar.) Gsb. 38, Wartheland

Brand, K.F,
Brandl, (OStaf.) Brawn, '47illi (Staf.) Brwmer

(HA&k.)

By;af *)
Br5.11

(H.GefI".) Brink b-f. >

Geb,6, &?bietsf&xerschule
aologna, Italy (sa?. > Geb.8, Niodersachsan (Baf.) Geb.9, Westfafen-NOti (Bar. ) Bann 305, Bambeq (Baf.) Geb.7, Nordsea (Bar.) Sann 745, Tann Sann 754 Stassfurt Bann 166 (Baf.) KU?., H.&I., Persona&& (Chef) Bann V&klabnxk, Geb,29 Geb.21, Baden

II,

Brink, He322nlt
Brockschmidt, Bticher, Heinz Karl

BJ4!lCkXMU? (Baf,) Btickner, Alfred


Brua; schf

Buchhim Bticking
(staff)

(CStaf,) (Bar.)

(K.-BLC)

(hf. I

Budaus, Kurt (CH.lf. :, Budin, Alois (Bar.) BmLl (Baf.) Burgdorff (hf.) Burkert, ;<elnhold Bura;yr
BUSCh

(Baf.)

Johann

Geb,21, VEL*III, Eerrenalb (Ltr,) Geb, 25, Mestmark (Bar,) Geb, 37, X)anzig-?~~estpreus~~~~
Cebe37, DFXlZi$J~W~St~iW.lSFA?Cl

Buths (KBaf,)

EMte + (Baf.)

(Geb.Architekt) Bann X59 MM.heim,/I&xhr (Baf', j

CabalI., Horst Cafilz (St&) Calwin (Baf.) Carsten, Dr,Ksinz Carstens (OSchaf.)
ChZilId.8r

Bann 421, Hamburg-Etts (Baf, and SCF.) Geb. 10, W-EL. III (Mr. > Bann 329, Bin.-Lichtenber
KBp?3tlMC

(HPhf.) LandesjugendfMxmr
~eb.6,
xtzehoe (SW* )

Schweden

(H,Geff.) Christiansen (Baf.) Coiling, Hans (O.Baf,) Cziharz (H.GefL) Dahle (Baf.) Daibarl Dannemann, D&Hans (Baf.) Danzinger Edwd (H.Baf. I Dapunt Dehoust (Baf.) Dickfeld, Adolf (K-f. ) DieteS. bf. > Distal, Gustav (Baf.) Dobat, U&w (H.Baf.) Dohler (0.Ba-f.) Dolina (Bar.) Donath (0 st8.f.) D&c&m, HaraLa (H.Baf.) Dr&xLer Drescher (3.Geff.) 'Dtibe, Rudolf (Bar.) D%?Pa (O.Baf.) Ebener (Star,) Ebnsr, Hemann (Bar.)

Bann &2, Stralsund c-f* > BW 819, BNtEhfitt8l Geb.6, Nodmark (K,-Stabsleiter Bann 101, Grossenhain (K,-Baf.)i Bann Vorchtorf, Geb.29 b-f. > Bann 867, Xainburg (K.-B&) Geb.8, Nisdersachsen Geb.30, Steiermark (GM',) Geb, 33, SchClnwies~.Landeck (SOF.) Bann 747 Altkirch/Badsn (B f I RJI?, iaiso Obstlt.in GU.) (Elaichsinspekteur d.FliegercK7.) Barn 3I& Straubing @af 3 Bann 11'9, Stuttg& (Baf. and SOF.) Geb.1, Ostpreussen (M-f.) Geb.26, Hamburg Geb.31, K$rnten (Kreisjugendm3lter) Bann 494, Augsburg-Land (IL-Baf.) C&b&27, Wien Geb,Befe~ss,B6hmerr~-n (im Stab) Barn &81, Pilsen Gab,?, Nordsee (Stabslaiter) Geb.38, Warthel.md (im Stab) Bann 237 XOers (BBf 5 Bmn &I, Iirainbw3 @Et-E, >

NAM3 (& BANK) Eckl

Eder Edlinger

Egged, Rudolf (Baf.) Eg ers 'f LGeff.) Bggers (staf.) Zhle rs Ehlers (Baf.) Eh3.crs (Staf.) Shrlichor (H.Baf,) Ehrlinger (H. Baf,) Eichelberger, Karl
(Baf,)

(Baf l)

Geb.19, Hoohlmd, (sm.) Bann 324,I"ttrth (R.43a.f.) %ann Xied/Innkreis, (Baf.) G&.31, R&rnten

S.O. J&xheh

Gab.29

Geb.26, aamburg BWM 262 Bottrop * (sarJ


(IL-Stabsleiter)

Landesjugendf'f.@er Spanien Eatm 235, Wesetinde (IL-aaf.) Emn 3@+ Cutiaven b-f. 3 Geb.l.9, Hochland, HA.IV (Ltr.) Bann 224, Marbuq . Geb. 4-1, Ost-Hannover (K.-Gebf.) Geb.27, Wien (Geb.l3eauftrXL'?.) 13ann 403 Tuttlingen (Baf sj Cab.39, Maitifranken

Eiffert, Helmut (H.Baf.) Einf&ldt @af.) Infers, Hemann (H.Eaf,) Eblwmger (Baf,) Emsters (Gebf.) Zndling? Hans (Baf.) Engel (Fxeff,) Engel, Hans (HJaf.) EngelsWtter, 3r. Englcr (Baf.) ~xnst (H. Bar.) Eachle, Karl (U,aaf,) Ettinger, Benno (&D&f.) Ftzel, Fritz Pahmair, t'/illi

Bznn 13.7, Main2 (Ed?.)


Eann 673, Gupen (K.-Uaf.)

Geb.22, &,yreuth (Gebietsarzt) Iku1n447;~ Memel Geb, 13, Hessen-Nassau (K.-C-ebf.) Geb.21.Badan. Geb,& Berlin C;eb,29, ObaA.onau (&if.)

(H&CL) Failenschiid~, iJtto (l?af. ) Fxitur, ,~erne r PaSOld (I-!, Baf , )

Bann 436, Ntirti.r,geri


& -%af, > G&,31, Wlikrn-ten (Xbt eI&l?* ) Ccb, 2y, UbcrdQnall (;i * -Gebf. )

NAMEi 6%R&UCi&US
Paichtinger,
Fei.&F

Dr.

_-

Faix (O*Baf.) Fe&i, Willi van (Baf, > Felden, Karl (O.Baf.) Fe'ldemann ('Baf. > Fellenberg t-f* > Ferndt (BEG) Fensks, Walter (Bar.) "~~.&+$~ Fink, Franz

Geb.32, Salzburg (Gebietsarzt) Geb.25, tPestmark, SRD. (Geb.Insp.SRD.) Bann In, Pirna t-f* > Geb. 3, Berlin hb.12, Moselland (Geb.Beeuftr. f. Jugendorganisation Gub. 7, Nor&we Bonn 583 SalzwLand t-f* I Bctnn Priedberg, Geb.36 t-f. > Banne 663, 664, Lit-nstadt @af. > Geb.2, Urk Brandenburg

Luxembd

(G8b. Inq8kkur)

F1eg.Baf.) Frank, Dr. Frank, Norbert (H&f.) Franke, Hans ' (H.Baf.) Frehse, Herbert (H.Baf.) Fr823>y)er
Fr8ier

w+ > Frei&ller, Freddy t-f.) Fre$yf .> 1 Freitag, Wilhelm t-f* > Yraser, Dr. (Staf.) -eY c-f* 1 Fricke, Heluiut (0,Staf.) Fricke, Hermann t-f. > Fricke, Dr,KW't (CLRafJ Friederich Friedrich b-f,) Frian, Hans (W3af.)

Geb.21, Badee (&biefsarzt) Geb.21,. Baden (GebJnspakteur) Ml% 3 Zentralamt (K.-Chsf) Reichsschule KLV., Steinau/Oder (Ltr.) Bann 668, lCa.ttowitz tBBf* > Geb.20, *ternberg (Stabsleiter) Geb.19, Xl)ln-Aachen Geb.9, MSL.IV, Mariawald (Ltr.) G-eb.19, Ho&land ' (IL-GebJnsp.) G8b.19, Ho&land (&bietsarzt) Bann log, Karlsruhe (F&hrer SRD.) ant3 52, c0tths (IL-Baf.) Geb.9, WestfalewNowtd RJF., HAJV, Soziales (Hauptabtt. Ltr.) Geb.39, tiainfrankan Geb.1, Ostpreussen (b Stab) Geb.26, Hamburg
Awt

.i

Pritscb

(Baf.) Fromrneyer, Paul

(Star.) Gadert, Rudolf Galse, Warner (KBaf.) Ganz (Baf.) Ganzel (hf.) Ganzsprengel (U3af?.) G3xaf3 (O.Baf.) Cattot{, VT.
(Staf,)

Geb.35, Sudetenkrd (is Stab) Mann 61, Bln,NxMLln-Trepto \ (B af .I Geb.&, Ktmhessen (Bnf .) Bann 169, Lahr Banr~ 97, Keubrandenbuxz (Baf. ) RJF, , Dienststelle KLV. MF., HA., Adolf-EitlcrScbulen

Gauhl, Dr. (O.Paf .) Gauerke (Baf.) Gause, WiIheh (H.&f.!, Geiling (M-eff.) Geis, WilX (SW, ) Gelkrsen, Ervvi.n Gerlach Gersche 1 (Stof*) Geuo (o&f.) C;iebel.e~, EWE&I (Baf., Giese (%ELfj Gil&&

Geb.12, Maselland, HA, III (Ltr.) Geb. 13, Her;sen-Nassau;

Geb,37, i;obf,Scshule ?$.arienw,rde.r


(iL.-Ltr.) Geb, 16, Sachser (Gebf, > Geb.22, H~yreuth (ReT.f,Komn\.ilnal~~beit: Bann 381, 3cer (Baf. ) Geb.7, Nord~ae (Baf.) Geb, &, Mi~RJ@lrd nde (SOP,> G&.37, Danzig-Westpreussen, [Lz;r.] Geb.y, Westfdcn-No& (Zlet~ebs.jug~ndwalter) Bank-i 59, Wilbel.imhaven ir. (I.3 f.j Geh.8, V&.11:, H&nelheide [Ltr. > Earl 22IYe zshrg (L-BaL) Ra1m J&S, c1mtits (&:f.) x.Jt 1'. Geit>. 37 ,cDanzig--w,:StUIF~l.,yi??l; WA,xl1 (Jugc ndcl;1ttsl.cit&-;
Emn 171, 3Fi ( f ')i Mani~hcirn

H&IV

Gigas (ss u. S-turmf.j


Erich

vcn i;lmlx?Yf f Eaf, j Gkeow, w. (Stdf. j Glashag3n G1e-q (3&f. j Ck-lllf2, Siegfried (Ii,Baf.) Gok.isseYt Gos?rm-l (lj.3af.j

IGeb.J+, Grcsc ISCT (L~F, j Rmn 107, Leipzig (Daf, )

Graber, Joachim (St&)

Bann 273, Hamm~e~Land (Baf.) Geb.8, Niedersachsen, I-QI.~I~. Geb.28, Niede&mau

Grahn (Baf. >

(Ltr.)

Gr8iling, Josef (H.Baf.) Greiser bf* > Gretner bf. > Griess, Ernst bf, 1 Gri88SXl~ (O.Baf.)

Geb.3,

Berlin,

HAJI

Bann 516 StJ%lten . oaf I G8bi&$j8saen-Nassau Amt f.w8ltansckauan?. , &III, Licha Schulung (Chef) WF,, HA.vI (Chef) Bann 520, Zwettl @4

(Ltr.)

Grixnm, Ludw-& (Wf,) Grippe1 c-f* > Grolle, Dr. @8f*) Grate
hYd38lnigg,

Geb.7.

Wordsee

Rudolf

bf* > Grttder, Ernst


(ostaf.)

(0aupmpagandaleiter) Gek, 7, Oldenbum (YO3?. ) Batm Lend, Geb.32 (Bar. > Gab.2. Mark Brandeabuq& I-I&III RTF,, Dienststelle XLV. (Ltr.) Bann 93, Dessau (Bar.) Geb&, Dusseldorf (Geb.InsF,d,DliegersINJ,) Geb.4, Niederschlesien (G8bistsarzt) Ban~B$fr Recklinghausm Bann 197, IVitt;enberge (K.-Baf.) Bann 651 Possn (B ar f 3 Geb.28, Niederdonau G8b.4, Niederschlosien (Ltr.) Geb,28, Xiedmdonau (Sonderbeauftragter) Geb.9, WestfalerMord Bann hxemburg, (Baf,) Geb, 36, HA.11
(L-h)

GrWtner (H.Baf.) Grups (B=f. 1 Guck, Armin Gummel, Dr. anther F-f, > C&ache (Weff.) Ha&U38 (Whf.) "yif., Hakzn (D.Baf.) Hahn, Victor (aa&) H&n81 (O.Baf.) HaLT, Fritz (Baf,) Halter (0.sta.f.)
Hamann

(K.-L-h.)

mIX1

Mb.12

Hamxr (Baf.)

(G&fl )

Geb.3, Berlin &bf.) Geb.27, Wien

IiaZTt3chCn,

WillA,

Ez3::an 23fj < Ihi 3lx.l rg-Stici


(13 a f L/ Mann

(Baf.) Nauff, Gecwg (cuw. j Haupt, Jemer (hf. j Rausen (St&) Rawladen (Baf.) Hebbner (Bef.) Hehm (H.Wf.) Hei.& (N. WY.) He idemann (&Baf.) Hsidemann (Bar.) Hsi.mnn (Bafe) Heimann, Wan2 (11.Geff. ) Eein (B&f. >
Heindl

1~29, k~t~.i.~~~8

Geb.4, Sickle r*schJeJs~.cn


Geb.9, Westfalar,-Nord

(EM.)

Eann 3C;7,Rayxm~th (33a.f. ) Bann 361, Kulmba& (Baf .i Crcb. 37, A* 1%-Schule 3 3e i2k3.'A
(wr.) c.kb. 6 I R-n rdlrn,cil-l~ (ixri Stab) 1iJ-F. ) mv. -ht Juge tx%ill'e

(Baauftr.f,KlJ;>

Ge4.23., Baden L

(Ltr, 3

Eann 67, rectum (KPIM.)


G&*&?, Ke sWalen-sad, HA, 1:LX

(Eaf.)

(Ltr.) Geb. 27, Wicn (Gcb.Tn~~~.d.Nachrichten-RJ,) Geb.22, Bayr8uth; 2kuem-2hsdienst (Geb,Beairft.) Bann 3&l., Deggendorf; Bann 863,
ZVtit3S~l*

Heise (SW.) Helke, lS.tz (U.Yaf,) Helllnayr (O.Staf,) Helvos (Baf.) Henkel (H.Gef'f,) Henkel, Friedrich (3af.) Ee t-h-3 1, @f-f. j EIenkel, Rudolf (Gebf.) Herbst, Tal"cer (St&) Herb, Carl Friedrich (Bar.) Heydorn (K.Geff.) Hey1 (O.Baf.) Hildisch, Erich @a-L) Hilz

(Bar.) Geb23, MiZ;tela3_be, HA.IZ (KcI&r. ) a-l?, (Beauftragter fed, J~endsc'hrifttu3n) BaflyBz;;j Lin*Stadt

Geb.35,

Su&3tenl~i-td (StabslsitE?r)

G&,7, No??&ee * EL4,xv m-, > Eeb. 6, ~$xb;lazk


(hb,NRzSikrf3fer8nt) Rauerntirrn u,Landdi.enst

m, T:

Geb,37, Danzig-Westpreusscri (Gebfe) Bantl Ill+, Xotlstarz


(Baf. and SO3',) Mann 76, Hamburg (Baf.) Bantl 282, HaxburpOst (Baf,) G0b.,20, hYtit0iIllX3~~,
(m.) Geb, 23, Mittelelh3

(Ltr, )

YA.

IX

(im Stab) Geb.27, Wien (WI. Inspbd.

m-tmPrz;T,)

Hinnerks @af* > Hinninghofen, (E.Baf.> 'sIinz

Geb.37, DamCg-Westpreussea
Heinz (Beauftr.f.KLV.) Geb.10, RuhpNiederrhein "ueb.24, Xecklenbuq (G~jugendgnrppenM3rer) AbteLlung Yfohnheime Geb. 3, Berlin (Baf.) Geb.4, NfederscWesisn (Gebf.) ^ Geb.16, lTEL.fIf, Straschitz (Ltr. > NPEA. Rottweil
(Lb.) Geb.22, Lmddianstb3b?hOf

Hi nz (Staf.) Hirsch, Gottlieb (H.Baf'.) Hirsch, Herbert (Gebf.) Mfer h'offlnann (ss Stubaf.) HQfm@iSter Hohlfeld (3af.) Hornschild (O.Staf.) Huber, Mthias (Stabsf.) Huber, (Isitar (Bar.) Kf.iboer, -9r. (Baf.) X'tiboer kiuj.sgeu, Horst (H.33af.j ?k.pe, Kurt (CLBaf.) IPfSand, Kuti (cwff.) bnsaln (I-f.Geff.) J -er "9 Baf.) J&n, Dr.Hemann Jakobs (Baf.) Jan33 Jnnus Je&atadt-3orc'mnert (H.Baf.) Jam J8ckef (H.Geff.) Jbrln (weff.)
Juppisch, Ge rliEtfi

Netmmk

(Ltr.) Bannic82 Prag C-f* I RJF. Gab. 31, Kbnten (Landesjugendwart) Geb.24, l$ecklenburg (Stabsleiter) Bann 157 Brieg (Baf'. r Geb.40, Oberschlesien (G&f.) Geb.27, i?ien Bmn 427 Lconbers (Baf, 3 Bar-m 572 Kufstein b-f, j Bann 55$, Graz-Land (Bd.) Landesgm~+en~r Japan Bann 16r, Hameln (B a* f I Geb.20, ;Mrtte;nberg (Geb.1nsp.d. Marine-Ig.) Geb,l+O, Kattowitz (SOFS) &bJl,K8ln-Aachen (I+Gebf.) Geb.22, Xarktredtitz (SUF.) Bann 470, Geld=n (SteIlv.Baf.) Bann 581 'Mckel b-f 5 Geb.ll;K6ln-Aachen (StelWGebiotsnrzt)

(O.Baf.)

NAJzi3 (a RANK) Jung, Carl (H.Baf.)


Jung, Dr,Gtinther Jungschaffer, (Baf.) ' Kadom, Wills (O.Baf.) ' Kaiser (LGeff.) Karbach, ,9olf (G&f.) Kaat (Baf.) Rastner Kautiann Gtinter (Gebf.j Keller, Wfhelm (Q.Baf.) Kemper, Friedhelm (O.Gebf.) Kern (O.Baf.) Kessinger (O.Baf.) Kessler
(O.Baf.)

PrC

Geb.7, Nordsee (Gaubeauftr.f.d, K,-Berufsrsettkamf) Bann &i7, Ha&xx-g-llarburg (Baf. ) Geb. 35, K&n-ken Geb,Z!+, Mecklenburg, Landesjug6 il da&. (Ltr;) Ban13 3X5, Landau bf* 1 G&.12, Moselland (Gebf. ) Bann 40, Donaueschingm (BE& / Nl?E.k, Meissen Rx?:, ' ' iltf;lchsJugendp r es sedlenst * (Mr. ) Geb,25, Westmark (K.-Gebf.) Geb,21, Baden . (Gebf.) XF., Erhc,lungswerk (ljtr. j RJF. (Komunalreferentj Geb, 36, Schwaben (Bf3auftr.f. L3gerj
Befeillsstelle
(Stabsle 35. i-terj

Kessler, Paul (H.Baf.) Kiel, Hubert (H.Geff) Kielmann (Baf.) Kirchhoff Paul (H.Baf.j Kirschner, Staf. (std.) Klahr, Herbert (H.Baf.) Klaus (03af.) Klausmeyer (O,&ff.)
K3.88

Babcn

und IdKhrer-J

-Landesjuge&%hrer

%ankreich

~eb.6, Nordmark, HA.III


(Geb. BeauftrXW.) Geb.18, Fran1cen

GeII.31r KRrnten, 59X, Nbtsch


(Ltr,) Geb.36, Schwaben, Iw.I (Ltr,) BanyBEj Dorhund G&,&l, Ost-Hanno-ver

(O.Baf.) Kleeberg, Hans (H.Baf.) Jm3ilW rt (Bar,) KJey, Werner (Gebf.) Klemer, Dr. Klintor, Karl-Heinz (E.Baf.) Kloue, Dr.

EJF., E&I, AI& HJ.-Gerichtsbark& (K.-Chef) Geb.31, WZL.d,Gcmanischen Jugend (Ltr,) Ff!JJ!'* s Inspektionsdienstatell~ RJF,, im AlnIt me-- Gerichtsbakkt C&b,&, Mecklenburg, (Geb.Sportlehrer) HA.11

Klosek (O.Baf.) Kndl (Baf.)

&b.

34, Geilenkirchen (Mr.)

Knoop, Fritz (G&f*) Koch, 3rKl3t (SW.) Koch, Fritz (ILG6ff.) Kock (Staf.) mester (O.Baf.) m23, SePP

KKaf.) Kohle (H.Wf.) Kohfer, Robftti (133.-mhrer) KBhler (Baf'.) Kahn (Baf.)
KOlb

Geb. 39, Mainfranken (Stabsleiter ) Befehlsstelle Bbhrnen und Id&hmn (Chef) Geb-2, XarIk Brandenburg (Gebf.) BJF. (Beichsjugendfachwart f. Bergsteigen) Bann 5, Gross-Danzig (Stellv,Baf.) Bann 85, Ileide (Baf.) Geb,v+, Uecklenburg (Beauftr,f.Schulan und Hochschu3.m) Dam 726, KehIL (K,-Baf.) Geb.16, Sachsen, EW.IV (Ltr.) Geb.27, 'ivies, m.11, SportabteilUngiLtr.) m-F Bann 211 Glauchti B (4 Mann 64j Uanxig-Land(B f 3 &b,2$3aym&h Gerbe27, Wien, HA.II (Ltr.) Bann 862 Kmnach oaf I Geb&,*Kmpten (SOF,)

(Baf.) Kols (H.Gaff.) mnig (0,Schaf.) Ko-up, Hezmann IBaf.) R1J333er,Hors-k (0. Baf. j jcorn (o.staf,) K&tgen, Werner (O.Baf.) Kmatsch, 'Jalte r (Bar.) KYacke*SeZIl-er (K-f.) Krause (R.Baf.) Krause, Uilli (EM.) ~rt&wer, Alfred (H.Baf.) Kmnzer (O,saf*> Kress, fans (Bd

Bann 94, Got


(Baf.)

Bann 491 VJiiet?-8ttakri1Ig


0-f 3 Geb.20;EVtlrttenberg or 36, Sckmaban Geb.39, Steiarmark (Tnsp,a.Xoto~H3.) Gab, 25, Niederdmau (Gebf.) RJF., I&V, &xumt (Chef) Bann 588 Geb.29, 0berilmt-u (Bar f i Sch~dm (Insp.d.IVt:L.) Barm Xiltenberg, (Baf.)

~~36,

Geb.39

NA@i3 (& &RANK) KretZ (Baf* 1


Baan 406 Bruchsal (Baf.j G-eb.13, Hessen-Nassau (Stabsleiterj Geb.3, Berlin (Geb.Bcauftr.f. Umsiadlung in Ostpreussen) Geb, y, Testfalen-Xord (Gebf,) WF ., ~~.AdOlf~Hitle~Sc~~len Geb. 3, h3cklinghausan Bann 277, Danzig; Qann 64.3, Kcmit~ Bann 370, Teqlin (Bt3-f.) Bann 32, Hamburg-Altona
(=. > (SOP. j

Kreutz, Heinz (O.Baf.) Krimmer (Baf* 1 Kr&her, <ialter (G&f.) Kmnberger, Va2k (O.Baf,) Kronenberg KrtiQer, Herbeti (H.Wf.) KU&, Karl (H. Geff.) Kuhhnann (O.Baf.) Ktin (Baf.) Kuhnt, Werner (O.Gebf.) Ktiller, Rudolf (O.Geff.) Kunth (O.Geff.) Kurzhach, Joachixn (KYBaf.) Kuschel (Baf.)
KUSSJT

(Bnf.) Geb,25, \'lestmark


(Geb, Reauftr. 1cLTr.j Geb,38, -#[arthe land (G&f. > Bann 20, JfAtei>og (K.-Baf,) Geb,U+, W&II, Eomberg (Ltr.) Bann 201, Bln,Moabit-Schtfneberg (Z3f. j Befehlss. R&men und M$hren, -W.lT GeS.36 Schwaben. FU.TII in G&J, 20) . (may t?s

(Baf.) Kuttgen (O.Faf,) Lahr (H&f.) Lang (Staf.) Lange, I)r.Hei.nz (B&f. ) Langhein, Hans-Hemann (Baf.) Langkitsch bf. > Lapper, Dr.Kaz-9 (O.Baf*) Laroher (Baf.) Lassen, Heinz (0.13a.f.) Lauterbacher, Hans (H&f.) Lefefre, Hans (O.Baf.) Leggewie (O.Baf.) Lehmann
(Baf l j

c&B. 16. (Stabsltr.) Bann 422, Hanburg-'iergedorf (aaf.) Geb.10, Ruhx+Jicderrhein WI&,
Bann

Hambuq

1X2? Metz-Stadt (Eaf.) Gebi31, K8rnten (Reichsredner) Bann 570, Landeck (13a.f.) Geb.37, ~~anzl~a~~estpreus~en (Stabsltr.) Geb.27, Wien (K.-Gebf.) Geb,Q, Osthannover

Bann

1.73, Xssen

(Baf.) Geb,&, Mecklenburg

Nti3 (c% RANQ


Leiiing, Gert BMR 648 mom (Baf. j Bam 391, Hemeskeil (K.-Bar.) Geb.30, Staiemark (Gi3b.Beauftr.K.W.) me Reichsinspekteur Geb.,", Coburg (SOF \I Gel?. 22, ku3LK-g

Leinen (C.Geff.) Leinenvreber (c.saf.> Leimer; Mmut (Cd%) Leistner, Hans Walter (Bar.3 Lemer (U.Baf.) Len2 (0.2af.) Leitt-Jer (ss ustuf) Leonhardt (Baf.) LeW3 (hf.) Liebenow, Dr. (LEaf.) 3Xzz.t (Baf l > Lohel (Gebf.) Loidl (Baf. > Loos,Fritz (O.Baf.) Lllsser (Q.Gaf.) LOwenthal, Hemann (Bar.) Mbbe, Cr, Lflbke (o.saf.) LlAC!hC, (O.Baf.) Ludwig, ilerinz
Leitner

d. IEtarine-HJ.

bann 1.10, Peids'lberg @&) Geb.38, Yartheland, EEL I (Ltr.) Bann 759, SchBnberg (3af.) Geb.23, Kttelelbe (Geb.Baauftr.KLV~) W-F, , IUrIV, Amt.f,Geswdheit (Unef) Bann x0, ChaIR k-f* i Geb.7, Nordsee (hbf.) Bat-m 308, athenburg (2af. ) Geb.18, Franken, H.&IV. (Sachbearbeiter) Bann 213, Boma (Baf* 1 YaniBiFj &wensburg Jugendleiter WI?. (Stellv.Amtschef) Bann 2, stettin (Baf. j BanyB$~j Haldensleben Befehlsstelle (5hef') Ostland

C3J.

L&r (0.Gebf.j Magnus (O,Staf.) MaWmann (Baf.) Marin (Staf.) Maier (aaf,) Maier (Staf.) Maihtifer, Half Mafev<ski, Helmut (Saf.)

2ann 648, Thorn (Baf.) Geb,d, Niedersachsen (S~~ellv.Gauspotisf%hrer) Geb. 5, vim IT (Ltr.) Geb.39, Mainf'ranken (lieiterreferent) San 744,Gehe iler (Baf. j Bann Siepringen, Ckb.20 (K.-Bar.) WF. (lieichsinspekteur f.%asik&e)

MalOl3lY (o.staf.) Mante


(Geff,)
Mkt8DS

Barm 19, @Mitz @BQ* > Bann 24, I%%rnlppin


(Baf.) Bmn 209, Schl)neb8ck (IL-Baf.) BamB~~j DBbeln G8b.15,Xittella.nd Geb.37, Daneig4Yestpruss8~ wF&r.) Gymastik;sc~e

(Staf.) Martin (awf.) Matter (Baf.) Mafo.aaf.) Medau, Hinrich

(HALtr.)

(Baf l) Me ier
Meier (StaC) IiCf'~f:~

(B&f'.)

Bann 26, Nagdsburg


(hf. > Bann 5$, Steyr hf. 1 Ckb.6, Nordmark (Gebf.) Geb.22, Bayreuth, HA..IV (Ltr.) hb.9, '#estfalen-Nod (Stellv.G8bf.) Barn &,Prsnzlau (Baf* 1 &ctJF., &nI, PXTZSSSU. Prupagandslrtmt. (chef) Geb.tl, Wesem&x38 (SOF.) BEWVI 336 Bad Reichenhall b.4 RJF.

Hubert

Meilinger (H.Geff.) hfeiss (C.&if.) Melchior, fIannes


(G.Eaf.)

Melitz (Geff.) ldeminger, (KBaf.,


v,Menor

Gustav

(Staf.) Msrk, Karl (Baf.) Meyer, Hefrsut (Bar.) Mayer, Walter (Whf.) Michalk (H.Baf.)
Michel

Geb.34, Dtlsseldorf' (IL-Gebf.) G8b, 13, HeSsen-XasSau, & n Geb. 31, K#rnten, (Lb),
(Lb.)

(0.Ba-f.) Mochar Idfckel, Helmt (stabsmhrer RJF) Moka, Dr,Hans-Ceorg ('%bf.) &@3118r,Erwin Xt%ch (Baf .)

HA31

(Baf.)

msig, otto
(H&ff.) ahlbauer (O.Baf.) 34&1182' (Bar.)

(Ltr.) Bann 187, Ulbeck (k-hf.) Bann Waldmanchen-C%erviechtach, Geb.22. c-f* > Bann 221, hfuhlhausen (IL-Baf.) Bann 120 Ulm (saf r Bm 274 Elbing 03a* f I

WE., Amt tiiegsbetreuungsdienst

B15

Hill0~~ bf* > &itiller


(Baf.) MQl8r @af. 1 MUl8r (o.staf.) bmler * (O.Geff.) Mller, A. (B&f,) hfiiller, Albert (O.Baf.) Miller, Ferdl (HoBaf.) Mller, Heinz (Baf* > Mfler, Johwmes (H.Baf.) &rswiek (Baf.) Nadler

Eknn 311 Regensbuq b-f 3 Bann $j W9.kemarkt B bd Bann 375 Waliienburg ('Ba. f I Geb.15, Btfite&nd, WE% a, Geb.27, Wian (Kreisjugendwalter) Geb.38, Wartheland XJl?.,-Amt fir Sozialpolitik

%uden

(Ltr.)

Gebo22, l3ayreuth Eeb.19, Ho&land, G8b.15, Mittelland Bann 2, Gross-St&tin (Baf. and SO%) Geb.27, Wien, T&III Bann 807 Ohlau (%af 3 Bann 3~,wure~Lmd Jugendamt ljUblin (Ltr.) RJl?,,, Abt. '%.gend" beim Reich+ kampo;issar. Ostland (Ltr.) Bann 128 Danzig 03 f I
(Ho-B&)

(Lb.)

HA.IU:

Nairz,

(Staf.) N 81 "$Baf.)

(Ltr.)

Vilfi

Nest8, fbdnr&ut (Baf.) N8lAIWUln (CL%&) N8UYlS.DII (B&f'.) ""~~j Neqrnann Karl tBaf.5 Neon, Dr,Heinrich (Qbf.) Neun, Audi (O.Baf.) Neut&z,Adolf (0,Baf.) Nickel (H.Baf.: Niadermayar Niede~Schabbehard Mrmerfmh (ooschaf.) NC)118 (Bafo) M&mbsrg, HeZma;lP .

Bann 55;,

Marienburg

(Baf.) H4Jv Geb.20, iVt!rttemberg (KA.LtrJ G8b.32, Salzburg

Befetistell8 OSt8# (ch4 Geb, 22, Simbacb/Inn (a?. > Bmm Loben, Geb.40 (Baf.) E%8fe3hLSstall8 Generalgouvernment

(K.-Gebf.)

&

Geb.3, Berlin (Geb,Insp.&Fliege*~.) RXI?.

NAM3(& $3ANK)
Obermaier 'Baf.)
Oe3sterl.e, Hans

A.PPorn~~rnr_
Bann 309 iYlirzbu~-St3nt (Baf.3 Geb, 33, TimI--Vomrlbeq (~b.Iasp.d,Mot,-HJ.) Bane 568 Wolfsberg (B&j Geb.6, Nordma~k, GebietsfCihreschule I,

(O.Baf.) ogris I (Bar.) ObIn Ost, Leopold (IS&) Otto, &odor (Baf .) Otto, Rudolf' (Baf.) Overbeck (KBaf.) Pannenbo~ (O.Baf.) Panzer, Roland (H.Baf'.) Pascbke (saf.) Pastor, Hanz (KBaf.) Paul, Franz
(O.Baf.)

(Ltr.)
RJF.

Geb. 38, ikrtheland (Abt@Ltr.) Geb.3, Wartheland Geb,22, Bayreuth (L-bbf.) Ban

382, OldenburpLand (Baf. >

Bann 669, &migsMltte (Baf, 1 RJR * Gab, 26, Hamburg (K.-Gebf.) Geb.28, Niederdonau (Stabsleiter) Bann 283, Hamburg-Sad (Bar.) Geb.32, Salzburg HJ in'Nordholl.and (Bannleiter) Geb.10, Ruhr+-Neid8rrhei.n (K.-Gebfw) sJF* 9 Kommandaur der Adolfmt1er4MIulen Geb.20,WMtemberg (Abt,Ltr..) Geb.$, ScImaben (Geb.Insp.d.Jugendlager) Bmn 452 Blmkenburg/Earz (B&d Bann 689, schlock (K.-Baf.) Geb.3, Berlin (Abt,Rechtsfrageb) Bann 35, Brandenburg Bann Villach, Geb, 31 (Baf.) A,H,Schule Iglau, Befst.B.u&

van Paulberg Peite (St&f.) Peklo, Georg (Baf.) Peters, Uiilly (O.Geff) Petri, H8maan (H,Baf,) Petter, Dr. (O&bf.) Pf'uderer, &zgen 0% ) Piebler (staf.) Planka (O.Saf.) Plath (Geff.) Pl#li!Cs (staf.) Pohle, Iieinz (ceff.) Pontasch (H.Geff.) Popp, Ernst (u.saf.)

(Baf.)

(Ltr,)

NAXEi(~5 &U%.. Porsch, Werner (H.Baf.) &3$38l?, &lt8~ (Gebf.) Prantz 8 (Staf.) Pmbst (Bar.) m81Sh8i3.D bf* > I?kthe (saf. >

Geb.35, Sudetenland (Gebf.)


Bmn 03 w7 f I ;rVien-'k7est

-. pr$zi:.,

G8b.&'W8n (Stabsleiter) Geb.4, Bred-au (sm.) bum 561, Klagentir*t;


b-f. 1 13-n 236, DuisbuxpNorcd

(Baf.) Bann 739, M01sha~ (Baf.) Geb.4, Niedersch~esien, (Ltr.) Geb.3, Serlin (Stabsleiter) Gsb.10, EM~~i8de~hein (Gebietsarzt) . Geb.18, Franken (Gebf.) Gab.31, -titan (&b,Beauftr.~v.) Geb,31, K!!rnten (Stabsleiter) ~8b.15, tiittallmd (Gabf.) Gab.31, K&rnten (Gwbf.) Geb.38, Varthaland (Stabsleiter)

Rad.81, Karl. (Baf.) Radimerski, Hans (Bar.) Radke (Baf.) Raetz, Hsinz (H&if.) Rakebrand, Dr. ~aschke, Dr.Alfrad (G8bf.j Ras8tschni.g (Baf'd Rauter,,min (Baf.) R8ckew8rth Richard (0.Gebf.j R8 8r r lLS&f,) Reichert (6.&f.) Reichert, Oswald (C.Baf.) Reinhardt (O.Geff.) Reinz (Baf.) Rickmann (Baf.) Riess, Werner (H.Gsff,) Rietz, y?eXYl837 (Bar,) ,Rodatz, ,Tohan#SS Roeder (Bar,) Rossdeutscher (Q.Staf*) ?taf.) ,

&I.

mb.35, K&L. Heinrichsgdn


(Lb.) Geb.24, ticklenBann 532 Linz-~~viert8l (3 a. f 3 RJF* J Beauftr.des Reichsbauemfl.hrers lilJF* 3 Arbeitsausschss 'fiei&ibesc?mff'un& Bann 7U6 Kirchheirebo~md8n. (Ba 4l Bann 294 Creifswald (B@ 5 BHW 62; Komotau
(3 tie f I

(Baf.)

saftig
(3af.j Salbrechter (Geff.) Sausrlmd (W3af.) Schachtebeck 1 bf sddffiir

Geb.12, tioselland (Stabsleiter) Bmy!E&J;j Wien Bann 13, MIinster (Baf.) Geb.7, Kordsee Bayreuth (Geb.Beauftr.KLV.) Flkrtischs HJ, (m-r) C%b,L+2, "rirestfaM+Hd
Geb.22,

(Bar.) Scharf (O.Staf.) Scheld (Baf.) Schimmelpf8nnig (H.Baf.) Schlllsser, Dr.Rainer (Mkbf.) Schltind8r, I)r. (O.Gebf.) Schmidt (H.13af.) Schmidt (H.&f.) Schmidt (C.Eaf.) Schmidt (safe > Schmidt (O.Staf.) Schmidt, Dr.Nalter (H.Baf.)
Schmidt-Voigt, Schclz (St&) l)r,Joergen

Befehlsstelle kneralgouvemement &-Ch8f) RJR, &III (Chef) Km, M&Ix (f-f) Geb. a, Kurhessen (Gebf.) Gebe18, Prankan Bann.393, Hofgeismau, (K.-B&) Barn K&xQ.gr&tz, Befehlsst.B.u.& (B3f. > Barn 200 Bln,Steglitz4.8mpelbof RJF.,aA~slands-und VoIkstumsamt (K.-Chef) Geb. 13, H8ssewNassau (Gebietsarzt) Geb&O;tpreussen, H-ALU
(3 f I

Schott M-mm-n, Franz (O.Baf.)


SChraprmel

~eb.26, HEW&IU~~ (K.-hf.) Geb, 37, i3anzig-Yestpreussen


Bann Kauf%euren, Geb.36 bf. > Geb.23, &$ittelelb8 Bann Lienz, Geb.31 0-f. > Ml?., I&IV, Soziales Amt (Chef) I ~LkJ$w8siarnm, Wien Geb.17, +ngen Geb.2, Kark Brandenburg (Stellv.Gebf.) Weissmthenische Jugend cm=4 Bum 723, i&thenm (K*-Baf.) RJF, (Beauf%r, in zlokio)
(Gsbf.)

(Baf.) Schreiber (Mhf.: Schreier (safe > Schroeder, Otto (Gebf.) Schubert, Otto (ss II.stunnf.)
SChUlt8, Theo

(Uebf,) schilz (0J3af.) s chulz (asaf.)


Schulz,
(ostaf.)

EL

Schulze, Reinhold (O&M.)

Schumann, (LGeff.) Schumann (G8ff.3 Sch&nann, (H&f%) Schumer (BEif, > ScMppel, Sctiantz,
(O.Staf,)
sctiartz,

Dr. Heinrich Werner

Geb.6, NEL. IV, Leek-Scbq6rhohn (Ltr,) Geb, 26, Uusikschula, Zaqburg Bann 89, Schwerin-Stadt (safe > Barm 553, Leibnitz,/Steiemark
&lgend38iter

Dr.
&win
Dr.

@af, 1

Geb,p,

in Lissabon (Lisbon! GebeitsfYihrerschule %4.3[N

Eichenhain

(B&f.) SChwarZ

(O.Baf,) Schw8dler (Bar.) Schweitzer Sebanz (Eaf.) Sy$yy Seifert Gerhard a. (B f 5 Sickermann (R*Geff.) Sierk, Hans (Imaf.) Siegel (K.Baf*)
Si8WelFtZ

(Ltr.) Geb. 10, Ruh?MJiederrhein, (Ltr.) Geb, 5, Pumera, HA.11 (Ltr.) aan;B@j Jaxmm Bat-m Eutin, Geb.6 (ii.-Baf.) Bann 502, Wian-Ost (In~p.d.Marine-ET.) Bann 75, Bremen (Baf,) Bann 11, Breslau-Stadt (ReiterfWrcr) Geb.10, -Niederrhein (Geb.Beauf'tr&LV.) Geb.8, Niedersachsen (K.-Gebf.) Csb,l"r, '#EZ. II, Ohrdmf (Ltr.) Bann 753, Gardelegen (Ltr.) Geb.25, Vestmark, EAAV (Ltr.)
Geb.30, Stei8mark: (%d3S18it4

(maf.) SiJlMXl (Baf 7 Skerb&h (H.Baf,) Sphl (baf.) Stahl (K, -Bar, ) Stange,- Alfred
(ILGeff.)

Geb,33, Tirol-Voradberg,

%!i.. 11

Stasch (Bar.) Steffen

steger (Baf.) Steglich


(C,Saf.)

(Ltr.) Geb.13, Sommrlager Geilnau (Ltr.) Bann 752, Xanzleben (K,-Baf.) Bann 37, Nupp8rtal (Baf.) Geb.26, Hamburg (Em.) Geb.5, Eomxxern (Stabsleiter) ' Geb.37, Danzip%%@m3ussen 'Bann 100, Dresden (Baf.) Ban~B~~j Traunstein
Bairn

Stein b-f4 Steirmetz

655 Lima

(St&l

(Ba&j

stme~r

Kurt

Geb.38, krthelaud Geb.36, Scknffaben (IL-Gebf,) Ckb.19, Hochland (hbf.) Geb.32, Salzbu (Stabsleiter 7 Bann Ijrmburg, GebeS (IL-Baf.) Bann 419, Neurdnster and Bann 822, Segeberg (L-Baf.) Geb. 32, salzburg Bum 1, Kbnigsberg (B&e > Geb.19, Hochland, SHD. (IL-Geb.Xnsp.SRD. Geb20, Wttrttemberg

SttrgF;yfrer Stbckl, Wmm (G8bf.j StBger, Hans (CLBaf.) Starch Storm, Erich. (H.Ceff.)
St&m?

(Baf.) strah1 bf+ > Straub, Klaus (Baf.) Streng (Baf.) strobe31 (Baf.) Stroh bf.) sttramps (Baf.) Strunck (O.Baf.) Stfibing, Dr. Stunk8 (W3af.) Sundermann, Erich (Mbf.) 3uake, Richwd (Bar.) S&s, Christian (asaf.) Synianski (Uhf.)
Teete,

Bann 91, Wk&urg (B&Q > Bi=yB;;;j R+kmdk Bann 9, Stargard hf. > Gsb22, Bayreuth (Gebietsrefermt) Reichsj endakademie Braunschwoig r, @t Y Geb.20, Wr&temberg (G&f.) BanyB~~j Beichenberg Geb.36, Sctiaban
(Stabd8it8r)

Geb.8, KIV. in Ham


(Ltr.) Rim.

3rohamwa (H.Baf.) Teichmann, Gerhard (H.Baf.) Thams (ati. >

RF.
(Beauftr. in D&mark) Geb.26, Harnbuq, H&IV (Mr.) (iwQ.2, WestfaILen-s&3, HA.1. (Ltr.) Bann 5, Gross-Danzig (Baf.) RJF., Dienststelle underlandv&schickung (BeaWtr. in Ungarn) Baan 864, Vilshofen; Bann 316, Passau. (Baf. >

Thielen

(O.Baf.) Thiessen (maf.) Tholna (H.~af.) Thomas) Erha;tz. bf*) Thumm, Fritz

Thwer Tichy (O.Baf.) Tiedaxmann (H.C&ff.j IZrich Trefelt

(H.Wf.)

Bann 512 Bmckl%eitha f (BBf Gib.2j,*iiitt~l*lb* Bann.238, Kleve (K.-Baf.) Bann 256 Nort;he5zl (3 a. f 5 Gebe37, DanzwWestpreussen Geb.I.9, Hochland (in Stab) Geb.20, Wtittemberg (Abt.Ltr.) Gebr&, Mecklenburg (Gebf.) Bann 765, Rernkastel (K.-Baf.) Geb. 35, \YEL. Wildflecken (Ltr.) Geb.10, RutiNiederrhein HJ. in Barcelona/Span. (sm* 1 Befehlsstelle Niederlande (Stabsleiter) Geb.24, Mecklenbuq Bann 312, Memmingen (Baf. and SOF.) GebJl, Kbln Aachen BW

((LB&) Tritschler (Baf .)

Tuchscherer (Baf.)

U'lrich (O.Baf.) Unger, Georg


(Baf.)

Unger, Halter (KBaf.) Urban, Walter

Vt&.er,

Dr,%gen (H.Baf.)

VOllm~tZX?

(H&ff.) voss (O.Baf,) Voss, Dr. (Bar.) Waiblinger (O.Staf.) Wallrabe (O.Baf.) wTzi tvaming, Dr.Herbert (O.Baf*) Weber, Albert (O.Baf. > Weber, Martin (CGtaf.) Weber, Otto (H.Baf.) Weber, Rolf (Bar,)
Wegner, Gerd

90, Restock-Stadt

Geb.7, Nordsea Bann 74.6, btuUm,xsen (Baf.) Bam 855, I%rstenfeldbruck

E&.33, Timl-Vomr~be~
(G&f.)

(H.Baf,) %hnert (O.Baf.) Weidmann (3af.) Weinzierl (3af. >

Geb.28, Nisdercionau, (Ltr.) Geb.5, Ponullarn (GM.)

HAJV

G&,5, Rmne~ (Gayj~en~alter) GtC1.27,Witrn

i3ann 533, Amstetten (Beauftr.f.vomilit~sche. Ausbildung.)

NM Weldegg (Baf.) Weller'


wnr

(& lxinx)

AWCWi~dT

Bann 545, Graz-Stadt (IL-Baf.) Gebb5, Pmmern, WEL,I


Gerhard

Wendt (OStaf,) Wentzlau (II,-Baf.) Werle, Ceorg hf.) %%sselmann, IMx3-t @B&f.) Wey, Klaus Wicks (Baf.)
k~iegmann, (asaf.)
Vflhebn (staf.)

August

Erster Adjutant des Reichsjugen-' ffuuw-3 G&,37, W&. Bodetinkel (Mr.! Bann Bernburg, kb.23 (Kdaf.) Bann 25, Aachen-Stadt (Baf*) Bana 1% Bielsfeld (B f I Geb.P~,"We&nark, Gebietsftlhrer schuls (Lfr.) Geb3, BerUn Bann 60, Oberhausen @a Bann 299, GElstmw (Be*) Barn 125 Ttibingen c-f 3 Bann Z&, Recklinghausen (Stellv. Baf.) RJF,,HA.IV, Amt Bauezntwund Landdienst (Chef') Baan 820 Flansburg-Land (B8f 3 Bam& Frankenthal BanyBzyJ Doxnbirn BanyBgl Geldarn

(Ltr.)

Gustav

Nillier Ulrich (J-f j Wirkkel.Lr&er (Star.) Winter (o.hf,) Witte (astaf.) JMAcfmm (B&f.)
Woerner (Gem)
Wolff

Wollner (H.Baf.) Mirschinger, (H&f.) Zachau (Baf *) Zaaeraz wit1i bf'*j Zander &LB&) Zeitlang (StaC)
Zettl

oaf*

Otti

Geb. 39, Mainfranken' (Geb,BeaufYx. XIX,) WF. (HA.Ltr.) Bann 92, Braunschw~ (J-f,) Barn 576, Imst (Baf.) Ii?-* ) IlAdIs, Kult-t; (chfd Geb.29, WZJ II (Mr.) Bann 569, Innsbmck-Stadt Bann 2&6 ItiObe;rstein t-f. 5 Geb.21, Badm Geb.23, Mittelelbe &&hJlsstelle (Raaom)
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