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 Paul Feiertag was a Knights Cross recipient and a Heer unterofficier and group leader in the 3./Divisions-Füsilier-Bataillon 96. Signed photo SOLD

Erich Fellmann   Erich Fellmann was a Heer captain and commander of the II./Grenadier-Regiment 409. He was a Knights Cross recipient. $24.00

Hans Fiedler   Hans Fiedler was a Knights Cross recipient and overfeldwebel company troop leader in the 9./Grenadier-Regiment 309. Signed photo $24.00

Johannes Fink   Johannes Fink (28 March 1895  – 1 June 1981) was a highly decorated General der Flieger in the Luftwaffe during World War II. He had an educational degree as an Dipl.-Ing. engineer. He became a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. He was commander of II. Fliegerkorps and fought in the Invasion of Poland, Battle of the Netherlands, Battle of Belgium, Battle of France, Battle of Britain, and Defense of the Reich. He was captured by British troops in April 1945 and was released in 1948. Signed photo $24.00

Karl Heinz Fischer   Karl Heinz Fischer was in the Kriegsmarine and Coxswain on Vorpostenboot VP-711 in the 7. Vorpostenbootflottille. He was decorated with the Knights Cross. Signed photo - $24.00

Robert Fischer   Robert Fischer was a Platoon leader in the Jagdpanzer-Kompanie 1257 and recipient of the Knights Cross. Signed sepia portrait - $24.00

Siegfried Fischer   Siegfried Fischer (27 November 1918 – 26 March 1998) was a highly decorated Oberfeldwebel in the Luftwaffe during World War II. He was also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. During his career he fought on the Eastern Front and flew 713 missions, during which he was credited with the destruction of 80 tanks, and 15 aerial victories. Siegfried Fischer was captured by Soviet troops in April 1945 and was held captive until September 1946. Signed photo - 24.00 

 

Erwin Koch   Erwin Koch was a major and Commander of the II./Grenadier-Regiment 447. He was decorated with the Knights Cross. Signed photo with military assignments handwritten on back - $24..00

 

August Fuchs   August Fuchs was a captain and Leader of a Kampfgruppe in Feld-Ersatz-Bataillon 299. He was decorated with the Knights Cross. Comes with a typewritten letter signed by his wife. Signed photo - $24..00

Curt Flad   Curt Flad was an oberlt and Chief of the 6./Artillerie-Regiment 219. He was also a Knights Cross recipient - Signed photo - $24..00

 

Josef Fogel   Josef Flogel was a Stuka pilot with 3./Nacht-Schlacht-Gruppe 5 and recipient of the Knights Cross. Signed photo - $24..00

Fritz Focke   Dr. phil. Fritz Focke was a Heer major and commander of the I./Grenadier-Regiment 368 and recipient of the Knights Cross. Signed photo autograph card - $24..00

Heinz Franke   Heinz Franke (30 November 1915 in Berlin-Steglitz—5 April 2003 in Sasbach) was a German U-boat commander in World War II and recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. Franke joined the Kriegsmarine in April 1936 and served for more than two years on the battlecruiser Gneisenau, and was on board during her two patrols in 1939. He transferred to the U-boat force in October 1940 and after training became first watch officer (I WO) of U-84. After three patrols he took command of the school boat U-148 in December 1941, and spent ten months in the Baltic Sea. In October 1942 he was appointed commander of U-262 and on his first patrol he sank the Norwegian Flower class corvette HNoMS Montbretia. In May 1943 Franke was ordered to the Gulf of Saint Lawrence to pick up some captured U-boat men who planned to escape, but the breakout failed. In November 1943, while on patrol with U-262, Franke was involved in three convoy battles; his conduct was marked by diligent efficient shadowing and determined attack, particularly against the last, Convoy SL 140/MKS 31. For this, and despite a lack of success, he was awarded the Knights Cross. In January 1944 Franke was attached to the BdU staff. After serving in several staff positions and in a midget U-boat unit, he took command of U-3509 in March 1945. When the U-boat was damaged on 4 April 1945 he transferred to U-2502, which he commanded up until the end of the war on 8 May. After the war he spent six months in captivity, then served in a minesweeper unit. In 1957 he joined the newly-formed Bundesmarine, retiring in March 1972 as a Fregattenkapitän. Heinz Franke died on 5 April 2003. Signed photo - $24..00 SOLD

Gunther Fenzel   Gunther Frenzel was a German WWII ace who was decorated with the Knights Cross. He was with 11./K.G. z.b.V. 1.  He also received the Wound Badge in Silver. Signed photo - $24..00

 

 

Heinz Franke Heinz Franke (30 November 1915 in Berlin-Steglitz—5 April 2003 in Sasbach) was a German U-boat commander in World War II and recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. In October 1942 he became commander of the front boat U-262 and just one month later on his first patrol he sank the Norwegian corvette Montbretia. In May 1943 Franke was to pick up some captured U-boat men who planned to escape in the Gulf of St. Lorenz, but the breakout failed and he returned home without them. In January 1944 Heinz Franke left U-262 and was attached to the BdU org staff. After serving in several other staff positions and in a midget U-boat unit, he took command of U-3509 in March 1945. When the U-boat was damaged on 4 April, 1945 he transferred to U-2502, which he commanded to the end of the war (Busch & Röll, 1999). After the war he spent six months in captivity, then served in a minesweeper unit (Busch & Röll, 1999). In 1957 he joined the Bundesmarine, where he worked in the Amt für Militärkunde (department for military subjects). He retired in March 1972 as Fregattenkapitän. Heinz Franke passed away on 5 April, 2003 suffering from advanced Alzheimers disease. Typewritten and signed letter. $15.00

 

Wilhelm Gaisser   Wilhelm Gaisser was a lt with 1./G.R. 3. He was decorated with the Knights Cross. Signe photo - $24..00

 

Manne Hrabak   Manne Hrabak, Dieter Hrabak's wife. A handwritten card, written in English and mentioning Rall, Jabs, and Falck. $10.00

Hermann Holter Hermann Hölter (31 January 1900 – 5 May 1989) was a German modern pentathlete and Generalleutnant during World War II. He competed at the 1928 Summer Olympics. Generalleutnant Hölter served as Chef des Generalstabs (chief of staff) of the 20th Mountain Army. After the war he was held prisoner of war at Island Farm. He was a Knights Cross recipient – Signed photo - $15.00  

Ludwig Gumbel Ludwig Gumbel – Heer oberst andLeader of Divisions-Gruppe "Gümbel" (Grenadier-Regiment 308). Knights Cross recipient. Signed photo - $15.00

Walter Fasel   Walter Fasel was a squad leader in 14.(Pz.-Jäg)/Füsilier Rgt. 26. Knights Cross Holder. Signed photo - $15.00  

 

Josef Fischer   Josef Fischer - Major and commander of 11./G.R. 507, Knights Cross recipient - Signed photo - $15.00

Gerhard Flechsig  Gerhard Flechsig was a feldwebel in Stabskp./Pz. G.R. 12 and a Knights Cross recipient - Signed photo - $15.00

Gunther Frenzel   Gunther Frenzel was a feldwebel flugzeugf (pilot) in 11./K.G. z.b.V.1 and a Knights Cross recipient. Signed photo - $15.00

Herbert Friedel   Herbert Friedel was a wachtman Zugf in 2./St. Gesch. Brig. 232 and a Knights Cross recipient. Signed photo - $15.00

Hans Fries   Herbert Fries (born 1 March 1925) was a highly decorated Oberfähnrich in the Fallschirmjäger during World War II. He was also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. Fries was captured by American troops in May 1945 and was held until July 1947. He distinguished himself as a gunner in a parachute armored infantry company, by shooting 17 enemy tanks within two days, Signed photo - $15.00.

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Alfred Gies   Alfred Gies (7 April 1912 – 21 May 1993) was a highly decorated Oberfeldwebel in the Luftwaffe during World War II, and a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. He was in the 1./Schlachtgeschwader 2 "Immelmann". Signed photo - $15.00

Walter Grossmann   Walter Grasemann (3 July 1917 – 26 November 2007) was a bomber pilot in the German Luftwaffe during World War II and commander of the fighter-bomber wing Aufklärungsgeschwader 51 of the German Air Force. He was also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. After the war he served as a colonel in the new German Luftwaffe. Signed Photo - $15.00

Waldeman Gerlack   Waldeman Gerlach - Knights Cross recipient and oberlt and Chief of the 4./Panzergrenadier-Regiment 35. Signed portrait card. $15.00

 

Franz Gapp  Franz Gapp (born 8 July 1919) was a highly decorated Oberfeldwebel in the Luftwaffe during World War II, and a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. Gapp completed 400 missions in the Ju-88 fighter-bomber in IV./LG-1, III./KG (J)-6 and ended up flying the Me-262, scoring several aerial victories over B-24s and downed one P-38 Lightning. Signed photo - $15.00

Robert Gast   Robert Gast was a Luftwaffe Lt and leader of the 9./Fallschirmjäger-Regiment 7. He was decorated with the Kights Cross. Signed photo - $15.00

Georg von Gupp-Bergenhauser   Georg von Gaupp-Bergenhausen - He received the Knights Cross  while a Hauptmann and  commander of II./Pz.Gren.Rgt 12 (fighting at Bielsk/Bialowitzer Forst , july/august 1944. Signed photo $15.00

Jurgen Gauss  Jürgen Gauß (18 March 1918 – 4 September 1996) was a highly decorated Hauptmann in the Wehrmacht during World War II and an Oberst in the Bundeswehr. He was also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. He was commander of the Kampfgruppe in the 12. Panzer-Division and fought in the Battle of France, Operation Barbarossa, Battle of Białystok–Minsk, Battle of Smolensk (1941), Siege of Leningrad, Battle of Kursk. Operation Bagration, Minsk Offensive, and Courland Pocket. Signed photo $15.00

Rolf Gebhard     Rolf Gebhard - was a Platoon leader in the 2./schwere Panzer-Abteilung 507 and recipient of the Knights Cross. Signed Photo $15.00.

 

Herbert Geisler   Herbert Geisler - was a Luftwaffe Pilot in the Stabsstaffel/Kampfgeschwader 4 "General Wever" and recipient of the Knights Cross. Signed photo - $15.00

Otto Gemunden   Otto Gemunden was a wachtmeister in the Luftwaffe and gun leader in the I./Flak-Regiment 49 in Flak-Regiment 3. Signed military greeting card. $15.00 

Alfred Genz   Alfred Genz (8 March 1916 – 23 April 2000) was a highly decorated Major in the Fallschirmjäger during World War II and a Oberst in the Bundeswehr. He was also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. He was commander of Fallschirmjäger-Regiment 29 and fought in the Invasion of Poland, Battle of Crete, North African Campaign , Operation Shingle, and Prague Offensive. Signed photo $15.00

Walther Gerhold   Walther Gerhold (8 June 1921 – 2 March 2013) was a Marine-Schreiber-Obergefreiter in the Kriegsmarine during World War II. He was also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross (German: Ritterkreuz des Eisernen Kreuzes). Gerhold was awarded the Knight's Cross for his contribution in the Neger one man mini-submarine attack on the ORP Dragon in the night of 5/6 July 1944. The presentation of the Knight's Cross was made by Konteradmiral Hellmuth Heye on 14 July 1944 in Lübeck. Gerhold died aged 91 in Lünen on 2 March 2013. Signed photo $15.00

Hans Gidion  Dr. Hans Gidion was a Heer hauptmann and Leader of the II./Infanterie-Regiment 154. He was decorated with the Knights Cross. Signed photo - $15.00

 Dieter Glasche   Dieter Glasche was a Heer oberlt and Company leader in the Panzergrenadier-Regiment 11. He was decorated with the Knights Cross. Signed photo - $15.00

Friedrich Glaser -   Friedrich Glaser was a Heer oberfreiter and Richtschütze (gunner) in the 14.(Panzerjäger)/Grenadier-Regiment 253. He was decorate with the Knights Cross. Signed photo - $15.00

Rudolf Guerke   Rudolf Goerke - Lt 11./G.R. 410. He was decorate with the Knights Cross. Signed photo - $15.00

 

Fritz Goldammer   Fritz Grieshammer (30 March 1899 – 26 December 1956) was a highly decorated Generalmajor in the Luftwaffe during World War II. He was also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. He was captured by American troops in May 1945 and was held until June 1947. Signed photo - $15.00 

Klaus Gollwick   Klaus Gollnick - Heer captain and Leader of Divisions-Füsilier-Bataillon 371. Signed photo. 2 motiefs available - $15.00 each 

 

Richard Gombert   Richard Gombert - Heer oberlt and Leader of the 6./Jäger-Regiment 83. Knights Cross recipient. Signed photo - $15.00

Rudolf Gottinger   Rudolf Gottinger - Heer oberlt and Chief of the 13.(IG)/Gebirgsjäger-Regiment 91. Knights Cross recipient. Signed photo - $15.00

 Rudolf Grasser   Rudolf Grasser - Heer feldwebel and Platoon leader in the 8./Grenadier-Regiment 191. Knights Cross recipient. Signed photo - $15.00

Josef Grussmann   Josef Grassmann - Heer major and Commander of the II./Grenadier-Regiment 326Knights Cross recipient. Signed photo - $15.00

Hans Grehl   Heinz Grehl - Heer Oblt and Company leader in Festungs-Grenadier-Regiment "Mohr" in fortress Breslau. Knights Cross recipient. Signed photo - $15.00

 

Georg Grossjohann   Georg Grossjohann - was a Heer major and Knights Cross recipient. He was leader of   Grenadier-Regiment 308. Signed photo - $15.00

Adolf Grubinger   Adolf Grubinger -He was a Heer oberjager and Machine gun leader in the 9./Jäger-Regiment 227.  Knights Cross recipient. Signed photo - $15.00

Wilhelm Hurrle   Wilhelm Hurrle - Heer unterofficier with Vorgeschobener Beobachter (forward observer) in the 13./Grenadier-Regiment 358 . Signed photo - $15.00  

Walter Haarhaus   Walter Haarhaus - Heer major and Commander of the I./Infanterie-Regiment 477. Signed photo $15.00

Alfred Haase   Alfred Haase (9 September 1898 – 24 February 2000) was a highly decorated Oberst in the Wehrmacht during World War II. He was also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. He was commander of  Pionier-Lehr-Bataillon 2. Signed photo - $15.00

Horst Hasse   Hoest Haase - Was a Heer oberlt. and recipient of the Knights Cross. He was Leader of Panzer-Jäger-Kompanie 1162. Signed photo. $15.00 

Martin Hackl   Martin Hackl (6 January 1920 – 22 September 2006) was a highly decorated Major der Reserve in the Wehrmacht during World War II. He was also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. He was with 2./Gebirgs-Aufklärungs-Abteilung 94. He was also awarded the very rare Close Combat Clasp in Gold one of only 631 awards.. Signed photo - $15.00

Friedrich Erdmann von Hake   Friedrich-Erdmann von Hake (14 August 1898 – 22 March 1982) was a highly decorated Oberst in the Wehrmacht during World War II who commanded the 13. Panzer-Division. He was also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. He was commander of Panzer-Regiment 4. Signed photo card. $15.00

Ludwig Hammer   Ludwig Hammer was a Luftwaffe lt and Pilot and observer in the 4.(H)/Aufklärungs-Gruppe 12. Signed photo - $15.00

Karl Gunther von Hase   Karl Gunther von Hase - was a General staff officer with the commander of the fortress Schneidemühl (Ia (operations officer) Panzer-Division "Holstein") and recipient of the Knights Cross. – Signed photo - $15.00 

Gustav Harteneck   Gustav Harteneck (27 July 1892 – 13 January 1984) was a highly decorated General der Kavallerie in the Wehrmacht during World War II. He was also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. Harteneck was captured by British troops in May 1945 and was held until 1947. He was commander of I. Kavallerie-Korps. Personal signed note on his personalized card w/original envelope - $15.00

 

Hellmuth Hauser   Hellmuth Hauser – Luftwaffe hauptmann and Knights Cross recipient. He was Staffelkapitän in the I./Kampfgeschwader 51. Signed photo - $15.00

 Hermann Hehmeyer  Hermann Hehmeyer – Heer hauptmann and Commander of the III./Grenadier-Regiment 216. Knights Cross recipient. Signed photo - $15.00

Herbert Heinrich – Heer oberlt and Chief of the 3./Artillerie-Regiment 267. He was a Knights Cross recipient. Signed photo - $15.00

 Paul Helmich   Paul Helmich - Heer hauptmann and Commander of the I./Grenadier-Regiment 94. Knights Cross recipient. Signed photo - $15.00

Otto Hamburger   Otto Hamburger - Heer feldwebel and Leader of the 8.(MG)/Grenadier-Regiment 426. Knights Cross recipient - Signed photo - $15.00

 Hermann Henle   Hermann Henle - Heer hauptmann and Leader of the II./Werfer-Regiment 70. Signed photo with lengthy bio - $15.00

   Walter Henssler - Heer oblt and Regiment adjutant in Panzergrenadier-Regiment 126. Knights Cross recipient. Signed photo - $15.00

Richard Hermann   Richard Hermann - Heer oberfeldweble and platoon leader of   Stabskompanie/Jäger-Regiment 49. Knights Cross recipient. Signed photo - $15.00

 

Othmer Hermes   Othmer Hermes - Heer gefreiter and Company messenger in the 6./Grenadier-Regiment 46. Knights Cross recipient. Signed photo - $15.00

Rudolf Hasenpusch    Rudolf Hasenpusch - Heer lt and leader of Panzer-Brukenkolonne in Panzer Pioner Battalion 16. Knights Cross recipient. Signed photo - $15.00

Hellmuth Heye   Hellmuth Guido Alexander Heye (9 August 1895 in Beckingen – 10 November 1970 in Mittelheim) was born on August 9, 1895, son of father, August Wilhelm Heye, and mother Else Karcher Heye. Hellmuth was a German admiral in World War II and politician in post-war Germany. He was also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross (German: Ritterkreuz des Eisernen Kreuzes). Heye graduated from high school in Berlin in early 1914 and immediately joined the Imperial Navy. From April 1939 to September 1940 he commanded the Heavy Cruiser Admiral Hipper. While taking his ship to Trondheim in April 1940 to land invasion troops there (Operation Weserübung), he encountered the British destroyer HMS Glowworm and sank it. Heye sent a message to the British Admiralty through the Red Cross praising the gallantry of Glowworm's commander and crew, and this contributed to LtCdr Gerard Roope receiving (posthumously) the first Victoria Cross of World War II. In 1941 Heye was promoted to Vice Admiral, and from September to November 1942 he was commanding admiral of the German naval forces in the Black Sea. From April 1944 onward he was commanding admiral of the small naval combat forces, which included mini-submarines, combat divers, etc. He received the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross on 18 January 1941. After the war Heye published a number of works on naval strategy, history and warfare as a member of the Naval Historical Team. He subsequently advised the German government on issues concerning the establishment and organization of a new military. In 1953 he joined the centrist party CDU (Christian Democratic Union) of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and represented this party in the Federal Parliament (Bundestag) from 1953 to 1961, elected for the district of Wilhelmshaven-Friesland. On 8 November 1961 the Bundestag elected him unanimously as its Ombudsman for the Military (Wehrbeauftragter). In the autumn of 1964, Heye published a series of articles in the German news journal Quick, warning of a risk of the German military once again drifting into isolation from society at large. This triggered a vigorous and sharply worded debate between him and the ministry of defense. Frustrated by what he perceived to be inadequate support from Parliament, Heye resigned his position on 10 November 1964. Signed photo - $15.00

Max Haschberger   Max Haschberger – Heer Oberfähnrich andAide-de-camp in the I./Grenadier-Regiment 481. Knights Cross recipient – Signed small photo and personal handwritten letter - $15.00

Leo Hartmann   Leo Hartmann – Heer lt and Leader in Panzer-Jäger-Abteilung "Breslau". Knights Cross recipient. Signed photo - $15.00-

 

Herbert Hubner   Herbert Hubner – Heer feldwebel – platoon leader in the 1./Panzer Jager Abteilung 171. Knights Cross recipient – Signed photo - $15.00

Joachim Hesse   Joachim Hesse – Heer oberst andCommander of Panzergrenadier-Regiment 64. Knights Cross recipient. Signed photo - $15.00 

Hans Heindorf    Hans Heindorf – Luftwaffe Oberlt and Pilot and observer in the Fern-Aufklärungs-Gruppe des OBdL. Knights Cross recipient. Signed photo - $15.00

Ahrend Hoper   Ahrend Höper (26 November 1920 – 5 March 2013) was a Leutnant der Reserve in the Wehrmacht during World War II. He was also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. He was platoon leader in the 1./Sturmgeschütz-Brigade 202 and destroyed more than 60 Soviet tanks on the Eastern Front. He was a Knights Cross recipient. Signed photo - $15.00

Karl Hoffmann   Karl Hoffmann – WWII German Luftwaffe ace with 70 aerial victories. Knights Cross recipient. Signed 5x7 glossy portrait - $15.00

 

Wilhelm Herold   Major Wilhelm Herold - born on 13.01.1915 in Königheim/Tauberbischofsheim died on 14.01.1986 in Nürnberg Ritterkreuz on 26.03.1944 as Hauptmann and Kommandeur I./GrenRgt 21. After he served in the Bundeswehr between 1956 and 31.03.1971 reaching the rank of Oberstleutnant. Knights Cross recipient. Signed photo - $15.00

Karl Herzog   Karl Herzog (6 July 1906 – 25 January 1998) was a highly decorated Oberst in the Wehrmacht during World War II. He was also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. He was commander of Heeres Sturm-Pionier-Brigade 627 (motorisiert) Karl Herzog was captured by Soviet forces in April 1945 in Pillau and was held until 1955. He joined the Bundeswehr in 1957 and retired in 1966 as a Generalmajor. Signed photo - $15.00

 

 

 

 

Hans Georg Hess   Hans-Georg Hess (6 May 1923 – 29 March 2008) was a German U-boat commander of the Second World War. He commanded a single U-boat from September 1944 until the end of the war, and sank five ships for a total of 2,298 GRT, and caused another to be declared a total loss for 7,176 GRT. For this he received the Knight's Cross. Hess joined the Kriegsmarine as a volunteer in April 1940, when he was 16. He was initially assigned to the surface fleet, where he spent two years on minesweepers before transferring to the U-boat force in April 1942. He was first assigned to U-466 under the command of Captain Gerhard Thäter and was with her for her last five patrols, which were mostly spent in the North Atlantic. She broke into the Mediterranean during her last patrol, but was caught in Toulon during the Allied invasion of the south of France and was scuttled on 19 August 1944. Hess returned to Germany, having been promoted to Oberleutnant zur See on 1 March 1944. He was appointed to command U-995 and took command on 10 October 1944. He eventually carried out a total of five patrols with her in the Arctic Sea, sinking a number of Soviet ships and causing one American one to be written off. He was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross on 11 February 1945. With the end of the war, U-995 surrendered on 8 May 1945 in Trondheim. Hess was imprisoned by the Norwegians, eventually spending a year in captivity. After his release he returned to Germany, eventually becoming a lawyer in Hannover. He died on 20 March 2008 in Wunstorf-Idensen at the age of 84, and is buried at the village cemetery. Signed calling card. $15.00   

 

Oskar Hiebach   Oskar Hiebsch . Hiebsch won his RK as a Kp Fhr. in Gren. Regt. 97.. Signed photo - $15.00

 

Kurt Hilgendorff   Kurt Hilgendorffwas an obstlt and commander of G. R. 3. He was decorated with the Knights Cross – Signed photo $15.00 

 

Ingfried Hintz   Ingfried Hintz was a Heer hauptmann and commander of the I,/Panzer Artillerie Regiment 103. Knights Cross recipient. Signe photo - $15.00

 

Johannes Hirn   Johannes Hirn was a Luftwaffe pilot in Nahaufklärungs-GruppePilot in Nahaufklärungs-Gruppe 32 - Signed photo - $15.00

 

Josef Hollerkamp   Josef Hollerkamp was a grupenfuhrer in 2.RadF/Aufkl.Abt. 36. He was a Knights Cross recipient. Signed photo - $15.00 

   Hermann Hölter (31 January 1900 – 5 May 1989) was a German modern pentathlete and Generalleutnant during World War II. He competed at the 1928 Summer Olympics. Generalleutnant Hölter served as Chef des Generalstabs (chief of staff) of the 20th Mountain Army and was decorated with the Knights Cross. After the war he was held prisoner of war at Island Farm (Special Camp 11). 3 May 1945 as Generalleutnant and chief of staff of the 20th Mountain Army. Signed photo $15.00

 

Ahren Hoper     Ahrend Höper (26 November 1920 – 5 March 2013) was a Leutnant der Reserve in the Wehrmacht during World War II. He was also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. He was a lt and a platoon leader in the 1./Sturmgeschütz-Brigade 202. Signed photo. $15.00