Die hier gezeigten Abzeichen sind zu edukativen Zwecken dargestellt, aus diesem Grund sind sie nicht abgedeckt. Weiterhin möchte ich auf den folgenden Discliamer aufmerksam machen:
Disclaimer: Die hier gezeigten Abbildungen aus der Zeit des "Dritten Reiches", u.a. mit dem damals obligatorischen "Hakenkreuz", dienen der Berichterstattung über Vorgänge des Zeitgeschehens, der staatsbürgerlichen Aufklärung sowie Forschung und Lehre (§ 86a, 86 StGB)
The following is the news headlines as reported in the German "Rheinische Landeszeitung" newspaper September 1941...........
1st September 1941. Stalin demands help and puts England under pressure.
2nd September 1941. Heavy Soviet losses, enemy pushed back to the Dniepr.
The Führer and the Duce meet at Görings headquarters
3rd September 1941. The German advance cannot be halted.
The Führer and the Duce on the Eastern Front
4th September 1941. Heavy hits on Soviet shipping.
Goebbels in Venice for the Film Exhibition, greeting members of German colonial groups
The Führer and the Duce visiting a fortress on the eastern front
Reichsminister Doctor Todt (in a Luftwaffe uniform), who built the Siegfried Wall and the motorways, is now 50 years old
5th September 1941. The Luftwaffe and Kriegsmarine sink 13 million tons of shipping.
Ritter von Leeb is 65 years old
The main railwayline between Moscow and St.Petersburg
6th September 1941. The ring around St.Petersburg is closing.
Doctor Robert Ley awards "War Merit Medals" to people of industry in western Germany, also in the picture is Reichsfrauenführerin Frau Scholz-Klink.
Italians visit the Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler
7th September 1941. The so-called "neutral" USA attack Kriegsmarine U-Boats.
8th September 1941. Luftwaffe and Kriegsmarine do heavy damage to fleeing Soviet shipping.
An art exhibition showing artwork from the Rhineland has been opened in Vienna
Knights Cross for Unteroffizier Albrecht, he stopped a Soviet counterattack, destroying six Soviet tanks, three of them heavy tanks
9th September 1941. The ring around St.Petersburg has now been closed.
Clearing mines from Soviet defences
10th September 1941. The USA place the Kriegsmarine under continued pressure. London and Moscow threaten Iran.
11th September 1941. Stalins brutal attacks and deportations of the Volga Germans. Ireland stays neutral and refuses to bow to English pressure.
The "Bremse" lost in Norwegen waters, attacked by a British cruiser and two destroyers
Help for a wounded enemy
12th September 1941. Anti-British riots in Egypt and Roosevelt to launch new warships.
Hungarian Justice Minister visits the German courts
Hungarian leader Horthy is awarded the Knights Cross
13th September 1941. Roosevelts anti-German speech will take the Americans closer to war. U-Boats sink 134000 tons of Allied shipping.
The first radioed pictures from the Atlantic meeting
14th September 1941. Critical days for England after heavy shipping losses.
Trucks carrying boats and engineers prepare for a river crossing on the eastern front
15th September 1941. London and Washington fear heavy Soviet losses after the ring around Leningrad tightens.
Generaloberst Ritter von Schobert has been killed in action
16th September 1941. Turkey does not trust Moscow
Odessa on the eastern front, a Rumanian General awards a German soldier a Rumanian medal
17th September 1941. Unrest reported in Syria due to hunger.
An Iron Cross for a member of the German Labour Corps (RAD)
18th September 1941. More German victories on the eastern front.
A Knights Cross for U-Boat commander Möhle
German troops cross a swamp in Russia
19th September 1941. Hoover exposes Roosevelts war aims to the world
A member of the Propaganda Kompanie making a film for the Wochenschau
A Russian church used by the Soviets as a store house, note the red star
20th September 1941. German troops in Kiev and Poltava.
Opera house in Kiev
21st September 1941. Fanfares ring out on the eastern front!
22nd September 1941. 150,000 POWs taken in the battle for Kiev. The island of Ösel is in our hands. On the Channel coast 20 RAF aircraft shot down in 40 minutes.
23rd September 1941. 30 Soviet Divisions destroyed!
Pictures from Kiev.........
The Soviets set the buildings on fire during the battle
The reichskriegsflagge flies over the Zitadelle in Kiev
24th September 1941. Italian Navy attacks Gibraltar.
Capture of Soviet defences near Leningrad
German engineers replace a Russian bridge destroyed on the road to Leningrad
25th September 1941. Heavy fighting at the gates of Leningrad.
1918....on the road to Kiev
1941....on the road to Kiev
26th September 1941. Convoy destroyed west of Africa.
Italians visiting Potsdam
27th September 1941. 574,000 POWs captured in the battle for Kiev.
One year after the signing of the Berlin, Rome, Tokio pact
28th September 1941. The greatest victory in world history! The battle of Kiev has ended, 665,000 POWs, 884 armoured vehicles and 3718 artillery guns destroyed or captured.
The leaders of the Axis powers
29th September 1941. Heavy losses for British convoys.
Culture exchange between Düsseldorf and Vienna. Landeshauptmann Haake (from Düsseldorf), Reichsleiter Baldur von Schirach (from Vienna) and Oberburgermeister Dr.Haide.
30th September 1941. (17th to 23rd Sept.) 470 German women and children expelled from Iran were robbed by the Russians and British on their way to Turkey.