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 November 1940........
1st November 1940. Advances into a part of Europe which has difficult roads- Italians in Greece. Centers of English industry again heavily hit.
2nd November 1940. Luftwaffe again over England- RAF airfields destroyed and a transport ship sunk by direct hits.
The Führer awards Prien the Oakleaves to the Knights Cross
German torpedo boat in a French port
3rd November 1940. 17 ships sunk by the Luftwaffe. British positions on Crete bombarded by the Italian navy.
Prien with the Oakleaves to the Knights Cross
4th November 1940. Revenge attacks against England, in the worst weather.
With German bombs a ship meets its fate
5th November 1940. England are fighting for their lives in the Mediterranean- Against the Italians.
Oakleaves to the Knights Cross for KpLt Kretschmer
6th November 1940. Due to the tonnage of ships sunk, England has to dig deep into her store of reserves.
7th November 1940. The tonnage so far sunk goes up to 7 million tons!
8th November 1940. Stuka attack on the mouth of the Thames, 7 Merchant ships sunk or damaged. Heavy hits scored on a Cruiser.
9th November 1940. The Führer meets with his old guard in Munich.
The new library in the German museum in Munich
At the Feldherrnhalle in Munich- a memorial to the fallen
Fallen Heroes- Gen.-Lt. Ritter von Speck and Kommadore Bonte
10th November 1940. Molotov visits Berlin.
The Führer with "Old Fighters" in the Löwenbräukeller in Munich
11th November 1940. Fires burn in Birmingham and Liverpool.
Feldmarschall Keitel, the Deputy Führer Hess and Gauleiter Wagner in Munich
12th November 1940. Successful Stuka attacks on convoys.
13th November 1940. The Führer receives Molotov- A large gas works in England is bombed.
Molotov with von Ribbentrop
German Labour Corps on an airfield, somewhere on the Channel coast
14th November 1940. Molotov visits the Führer once more.
15th November 1940. The Führer thanks German workers in the Reichskanzlei.
Molotov with Göring- Molotov with Hess
16th November 1940. 530.000 Kg of bombs dropped on an English industrial centre.
17th November 1940. A giant fist shatters Coventry.
Workers visit the Führer in the Reichskanzlei
Gefreiter Matthias Schmitt, an Ortsgruppenleiter in the NSDAP, has fallen for Germany
18th November 1940. Merchant shipping hit once more in the Channel. Important war targets hit heavy in London.
Curt langenbeck receives the 1940 Rhineland prise for literature
19th November 1940. The Führer reveals his new housing programme.
20th November 1940. England admits to the fact that Chamberlain’s visit to Munich in 1938, was to gain time for rearmament. England admits that at the time she had no Spitfires, only one or two Hurricane prototypes and only seven anti-aircraft guns to defend London.
Reichsmarschall Göring opens the exhibition in Vienna "Victory in the West"
21st November 1940. Hungary joins the Axis powers. 500.000kg bombs on Birmingham!
The Führer with foreign ministers from Spain and Italy
22nd November 1940. Churchill keeps quiet about Birmingham. Rumanian leaders visit Berlin.
General Antonescu from Rumania
Thousands of soldiers from the pioneer corps clear the streets of London
Hungary joins the Axis powers
23rd November 1940. Conference of Axis powers in Berlin, Slovak ministers also attend.
The Führer receives heads of state
Rumanian leaders arrive
24th November 1940. Rumania joins the Axis powers!
The Führer with General Antonescu
25th November 1940. Slovakia, already a German ally, signs the pact.
Slovak minister Prof. Tuka
Gauleiter Florian speaks to party members in Düsseldorf
26th November 1940. Non-stop air attacks on Bristol.
The Führers pilot, SS-Oberführer Hans Baur has been flying for 25 years
27th November 1940. Bristol still burns and a U-boat sinks a further 41000 tons.
28th November 1940. Dr Ley: Germany will get a new social order after the victory.
29th November 1940. U-boats are as dangerous now, as they were in March 1917.
30th November 1940. Bombs rain down on Liverpool. Destroyer action in the English Channel.