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 January 1941........
1st January 1941. The German Army will be greatly expanded
The unshakable trust in the Führer and the belief in a victory
2nd January 1941. More Luftwaffe attacks on British industry
Kapitänleutnant Prien rejoins his U-Boat for another attack against England
3rd January 1941. 45 million Kilos of bombs dropped on England
4th January 1941. A German air corps arrives in Italy. Bombs dropped on Cardiff as revenge for a raid on Bremen
5th january 1941. Germany demands the return of her overseas colonies
6th January 1941. Bristol and London bombed
7th January 1941. Chaos as London is attacked night and day
Gauleiter Fritz Wächtler is 50 years old
Admiral Dönitz with an Italian Admiral, visits an Italian unit.
8th January 1941. England has no answer to the German blockade
Chief of the OKH Feldmarschall von Brauchitsch visits the Channel Coast and inspects the defence works, the work continues during his visit without interruption.
9th January 1941. London bombed and Churchill runs to the shelters
Poster exibition in Berlin Zeughaus
10th January 1941. Organized gangs plunder Englands towns and cities
Hitler Youth return and talk about their three month trip to Japan with HJ leaders
Oberstleutnant Galland rabbit hunting
11th January 1941. New industrial pact signed between Germany and Russia
Italian General Bergonzoli the brave defender of Bardia
12th January 1941. U-Boats sink 50.000 tons of shipping!
Today is the 48th birthday of Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring
13th January 1941. London bombed again!
Reichsmarschall presents a miner with the War Merit Cross
14th January 1941. Churchills rich life style while the public go hungry
General Ugo Cavallero is the new Italian commander in Albania. The previous commander retired due to poor health
15th January 1941. Plymouth bombed. USA doubts Churchill will win
16th January 1941. HMS Southampton and HMS Illustrious sunk?
17th January 1941. Luftwaffe bomb Malta
18th January 1941. Italians bomb Port Sudan in East Africa
19th January 1941. Luftwaffe bomb Suez Canal
20th January 1941. Suez Canal and Malta under German bombs
21st January 1941. Malta bombed again
Meeting between German and Japanese military leaders
22nd January 1941. Rudolf Hess meets with the Dutch leader Mussert in Munich
Scene from the latest Wehrmacht propaganda film "The Victory in the West".
23rd January 1941. Vichys protest against British pirates.
Himmler and Mussert meet in Munich
24th January 1941. The lies spread by the Americans that the Germans are using the war graves at Verdun for bombing practice! England steals the gold from the Belgian Congo.
Luftwaffe Aircrew visit the Heinkel aircraft factory
A torpedo is taken out of storage
25th January 1941. New health and social reforms due to be implimented after the war has been won by Germany.
A victorious German U-boat returns home
A new postage stamp due to be released on 30th January 1941, it shows two brothers in arms, the Axis pact
26th January 1941. For the murder of 36 ethnic Germans in September 1939, 13 Polish "hangmen" have been condemed to death.
German and Hungarian military leaders meet
27th January 1941. Japan, Germany and Italy are forming closer contact
28th January 1941. Border changes in Poland and Germany
Gauleiter Hanke has his office in Breslau
Regiment Großdeutschland in training
An anti-tank gun is set up in the snow
29th January 1941. "Empress of Australia" is torpedo
30th January 1941. Anniv. of NSDAP coming to power: "The victory is guaranteed!"
One of Adolf Hitlers fighters
31st January 1941. The Führer in his speech "At the end of it all, is our victory".