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> A.B. Rosiorii de Vede (Teleorman), I look for a few information.
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Posted: April 27, 2007 09:53 pm
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Can someone give me a few information (pics, site, article, real history, etc..) about it?

Thanks.
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Posted: April 27, 2007 10:10 pm
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Try to use the Search engine first:
http://www.worldwar2.ro/forum/index.php?ac...osiorii+de+vede

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Posted: April 28, 2007 10:23 pm
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military base since the '20s, some military activity during ww2. Read my article about slt av Petre Scurtu on aviatory.ro
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Posted: July 19, 2008 07:24 pm
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A view from road Alexandria-Rosiori (above pictures from right-up corner)
(IMG:http://img391.imageshack.us/img391/1661/copyofrosiori0012mh9.png)
(IMG:http://img391.imageshack.us/img391/1661/copyofrosiori0012mh9.3cc671808b.jpg)

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Posted: July 19, 2008 08:06 pm
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Building situated where the two black thik line meet
(IMG:http://img525.imageshack.us/img525/1183/rosiori004vu7.png)
(IMG:http://img525.imageshack.us/img525/1183/rosiori004vu7.9d3a60673e.jpg)

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Posted: July 19, 2008 08:36 pm
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Posted: July 19, 2008 08:39 pm
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One of two doubles house.

(IMG:http://img520.imageshack.us/img520/6467/rosiori008fv6.png)
(IMG:http://img520.imageshack.us/img520/6467/rosiori008fv6.1e279bc7c0.jpg)

.......very clever


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Posted: July 19, 2008 09:05 pm
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View from down corner of parc area, to south, to ex-railway and fuel tanks. Between, people told me, there are the two hangars (?)
(IMG:http://img152.imageshack.us/img152/529/rosiori010ar1.png)
(IMG:http://img152.imageshack.us/img152/529/rosiori010ar1.34e060d8d2.jpg)

..........???????????????????
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Posted: July 20, 2008 07:17 pm
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(IMG:http://img113.imageshack.us/img113/3046/rosiori011ga6.th.png)

Road for supply the tanktruks. This "feet" is for supply or is for light into. I don't now. I see 20 years ago a pipe like handle umbrella in this support.

(IMG:http://img113.imageshack.us/img113/5218/rosiori015sp7.th.png)

Each fueltank (group for two) has box like this for valves, for unloading tanker (railway)

(IMG:http://img113.imageshack.us/img113/4931/rosiori0171bi3.th.png)

The upper side for one tank. In far back other box for valves alongside of road.

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(IMG:http://img113.imageshack.us/img113/3985/rosiori019mh2.th.png)

From 20 years ago this was a house with subsoil. Under I see many valves, stair case, etc.... There was two houses. Now is two dirty holes...... You can see between firs and secon group tanks, and third and fourth group.


(IMG:http://img113.imageshack.us/img113/7626/rosiori0221pv6.th.png)

An old/new construction (?) I suppose however, old. Now a big concret hole.
Appeare after fourth tanks like a white square.


(IMG:http://img113.imageshack.us/img113/5180/rosiori0281ac8.th.png)

Drainage sistem between runway and other fields. Above, was two railways.
Is in bottom of pictures, but I don't see. The old railway go south to old station.
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The buildings are a Hospital (for people who have Tuberculosis)
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Roşiorii de Vede
(ROM) (c. 44 04 40 N – 24 57 00 E)
General
: airfield in S Romania 95 km WSW of Bucharest and 4 km SW of Roşiorii de Vede.
Rated for bombers.
History
: existed pre-war and used by the Luftwaffe in spring 1941 during the Apr-May
campaign in the Balkans. Inactive for several years and then used operationally by
Luftwaffe night fighters and bombers in spring and summer 1944.
Dimensions
: 1941 measured 1000 x 1000 meters. Extended and apparently reconfigured
during the war with mid-summer 1944 dimensions of approx. 1830 x 455 meters (2000 x
500 yards) giving it an irregular shape.
Surface and Runways
: grass surface. No paved runway.
Fuel and Ammunition
: fuel available. Ammunition stored in 5 sites off the W boundary and
3 more off the E boundary.
Infrastructure
: 1941 had 1 massive hangar, 2 smaller wooden hangars and a barracks area
for 1,900 men. An additional workshop building or hut off the N corner and several small
barrack huts were erected during the war. The nearest rail connection was in Roşiorii de
Vede.
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42
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Luftwaffe Airfields 1935-45
Dispersal
: there were no organized aircraft dispersals.
Defenses
: no information found.
Remarks
:
c. 15 Aug 44: total Luftwaffe station strength this date: 6 officers, 17 Beamten (officials),
345 NCOs and men, 14 German civilian workers, 92 Schuma, 95 Hiwi.
Operational Units
:
Romanian
: I Fighter Gp. (Nov 43 – Jul 44); VII Fighter Gp. (Nov 43 – Apr 44).
Luftwaffe
: 2./NJG 100 (elements) (Aug 44).
Station Commands
: Fl.H.Kdtr. E 6/VI (Jan 41); Fl.H.Kdtr. E 34/XIII (? - Mar 44); Fl.H.Kdtr.
E(v) 224/XVII (Apr-Aug 44).
Station Units
(on various dates – not complete): Nachschub-Kp. d.Lw. 5/XVII (Mar 41);
Wetternebenstelle 1192 (Aug 44); Werft-Abt. 102/VIII (Jul-Aug 44); Flak-Abt. 412 (one
Zug) (Aug 44); Störtrupp 3./Ln.-Abt. 81 (Aug 44); 3.Kp. Lw.-Bau-Btl. 101/XII (K) (Aug 44);
Feldbauleitung 6/Kuckuck (Aug 44); Flug-Betr.St.Kol. 505/I (elements) (Aug 44); Trsp.Kol.
104/XII (elements) (Aug 44); Schuma-Kp. (Aug 44).
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Sources
: AFHRA A5263 p.1361 (31 May 44 updated to 25 Jan 45); chronologies; BA-MA;
NARA; PRO/NA; web site ww2.dk]


sursa http://www.ww2.dk/Airfields%20-%20Romania.pdf
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QUOTE (aztec @ July 01, 2015 06:31 pm)

sursa  http://www.ww2.dk/Airfields%20-%20Romania.pdf


Regarding the introductory remarks, I'm tired to hear, in 2014-2015 the same old bs: "Transylvania, taken from Hungary and given to Romania in 1918, returned to Hungary by the Vienna Award on 30 August 1940." We're not talking about a lost umbrella, dude!

NOBODY took Transylvania from Hungary, in 1918 (!), except the Romanian majority from the province. This is a measure of being both ignorant and offensive in the same time. Perhaps someone could relay my observation to the author. Adjust your knowledge or mind your own business, instead of writing "books"!

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QUOTE (Agarici @ July 02, 2015 09:43 pm)
QUOTE (aztec @ July 01, 2015 06:31 pm)

sursa  http://www.ww2.dk/Airfields%20-%20Romania.pdf


Regarding the introductory remarks, I'm tired to hear, in 2014-2015 the same old bs: "Transylvania, taken from Hungary and given to Romania in 1918, returned to Hungary by the Vienna Award on 30 August 1940." We're not talking about a lost umbrella, dude!

NOBODY took Transylvania from Hungary, in 1918 (!), except the Romanian majority from the province. This is a measure of being both ignorant and offensive in the same time. Perhaps someone could relay my observation to the author. Adjust your knowledge or mind your own business, instead of writing "books"!

There is ABSOLUTELY no need to be so mean!
The pdf article at that link is possibly one of the most amazing pieces of research on Romanian aviation I have seen in the last decade!
I thank the author from the heart! It answered a lot of questions for me. In fact, I think that it should be printed in a book together with the existing photos (aerial and ground-level) of the airfields.
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