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Posted: May 07, 2009 01:29 pm
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Where did the German Forces (comprising ground, air, naval) send Military Missions in WW2?
I know only of Romania and Finland - excluding, of course, the occupied states, such as Slovakia, Croatia etc.
More specific, was there a German Military Mission in Bulgaria?
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Posted: May 07, 2009 07:51 pm
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Found on Net : Chef der Wehrmachtmission im Irak/Sonderstab F was der General der Flieger Hellmuth Felmy (Luftwaffe). That's all.
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Posted: May 07, 2009 08:15 pm
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Is it possible that he was the same Felmy that was "fired" after some German military plane crash-landed in Belgium in jan. 40 - when the plans of France's invasion were captured?
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Posted: June 13, 2009 05:20 pm
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Some news :
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Chef de la mission militaire allemande en Bulgarie: general der Infanterie Willi Schneckenburger (01/06/44-44).
Chef d'état-major de la mission militaire allemande en Bulgarie: generalmajor Heinrich Gäde (01/06/44-07/09/44).
Chef de la mission aérienne allemande en Bulgarie: generalmajor Car August von Schönebeck (01/09/39-06/09/44).
Chef de la mission militaire allemande en Irak (Chef der Wehrmachtmission im Irak): general der Infanterie Hellmuth Felmy (20/05/41-21/06/41).
Chef de la mission aérienne italienne auprès du G.Q.G. de l'Air italien puis 07/10/41 devient General der Deutschen Luftwaffe auprès du G.Q.G. de l'Air italien: general der Flieger Maximilian von Pohl (10/06/40-31/07/43).
Chef de la mission aérienne allemande au Japon: general der Flieger Ulrich Kessler (15/03/44-15/05/45).
Chef de la mission militaire allemande en Roumanie: general der Kavallerie Erich Hansen (01/10/40-01/06/41), generalleutnant Arthur Hauffe (01/06/41-20/01/43), general der Kavallerie Erich Hansen (20/01/43-26/08/44).
Génie (Pionier Führer) de la mission militaire allemande en Roumanie: oberst Richard Bazing (10/10/40-25/06/42).
Commandant des troupes de transmission (Nachrichtenführer) de la mission militaire allemande en Roumanie: generalmajor Detlef Bock von Wülfingen (15/09/43-01/04/44).
Chef de la mission aérienne allemande en Roumanie: general der Flieger Wilhelm Speidel (10/10/40-15/06/42).
Chef d'état-major de la mission aérienne allemande en Roumanie: generalmajor Bruno Maass (24/06/41-01/11/41).
General z.b.V. de la mission aérienne allemande en Roumanie: generalmajor Arthur Brandt (01/06/44-28/08/44).
Chef de la mission navale allemande en Roumanie: vizeadmiral Friedrich Wilhelm Fleischer (05/04/41-01/07/41).
Chef du marineverbindungsstab Rumänien: admiral Werner Tillessen (17/10/42-23/08/44).
Chef de la mission militaire allemande en Slovaquie (Leiter der Deutschen Militärmission in der Slowakei): generalleutnant Franz Barckhausen (01/05/39-01/11/39), general der Infanterie Paul Otto (15/03/40-01/05/42), generalleutnant Fritz Schlieper (42-44).
Chef de la mission militaire allemande en Slovaquie (Chef der Deutschen Heeresmission in der Slowakei): general der Panzertruppen Alfred von Hubicki (26/07/44-15/09/44).
Chef de la mission aérienne allemande en Slovaquie: oberst Ehrard Krüger (16/08/39-08/01/41), generalleutnant Ludwig Keiper (01/02/41-22/10/44).
Général allemand détaché auprès du G.Q.G. Bulgare: generalmajor Paul Völckers (15/04/41-19/11/41).
Général des forces Allemandes en Bulgarie: generalmajor Heinrich Gäde (15/07/43-01/06/44).
Chef d'état-major du Général des forces allemandes en Bulgarie: oberst Heinrich Gäde (27/06/42-01/01/43).
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Posted: June 14, 2009 02:41 pm
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Posted: June 14, 2009 04:23 pm
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Yes, only there, and I saw it is not a German site.
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Posted: June 16, 2009 02:41 pm
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AFAIK, for Romania, the names and dates seem to be correct, so I presume the others are as well...
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