RE: Zugang and Abgang, thank you all for the translations. These words were found on
images mentioned below.
I've known about this "apolitical" WWII history web site for sometime now.
I'm posting about this site, because some researchers on our list just might be
looking for information about their family members who could have served among these
One item I want to point out is "Registers of Waffen-SS Officers from KTBs" by
John P. Moore, who posted PAGES of actual images containing lists of names, dates of birth
and locations. In one section, not sure if it still represents the Waffer Officers or
not, but I noticed some men were from Banat. It was among this group of images that I
located the name Michael Schick date of birth 1915, which matches the DOB for a Michael
listed in the Mercydorf book for fallen heroes of WWII.
Below is a snippet from the introduction and a link to the main page.....
Registers of Waffen-SS Officers from KTBs
by John P. Moore on 22 Sep 2006
This begins a new series of Waffen-SS officer registers obtained from
Kriegstagbuchs (KTB)/war diaries. My main sources for these documents were
the NARA microfilm in Washington, D.C. or the Military Archive in Prague
where I obtained copies of the original documents. I will begin with a register of
officers found in the KTB of SS-Regiment "Deutschland" of the "Das
covering the 1941-42 period. The casualty rate is remarkable. Here is the first part.
Note: The above web site is open to the public to view, you must be registered to post a
message or write to a poster, registration is free. My computer seems to slow down quite
a bit at this site, and occasionally I have to refresh the pages.