General Seyffardt

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Wolfgang Jörchel - World War II
... the SS Panzergrenadier Regiment 23 Norge and the SS Volunteer Panzergrenadier Regiment 48 General Seyffardt, 23rd SS Volunteer Panzergrenadier Division Nederland ... He was awarded his Knight's Cross when in command of the General Seyffardt in April 1944 ... Nordland's positions, the Russian commander directed his forces at the General Seyffardt regiment, holding the centre of the line ...
Battle For Narva Bridgehead - Narva Offensive, 24–30 July - Defence of German Withdrawal Along Tallinn Highway
... Line were the 700 troops of the SS Volunteer Panzergrenadier Regiment 48 General Seyffardt ... the retreat of SS Volunteer Panzergrenadier Regiment 48 General Seyffardt, were rescued from encirclement by the 1st Battalion, SS Volunteer Panzergrenadier ... Encircled in the swamps between the highway and the railway, the withdrawing General Seyffardt were pinned down by the fighter-bombers of the Red Air Force and ...
23rd SS Volunteer Panzer Grenadier Division Nederland - History - Withdrawal - Loss of The General Seyffardt
... The General Seyffardt and the brigade's artillery component was to provide a rearguard for the retreating troops ... However, due to a colossal mistake by its officers, the General Seyffardt regiment would not survive the withdrawal ... Trapped in the open, the General Seyffardt never stood a chance ...
23rd SS Volunteer Panzer Grenadier Division Nederland - History - Final Battles
... the reformed 48th SS Volunteer Panzer Grenadier Regiment General Seyffardt and the 49th SS Volunteer Panzer Grenadier Regiment de Ruyter ... Kampfgruppe General Seyffardt headed south, and Kampfgruppe de Ruyter remaining on the northern Oder front ... Meanwhile, Kampfgruppe General Seyffardt was pushed south by the Soviet offensive, into the area around Halbe ...

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