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  1. #11

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    Quote Originally Posted by KleinerHäwelmann View Post
    P.S. My mothers elder brother H. (1933-2008), was a scholar in the NPEA "Spanheim" , in Kärnten, Austria.

    I like to scan and share some photos later, please be patient...

    Häwelmann
    Hi KleinerHäwelmann,
    welcome to the forum and thank you very much for this information.
    Best regards
    Eric
    Last edited by WIDUKIND; 30th April 2010 at 08:54 PM.

  2. #12

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raytheman View Post
    This would be my choice : Kuttenberg ( Kutna Hora ) NPEA Böhmen
    But that's probably only funny to dutch people...
    die hollanders toch.....

    I'm belgian, so....
    I don't really think this is aproprate for this forum, m8....

    beetje laag bij de grondse humor....

  3. #13
    The list in post 1 has been updated and now shows all currently-known NPEA. There are still some dates missing which future research will hopefully correct.

  4. #14
    Just a quick update on Oranienstein: the founding date of NPEA Oranienstein is noted in the book 'Chronik der Volksschule (Hindenburgschule) Diez 1934 as being the 1st of April 1934. The list previously had this date as July 1934.

    Also, NPEA Lambach is shown in Hilgemann's 'Atlas zur deutschen Zeitgeschichte' 1984 as having been in use between 1942 and 1944. The list previously showed: 'NPEA Lambach planned for Gau Oberdonau for 1940. Unconfirmed as yet' which came from the 'NPEA Daggers' book.

  5. #15

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    It's missing a few but shows where the majority of them are...
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  6. #16

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    Quote Originally Posted by kylesbullets View Post
    It's missing a few but shows where the majority of them are...
    10479408_900559433301918_4055707074312211661_o.jpg
    sorry but I prefer this overview because the card you showed is too rough.....!
    example, the institution of Rufach in Alsace (France)
    écoles napola.jpg

  7. #17

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    In my "Handbook" I mentioned in footnote 226 a list, which was published
    in the RAD Verordnunsgblatt from May 5, 1942. Further other sources were
    mentioned. For those interested:

    NPEA-1 img619.jpg

    NPEA-2 img620.jpg

    NPEA-3 img621.jpg

    NPEA-4 img622.jpg

  8. #18

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    This was published August 31, 1943:

    NPEA-5.jpg

    Consult earlier post. When writing my book I forgot to include
    this source with my earlier mentioned note.

  9. #19
    Very useful Wim. Many thanks. NPEA Vorau wasn't on the list in post #1 so I've updated it

  10. #20
    Just wondering whether this NPEA wore the "NPEA Wien-Theresanium" triangle. It would appear that the Wien NPEA had a hand in gaining control of the monastery in 1940 prior to it becoming NPEA Vorau.

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