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    The 1937 Organization Buch goes only up to 444.

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    Have you checked the bann lists here https://www.HJ-research.com/forum/f69/ ?

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    Bann 445 is Hoya. Henrik's link will give you the matching Gebiet and Obergebiet.

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    Thank you Garry,

    It is Hoya of course. I will do a little more research on the town.

    The symbols show 2/VI/73 and 1/445.

    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by cemifor View Post
    Have you checked the bann lists here https://www.HJ-research.com/forum/f69/ ?

    ../henrik
    I need to obtain 25 posts. Working on it without just posting "nice cap" 23 times.

    Beitzen

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    I can't find much out about Hoya wartime. Today there is only 2000-3000 people, so there was probably less then. So, a very small HJ unit.

    Beitzen

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    Quote Originally Posted by beitzen7 View Post
    I need to obtain 25 posts. Working on it without just posting "nice cap" 23 times.

    Beitzen
    Hi Beitzen,

    Bann Hoya was in Gebiet Niedersachsen/Obergebiet Nord. Saves you the 'nice cap' problem :)

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    flag

    This is on the Hoya flag. Any idea what all three numbers stand for in conjunction with the 1/445?

    Pre and post number designations?

    John
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    Any ideas on the relationship between the two series of numbers

    2/VI/73 and 1/445?

    Beitzen

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