Sportbuch des HJ-Führers (Führersportabzeichen)

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Part Two

25.10.1939

Gefolgschaftsführer Schöne is appointed leader of Bann and Jungbann 419 Bornhöved.

17.11.1940

The leader of the HJ-Bann visits the units of the Jungstamm Bornhöved. Fähnlein 7/419 (Jungzug 1) arrives in Bornhöved at 9 a.m. in winter service dress. The other Fähnleins will line up at their places: 6/419 Rickling, 8/419 Krems II and 9/419 Berlin.

13./14.06.1942

The HJ Stamm II/419 Bornhöved takes part in the Bannsportfest of Bann 419 Bornhöved in Neumünster.

03./04.07.1943

In Neumünster, the Hitler Youth of Neumünster and Segeberg take part in a comparison competition as part of the Bannsportfest. Bann 419 and 822 Bornhöved take part.

03.05.1944

Gefolgschaft 7/822 of the Hitler Youth line up for roll call with the Bannführer at 8.30 p.m. in Bornhöved.

And that was it. As informative as it was up to 1939, it was just as poor in the wartime.
 

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Good stuff Jack. Many thanks, Here's what I had in my list for 419:

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I also have nothing currently post-1940. For 1944 I always insert the name/rank shown in the SHAEF report and if I am able to confirm that data, I add "Bann," before it. I haven't yet been able to confirm Storm as being in post in 1944. I have found that if the SHAEF list names someone it is usually the leader in 1943 but it contains a lot of errors.
 

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Yes, unfortunately the 3 May 1944 entry only says "Appell mit dem Bannführer", no name.
As I wrote over at the bann numbers, the joint events at least suggest that both 419 and 822 could have been led by the same person (Storm?). Let's see if that can be confirmed somehow.
 

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Yes indeed. I have no coverage at all for Gebiet 6 in terms of Gebietsbefehle which is a shame as they would show exactly what happened. However, it's more fun sometimes to find the information in different ways.
 

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Considering that Bornhöved - the namesake of Bann 419 - has only formed Gefolgschaft/Fähnlein 7 in the new Bann 822 since 1943, this suggests that 419 must have been renamed, possibly Neumünster. It is a shame that this is not yet certain, but it is at least a working hypothesis.
The Segeberger Zeitung would certainly provide information, since only the news concerning Schmalenberg has been used here.
 

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Amazing information and research from you 2, thank you very much!
 
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