Alte Kameraden „Schwedenzug/Schwedenkompanie“

SS-Panzer-Aufklärungs-Abteilung 11
Six Swedish officers in the Waffen-SS at the Narva front in the spring of 1944. From left to right: SS-Untersturmführer Gösta Borg (5.Wiking/11.Nordland 1941 – 1945). Ukraine in 1941, Breslau and Bad Tölz in 1943 – 1944, Ost Preußen, Viborg, Narva, Warszawa and the Ardennes in 1944. He returned to Sweden in 1945. SS-Untersturmführer Hans-Caspar Krueger (5.Wiking/11.Nordland/33.Charlemagne 1942 – 1945). Klagenfurt and Bad Tölz in 1943 and 1944. Ukraine in 1943, Narva in 1944 and Berlin in 1945. Exiled in Argentina after WWII. SS-Untersturmführer Hans-Gösta Pehrsson, later promoted SS-Hauptsturmführer (Freikorps Danmark/11.Nordland 1941 – 1945). Novgorod in 1941 – 1942. Leningrad in 1942, Bad Tölz in 1943, Narva, Estonia and Latvia in 1944 and in Pomerania and Berlin in 1945. He returned to Sweden 1945. SS-Untersturmführer Gunnar Eklöf (5.Wiking/11.Nordland/17.Götz von Berlichingen 1941 – 1945). Bad Tölz and Croatia in 1943, Narva and Dünaburg in 1944 and Berlin in 1945. He returned to Sweden in 1945. SS-Obersturmführer Carl Ferdinand Stodenberg Svensson (5.Wiking/11.Nordland/12.Hitlerjugend 1941 – 1945). Bad Tölz in 1942, Leningrad in 1943, in the Balkans, Normandie, Arnhem and Narva in 1944 and on the Rhine front 1945 before he returned to Sweden in 1945. SS-Untersturmführer Carl-Johannes Torkel Tillman (11.Nordland/12.Hitlerjugend 1942 – 1944). Sennheim and Bad Tölz in 1943. Narva and Normandie in 1944. Killed in action on June 26 1944 in Normandie. Behind the camera is SS-Untersturmführer Rune Ahlgren (11.Nordland 1943 – 1944). Bad Tölz. Narva and Latvia in 1944. Killed in action on October 30 1944 at Preekuln, Latvia as platoon commander in Nordland. Public domain.

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