"The photographs of Obltn. Wolff are taken shortly before his death (15.9.),
because the Pionierkompanie 89 arrived to the Flandern area after the 10th
of September. All the time Wolff was airborne at Marckebeeke (Marcke)." (31.08.04)
That's the legend which Manfred wrote for the two Wolff photographs, when Taz was so kind and made the whole album available to him.
The article in Over The Front, you so often mentioned here, is written by Terry Phillips and Aaron Weaver. Also in the acknowledgments you will not find the name of Manfred Thiemeyer.
By the way, it's a great article, thanks to the authors! Even when Taz located Pionierkompanie 89 with Pionierpark Nachtigal, which may be doubtfull for the exact place.
Last edited by passat54; 3 March 2008 at 07:18 AM.