Ref #: D-U-22
ULTRA RARE SS WHITE TUNIC, WITH MATCHING BLACK ALLGEMEINE TUNIC, NAMED TO SS STURMBANNFUHRER DR. KARL LUDCKE
These tunics were liberated from a house in Kassel by
a Canadian Army soldier in 1945.
Dr. Karl Ludcke
Born 3/11/1897 Berlin
NSDAP # 3472238
SS # 290820
to SS Captain on 1.11.1938
to SS Major on 9.11.1938
Decorations and Honorable Medals:
Iron Cross 1st and 2nd Class
Wound Badge in Black
Olympic Honorary Claps 1st Class
Remembrance Occupation Medal Prag
Distinguished Police Service Step 1
Armed Sport Badge
20.4.1939 SS Honor Sword
21.12.1939 Winter Solstice or Juletide
20.6.1943 Death's Head Ring
1941-1943 Commander of Gestapo and SD in Kassel
1943-1944 Commander of Gestapo and SD in Chalons-Sur-Maine in France
1944-1945 Transferred to Eastern Front, KIA
Grouping includes rare white SS tunic with name inside pocket, Black
Allgemeine Tunic ( no name ), 35 pages photo copy's from Sturmbannfuhrer Karl Ludke personal files and research and translate done by Stenger Historical and the paybook of the liberating Canadian soldier.
Tunics were acquired from one of the top SS collectors in North America.
They have also been viewed by various experts at the 2009 SOS show.
Hats, belts, decorations, dagger are NOT INCLUDED
Set can be split for sale