KV 2/1701 - KV 2/1706
and Vera von Wedel
alias Erikson, and von Schalburg
Page initiated 10 December 2019
Status: 30 January 2020
Part_I (Since 14 December 2019)
Part II (Since 24 December 2019)
Part_III (Since 2 January 2020)
Part_VI (Since 6 January 2020)
Part V (Since 15 January 2020)
Part VI (Since, 23 January 2020)
Part VII (Since, 23 January 2020)
Part VIII (Since, 29 January 2020)
Part IX (Since, 3 February 2020)
After having prepared Part IV I approached Vera's file series with KV 2/14.
This instantly brought me in touch with an entire new file series:
KV 2/17, KV 2/18, KV 2/19 (respectively on Waelti 2/17) and De Deeker (Drueke) on KV 2/18 and KV 19
Followed by a series:
KV 2/20, KV 21, KV 2/22 and KV 2/23
All unknown to me and unexpected findings.
After going through the first series, I is clear that a new "environment series" had been unearthed.
It is evident that we should have to deal with some of it.
A brief approach already proves, that what was dealt with before is, in many respect, rubbish!
Consequently, these series have to be approached in a rather comprehensive manner.
KV 2/14 - KV 2/15 - KV 2/16
is enough reason to go for it, seriously!
The latter series only are dedicated to Vera Schalburg and likely other aliases she have exploited.
Hilmar Gustav Johannes Dierks
Vera Schalburg (Baroness Vera von Wedel)(Vera Erikson)
Better photographs of Wälti (Waelti) Werner Heinrich; only the picture is true, his apparent name isn't
What might have been his true credentials?
Photo derived from Waelti / Wälti's passport of 1937
In my perception: a photo with a more sympathetic face.
Drücke (Druecke) Karl Theodor (Because simply Theo is rather unusually used for those once baptised, in Germany)
The wireless apparatus, causing the death of both: Drücke and Wälti, were the wireless spy sets of type: SE 92/3
Since: 3 February 2020
We had traced, as a consequence of our Part VIIIa, the Christensen file KV 2/3306
Albeit, that in some respect I feel myself a bit un-easy.
Though, after going through it several times, it might be our only source that throws some new light on the late 1939 environment of Vera.
Already, hinted in some of her wartime interrogations, by her British interrogators; the Christensen's file might throw essential light on: as to how Vera had got in touch with the German Abwehr-X, in Hamburg.
Therefore we have created:
Vera von Schalburg, alias Eriksen, photo taken January 1942
Part_IX (Since, 3 February 2020)
Part_I → Part 1 (KV 2/1701-1 & 2) (since 14 December 2019)
Part II → Part II (KV 2/1701-3 - 1704-1) (since24 December 2019)
Part_III → Part III (KV 2/1704-2) (Since 2 January 2020)
Part_IV → Part IV (KV 2/1705-1 & 2 - KV 2/1706) (Since 6 January 2020)
Part_V → Part V (KV 2/19 & KV 2/14-1) (Since 15 January 2020)
Part_VI → Part VI (KV 2/14-2-3) (Since, 23 January 2020)
Part_VII → Part VII (KV 2/15-2) (Since, 23 January 2020)
Part VIII → Part VIIIa (KV 2/15-3 + KV 2/16) (Since, 30 January 2020)
Part_IX → Part IX (KV 2/3306 partially) (Since, 3 February 2020)
To be continued in due course
By Arthur O. Bauer