Catalogue description Fred Hermann BRANDT: Estonian, naturalised German. Having passed through Estonian,...

Ordering and viewing options

  • £3.50

  • Download size approximately 95 MB. Download format PDF

Details of KV 2/752
Reference: KV 2/752

Fred Hermann BRANDT: Estonian, naturalised German. Having passed through Estonian, Russian and Latvian citizenship, BRANDT became a German in 1941. He was an entomologist and had spent time doing research in Persia. In 1941 he was taken on by German Intelligence for a mission to Afghanistan to foment unrest. On his return to Berlin he joined the Brandenderg Regiment. In 1943 he had a posting to Albania and elsewhere in the Balkans. While there he established contact with a British officer who eventually arranged for his ''defection'' to the Allies

Date: 1943 Aug 06-1947 Mar 21
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Former reference in its original department: PF600632
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: English
Physical description: file(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description
Access conditions: Retained Until 2002
Record opening date: 01 May 2002

To download this record without a watermark, please add it to your basket.

Subject image
Image   of {{thumbImages.length}}
Loading image ...

The above image viewer has been changed to allow users to preview our digital downloads before purchase. How would you rate this image viewer?

Please do not include personal contact details.

Have you found an error with this catalogue description?

Help with your research