25 October 2015

0077 | Photo | Höherer SS- und Polizeiführer Alpenland



The face of a man well aware of his terrible fate: Franc Kunaver Sulc, the only surviving member of the Partisan Pohorje Battalion; posing with him are the contented German policemen, who bounded his hands in chains. In a forest camp at Osankarica on Pohorje, in a three-hour battle against six companies of the Order Police, 350 members of the Army and a battalion of the ethnic German militia, died all 69 (of 70) members of the Partisan battalion. A few months later, Sulc was killed as well, as a hostage. He was 29 years old, a locksmith by profession, born in the village of Stranska Vas, near Dobrova.

Text © Ivan Ž.

Photographer: Delti Ordelt.
Date: 8 January 1943.
Location: Osankarica (Slovenska Bistrica), Yugoslavia.
Original caption: unknown.

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Lice čoveka svesnog svoje strašne sudbine: Franc Kunaver Sulc, jedini preživeli pripadnik partizanskog Pohorskog bataljona; pored njega zadovoljno poziraju nemački policajci, koji su mu ruke vezali lancima. U šumskom logoru na Osankarici na Pohorju, u tročasovnoj borbi protiv šest četa policije poretka, 350 pripadnika vojske i jednog bataljona folksdojčerske milicije, izginulo je svih 69 (od 70) pripadnika partizanskog bataljona. Nekoliko meseci kasnije, ubijen je i Sulc, kao talac. Imao je 29 godina, a po zanimanju je bio bravar, rodom iz sela Stranska Vas, blizu Dobrove.

Tekst © Ivan Ž.

Fotograf: Delti Ordelt.
Datum: 8. januar 1943.
Mesto: Osankarica (Slovenska Bistrica), Jugoslavija.
Originalni natpis: nepoznat.

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