I have put online an album here that shows some early sachsen occupation zone polizei and volkspolizei :http://www.militaria-archive.com/Albums ... index.html
The WW2 era pictures include bomb damaged Dessau, a decorated (wounded) Luftwaffe veteran in field camouflage & Schutzpolizei & Schupo motor cycle rider, assorted Panzer, Luftwaffe & Heer troops. Pictures showing Heer soldiers in Bulgaria posing for formal group portraits with Bulgarian national army troops at the Black Sea (Varna). The pictures continue through to the the immediate post-war period of Soviet Occupation in Dessau (1946). These communist occupation era pictures show rare early East German Occupation Zone Sachsen Polizei uniforms (pre Volkspolizei), including formal portraits, group picture with hounds & communist badge wearing NSU motorcycle rider. Occupation zone Sachsen Polizei were from June 1946 under the German Administration of Interior (DVdI) through October 1949 when the Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) was established along with the DVdI being renamed to the Ministry of Interior (MdI). Also shown is a 1955 Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) cultural/propaganda event believed to be in Dessau. This event is captured in a series of candid photographs, visible in the background are communist & Lenin portraits on the walls. It includes a propaganda parade which contained several floats, one depicting concentration camp inmates behind barbed wire being taunted by a SS uniformed guard. Also shown is the leisure boat ‘Maxim Gorky’ & the East Berlin Gedenkstätte der Sozialisten Friedrichsfelde Central Cemetery memorial. Other locations include Herrlicher Waldweg, Stendal (in Saxony-Anhalt) & Sommerfreude.
Here are a few of the uniform shots :