Wwii German Soldbuch Id. Lieutenant 16 & 6 Armee. Decorated 2 Times + 4 Photos
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Wwii German Soldbuch Id. Lieutenant 16 & 6 Armee. Decorated 2 Times + 4 Photos:
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Following policy, this book will not be shipped to European countries or other countries that prohibit items from WWII Germany.German Soldbuch 2nd World War, belonging to Kanonier Leutnant (Lieutenant Gunner) Willi Karl Kasper. Soldbuch discharged on October 14, 1940. Originally belonged to Vermessungs Abteilung 607 Verm. Batterie (Mot) , Surveying and Mapping unit, attached to the 19 Armee . These units had assigned several anti-tank pieces and infantry platoons, because they acted very near the front line and in the rear where they could be attacked by partisan forces. With his unit participated in the Campaign of France and in June 1941, fought in Operation Barbarossa, the invasion of the Soviet Union, attached to Army Group North, in the conquest of the Baltic States and northern Russia to participate in the siege of Leningrad, where he remained until February 1944, with the Soviet offensive that liberated the city and pushed back the German Army gradually until Kurland´s Peninsula. Between April and August of 1943, this unit was assigned to anti-partisan fighting in the vicinity of the town of Krasnoye, south of Leningrad. In September 1944, this officer is transferred to Vermessungs und Karten Abteilung (Mot.) 631 K. Batterie , part of the rebuilt 6 Armee, (completely destroyed in the Battle of Stalingrad and re-formed in March of 1943), within the Army Group South, which by then was in Romania. The new Soviet offensive, forced the withdrawal into Hungary, to the city of Budapest, where several of its units were involved in the defense of the city. With the remains of the 6th Army, was tried a new offensive on Lake Balaton, with aim of freeing Budapest, which failed miserably. The survivors surrendered in the Alps to the U.S. Army in March of 1945. Soldbuch with numerous inputs: material delivery (between this, a gun of 7.65 mm. Owned), permits, vaccinations. Entered in military hospitals on several occasions: in November 1943 and March 1944 was admitted Flu and pneumonia, and in June 1944, was admitted for Malaria. Decorated on two occasions:
1) Russian Campaign Medal 1941-1942 (Ostmedaiile), colloquially called "frozen meat medal", granted on August 7, 1942.
2) War Merit Cross 2nd class with swords (Kriegsverdientskreuz 2 klass mit Swertern, KVK2), issued April 10, 1944. Soldbuch very well maintained with all pages and cover photograph (you can see the collar patches of Lieutenant). Some pages loose. The Soldbuch is accompanied by four photographs that you see the lieutenant with his comrades in Russia (see the photos). Impresive document, verdifficult to achieve. Great article , for collectors. Few documents are so well informed. Interesting document of the Second World War with deterioration and normal wear for the passage of time ...and a war. Take a piece of the History to yourself to house.
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