Karl Glock, police man (Unterwachtmeister) Landespolizei, Sergeant (Feldwebel) Army Infantry
Entitled to: Iron Cross 2nd Class, Infantry Assault Badge, although not eneterd he was also entitled to a wound badge.
Farmer born 1911 in Schwabsburg Oppenheim. Police schooling Apr.34-Jan.35 at Landespolizeischule Darmstadt and Jan.35-Mar.36 as police man (Unterwachtmeister) serving with the Landespolzei in Mainz. He served: Mar.-Oct.36 with Infanterie-Regiment 81 based in Mainz, formed 1936 with police men; Oct.36-Aug.39 with Infanterie-Regiment 87 of the 36.Infanterie-Division based in Mainz; Aug.39-Jan.40 with Infanterie-Regiment 483 of the Aug.39 new formed 263.Infanterie-Division securing the border in the Eifel and Aachen area; Jan.-Jun.40 with Infanterie-Regiment 506 of the 291.Infanterie-Division active in de campaign in Holland, Belgium and France (Somme, Aisne, Oise, Oise-Aisne chanel, Chemin des Dames). He got wounded 9.6.40 (both legs were shot) at the Aisne front and was hospitalized and for recovery till Aug.44 attached to Infanterie-Ersatz-Bataillon 44 in Neuhaus Böhmen und Mährern. Aug.40-Aug.41 again serving with Infanterie-Regiment 506 of the 291.Infanterie-Division active in Northern Russia (Baltikum, Reval, Leningrad). He was KIA on 16.8.41 in Peyatse (Northern Russia near Leningrad) and after WW2 reburied at the war cemetery in Narva.
Recent information German War Casualties Organization:
Date of birth: 08.09.1911
Place of birth: Schwalbsburg
Date of death/becoming missing: 16.08.1941
Place of death/becoming missing: Peyatse
Karl Glock is buried in the military cemetery in Narva. Endgrablage: auf diesem Friedhof