Karl Fuchs, NCO (Unteroffizier) Army armoured motorized pioneers
1) Winter War Medal, 21.7.42 (mostly issued later 1943-1944) . Signed by the CO of Panzer-Pionier-E.u.A.-Bataillon 5, Oberstleutnant Stickel.
2) General Assault Badge „Sturmabzeichen“, 2.5.43. Signed by the CO of Heeres-Pionier-Bataillon (mot) 127, Major Neusel.
3) Drivers proficiency badge in Bronze, 12.5.43. Signed by the CO of Heeres-Pionier-Bataillon (mot) 127, Major Neusel. Damaged.
4) Wound badge in black, 19.5.43. Issued by military hospital Stuttgart-Hohenheim
5) Special military notice about all drivers licenses he has, 22.7.39. Pionier-Bataillon 5.
6) „Kriegsbeordnung“ war service call-up document, 7.8.39.
7) Accompanying document for sending the assault badge to his wife, 3.5.43. From an Oberleutnant of (field post number 05904) 2./Pionier-Bataillon 127.
8) Military conduct report, 13.10.43. Panzer-Pionier-E.u.A.-Bataillon 5 in Ulm.
9)Transfer document, 14.10.43. In two halves.
10) Special mission instructions and two travel orders from his unit to go to Bettelhecken on his motor cycle for informations about fuel, 9.4.45. Field post number 41337 Pionier-Bataillon 668.
Also entitled to: Iron Cross 2nd Class
Born 1913 in Rohr-Böblingen living in Vaihingen and Stuttgart. He served: 1939 with Pionier-Bataillon 5 in Ulm; 1943 with Heeres-Pionier-Bataillon (mot) 127 (Panzer-Pionier-Bataillon 127) of the 27.Panzer-Division active in Southern Russia (Woronesh, Donez); wounded 31.1.43; till May 43 hospitalized in Stuttgart-Hohenheim; for recovery with Panzer-Pionier-E.u.A.-Bataillon 5 in Ulm; 1945 serving with Pionier-Bataillon 668 active under the 1.Armee in the Saarpfalz area.