Anton Stephan, Sergeant (Feldwebel) Army Infantry
1) Wehrpass, 9.7.36. With RAD pass photo.
2) Large death certificate DIN A4. Signed by the CO of 1./Infanterie-Regiment 256.
3) Condolence letter 15.10.41 sent by the CO of his unit to his wife with details regarding his death. Field post number 09499B: 1./Infanterie-Regiment 256.
4) Letter Handwerkskammer Wiesbaden, 28.10.37. Regarding his trade qualification papers.
5) Postcard sized photo of his field grave together with the graves of two comrades.
6) Postcard sized uniform photo.
Entitled to: Iron Cross 2nd Class and Westwall Medal.
Tailor born 1915 in Lindenholzhausen. RAD service Oct.35-Mar.36 in Limburg. He served: Nov.37-Nov.40 with Infanterie-Regiment 80 of the 34.Infanterie-Division home based in Wetzlar, 1939-40 based at the westwall, since May 40 active in France (Maginot line, Aisne, Loire, Soissons, Picardie) and occupation force France (demarcation line, Pas de Calais, french coast); Dec.40-Jan.41 with training unit Ubungs-Infantere-Regiment B; Feb.-Oct.41 with 1./Infanterie-Regiment 256 of the 112.Infanterie-Division active in Middle Russia (Bobruisk, Dnjepr, St.Bychow, Gomel, Kiew, Brjansk). He was KIA 15.10.41, shot in his belly and died after operation.