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Award documents NCO 17.ID 101.Jäger-Division 1942-44


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Alois Stillner, medical NCO (Sanitäts-Unteroffizier) light Infantry and transport unit.
1) Wound Badge in Black, 18.4.42. Backside reinforced with a piece of tape.
2) Wound Badge in Silver, 12.1.44. Backside reinforced with a piece of tape.
3) Iron Cross 2nd Class, 28.3.44. Signed by General der Infanterie Maurits Wiktorin (Kn.Cr.15.8.40).

He served 1942 with 9./leichte Fahr-Kolonne 17 of the 17.Infanterie-Division active in Middle Russia (Moscow, Juchnow, Gshatsk). He got wounded for the first time on 10.2.42 and was hospitalized in Vienna. 1943-44 he served with 11./Jäger-Regiment 229 of the 101.Jäger-Division active in Southern Russia, Caucasus and Northern Ukraine. He got severely wounded (probably Dec.43) and was hospitalized in Regensburg.

Weight 0.10 kg


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