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Deutsch-Arbische Legion DAK Africa Corps 1942-46 POW USA


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Lot fieldpost (and POW post) of Unteroffizier Eberhard Neumann. DAK, German Africa Corps.
1) 4x (May 42- Aug.42) Artillerie-Ersatz-Abteilung(mot)59, artillery replacements unit based in Frankfurt.
2) 1x (10.12.42) fieldpost number 11255 = Feldgenesenden-Kompanie 10, medical field unit (for recovery) of the 10.Panzergrenadier-Division, then active in Russia (Krementschug).
3) 2x fieldpost (and one fieldpost package label) Mar.-Apr.43, fieldpost number 26511M = Stabskompanie für deutsch-arabische Legion Sonderverband of Panzer-AOK5 (also named Sonderverband 287, Wüsten-Sonderverband). Active in Africa (German Africa Corps) with German and Arabic soldiers. Destroyed at Tunis. Notice the funny arabic card with anti-american cartoon.
4) POW camp post, 24.11.43. Prisioner of War camp Opelika, New York USA.
5) 2x POW camp post. May 44 and Nov.44. POW camp Fort Benning in the USA.
6) POW camp post, 22.7.46. POW camp Victoria in Suffolk (England).

Weight 0.10 kg


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