EK1 CCC grouping Corporal Infantry 26.ID 227.ID France Russia
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Franz Liedtke, Corporal (Obergefreiter) Infantry / Infantry Gun (Infanteriegeschütz) platoon.
1) Close Combat Clasp 1st Grade (in Bronze), 21.10.44. Signed by the CO of Grenadier-Regiment 366, Major. Awarded for 15 close combat days.
2) Iron Cross 1st Class, 6.10.44. Signed by the CO of the 227.Infanterie-Division, Generalmajor Maximilian Wengler (Kn.Cr. 1.12.42; Oak.L. 22.4.44; Swords 21.1.45; KIA 25.4.45 in Pillau).
3) Infantry Assault Badge in Silver, 7.9.44. Signed by Major Wilhelm Bergmann (GR366; GCiG 22.9.44).
4) Iron Cross 2nd Class, 10.3.44. Signed by the CO of the 227.Infanterie-Division, Generalleutnant (later General der Artillerie) Wilhelm Berlin (Kn.Cr. 6.3.44).
5) Wound Badge in Black, 24.6.40.Signed by the CO of III./Infanterie-Regiment 39, Hauptmann Kamps.
He served 1940 with 10./Infanterie-Regiment 39 of the 26.Infanterie-Division active in France (Somme, Aisne, Champagne). He got wounded for the first time on 23.5.40 but was most probably not hospitalized. 1944 he served with 13.(IG)/ Grenadier-Regiment 366 of the 227.Infanterie-Division active in Northern Russia (1944 Narwa, Pleskau, Livland, Kurland; 1945 Kurland and Weichsel).