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EK1 grouping Feldwebel Infanterie-Regiment 82 31.ID Russia


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G. Gamball, Sergeant (Feldwebel) Infantry.
1) Wound Badge in Black, 24.10.41. Signed by the CO of 9./IR82 Major. Document was torn in two halves and repaired with adhesive tape.
2) Iron Cross 1st Class, 13.1.42. Signed by the CO of the 31.Infanterie-Division, Generalmajor Gerhard Berthold (KIA 14.4.42 at Korolevka, Kn.Cr.4.12.41).
3) Infantry Assault Badge, 2.12.41. Size DinA4. Sign4ed by the CO of IR82, Oberst Friedrich Hossbach (Kn.Cr.7.10.40, Oak.L.11.9.43, later Generalleutnant and commander of the LVI.Panzer-Korps).

He served 1941-42 with 9./Infanterie-Regiment 82 (Oct.42 renamed Grenadier-Regiment 82) of the 31.Infanterie-Division. 1941-42 active in Middle Russia (Minsk, Smolensk, Wiasma, Brjansk, Tula, Moscow, Juchnow, Wjasma). He got wounded for the first time on 19.7.41 (during the battle at Minsk)

Weight 0.05 kg


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