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GCiG group Oberleutnant 65.Infanterie-Division Italy 1943-1945

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Wili Mixa, Oberleutnant Infantry.

1) Iron Cross 1st Class, 8.12.43. Signed by the CO of the 65. Infanterie-Division, Generalmajor Helmuth Pfeiffer (GCiG 31.10.42, Kn.Cr. 26.11.41, Oak.L. 5.9.44).
2) Wound Badge in Black, 18.12.43. Signed by the CO of Grenadier-Regiment 145, Hauptmann.
3) German Cross in Gold, 28.11.44.
4) Infantry Assault Badge in Silver, 3.1.45. Signed by the CO of the 559.Volks-Grenadier-Division, Generalmajor Kurt Freiherr von Mühlen (GCiG 28.2.42, Kn.Cr. 6.11.42, Oak.L. 9.1.45).

He served: 1943-1944 with Grenadier-Regiment 145 of the 65.Infanterie-Division active in Italy (1943 Ferrara, La Spezia, Adria, Sangro – 1944 Genua, Nettuno, Liguria, Livorno, Pisa Bologna); 1945 with Grenadier-Regiment 1125 of the 559.Volks-Grenadier-Division active in Lothringen, Saarpfalz and Saarbrücken. He got wounded for the first time on 11.10.43 (Italy) but was most probably not hospitalized.

Weight 0.10 kg

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