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Group Gefreiter 371.ID Ukraine Upper Schlesia ISA VWA silver


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Adolf Birnbaum, Lance Corporal (Gefreiter) Army Infantry

1) Soldbuch, Heavily used condition. With civil pass photo.
2) Infantry Assault Badge in Silver, 4.9.44. Signed by the CO of Divisions-Füsilier-Bataillon 371, Hauptmann. Heavily used condition.
3) Wound Badge in Silver, 2.3.45. Signed by the CO of Feldlazarett 101, Stabsarzt. Used condition. Issued because he got wounded three times.

Born 1925 in Aachen. He served: Dec.43 with Grenadier-E.u.A.-Bataillon 306 based in Venlo Holland; 1943-44 with Grenadier-Ausbildungs-Bataillon 39 (Füsilier-Ausbildungs-Bataillon 39) based in Düsseldorf; 1944-45 with Divisions-Füsilier-Bataillon 371 of the 371.Infanterie-Division active in Croatia, Southern Russia, Ukraine and Upper Schlesia. He got wounded three times: 21.8.44 (Krakau area) by shrapnel but stayed with his unit, 16.2.45 (Upper Schlesia) again by shrapnel and stayed with his unit and finally on 8.3.45 (shot, also Upper Schlesia) and now hospitalized in Germany till at least Jan.46.

Weight 0.10 kg


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