Grouping ambulance Maultier driver 299.ID and 41.Panzer-Korps
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Otto Huhn, Corporal of Staff (Stabsgfreiter) Ambulance Driver Medical Service / “Maultier” driver.
1) Wehrpass, 14.9.38.
2) Soldbuch, 10.1.40. Without pass photo as issued (not removed!).
3) Iron Cross 2nd Class, 22.7.41. Signed by the CO of the 299.Infanterie-Division, Generalleutnant Willi Moser.
4) Drivers Proficiency Badge in Bronze, 1.6.43. Signed by the medical CO of the 299.Infanterie-Division, Oberstabsarzt.
5) War Merit Cross 2nd Class with Swords, 20.4.44. Signed by the CO of the 299.Infanterie-Division, Generalleutnant Albert Schindler.
6) Military Drivers Licence, 24.8.40. Drivers class for Maultier halftrack added on 20.2.44.
7) NSDAP medical pass, 10.2.39.
8) Civil insurance card, 3.12.38.
9) Large field post cover, 8.8.41. Send to his wife, probably for sending his Iron Cross award document.
10) Temporary registration document Military Government of Germany, 5.7.45.
11) Driving order (Fahrbefehl), 1945. Issued by Staff of the Panzerkorps. Poor condition.
Also entitled to: Winter War Medal (15.8.42).
Born 1910. Civil occupation as a farmer. After basic training Jan.-Feb.40 with Sanitats-Ersatz-Abteilung 9 in Kassel he served Feb.40-Oct.44 as an ambulance truck driver with Kranken-Kraftwagenzug 1/299 of the 299.Infanterie-Division. Active service: 1940 in France, Sep.40-May 41 in Poland, Jun.41-42 active in Southern Russia (Shitomir, Kiew, Donez, Kursk, Orel (Liwny)), 1943-44 active in middle Russia (Brjansk, Gomel, Bobruisk, Witebsk, Grodno, Augustowo, Narew). From Oct.44 till 30.4.45 he served (also as an ambulance driver) with Panzerkorps-Krankenkraftwagenzug 441 of the XXXXI.Panzer-Korps active in Eastern Prussia (ended Apr.45 in Havel).