Grouping NCO Infantry 212.ID 215.ID France Russia amputation Ek2
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Alfons Müller, NCO (Unteroffizier) Infantry (infantry gun platoon).
1) Soldbuch, 12.4.40. Without pass photo as issued (not removed), pass photos not possible before 1944 !!
2) Wehrstammbuch, 28.12.38. Official counterpart of the Wehrpass (same entries) kept by the Military District Office.
3) Statement of Aryan (non-Jewish) descent, 15.1.36.
4) Statement by the police in Miesbach that he has no criminal record, 3.2.36.
5) Stammrollenauszug / military transfer document, 1941. For he transfer from 13./Infanterie-Regiment 423. Size Din A4.
6) Stammrollenauszug / military transfer document, 18.3.42. 13./Infanterie-Regiment 380. Transferred because he was wounded. Size Din A4.
7) Statement of discharge, 20.1.44. Heeres Entlassungsstelle 2 Munich. Size Din A4.
8) “Fehlkarte” filing card of the military district office used when the Wehstammbuch was temporarily filed elsewhere.
Entitled to: Wound Badge in Black (31.1.42), Iron Cross 2nd Class (3.4.42), Wound Badge in Silver (3.4.42 for one severe injury (amputation of his right arm)) and Winter War Medal (16.9.42).
Tiler born 1913 in Rosenheim. He served: Feb.-May 39 with Infanterie-Regiment 101 based in Leisnig; called-up again in Apr.1940; May 40-May 41 with 13.(IG)/Infanterie-Regiment 423 of the 212.Infanterie-Division active in France (Maginot Line, Toul, Nancy) and occupation force France Chanel Coast; May 41-Feb.42 with 13.(IG)/Infanterie-Regiment 380 of the 215.Infanterie-Division active in Northern Russia (Tichwin, Wolchow). On 1.2.42 (Wolchow area) he got severely injured by shrapnel in his right upper arm and his arm had to be amputated. He was hospitalized till 1.10.43 in Braunschweig and Munich and was finally discharged from military service on 2.2.44.