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KVK1 EK2 grouping First Sergeant Army Intelligence 4 awards

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Wilhelm Jerger, First Sergeant Army Intelligence
1) Iron Cross 2nd Class, 15.11.41. Signed by the CO of the 101.Inf.-Div., Generalleutnant Josef Brauner von Haydringen (GCiG).
2) Winter War Medal, 14.8.42. Signed by the CO of 2./N.101, Captain Strassburger.
3) War Merit Cross 2nd Cl. with Swords, 30.1.44. Signed by the CO of the 101. Jäger-Division, Generalleutnant (later General of Mountain Troops) Emil Vogel (GCiG 25.4.42, Kn.Cr. 7.8.43, Oak.L. 14.5.44).
4) War Merit Cross 1st Cl. with Swords, 17.5.45. Provisional document of entitlement. Signed by the CO of Nachrichten-Abteilung 101, Major Strassburger (same man as 2)).
He served 1941-1945 with Nachrichten-Abteilung 101, the intelligence unit of the 101.light Infantry-Division, 6.7.42 renamed in 101.Jäger-Division. Operating at the eastern front: Jun.41-Aug.42 at Southern-Russia (Uman, Kiew, Charkow (where he got the EK2), Donez, Isjum, Rostow and Maikop), Sep.42 Caucasus, 1943 at Kuban, Taman, Saporosche an Berislaw, 1944 under the 1st Tank-Army in Northern-Ukraine (Berislaw, Nikolajew, Winniza, Hube, Lemberg and the Carpathes), 1945 at Slovakia.

Weight 0.02 kg

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