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NSKOV documents Coproral AR227 227.ID Leningrad KIA 1943


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Werner Hus, Corporal (Obergefreiter) Artillery.

10 documents (1943) of his NSKOV file (NS-Kriegsopferversorgung, National Socialist War Victims Welfare Service) concerning his death.

Born 1913. He served 1943 with 2./Artillerie-Regiment 227 of the 227.Infanterie-Division 1942-43 active in Leningrad. He was KIA (by shrapnel) on 20.1.43 in Kelkolowo (38 miles east from Sankt Petersburg).

Recent information German War Casualties Organization:
Nachname: Hus
Vorname: Werner Friedrich August
Dienstgrad: Obergefreiter
Geburtsdatum: 13.07.1913
Geburtsort: Ennigloh
Todes-/Vermisstendatum: 20.01.1943
Todes-/Vermisstenort: Kelkolowo
Grave: Sologubowka-St.Petersburg – Sammelfrdh. (Rußland)

Weight 0.06 kg


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