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Red cross enquiry 5.SS-Division Wiking KIA 1945 Hungary


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Red cross document “Deutsches Rotes Kreuz Suchdienst” for homecoming soldiers from POW camp. They were asked to give information about soldiers of their former unit that were still missing in action.

In this case 1958 enquiry for:
Karl Curs born 1924
Unit 4./Aufklärungs-Abteilung Wiking (5. SS-Panzer-Division Wiking).

Homecoming POW Leo Schneider from Windsheim tells that Karl was appr. Apr.45 with his unit in Austria and that he left the unit unathorized (meaning desertion) on a transport to Hohe-Tauern (Austria). Information below states that he was KIA near Stuhlweissenburg in Hungary.

Recent information German War Casualties Organization:
Surname: Curs
Forename: Karl
Rank: Sturmmann
Date of birth: 18.08.1924
Place of birth: Rüstringen
Date of death/becoming missing: 20.02.1945
Place of death/becoming missing: b. Stuhlweissenburg
Karl Curs was not recovered during our re-interment activities.

Weight 0.01 kg


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