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Soldbuch and Wehrpass Stabsgefreiter smoke screen and Flak units


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Karl Olligschläger, Staff Corporal (Stabsgefreiter) Luftwaffe Flak (gunner 2cm, 3.7cm and 8.8cm) and smoke screen units.
1) Soldbuch, 4.9.39. Luftwaffe issue with uniform pass photo. Reinforced with some tape. Some pages loose but complete.
2) Wehrpass, 12.5.36. Reinforced with some tape.
Entitled to: Westwall Medal, Wound Badge in Black (20.11.44).
He served 1937-Apr.42 with several Luftwaffe Flak units: May-Jul.37 with 10./Flak-Regiment 2 based in Prenzlau; Aug.38-Jul.40 with Fliegerhorst-Kommandantur (E)11/VI, a Luftwaffe airfield first situated at the Westwall and from May.40 onwards at Laon (France); Jul.-Nov.40 with leichte Res.Flakbattr.10/VI based at the airfield of Bonn-Hangelaar (Germany); Nov.40-Mar.41 with 2./Res.-Flak-Abt.442 based in Essen; Mar.-Nov.41 again with leichte Res.Flakbattr.10/VI (Oct.41 renamed lei.Res.-Flak-Abt.737) based at the airfield of Bonn-Hangelaar; Nov.41-Mar.42 with 4./Flak-Regiment 43 active 1941 at the Balkan and 1942 on Sicily (1943 destroyed at Tunis).Apr.42 was trained at some air blocking and smoke screen units in Germany and he served May.42-Aug.43 with 3./Luftwaffe-Nebel-Abteilung(mot)2, a mobile smoke screen unit active in Norway under the 18th Army, Jun.42 renamed Luftschutz-Nebel-Abtl.(mot)2. Sep.43-Apr.44 he served with Luftwaffe-Nebel-Komp.62(o), a stationary smoke screen unit active in Germany. Apr.-Sep.44 he served (for training with 3.7cm Flak) with some Flak replacements units in Germany and served from Sep.44 till the end of the war with the in Sep.44 new formed II./Flak-Regiment 42(mot), a motorized Flak unit active under the 9.Flak-Division. Active at the Western Front. He got wounded on 11.11.44 (shrapnel head) at the border Germany-Holland but was not hospitalized. His unit surrendered May.45 at Bavaria.

Weight 0.15 kg


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