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Soldbuch Sergeant Artillery 34.ID AR342 342.ID Russia EK1

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(D21315) 190 euro
Johann Steinmetz, Sergeant (Oberwachtmeister) Artillery.

1) Soldbuch, 24.8.44. Duplicate issue “Zweitschrift” without pass photo (as issued, not removed).

2) Certificate of Discharge, 1945. Bad condition.
3) Personal Data Sheet, 1945.


Entitled to: Westwall medal (20.3.40), Winter War Medal (8.8.42), Wound Badge in Black (7.7.43), Iron Cross 2nd Class (8.7.43), Wound Badge in Silver (14.5.44), General Assault Badge (17.9.44) and Iron Cross 1st Class (8.10.44).

Born 1915 in Temmels living in Königswinter-Siegburg. Military service since 1938. Before 1943 (on dog-tag) he served with Artillerie-Regiment 34 of the 34.Infanterie-Division. 1943-1945 he served with Artillerie-Regiment 342 of the 342.Infanterie-Division active in Middle Russia and Ukraine (Rshew, Spass-Demensk, Mogilew, Tschaussy, Eastern Prussia, Kowel, Baranow). He got wounded several times: 4.7.43 shot by infantry, 30.9.43 by shrapnel in his right arm, 29.1.45 shot again. According to an entry on page 8a he owned a Belgian 9mm pistol.

Weight 0.06 kg

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