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Two documents 1942 NCO IR19 7.ID France Russia EK2

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Josef Bachmayer, NCO (Unteroffizier) Infantry.

1) “Stammrollenauszug”, 13.11.42. Signed by the CO of 13./Grenadier-Regiment 19 “List”, Leutnant. Size Din A4. Transfer and conduct document with promotion data, fought battles, awards etc.
2) Military conduct report, 13.11.42. Also signed by the CO of 13./Grenadier-Regiment 19 “List”, Leutnant. Size Din A4.


Entitled to: Iron Cross 2nd Class (28.6.40), Infantry Assault Badge in Silver (20.2.42) and Winter War Medal (1.8.42).

Furniture maker born 1919 in Bogen. Promotions: 1.11.39 to Lance Corporal (Gefreiter), 1.11.40 to NCO (Unteroffizier). He served Nov.38-Nov.42 with Infanterie-Regiment 19 “List” (Oct.42 renamed Grenadier-Regiment 19 “List”) of the 7.Infanterie-Division Sep.39 active in Slovakia and Poland, Sep.39-May 40 based in the Lower Rhine area, from May 40 onwards active in France (Holland, Belgium, Somme, Loire, occupation force Northern France), from May. 41 onwards active in Middle Russia (Minsk, Smolensk, Wjasma, Moscow, Moshaisk, Gshatsk). In Nov.41 he followed a gas protection course in Lille France.

Weight 0.01 kg

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