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Wehrpass medical NCO WW1 WW2 214.Infanterie-Division

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Georg Hofmann, NCO Army/Airforce Medical Orderly (WW1 and WW2)
1) Wehrpass, 20.9.37
2) “Arbeitsbuch” Labour pass 2nd model, 29.11.40
3) Document, 4.10.45. Stating that he is a labourer to the US-Army.

He served 1915-1920 as medical orderly with Sanitäts-Abteilung 9, an army medical unit. Between both wars he had his own groceries shop. 27.10-27.11.37 he had one month training as medical NCO at an airforce training facility at Hanau (Ausbildungsstelle Hanau). After this training he was promoted to medical NCO of the Airforce. 1939 he was called-up for military serve and served 26.8-1.10.39 with Rgt.Stab Inf.-Rgt.367, staff of army infantry regiment 367 based at Hanau. This unit was placed under the 214.Infanterie-Division. 2-27.10.39 he served with Feldlazarett 214, the field hospital of the 214.Infanterie-Division at that time preparing at the Saarpfalz for the 1940 campaign against Norway. Hofmann was Nov.39 (due to medical problems) sent to the replacement unit San.Ers.Abt.9 at Kassel. He was discharged from military service on 2.3.40.

Weight 0.10 kg

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