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Wehrpass NCO Artillerie Beobachtungs-Abteilung 27 France Russia KIA 1942 Ukraine

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(D22361)

Johann Reichl, NCO (Unteroffizier) Army Artillery

Wehrpass, 17.8.36.

Entitled to: Iron Cross 2nd Class (25.6.40), Remembrance Medal 13th March 1938, Remembrance Medal 1st October 1938.

Furniture maker born 1914 in Maisach Fürstenfeldbruch Bavaria. He served: Oct.36-Oct.37 with Artillerie-Regiment 43 in Landshut; Oct.37-Oct.38 with Artillerie-Regiment 7 in München; Aug.39-Mar.42 with artillery observation unit Beobachtungs-Abteilung 27 formed for the 27.Infanterie-Division, 1939 active in Poland, 1940 placed directly under Heerestruppe active in France (Mosel, Maginot line, Metz) and occupation force France and later Poland, 1941-1942 active under 17.Armee in Southern Russia (Galicia, Ukrain, Donez). He was KIA on 20.3.42 in Sslawjansk-Nord Ukrain.

Recent information German War Causalties Organization:

Johann Reichl

Date of birth 24.03.1914

Place of birth Maisach

Death/missing date 20.03.1942

Death/missing place Slawjansk-Nord

Service rank Unteroffizier

Johann Reichl has not yet been transferred to a military cemetery set up by the Volksbund.

According to the information available to us, his grave is currently in the following place: Slawjansk – Ukraine

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(D22361)

Johann Reichl, NCO (Unteroffizier) Army Artillery

Wehrpass, 17.8.36.

Entitled to: Iron Cross 2nd Class (25.6.40), Remembrance Medal 13th March 1938, Remembrance Medal 1st October 1938.

Furniture maker born 1914 in Maisach Fürstenfeldbruch Bavaria. He served: Oct.36-Oct.37 with Artillerie-Regiment 43 in Landshut; Oct.37-Oct.38 with Artillerie-Regiment 7 in München; Aug.39-Mar.42 with artillery observation unit Beobachtungs-Abteilung 27 formed for the 27.Infanterie-Division, 1939 active in Poland, 1940 placed directly under Heerestruppe active in France (Mosel, Maginot line, Metz) and occupation force France and later Poland, 1941-1942 active under 17.Armee in Southern Russia (Galicia, Ukraine, Donez). He was KIA on 20.3.42 in Sslawjansk-Nord Ukraine.

Recent information German War Causalties Organization:

Johann Reichl

Date of birth 24.03.1914

Place of birth Maisach

Death/missing date 20.03.1942

Death/missing place Slawjansk-Nord

Service rank Unteroffizier

Johann Reichl has not yet been transferred to a military cemetery set up by the Volksbund.

According to the information available to us, his grave is currently in the following place: Slawjansk – Ukraine

Weight 0.05 kg