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Wehrstammbuch Gefreiter IR19 7.Infanterie-Division Middle Russia


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Anton Zotz, Lance Corporal (Gefreiter) Infantry.
1) Wehrstammbuch, 25.7.38. Official counterpart of the Wehrpass (same entries) including conduct reports.
2) Document of Infanterie-Ersatz-Bataillon 217 regarding sending his Wehrpass, 18.6.41.
3) Ducument from Army District Munich regarding his discharge, 3.2.43.
4) Document proofing he had no criminal record, 4.12.42.
5) Military conduct report, 8.8.42. Signed by the CO of 2./Inf.Ers.Batl.19, Hauptmann.
6) Auszug aus der Truppenstammrolle, military service report, 8.8.42. Also signed by the CO of 2./Inf.Ers.Batl.19.
Entitled to: Wound Badge in Black (1.6.42), Infantry Assault Badge (24.4.42), Winter War Medal 31.8.42) and Wound Badge in Silver (15.8.42).

Born 1916, living in Dachau. After his RAD service he served Oct.38-Jan.39 with Infanterie-Regiment 63 based in Eichstätt. Jan.39 he was discharged from military service but was called-up again in Jun.41 and served Jun.-Sep.41 with 4.(MG)/Infanterie-Ersatz-Kompanie 217 based in Lenggries. Sep.41-Jun.42 (wounded) he served with 12.(MG)/Infanterie-Regiment 19 (1944 renamed Infanterie-Regiment List) of the 7.Infanterie-Division active in Middle Russia (Smolensk, Wjasma, Moscow, Gshatsk). On 15.2.42 he got wounded (frostbite both feet) and was till Jun.42 hospitalized in Russia. Jun.42 he was transferred back to Germany (replacements unit in Munich) and was on 3.2.43 discharged from military service because he was medically unfit.

Weight 0.15 kg


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